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

Anthony Gucciardi
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April 23rd, 2013
Updated 05/08/2014 at 11:26 am
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nestle ceo water human right 263x164 Nestle CEO: Water Is Not A Human Right, Should Be PrivatizedIs water a free and basic human right, or should all the water on the planet belong to major corporations and be treated as a product? Should the poor who cannot afford to pay these said corporations suffer from starvation due to their lack of financial wealth? According to the former CEO and now Chairman of the largest food product manufacturer in the world, corporations should own every drop of water on the planet — and you’re not getting any unless you pay up.

The company notorious for sending out hordes of ‘internet warriors’ to defend the company and its actions online in comments and message boards (perhaps we’ll find some below) even takes a firm stance behind Monsanto’s GMOs and their ‘proven safety’. In fact, the former Nestle CEO actually says that his idea of water privatization is very similar to Monsanto’s GMOs. In a video interview, Nestle Chairman Peter Brabeck-Letmathe states that there has never been ‘one illness’ ever caused from the consumption of GMOs.

Watch the video below for yourself:

The way in which this sociopath clearly has zero regard for the human race outside of his own wealth and the development of Nestle, who has been caught funding attacks against GMO labeling, can be witnessed when watching and listening to his talk on the issue. This is a company that actually goes into struggling rural areas and extracts the groundwater for their bottled water products, completely destroying the water supply of the area without any compensation. In fact, they actually make rural areas in the United States foot the bill.

As reported on by Corporate Watch, Nestle and former CEO Peter Brabeck-Letmathe have a long history of disregarding public health and abusing the environment to take part in the profit of an astounding $35 billion in annual profit from water bottle sales alone. The report states:

“Nestlé production of mineral water involves the abuse of vulnerable water resources. In the Serra da Mantiqueira region of Brazil, home to the “circuit of waters” park whose groundwater has a high mineral content and medicinal properties, over-pumping has resulted in depletion and long-term damage.”

Nestle has also come under fire over the assertion that they are actually conducting business with massive slavery rings. Another Corporate Watch entry details:

“In 2001, Nestlé faced criticism for buying cocoa from the Ivory Coast and Ghana, which may have been produced using child slaves.[58] According to an investigative report by the BBC, hundreds of thousands of children in Mali, Burkina Faso and Togo were being purchased from their destitute parents and shipped to the Ivory Coast, to be sold as slaves to cocoa farms.”


So is water a human right, or should it be owned by big corporations? Well, if water is not here for all of us, then perhaps air should be owned by major corporations as well. And as for crops, Monsanto is already working hard to make sure their monopoly on our staple crops and beyond is well situated. It should really come as no surprise that this Nestle Chairman fights to keep Monsanto’s GMOs alive and well in the food supply, as his ideology lines right up with that of Monsanto.

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  • Orca Oceantraveller

    This CEO must be completely mentally insane! Water is the base of each life on earth. Put this man into a closed sanatarium and let him feel, what it´s like not to have enough water. Maybe he then finds his way back to reality…

  • dave

    this guys mom must of been a water slut….turned out by the water pimps… hope he and his family die of malnutrition..gona say a prayer for that right now666!!!!

  • gingerl

    And you mr. NOBODY CEO……can go to Helen’s House in a Handbasket!!!!!! They never have enough money…..now they want to take over the water…….well……we knew it was coming but everyone just laughed it off.

  • drumpf

    By the way: there are deviations between the spoken German and the Englisch subtitles. Example, ab 2min18 Peter Brabeck is discussing if the water supply should be privatized or not. He is not saying that water should be privatized.

    Consider water supply as a service and water as a commodity. That guy is talking about the service and its fees.

    And no matter what you hold in your hand, there is always somebody who worked in some way to get the item in your hand. You can bring it down to a make-or-buy-decission. You can decide to dig a well in your garden and drill for water or you pay somebody to deliver you water. From that perspective you will never find somebody who will deliver you water for free.

    On the other side: why should we spent millions of US$ on transporting water through deserts into overcrouded cities? Maybe it would be cheaper to move the cities closer to sustainable water sources. Just a thought.

  • czert

    In a video interview, Nestle Chairman Peter Brabeck-Letmathe states that there has never been ‘one illness’ ever caused from the consumption of GMOs.

    Give to my research company 20m and i will scientifyly prove you that food in microwawe oven which is turned ongeting more cold and give same 20m to my security cmpany and they will crack down every report which is telling othervise.

  • The Ancient

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

    The only thing your going to privatize, your cooperate thug, is a bottle of my piss.

    • czert

      how can you be so naive ? be sure it will come in time, after all all senators and politicans need money to live from, and nestle will have more money to spend once it pass.

  • Undecider

    The solution is to take him out to the desert, stripped of any money, without allowing him one drop of water. See how long it takes him to beg.

