Water is Not A Human Right

According to Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, Chairman of Nestlé, corporations should own every “single drop of water” on the planet, and no one should be “allowed” to have access to it, unless they “pay for it.”

Nestlé, one of the “biggest” corporation and “largest” food product manufacturer in the world, has a horrible track record for “fraudulent” business dealings.

From employing child slave labor, to bribing doctors in Pakistan, the Nestlé company “warped” view of the world from their CEO is actually not “surprising” at all.

Nestlé, like any “predator,” actually goes into struggling “rural” areas around the world and “extracts” the groundwater for their “bottled” water products by “bribing” local corrupt politicians, which in turn “depletes” the water supply area without fair “compensation” to the people.

They actually “make” rural areas in the United States “foot the bill.”

As reported by “Corporate Watch,” Nestle has a long history of “disregarding” public health and “abusing” the environment to take part in “reaping” an astounding $35 billion in annual profit from “water bottle” sales alone.

“Nestlé production of mineral water involves the abuse of vulnerable water resources. In the Serra da Mantiqueira region of Brazil, home to the ‘circuit of waters’ park whose groundwater has a high mineral content and medicinal properties, over-pumping has resulted in depletion and long-term damage.”

Staying true to their “criminal” foundation, they were recently caught extracting water illegally in California, where their “permits” expired 27 years ago.

“Corporate Watch” has been keeping an eye of Nestlé for a long time and documented their crimes in detail, which, in addition to crimes mentioned above,  including “animal cruelty, exploiting farmers, fraudulent labeling and polluting the planet,” along with other crimes they “have yet to be fully held accountable for.”

In fact, Peter Brabeck actually says that his idea of “water privatization” is very similar to Monsanto’s GMO’s.

Nestlé being a massive pro “Genetically Modified Organism” (GMO) company uses many of these “ingredients” in their products, notably the very popular kid’s cereal “Cheerios.”

Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) – Myths and Truths

In a video interview, Nestlé Chairman Peter Brabeck-Letmathe “claimed” that there has never been “one illness” ever caused from consuming “genetically modified organism” (GMO’s) despite evidence that clearly demonstrates this is not true.

Nestlé is “notorious” for sending out hordes of “internet warriors” to defend the company and its “actions” online in comments and message boards, even taking a firm “stance” behind Monsanto’s GMO’s and their “proven safety” standards.

Monsanto is “working” hard to make sure their “monopoly” on our staple crops and “beyond” is well situated.

It should really come as no “surprise” that this Nestlé Chairman “fights” to keep Monsanto’s GMO’s “alive and well” in food supplies, as his “ideology” lines right up with that of Monsanto.

Nestle has also come under “fire” over the assertion that they are actually “conducting” business with massive “slavery” rings:

“In 2001, Nestlé faced criticism for buying cocoa from the Ivory Coast and Ghana, which may have been produced using child slaves. According to an investigative report by the BBC, hundreds of thousands of children in Mali, Burkina Faso and Togo were being purchased from their destitute parents and shipped to the Ivory Coast, to be sold as slaves to cocoa farms.”

Whether it’s Nestlé trying to control the “water supply,” or Monsanto trying to control the “food supply,” no one has a right to control the Earth’s “natural resources” simply because they “decided” that they get that “right.”

This man has clearly “zero” regard for the human race outside of his “own” wealth and the “development” of Nestlé, which has a long “history of corruption.”

So is water a “free and basic” essential human right, or should it be owned by “big corporations” and the “super rich” that control them?

If so, how about the “air we breathe?”

Is Water a Human Right?
Does Peter Brabeck-Letmathe believe that water is a human right?

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