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Peter Braback, Chairman of the board of Nestle: Water is not a human right, privatize it

 
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He is the Devil.
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It really is time, as Mencken said to 'raise the Black Flag and start slitting throats...'
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^^^^^ A Darn good start ^^^^^^
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Call me your favorite flavor of enemy or whatever, but maybe he, at 68 years of age, is more concerned about the commoditization of natural resources than he was at a different time. At that age, most are more concerned with mortality and the footprint they've left on the planet than their own personal future... i.e. comfort. And you could argue that his, possible "change of heart", is out of concern for his children and grandchildren. But if he is just a generic elitist sociopath... that wouldn't be possible.

Is the following article a puff piece or did the video presented at the head of this thread suggest and present it's own agenda? I don't trust rich old fucks, either, but I really want to see people using their noggins for something more than just noddimg.

(I'm kind of getting haggled about posting a direct link, but I'm referring to a UK Guardian article that can probably be accessed by searching for "Nestlé's Peter Brabeck: our attitude towards water needs to change".)
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And to add to the above... If you are still buying Nestle products you need a serious consult with a progressive dietician or start learning about nutrition on your own.
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Well, it´s not that easy, have a look at the big companies and their children [link to www.geekologie.com]
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Yeah I agree... I'm the AC you replied to. I'm just really fortunate that my girlfriend works at a natural foods market and we get a healthy discount. Really great farmers market here also. Locally grown produce and pasture raised meat, when I want it. I can go into the local supermarket, however, and it's just sort of like among all those aisles of shelf-lived "food"... considering GMOs and processing... it's like, fuck... there's not anything I want to eat there.
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More and more we see the insanity rising.

More and more we see the division of the wheat from the tares.

Too bad somebody couldn't remove his wealth and then remove his water and let us here him SCREAM how WATER is his GOD given and natural RIGHT.

Put this guy into the same category as Bill Gates.....all they want is money vs extermination of humanity.

Their motto is:

PAY US OR DIE.

Let them drink their money and their gold.

Let them choke on it!!
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molten gold poured down their throat would work, sort of killing two birds with one stone.
WTF IS FOOD STUFF ?
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Did anyone else see the glee in his eyes when he was talking about his annual revenue ? This person is pure evil. Hes using all these big words and comes off as so much more intelligent that the rest of the planet but he starts out the dialogue bragging about how much money he makes, as if that's supposed to add to his credibility and then he says the name of his product is FOOD STUFF , is this a joke ?
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ahhhhh. i see.
this will be the guy who blows up the hoover dam.
its getting so clear now....
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I wonder who is on their board of directors - people who would appoint and support a sociopath should be held accountable.
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Do not worry-- almost 50% of his water is bottled in Fogelsville PA- the clean water capital of the world. The Lehigh Valley bottle Deer Park, Polan Water, Pierre and others. The rae also bottle Coke water products, makes Coke syrup, Ocean Spray products, Samuel Adams Brewery,Niagra water products and Kraft products. The list goes on. Keeps a lot of people employed in PA
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This is what the NWO is about. they're just being more open about it now.

They kill all good water sources off and then charge you for their "clean" water. This includes aquafers, lakes, rivers, and oceans.

By the time its all gone, you'll be worshiping them.

Breaks my heart.

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See him say it here: [link to youtu.be]

Look at Peter Brabeck, this empty-eyed sociopath. This is a true enemy of humanity. Saying water is not a human right and water should only be something purchased from men like him is essentially saying LIFE ITSELF is something we only get to have if we buy it from greedy sociopaths like him.

It is revolting that this parasite has attained so much power and influence. Look in his eyes-- there is no soul there.
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God will get him, don't worry about it....
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To be head of a mulit-national, you have to be a scumbag, asslicking dupe who hates humanity and are sciopathicacly sure you are above the goyem.

He is just doing his NWO job.

Take heart, fellow proles. These fuckers will not live long, regardless of their private security and multi million $ bunkers.
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This shits been in the making for awhile , looks like Katrina served more purposes that we thought. Like they say , never let a good catastrophe go to waste.

Build a Burger marketing plan for FOOD STUFF ?

[link to granitegrok.com]
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This shits been in the making for awhile , looks like Katrina served more purposes that we thought. Like they say , never let a good catastrophe go to waste.

Build a Burger marketing plan for FOOD STUFF ?