    • czert

      and who will send him there ?

  • James Haney

    You sir, are EXACTLY what it wrong with the world today.

  • skeptic

    Burn in hell while not being able to quench your thirst you maggot.

  • Matthew Dibble

    this is something he should think long and hard about,because he would most definitely be in danger,and it would not just be a few people,it would be every one,
    this would start a world war.

  • Newsrocket

    Here’s what Scientific American says about PSYCHOPATHS:

    The condition comprises at least three overlapping, but separable,
    constellations of traits: interpersonal deficits (such as
    grandiosity, arrogance and deceitfulness), affective deficits (lack
    of guilt and empathy), and impulsive and criminal
    behaviors (including sexual promiscuity and stealing).

    Psychopaths are almost always rational. They are well aware that their
    ill-advised or illegal actions are wrong in the eyes of society but
    shrug off these concerns with startling nonchalance, including
    superficial charm and a profound absence of guilt or empathy.

    There you have it. America is being run by a bunch of PSYCHOPATHS and
    should be dealt with as such.

  • bob

    I find internet information to be hard to swallow without source information being included. I could say anything and make it sound real if I dont have to back it up.
    That being said … this idea of privatizing water is ludicrous.

  • Linda Ryder

    What the heck is this country coming to

  • Neva Oswald

    N E S T L E S Nestles makes the very best bull chit. Are you kidding me?

  • Tina DeVille

    It’s a miracle!!!!!!!!!!!! I have just been cured of my chocolate addiction! What a inhuman, piece of filth! There are not words to describe my distaste and scorn for such a waste of skin. He should apologize to the trees for breathing. I am sure I will not hurt his pocketbook however so I can sleep at night I will make sure I check to make sure any product I purchase any company I do business with is not associated with the Nestle Corp.

  • nicolae pop

    This guy must receive a bullet between the eyes

  • nicolae pop

    This guy is not normal, needs psychiatric help.

    • Newsrocket

      Here’s
      what Scientific American says about PSYCHOPATHS:

      The
      condition comprises at least three overlapping, but separable,
      constellations of traits: interpersonal deficits (such as
      grandiosity, arrogance and deceitfulness), affective deficits (lack
      of guilt and empathy, for instance), and impulsive and criminal
      behaviors (including sexual promiscuity and stealing).

      Psychopaths
      are almost always rational. They are well aware that their
      ill-advised or illegal actions are wrong in the eyes of society but
      shrug off these concerns with startling nonchalance, including
      superficial charm and a profound absence of guilt or empathy.

      There
      you have it. America is being run by a bunch of PSYCHOPATHS and
      should be dealt with as such.

  • David Ocame

    Hey, Nestle you bunch of fucking morons? Come get me, assholes! I dare ya! I triple dog dare ya,ya bunch of pussies! I ‘ll even post as my real name. Cowards!

  • Al Hughes

    This guy and others like him should be executed. Some day, we will stand up to these bastards and take back OUR planet.

  • Dana

    Breastfeeding advocates have been saying Nestle are scumbags for years. It figures no one will listen until their apathy comes back to bite them in the ass.

    The back story: Nestle makes infant formula, and decided to “expand their market” into developing countries… which don’t have reliable sources of clean water, especially in rural areas. Dirty water + formula powder = dead baby.

    • Undecider

      You figured out the plan. Congratulations! Now they will just flood the US border for relief.

  • Angeli Alvares

    The man is surely a psychopath…..I’ll never buy Nestle products again!

  • water witch

    “Man proposes, God discloses” or disposes, since only God creates water. Water may not be a given right, but Chocolate is, so I propose we take over the Nestle company for free chocolate for all.

  • HLain

    Go fk yourself.

  • HLain

    Nothing new. Big Pharma is already making us pay to live. Try being a diabetic for a while. up to $100 for a vial of insulin and $1.00 each for blood test strips. The alternative? DEATH.

  • HLain

    You die a hell of a lot sooner from dehydration then you do from starvation. YOU are the idiot.

  • HLain

    Glad you pricks wouldn’t hire me because “You didn’t think I would be a good fit for your fast-paced organization” or, as it was explained to me by the recruiter, you thought I was too old. And that bottled water that you try to pass off as healthy? Why don’t you tell the truth, that it’s drawn from municipal water supplies and is no better than tap water? Personally I think that corporations such as yours should have to pay out the nose for drawing down the water table and wasting taxpayers money used to treat public water supplies.

  • Dragan

    I suggest to show NESTLE our opinion about their BS by not buying their
    products any more and also to motivate our family, friends and relatives
    to do it the same way. We have the power in our wallets so lets use
    it!!!

  • Guest

    I suggest ot show NESTLE our opinion about their BS by not buying their
    products any more and also to motivate our family, friends and relatives
    to do it the same way. We have the power in our wallets so lets use
    it!!!

