Nestles “Water is a Market Commodity”

“NGO’s saying water is a Human right is an Extremist View, it’s a food stuff and like food it’s marketable” said ex ceo for Nestle in 2003, in 2004 Flint in Michigans water source was changed, poisoning residents, whilst Nestles used the fresh water for their bottling plant 2 miles up River.

The residents petition read:

There’s a water crisis in Flint, Michigan.
Children are being rushed to the hospital with irreversible brain damage. The federal government has declared a state of emergency. Dangerous water contamination is causing residents to go blind, develop skin lesions, and lose hair and even their memory – just from bathing in their own homes.
The entire community is living in fear – all because Governor Rick Snyder wanted to save money, and switched the city’s water supply from one of the largest and cleanest water supplies in the world to the highly corrosive Flint River.
Meanwhile, Michigan’s Governor has been cozying up with Nestlé, allowing it to pump 200 gallons of fresh water every minute out of the state’s reserves.


Nestles CEO Interview with added context courtesy of FB

Published by J.Anand

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