[link to granitegrok.com]
 Quoting: YOUCITY@WTFISFOODSTUFF? 18850702


Opps , forgot something


Free Market Gets Water To Hurricane Victims Faster…
by STEVE MACDONALD
The first supplies of bottled water to arrive to aid those affected by hurricane Sandy did not come from FEMA, which has a large staging area in Georgia stocked with pallet after pallet of bottled water for just such an occassion.  Nestle America, without any coordination with FEMA or any government agency, provided half a million bottles (gratis) to a staging facility in Sommerset New Jersey, long before FEMA even got its water moving.
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What the fuck is up with that mans eyes? He's not human.
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Facelifts.
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If you oppose this man, you love Stalin, Mao, Castro and Meathead from All In The Family. Case closed.

You probably voted for O'Bama because he's half black, even though deep down you know there's something very wrong about him.

I bet you hate Goldman Sachs and Monsanto too. These organisations that use freedom markets to better humanity! Freedom rings! Get a job!
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Do you always crawl across the ground on your belly, you slime ball? Get a life!
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See him say it here: [link to youtu.be]

Look at Peter Brabeck, this empty-eyed sociopath. This is a true enemy of humanity. Saying water is not a human right and water should only be something purchased from men like him is essentially saying LIFE ITSELF is something we only get to have if we buy it from greedy sociopaths like him.

It is revolting that this parasite has attained so much power and influence. Look in his eyes-- there is no soul there.
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A typical liberal...Know what's best for everyone else..
Completely out of touch with the majority.

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Copied the list. I'm gonna share it. Thank you OP!
hf
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Nestlé is in the business of earning profits and increasing shareholder value. The company does that by bottling as much water as possible and selling it for as much money as possible. Neither of those endeavors helps further the goal of making water a human right.

Fact: Bottled water is not necessary to promote public health.
Hydration was never a problem before the bottled water industry started its marketing campaign during the latter part of the 20th century
. In most households across the United States, people have universal access to clean, pure drinking water. It is as clean as or cleaner than bottled water. In fact, as much as 40 percent of bottled water is nothing more than purified tap water.

Fact: Bottled water currently plays an important role in disaster relief, but that wasn’t always the case.
We do not contest the fact that natural disasters and other emergencies sometimes render municipal water delivery impossible, which makes bottled water an important alternative. However, the amount of bottled water necessary for emergencies is small and does not need to be provided by Nestlé or any of the other bottled water companies. For example, the Federal Emergency Management Agency could stockpile bottled water regionally for emergencies. This water could be provided by municipal utilities in different areas of the country.

In the days before bottled water became more widely available, during the mid-1970s and before it took off in the 1990s (thanks to the cleverly marketed myth of bottled water purity and to the wider availability of lightweight PET plastic containers), the U.S. government filled stainless steel tanks with water and trucked them to disaster
sites. FEMA could return to that practice.


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Nestlé is in the business of earning profits and increasing shareholder value. The company does that by bottling as much water as possible and selling it for as much money as possible. Neither of those endeavors helps further the goal of making water a human right.

Fact: Bottled water is not necessary to promote public health.
Hydration was never a problem before the bottled water industry started its marketing campaign during the latter part of the 20th century
. In most households across the United States, people have universal access to clean, pure drinking water. It is as clean as or cleaner than bottled water. In fact, as much as 40 percent of bottled water is nothing more than purified tap water.

Fact: Bottled water currently plays an important role in disaster relief, but that wasn’t always the case.
We do not contest the fact that natural disasters and other emergencies sometimes render municipal water delivery impossible, which makes bottled water an important alternative. However, the amount of bottled water necessary for emergencies is small and does not need to be provided by Nestlé or any of the other bottled water companies. For example, the Federal Emergency Management Agency could stockpile bottled water regionally for emergencies. This water could be provided by municipal utilities in different areas of the country.

In the days before bottled water became more widely available, during the mid-1970s and before it took off in the 1990s (thanks to the cleverly marketed myth of bottled water purity and to the wider availability of lightweight PET plastic containers), the U.S. government filled stainless steel tanks with water and trucked them to disaster
sites. FEMA could return to that practice.



[link to www.foodandwaterwatch.org]

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What about oil, mineral , and other natural resources necessary for survival, should big business be able to cash in and gouge for those natural resources?
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Wow Nestle is fucked up.