  • scotdocbri

    Water IS a basic human right. Maybe not ‘treated’ and ‘refined’ and ‘processed’ water, but BASIC water IS a BASIC human right. Certainly no corporation should have anything to do with rain water…this makes me sick to my soul. The arrogance of these bastards…they should be fired and then shot. Sickening.

  • Jay Smith

    I will just shoot his ass in the fucking head only after he watches me execute his family. Right when it is going to his turn to die, I will tell him privatize that. Water is a basic element required to survive and you no longer have any more use for it and neither do they and that means more for me.

  • Bill Goode

    So if I am carrying a bottle of water on the street, five people could approach me and vote amongst themselves that my bottle of water belongs to them?

    If I spend $20,000 to drill a well for water on my own personal property, then I must share that water with my neighbors?

    No. Water is not a human right. Water is a property right. People can point to many criminal acts to make private ownership seem immoral. Private ownership is not immoral.

    • Tom Flores

      Water is Semiprivate and can be both private & Public yes that $20,000 well does belong to you however the water (In most states) Belongs to the state and the state can restrict it’s use. For example your well could have restriction on it can you set up & run a car wash that would depend on your permit. There are wells in Colorado (Where I live) that you may not water plants or livestock with it! It is for “Household use only”! Water is so important that they even have Special courts to hear issure about water. Want to dam up a stream better think twice on that That can wind you up in court! Also rivers get strange too like in Colorado we have been told by the Federal courts that we must allow so much water flow down stream to our neighboring states. That we may only store & use so much. So water is not exactly public nor is it entirely private either!

      • Bill Goode

        First off, I am discussing rights on a moral and ethical basis, not a legal basis. Governments & “special courts” can change their views at their whim. It’s completely arbitrary.

        For example, one day one could drill a well in western Colorado to get water to feed the livestock and it might be legal that day. The next day the government might create one of those “special courts” to decide that water is better left to run down the Colorado River so it can be channeled to Las Vegas to water the 60 or so golf courses there, or to Los Angeles because Los Angeles refuses to confront desalination. It’s easier to get the courts to insist water that falls in Colorado belongs to Los Angeles than it is to build a desalinization plant. So that’s how it goes legally. Do those “special courts” have any constitutional basis anyway? Are they similar to the FISA courts, where one is tried with no jury and no defense?

        Morally & ethically, water that falls on one’s own land belongs to that property owner for him to dam & divert to a pond to feed his livestock, farm his land OR he might decide, by his own choosing – not some government edict – to sell the water under some contract to some government entity whether it be municipal. Or the individual might let the water into the ground to feed his well.

        If you live in western Colorado, and operate a ranch or farm, I’m surprised you would not speak up for your rights. If you live in eastern Colorado or in a municipality, one would think you would plead for the rights of your local ranchers & farmers. I live in Arizona, some 80 miles from the Colorado River, with our own well.

  • Bill Goode

    Certainly Nestle is not a particularly ethical organization. Nestle has
    committed and continues to commit many crimes against humanity.

    However,
    in this instance, this Nestle CEO is right. Water is not a human
    right. How are you going to get water as a “human right” out in the
    middle of the Sahara Desert? In such a place, you do have a right to
    free speech. You do have a right to freedom of religion. One carries
    speech and religion with one, where ever one travels.

    But if you
    don’t have any water with you, how are you going to assert your right to
    water, if you don’t have any? Water that one possesses is a property
    right, not a human right. If you have water on your person or property,
    and it was obtained legally and morally (not through fraud or theft),
    then it’s your water.

    Would anyone declare that water on someone
    else’s person belongs to everyone else? That’s socialism / communism.
    If I have a bottle of water that I bought at the store, that water
    belongs to me because I bought and paid for it. Anyone else has the
    same right to go out and buy their own water. But no one has the right
    to steal my water that I bought and paid for. No one has any right to
    water that I get by drilling a well on my property.

    Water is a property right, when it is legally and morally in one’s possession. It is not a human right.

    • HLain

      That’s about the worst attempt at logic that I’ve ever wasted my time reading.

      • Bill Goode

        I suppose it’s too bad you wasted your time attempting to comprehend the difference between human rights and property rights. In any case you don’t have the fortitude to offer your own logic. You simply plead I don’t have any. Too bad you wasted your time.

        • Matthew Threetwoone

          Bill Goode I disagree with you. I think water is 70% human right and 30% property right. Private land and carried water is indeed personnel. My pond, my well and rain that falls on my property is my personal water.

          But if we are on public land with a lake that is human right water. I can take 20 oz bottle and partake of that water. All water in MY bottle is now property water.

          But what if someone takes over the lake? Or drains it?

          Then the water is personal property water. But as long as it is public and available it certainly could be classified as property since it would be tax payer supported.

