Nestle Corp. the worlds biggest food companies, is depleting the world’s water supplies. There is a Global cover-up. Nestle has systematically been tapping into the worlds water supply. There is no where in the world that seems to be safe from them. Despite warning of ongoing droughts. Nestle corp as tapped billions of gallons of water from natural springs, water supply areas, underground tapping to name a few.“Nestle production of mineral water involves the abuse of vulnerable water resources.
Across the United States and around the world Nestle is buying land rights and tapping into the underground water supplies. Every year the company pumps out millions of cubic meters of water, for transportation in road tankers to huge bottling factories. Nestle has virtually taken over the water supplies in parts of South Africa, Ethiopia, and Pakistan, leaving residents of those countries to sicken and die from what remains. Nestle has been deaf to pleas from affected villagers for access to clean water.
In The United States Nestle has tapped into our major water supplies unknown to many people. Water levels have increasingly dropped in Millard Canyon, on the grounds of the Morongo Band of Mission Indians’ reservation in Cabazon, Calif., west of Palm Springs we has brought major concerns in California and to the Indian Reservation. In Madison Florida, Nestle has depleted the public springs, Blue Springs, even forcing it to close to the public. It’s estimated that 1.47-million gallons a day to 400,000 a day.” is being pumped. The spring’s flow had been reduced from 55-million gallons day to just 34 million gallons a day, which has added to drought situations. In Madison it has caused a reduction of the (average daily withdrawal) of water for the residents which live there.
Another major concern of Nestle Corp tapping into water supplies is two of the Great Lakes in the United States. “Two of the Great Lakes have hit their lowest water levels EVER RECORDED,” the US Army Corps of Engineers reported early this year. Corps measurements taken in January of 2013 “show Lake Huron and Lake Michigan have reached their lowest ebb since record-keeping began in 1918.” The chief watershed hydrology expert warns Americans that “We’re in an extreme situation.” Nestle Corp on Lake Michigan makes an estimated $500,000 to $1.8 million per day profit.” The other Great Lakes – Superior, Erie and Ontario – were also well below average.
Nestle Corp is siphoning our water supplies worldwide and then sells it back to the people worldwide including areas that they have already taken all the fresh water. Nestle Corp is estimated to make over $400 billion dollars in the next 2 to 3 years. Water is one of the worlds most important resources if not the most important already. Without water even certain drilling s for oil can not be done. Nestle Corp. has bought up many water bottling water companies worldwide and go by different names. Poland Spring, Arrowhead,Zephyrhills, Perrier, Pure Life, Verra, Acqua Panna, S.Pellegrino to name a few.
Nestle Corp has a monopoly on the world’s water supplies in every country. According to Nestles Head Chairman of Nestle and former CEO Peter Brabeck, Water Is Not A Human Right, Should Be Privatized. Peter Brabeck also stated that corporations should own every drop of water on the planet — and you’re not getting any unless you pay up and says that his idea of water privatization is very similar to Monsanto’s GMOs.
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