South Americas Largest Reserve of Water To Be Privatized By Coca-Cola and Nestlé

These big corporations are plundering the planet to profit off a natural resource that should be freely available to all

Nwo Report

Coca-Cola and Nestlé are are reportedly in the process of privatizing the largest reserve of water in South America.

Known as the Guarani Aquifer, it is located beneath the surface of Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay and is also the second largest-known aquifer system in the world.

The big corporations are plundering the planet to profit off a natural resource that should be freely available to all….former Nestle boss Peter Brabeck-Letmathe has already claimed that water is not a human right and should be privatized and controlled.

Truth Theory reports:

Reported by Correiodo Brasil the major transnational conglomerates are “striding forward” with their negotiations to privatize the aquifer system. Meetings have already been reserved with authorities of the current government, such as Michel Temer, to outline procedures required for private companies to exploit the water sources. The concession contracts will last more than 100 years.

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12 thoughts on “South Americas Largest Reserve of Water To Be Privatized By Coca-Cola and Nestlé

  1. I am not surprised by this. Nestle is already sucking California dry and that state’s been going through a drought. Governments are bought off and these companies come in and suck up every thing that’s worth anything and leave nothing but devastation in their wake and on to the next country they go, doing the same. Soon, only the rich will be able to purchase water since they have already made it a crime to breathe because we cannot be homeless and breathe since that is a criminal offense that comes with a jail sentence and water is going the same route. Ask those folks who had their water shutoff in Detroit and Baltimore for non-payment about ‘access to water’ being a human right. Even the United Nations stated that having access to water was a human right, but that did not stop the shutoffs.

    Our situation is getting worse by the nanosecond and I can only hope that those human rights organizations that are outraged about this, will have some way of intervening before more shit hits the fan.

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    • To make matters even worse, Shelby, the corporations are busy polluting the limited fresh water that remains while they busily suck up all the good stuff. I hope the good people of Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay will remember that it was water privatization that brought about the revolution in Bolivia and they can stop this bullshit if they organize and stick together.

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  2. He is correct; water is not a human right because a human is a legal fiction; and, does not need water or food; HOWEVER, water, air, food is a natural inalienable right; it is freely given by our Creator (each by their own private belief) to us all; just because we exist;

    Soon, people will use natural law and natural justice as a restraint against tyranny to pierce the corporate veil and hold all accountable before jural assemblies by, for and of the people; no matter their titles or status; and, without regard for legal fictions or fictions of law;

    All shall be equal before natural law and justice; and, then beloved Peter will quickly sing another dickie-bird tune, he he; in peace

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  3. THEY ALL SHOULD BE LINED UP AND SHOT, BEFORE A FIRING SQUAD. WATER HAS BEEN CREATED BY OUR HEAVENLY FATHER YAHVEH, AND IT IS NOT THEIR WATER IN THE FIRST PLACE. JESUS CHRIST THE ONLY ANSWER!!!

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