          However, I would lean more towards human rights since no matter on your nationality If you walk in the US you can go to this public spot and partake of the water.Tourist, illegal alien, real alien etc,. You could also put it in a water bottle and it would then become your property water.

          The person in the desert certainly is entitled to all the human right water he can find. If he fails to find any that does not mean he does not deserve it or have a right to it. It just means human right water was out of stock or just not found.

          All water is not for everyone to use. My water bottle only belongs to who I want, ME.

          All human rights water is everyone’s water as long as they are close enough to use it. Assuming someone has a desire to travel then all human right water could be available.

          I think this is obvious but property water should not be stolen. Human rights water should remain available.

          I would say almost all water is owned already anyway but some property water is more human rights leaning then other property water.

          I will admit this is a wavy line but I don’t see it as a problem between the human rights water and property water. The line being wavy is in a comfortable balance.

          • Bill Goode

            Well, I’m glad to see someone putting some thought into this.

            First off, I wonder how you arrived at the 70 / 30 proportion.

            All human rights are innate to the individual. He is born with them and he carries them with him throughout his life, whether he recognizes them or not; whether he desires them or not. He can’t even dispose of them, as long as he lives, though he may choose to ignore them. Human rights are subjective, and are not of the physical universe. Right to speech, right to religion, right to self defense, right to associate, right to travel, etc.

            Note – A firearm may be owned by an individual as a property right, but the right to use it in self-defense is a human right, regardless of what the 2nd Amendment says.

            Property rights are of the physical universe, including one’s own body (ref – Michael Badnarick’s course on the US Constitution on YouTube). Property is something that one can grab hold of and carry with one and / or dispose of, as one goes along through life. Property is a physical thing, the ownership of which can be transferred or distributed among people. Property is most commonly considered to be land, but it also includes one’s car, one’s house and all of one’s belongings, including one’s body.

            I would say that I am not a big fan of government ownership of land. Over ninety percent of the land the federal government owns, it does so in violation of the US Constitution (Article 1, Section 8, Clause 17, explaining proper federal acquisition & possession). Much of the state, county and city lands where I live in Arizona, lay vacant and not in use, same being true elsewhere in the western states I’m familiar with. Such lands should be restored to private ownership, so someone can make money from the land to bolster the economy.

            So regarding the public lands you speak of, I would ask how was that land acquired?

            Why do we have a distinction in rights between someone in the Sahara Desert looking for water as opposed to someone next to a stream on public land? The fellow in the Sahara can’t enforce a human right to water, as there is no water to be had, unless he has it with him as a property right. There is no human right to enforce in such a case. The fellow next to a public stream takes water from the stream by virtue of his taxes and being a part owner of that stream as a public citizen.

            A person of a nationality different than American takes water from the stream by virtue of the public granting him the water, as a guest in the country. When he has the water, it’s his as a property right. It’s a transfer of property from the public to the individual. Human rights are not transferable, as they are innate to the individual. One can’t even dispose of a human right, even if he wanted to, though he might choose not to recognize it or enforce it.

            On the other hand, if a fellow is out in the middle of the Mojave Desert (Southern California) with no water, how will he enforce a human right to water that is not there to be had? He can still speak and practice his religion, which are human rights and are innately part of him. He can practice those rights and enforce them. Water is not innate to the individual, except the water innate in his body, and even that is owned by the individual as a property right.

  • Eric

    They will try

  • sixhonestservingmen

    Of course water isn’t a ‘public right’, and you’ll see this if you understand how to arrive at the meaning of ‘public’.

    Public is just a corporate term used for those who are contracted to a corporations jurisdictional territory.

    The interesting aspect of all of this, is the question of,

    ‘How to arrive at a ‘true’ understanding of how a corporation is formed’,

    to be able to understand the term ‘public’?

    • Bill Goode

      Where did this term “public right” come from? We have human rights and property rights as described in the Constitution & Bill of Rights. But no where are “public rights” delineated.

      This author confuses human rights with property rights. Water, being a physical entity, cannot be limited to a human right, such as free speech & religion can because one carries those things with one as a human being. Water can only be claimed as a property right by the individual to whom it belongs, whether he got it in a bottle at the store, or he got it from a well on his own land.

  • Adrian Garcia

    Hmm, does that apply only on Earth, or includes the water in space? And when did you guys buy all the water in the world? If it rained, will you be suing nature?

    • PostMe

      They will not allow you to divert any rain water. A lot of places have this now no rain barrels, etc

  • Cristian Filip

    No, he says you should work for him. If you don’t work for him and his kind you don’t deserve water. That’s what he is saying. It’s the modern slavery and he is the humble slave master.

  • MAJG

    I do like that they’ve pulled the video. Let me guess, he’s never struggled week to week in his life? Control the water supply, control the world. Lets allow private money grubbing billionaires who have never been without basics to control it.

