Nestle CEO: Water Is Not A Human Right, Should Be Privatized

Is water a free and basic essential human right, or should all the water on the planet belong to major corporations and the super rich that control them? Should the poor be put in a position where they are sentenced to death, just because they were born into unfair circumstances?

According to the former CEO and now Chairman of one of the biggest corporations in the world, and the largest food product manufacturer in the world, corporations should, in fact, 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.

Think we’re exaggerating? Watch the video below for yourself:

Nestle has a horrible track record for those who have researched them. From employing child slave labor, to bribing doctors in Pakistan, the Nestle company warped view of the world from their CEO is actually not surprising at all.

Nestle is also a massive pro GMO company and uses these ingredients in some of their products, including the very popular kid’s cereal cheerios In fact, chairman Peter Brabeck-Letmathe (from the video above) claims that there has never been “one illness” ever caused from consuming GMOs, despite evidence that clearly demonstrates this is not true. This man is clearly sick minded and has no regard for human wellbeing. But again, he is just a voice behind a company that has a long history of corruption.

Nestle, 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 then results in their completely destroying the water supply of the area without any compensation to the people. In fact, the company reaps an astounding $35 billion in annual profit from water bottle sales alone. And, staying true to their criminal foundation, they were recently caught extracting water illegally since their permits expired 27 years ago, yet still this company is allowed to operate, where as it were you or I, we would be sent to jail.

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

So is water a human right, or should it be owned by the elite?

Whether it’s Nestle 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. Imagine you tried to make such a bold and psychotic move? We would be thrown in jail, so why do they get to do it? Because they have all the paper money, which you cannot drink, or eat?