Controversy and criticism
Marketing of formula
Main articles: Infant formula and Nestlé boycott

One of the most prominent controversies involving Nestlé concerns the promotion of the use of infant formula to mothers across the world, including developing countries – an issue that attracted significant attention in 1977 as a result of the Nestlé boycott, which is still ongoing.[31] Nestlé continues to draw criticism that it is in violation of a 1981 World Health Organization code that regulates the advertising of breast milk substitutes.[32] Groups such as the International Baby Food Action Network (IBFAN) and Save the Children claim that the promotion of infant formula over breastfeeding has led to health problems and deaths among infants in less economically developed countries.[33][34] Nestlé's policy states that breast-milk is the best food for infants, and that women who cannot or choose not to breast feed need an alternative to ensure that their babies are getting the nutrition they need.[35]
Ethiopian debt

In 2002, Nestlé demanded that the nation of Ethiopia repay $6 million of debt to the company. Ethiopia was suffering a severe famine at the time. Nestlé backed down from its demand after more than 8,500 people complained via e-mail to the company about its treatment of the Ethiopian government. The company agreed to re-invest any money it received from Ethiopia back into the country.[36]
Melamine in Chinese milk
Main article: 2008 Chinese milk scandal

In late September 2008, the Hong Kong government found melamine in a Chinese-made Nestlé milk product. Six infants died from kidney damage, and a further 860 babies were hospitalised.[37][38] The Dairy Farm milk was made by Nestlé's division in the Chinese coastal city Qingdao.[39] Nestlé affirmed that all its products were safe and were not made from milk adulterated with melamine. On 2 October 2008, the Taiwan Health ministry announced that six types of milk powders produced in China by Nestlé contained low-level traces of melamine, and were "removed from the shelves". [40]
Greenwashing

A coalition of environmental groups filed a complaint against Nestlé to the Canadian Code of Advertising Standards after Nestlé took out full-page advertisements in October 2008 claiming that "Most water bottles avoid landfill sites and are recycled", "Nestlé Pure Life is a healthy, eco-friendly choice" and that "Bottled water is the most environmentally responsible consumer product in the world".[41][42][43] A spokesperson from one of the environmental groups stated: "For Nestlé to claim that its bottled water product is environmentally superior to any other consumer product in the world is not supportable".[41] In their 2008 Corporate Citizenship Report, Nestlé themselves stated that many of their bottles end up in the solid-waste stream, and that most of their bottles are not recycled.[42][44] The advertising campaign has been called greenwashing.[42][43][44]
Zimbabwe farms

In late September 2009, it was brought to light that Nestlé was buying milk from illegally seized farms currently operated by Robert Mugabe's wife, Grace Mugabe. Mugabe and his regime are currently subject to European Union sanctions.[45] Nestlé later stopped buying milk from the dairy farms in question.[46]
Palm oil use

Rapid deforestation in Borneo and other regions, in order to harvest hardwood and make way for palm oil plantations, releases large amounts of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.[47] In particular, where peat swamp forests are cleared, destroying the habitat for many threatened species of animals such as the orangutan, much public attention[48] has been given to the social and environmental impact of palm oil and the role of multinationals such as Nestlé in this.[49] There is ongoing concern by various NGOs including Greenpeace.[50]

On its official Facebook page, the company met with "a deluge of criticism from consumers, after a large number of Facebook users posted negative comments about the company's business practises."[51] Nestlé's attempt to engage with the issue met with criticism, including headlines stating: "Nestlé fails at social media",[52] and "Nestlé Loses Face on Facebook".[51] Nestlé Chairman, Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, in answer to a question from Greenpeace, told the Company’s Annual General Meeting in Lausanne on 15 April 2010 that in 2009 Nestlé used 320,000 tonnes of palm oil worldwide, comparing this with the 500,000 tonnes of palm oil used for biodiesel in Germany and Italy alone.[53]

In May 2010, Nestlé said it was inviting The Forest Trust, a not-for-profit group, to audit its supply chain, and promised to cancel contracts with any firm found to be chopping down rainforests to produce the palm oil which it uses in KitKat, Aero and Quality Street. Greenpeace welcomed the agreement promising to monitor it closely.[54][55][56]
E. coli

In June 2009, an outbreak of E. coli O157:H7 was linked to Nestlé's refrigerated cookie dough originating in a plant in Danville, Virginia. In the USA, it caused sickness in at least 69 people in 29 states, half of whom required hospitalization. Following the outbreak, Nestlé voluntarily recalled 30,000 cases of the cookie dough. How the dough became contaminated is unclear, because E. coli is not known to live in any of its constituent ingredients.[57]
Child labour
Main articles: Child labour, Children in cocoa production, and Harkin-Engel Protocol