  • Derek Osgood

    wow that video was taken down quick

  • Sage Andrews

    they took the video off the air… hahaha what better way to say oops this never happened then to erase all evidence…

    • Kathy

      This link works:

      • Kathy

        This site does not allow to post the link twice…

  • Scott

    I think that its time for an intervention and then take him somewhere (like the middle of the sahara) and take his water away and see how long it takes him to start begging for it.Oh wait, we can’t be cruel, we will have gallons available… all he has to do is buy it…lol

  • sovereign being 1776

    convenient that the video is no longer existing, like the love for humanity in this being. only when there are no natural resources left will he realize that he can’t eat colorable money, electronic money, or gold

  • Anjana

    video is no longer available…did he actually say that about water?

    • Kathy
      • Newsrocket

        Here’s
        what Scientific American says about PSYCHOPATHS:

        The
        condition comprises at least three overlapping, but separable,
        constellations of traits: interpersonal deficits (such as
        grandiosity, arrogance and deceitfulness), affective deficits (lack
        of guilt and empathy, for instance), and impulsive and criminal
        behaviors (including sexual promiscuity and stealing).

        Psychopaths
        are almost always rational. They are well aware that their
        ill-advised or illegal actions are wrong in the eyes of society but
        shrug off these concerns with startling nonchalance, including
        superficial charm and a profound absence of guilt or empathy.

        There
        you have it. The World is being run by a bunch of PSYCHOPATHS and should be dealt with as such.

  • Garret

    What a fucking psycho. I cant wait till someone kills him. Anyone who agrees with this asshole is going to burn in hell. Unreal.

  • Samayoch Abiyah

    Is there a campaign being organized against Nestlé, is there a warrant out for the arrest of this Narcissist? I hope so cause it’s about time we do something to curb these tyrants.

  • Steve C Scott

    I agree with you.We need more people like us.I will gladly spill my blood to take them ALL out.USN 1974-1980.

  • Ann Snyder

    The best way to get bottled water is to put a filter on your faucet and pour water into a reusable bottle. Stop supporting corporations' abuse and overuse of the world's fresh water supplies.

  • jimmy kraktov

    George W Bush has purchased a large piece of property in South America that sits on top of a major underground water source. When the oil's gone these greedy pricks want something else sell us. I heard of monetizing water years ago. They're now conditioning us to the next reality. Time to wake up!!

  • symboybot

    Someone should organize a petition to Nestle to demand the retraction of this idiot CEO's position and demanding a boycott of all Nestle products until he retracts his statement or is fired by Nestle. Please!!!

  • koala

    My body is 75% made by water, are you going to privatize me too bitch?

  • lrolf

    Nestle Boycott 2013! Let's get a petition going around and have people take the pledge!

  • Sharyn

    I'd like to say 'unbelievable'…but it's not really. There will absolutely be no Nestle products in my home from now on.

  • G-knome666

    O praise the all mighty son of a bitch, dirty contaminator….who the fuck do you think you are .playing god when you are the farthest tiny living organism from him…..PIECE OF SHIT………..and we should take youre rights away.than see how long you survive………………

  • Luna

    Once in a blue moon I'll buy a nestle product. That blue moon has set forever.

  • kileysmith2

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  • intelligence

    I am incredibly disappointed. Not with this guy who provides a SERVICE but with the idiots blindly following this biased article. NOWHERE in the video did this guy say the poor should suffer from starvation due to lack of funds. Who would say that besides an idiot who doesn't know the difference between starvation and dehydration? If you don't want to buy purified water, then go spend $1000 on a copper still and distill your own.
    You can use anything from sea water to piss.

    I especially liked his point about the "organic movement" not always being best for you. The majority of fluoride poisoning (amongst other maladies) comes from "natural" untreated well water.

    • A Concerned Human

      What if home-based water filters are made illegal for say 'health concerns'? Or you don't have $1000 for the still? When the means to access food/water other than purchasing are removed, it becomes pay-to-live. The only point that still needs raising is that it is already that way in many respects, we need to turn this bus around.

    • A Concerned Human

      I also feel I must point out the major flaw there in that you are saying "Can't pay for water? Pay for water instead!"

  • Mohamad

    What's next the privatization of air? Come on… stop this before it goes to far.

  • BD in Pennsylvania

    That is as stupid as saying if people cannot afford to pay for water they should do without.

    One point I disagree with is how the CEO being an ass or evil makes the company the same. He can be a major jerk but that does not mean that the company is itself bad. It just happens to be headed by an extremely ignorant individual

  • Sam

    He needs to be assassinated, just like most of D.C.

  • Gary

    This is a bottled water issue not a nestle issue. If you do not like the idea of privatized water then you should avoid bottled water of all brands as much as possible. Drink tap water. filter it if you have to.

  • Pampussycat

    You are selfish beyond belief.
    Fresh Air and clean water are everybodys rights
    You suck, you super greedy scum bag
    try going without….; anything/…. yourself
    go without water…. starve your family… and say its still okay
    greedy idiot

  • Bob Redhawk

    Hearing things like THIS makes me wonder how long civilization will REALLY last. To hell with oil and fracking and new sources of fuel for our consumption. What will YOU do without water??? NOTHING!!! No water = no life, and THIS suggestion of corporations "owning" all water rights is tantamont to global annihilation thru denial of a major source of life-giving fluids. You can see the results of no water today in sub-Saharan Africa…hundreds of thousands of people dying because of a lack of water. Corporate greed has no limits; they have punched thru the economic "glass ceiling", and WE are the ones who made that possible by buying their products!! Local governments should severely scrutenized these "suppliers" BEFORE giving them approval carte blanche to set-up shop in their municipality so they can do "business as usual". Had the municipalities KNOWN that the "product" of their new corporate resident would be detremental to mankind, I'm sure they would have cancled that companies approval to break ground for their "project".. NESTLES should be ordered to be dissolved by a world consortium of governments, and their ill-gotten greed and profits, be equally distributed to countries throughout the world. Just don't lamely "boycott" these bastards…PUT THEM OUT OF BUSINESS!!!!!!

  • Durk Simmons

    That was one of the most disturbing videos I have ever watched. You can see that he actually believes his opinion has merit. How anyone can question if WATER is a human right is terrifying.

  • o11y217

    i like the fact that anyone defending a free market economy will instantly be labelled as one of nestle's ''internet warriors''

    personally i think a free market economy only works when both parties come to the table on an equal footing, as in buying a bar of chocolate. if i dont negotiate a fair price with a shop owner and i dont buy chocolate i still have money to buy chocolate and the shop still has chocolate to sell. if nestle own water and i dont want to pay whatever price they are charging, then i die but they are fine. that imbalance means the free market fails because there is only one winner in any negotiation.

    • A Concerned Human

      But what if the local shop owner refuses to sell you the chocolate regardless of how much money you have necause they don't like you? then you starve, same issue.

      • A Concerned Human

        *Because

      • o11y217

        The chocolate bit was just a reference to Nestle. Change chocolate for any other consumer product; trainers, tv's, trombones etc. whatever you want to replace it with. It's just a metaphor to highlight that water is essential so the seller can change whatever they want in a free market, whereas any other consumer product the free market allows supply and demand to dictate the price. It's one of few commodities in the world that needs impartial regulation.

        • A Concerned Human

          Don't want to sound like I'm arguing as I believe we hold pretty much the same view, but yeah, the chocolate was perhaps a bad example for me to use, I was meaning any substance required for survival (Air, Food, etc) not just water. While yes, for non-essential items the free market economy can work, when the requirement to live has a requirement to work, the people are enslaved. We can choose to do without TVs and internet and mobile phones, but when someone else can choose whether or not you live on a whim something needs to change. IF water does become privatised, what is there to stop the company(ies) from saying "I don't like Texan's, no water for Texas!"?

  • Anonymous

    If he wants all the water give him all the water and whoever else wants it.i wil be first to make sure he get a really big drinl that mich he might even drowned.
    .

  • Brian McDonald

    Good bye NESTLES…..I will no longer support the insane and greedy ways of this conglomerate. It makes me sick to think that they can continue.

  • Gigi

    If he gives enough campaign contributions, he can own whatever he wants.

  • julia

    thats why coal seam gas is part of their plan.. poisons the water tables, they build desalination plants and monopoly on water is in effect..

  • Steve

    Taken out of context or what! I normally avoid Nestle as much as possible and like to stick the boot into them as well but lets this is edited and taken out of context.

    I've posted the link from the Guardian newspaper (who i trust to be correct) and the sentence and statements should be read in context:-

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/sustainable-business/ne

  • MauiCruzr

    OMG he's a lizard!! Look at his eyes!!!

  • mauicruzr

    yeah right, as if he is an expert on the subject of nutrition. for starters, Nestle products are crap and not natural. Secondly, the majority of Americans eating GMO are incredibly unhealthy. Just look at the size of people that come from the USA… those GMO foods are bloating them. We see them all the time come to Hawaii for vacation and they look so sick, so overweight, so nutrient deprived. Check out the ones walking round like zombies in Costco. I didn't bother listening to more of this after that first announcement. The guy is clearly above and beyond our way of thinking. He doesn't appear to be very well either. Obviously enjoys playing God. We need rid the planet of corporations like these ones and especially the people running them.