The 2010 documentary The Dark Side of Chocolate[58] alleges that Nestlé purchases cocoa beans from Ivorian plantations that use child slave labour. The children are usually 12 to 15 years old, and some are trafficked from nearby countries.[59] The first allegations that child slavery is used in cocoa production appeared in 1998.[60] In late 2000 a BBC documentary reported the use of enslaved children in the production of cocoa in West Africa.[60][61][62] Other media followed by reporting widespread child slavery and child trafficking in the production of cocoa.[63][64] In September 2001, Bradley Alford, Chairman and CEO of Nestlé USA, signed the Harkin-Engel Protocol (commonly called the Cocoa Protocol), an international agreement aimed at ending child labour in the production of cocoa.[65]

In 2005, after the cocoa industry had not met the Harkin-Engel Protocol deadline for certifying the worst forms of child labor (according to the International Labor Organization's Convention 182) had been eliminated from cocoa production, the International Labor Rights Fund filed a lawsuit in 2005 under the Alien Tort Claims Act against Nestle and others on behalf of three Malian children. The suit alleged the children were trafficked to Côte d'Ivoire, forced into slavery, and experienced frequent beatings on a cocoa plantation.[66][67] In September 2010, the US District Court for the Central District of California determined corporations cannot be held liable for violations of international law and dismissed the suit. The case was appealed to the US Court of Appeals.[68][69]

A 2009 joint police operation conducted by INTERPOL and Ivorian law enforcement officers resulted in the rescue of 54 children and the arrest of eight people involved in the illegal recruitment of children.[70]
Bottled Life

A 2012 documentary with the title "Bottled Life" criticizes Nestlés practices concerning its water business. According to the documentary, buying a truckload of water in the United States costs Nestlé 10 USD, which is then sold for USD 50,000.[71][72][73] Nestlé were in contact with the producers of the documentary, but finally declined to be interviewed, as they were under the strong impression that the film would be one-sided and not represent the company and its employees in a fair manner. Nestlé denies that bottled water companies pay next to nothing for the water they use and make a huge profit for selling it. According to Nestlé, the price of a bottle of water is similar to that of other packaged beverages, as it incurs similar costs linked to production, quality assurance, bottling, storage and distribution. One-third of the costs can be attributed to water and raw materials, one-third to production and one-third to distribution.[74]
Horsemeat scandal

Nestle, the world's biggest food company, has removed beef pasta meals from shelves in Italy and Spain after tests revealed traces of horse DNA. The Swiss-based firm has halted deliveries of products containing meat from a German supplier.[75]

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nestlé
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FUCK THIS NAZI CUNT
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The Nazis never even stooped so low.
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If they actually succeeded with privatizing water, made collecting water in nature illegal and lakes and streams inaccessible (probably guarded), people would be dying of thirst in regions where there is plenty of water. It would mean total dependency of the 99% on the 1%. Total unimaginable control. This cannot ever be allowed to happen.
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Don't buy Nestle' products, ban him!
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PUT THE LIKES OF DONER ON HIM.
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Fuck him, I haven't bought nestle products in years and this has just reminded me why.
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You'll want to take special notice of this whack job or any other political tool who says water is not a god given right.

Remember the rule of 3 ... 3 minutes, 3 days, 3 weeks corresponding to air, water, food which describes your approximate time to expire without these provisions.

Denial of water is the practical way for mass murderers to quickly extinguish problematic populations.
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See him say it here: [link to youtu.be]

Look at Peter Brabeck, this empty-eyed sociopath. This is a true enemy of humanity. Saying water is not a human right and water should only be something purchased from men like him is essentially saying LIFE ITSELF is something we only get to have if we buy it from greedy sociopaths like him.

It is revolting that this parasite has attained so much power and influence. Look in his eyes-- there is no soul there.
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time to start killing these type of people, and those in the federal reserve and those in Monsanto
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The scariest part is that our governments are agreeing with him.. blink
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What about oil, mineral , and other natural resources necessary for survival, should big business be able to cash in and gouge for those natural resources?
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Are you gonna dig the fucking holes?
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What are the fundamental differences between extracting, processing, transporting water and other resources?
Who digs the holes for water pipes? It would seem one could make the same arguements for privatising water that are made for any other resource.
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See him say it here: [link to youtu.be]

Look at Peter Brabeck, this empty-eyed sociopath. This is a true enemy of humanity. Saying water is not a human right and water should only be something purchased from men like him is essentially saying LIFE ITSELF is something we only get to have if we buy it from greedy sociopaths like him.

It is revolting that this parasite has attained so much power and influence. Look in his eyes-- there is no soul there.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13299405


there is a human being who needs to be taken out and educated

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