  • ihatenestle

    is this guy for real? how i wanted to climb thru my monitor and slap him smh. instead i'm just boycotting nestle. :p here's a list of the nestle products we need to avoid! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Nestl%C3%A9_

  • Steven Gibbins

    This guy is an A – HOLE. And like Monsanto, he has his head up his ARSS.GOM kill and has been proven. Water is free and everyone has a right to gather it, whether it is on a hiking adventure, out of your spigot, or from a well.
    It is people like this who have no regard for human life nor God. To them money is their GOD!

  • C.

    NEVER NESTLE!!!

  • kial

    This must be stopped! Yes BOYCOTT NESTLE, BOYCOTT MONSANTO but IT IS NOT ENOUGH YOU DO YOUR PRIVATE LITTLE THING FRM HOME!!! We have got to hold our public servants accountable!! Our Congress! House of Representatives! Senators! Are NOT SERVING US! Who voted for Monsanto? Who voted AGAINST truth in labelling? Who’s in Nestle’s pocket? These people need to be publically exposed TODAY and voted against in upcoming elections! I am enraged! It is time to start Marching on Washington again! Protesting at OUR LOCAL GROCERY STORES! Enough discussion on blogs and boards and complaining to each other! This requires actions! Dammit stand up for something! Organize your neighbors! Your co-workers! Your little league teams! Your cheerleaders!Your churches! NOW! Be Proactive in this fight! Take it to the streets! Signs in your yards! This is a crime against every living thing on this planet!

  • joe

    If you buy into this propoganda your an idiot.

    • Anonymous

      What about taking a good shower this guy is a fucking idiot

  • brookbwallace

    Every day I grow more and more homicidal. These men (I am convinced that 95% of all the fuckwads in the universe are male. Takes one to know one.) all need to DIE. Their families should be killed, their homes razed, their accounts stolen. They should have their FUCKING HEAD ON A PIKE.

    • justin

      O you sound Like a crazy feminist Adolf Hitler. Was that what you where going for?

  • Lucky Balaraman

    Disgusting!

  • Anonymous

    Wow!! This is just insane and ridiculous!! this guy is an arragant piece of work!!!!!

  • BCG

    This man is an idiot. Water is a naturally occurring source of nutrition from the EARTH! Not grown, or created by man. Water is a right to all living things on planet Earth. To say that corporations have the right to privatize water is like saying they have the right to privatize the air around us.

  • Pat

    http://www.nestleusa.com/Brands/Websites.aspx

    Pretty good list of things to boycott

  • carol

    what do these corporate a88 wipes think is our human rights none who died and made this f99ker God….let him drown in his own water and chocolate milk I wont buy it again….

  • carol booher

    boycott his damn water and other products it is on the Gmo list…

  • Colie

    I will make sure to tell two friends. Who will tell two friends…..who will…………..Who will……….Not to buy Nestle Products ……..

  • Peachy

    Ethical Moral! LOVE IT!! EXACTLY WHAT WE SHOULD BE SAYING!! POWER TO THE PEOPLE! ! 7 BILLION STRONG!! KEEP UP THE STRONG POSTS! PEACE AND LOVE TO ALL!

  • Peachy

    Ethical Moral! LOVE IT!! EXACTLY WHAT WE SHOULD BE SAYING!! POWER TO THE PEOPLE! ! 7 BILLION STRONG!! KEEP UP THE STRONG POSTS! PEACE AND LOVE TO ALL!

  • Anonymous

    There have been deaths and illnesses due to GMO corn. This was what caused the bankruptcy/winding up of Aventis Crop science.
    Nestle uses gmo cacao, high fructose, fluoride in many of their foods/drinks, all of which are poisons and produce organ failure, infertility, reduced intelligence, cancer.

  • Curly

    This psychopath has actually done decent people a huge favor by revealing exactly what kind of pure nazi philosophy lies at the heart of todays "civilization". These ideas ultimately endanger all life on Earth. This man,and his wretched "corporation" are but one of many.The other,usual suspects, include "governments",the banking mafia,the medical mafia,the legal mafia,the media mafia and the most dangerous one of all-the nuclear mafia.They must be stopped.Be the witness,Talk to everyone-family,friends,your local police,your representatives.Don't stop talking about it!
    PS, you obvious nestling shills on this page-it's your descendents too you numbnuts!!

  • creci elens

    the greediest asshole of all

  • Filby

    My water is metered by the city government and I pay for it. I also purchase large containers of water for drinking because government water is not in fact safe for drinking. From Egyptian times at least, water was used to make beer and fed to infants as well as adults, because "natural" water was unsafe. Putting a value on water means a precious resource is not abused. What is wrong with that?

    • Justin

      Finally some one with a critical thought. Good to see.

      • Anonymous

        I smell trolls.

  • Dave

    Nestle put a water inflow plant on the Colorado river a year ago. The river and all of Colorado are in a water shortage and this company wants to privatise water rights. What an ass! Does that mean rafting down the river will carry a Nestle tax as well as we raft down their privatized water…unbelievable. Boycott Nestle.

  • Nelson Leong

    I disagree with the authors output. The outcome is as a result of consumerism and is a result of needs being met. That is what Nestlé does, and, admittedly didn't always do well. All companies of the'world' have a major problem with being world sized. Their output is tested by the demand and supply. One only buys bottled water if you a) need it b) merely want it . All other issues don't matter. The issue of the author is too wide to reduce the long term objectives of the company. I worked in general advertising and then got a real position at Nestlé Australia then transferred to Nestlé worldwide. The company is broad. It has wide responsibilities and opportunities. Without the visibility and raising views of the market place, improvements will not happen. That is a secret to good innovation. It is also as important that all consumers have the right to discover damage and warnings to others is important. Keep challenging, without the challenge of the mind where will be human innovation.

  • Kua

    Nestles contributed $1,315,600.00 to defeat California’s Proposition 37 . Monsanto contribued $7,100,500.00. There are eleven more food conglomerates, each of which contributed more than $1 million to defeat 37. Including Monsanto, seven of these huge conglomerates contributed more than $2 million to defeat 37. Source: Organic Consumer’s Association http://bit.ly/ZVN0YD

  • Margot

    Nestle also makes up silly stories, such as not enough apples or vitamins in the United States. Will certainly not buy any Nestle product again and will let my daughter know to not give her children any product made by Nestle. Saying water should be owned b y corporations is psychopathic, and Monsanto and Nestle CEO's are total psychopaths.

    • A Concerned Human

      Unfortunately most haven't realised that their water is already largely controlled (at least in western society). Unless you collect rainwater or get your water from a local stream, you probably have to pay for your water (not at anywhere near the cost implied here, but still some cost). I am not aware of any city where that the water out of the kitchen tap is actually free.

  • edgee

    What is said in the article is not what is said in the video and the video itself is wildly out of date. This was aired in 2005 and Brabeck-Letmathe was removed from his position as CEO that same this year, due to an on going shift in his personal views away from the vision of the company. Paul Bulcke is now the CEO of Nestle and a thoroughly different figure, he is known for his integrity and inspirational leadership – rather than a cold Austrian fist like Brabeck-Letmathe whos main financial commitments now are in the oil industry. I'm not trollin', its just worth adding a bit of background, take it or leave it, your choice.

    • Kua

      You say he was removed from his position as CEO but neglected telling us where he went. According to Wikipedia (today) this person is now “Chairman of the board of directors” of Nestlé S.A. In other words he didn’t just go away, as is glibly implied by the word “removed”.
      Wikipedia 27 Apr 20013:
      “The executive board, a distinct entity from the board of directors, includes:
      Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, Chairman of the board of directors, Nestlé S.A.
      Paul Bulcke, chief executive officer, Nestlé S.A.
      Werner Bauer, Executive Vice President, Nestlé S.A., Chief Technology Officer, Head of Innovation, Technology, Research & Development
      Friz van Dijk, Executive Vice President, Nestlé S.A. Asia, Oceania, Africa, Middle East
      Chris Johnson, Executive Vice President, Nestlé S.A. United States of America, Canada, Latin America, Caribbean
      Jose Lopez, Executive Vice President, Nestlé S.A. Operations, GLOBE
      John J. Harris, Executive Vice President, Nestlé S.A. Chairman & CEO of Nestlé Waters”

    • Kua

      and take note of John J Harris’ job.

  • kibel

    The guy is the devil himself. Man, that is thrilling.

  • Ethical Moral

    ATTENTION ALL UNETHICAL GOVERNMENTS, MAJOR STOCK HOLDERS, DIRECTORS, CEOs OF THE WORLD:

    SLITHER AWAY TO YOUR HIDDEN RETREATS BECAUSE YOU’RE ABOUT TO LOOSE YOUR JOB, YOUR BENEFITS, YOUR PENSIONS AND YOUR WAY OF LIFE!

    WE THE PEOPLE OF THIS PLANET, WHO ARE 7 BILLION STRONG, ARE ABOUT TO SHOW YOU THE POWER WE WIELD!

    WE DON’T HAVE TO LIFT A FINGER! (WE COULD IF WE WANTED BECAUSE WE’RE 7 BILLION STRONG BUT, WE DON’T HAVE TO).

    WE DON’T HAVE TO OWN A GUN! (WE OWN A LOT MORE THAN YOU BUT WE DON’T NEED THEM!)

    WE DON’T HAVE TO ASSAULT YOU OR ARREST YOU OR EVEN GET CLOSE TO YOU! (WE DON’T WANT TO, YOU REEK OF GREED AND LUST AND GLUTTONY AND FILTH!)

    WE THE PEOPLE OF THIS PLANET HAVE UNLIMITED POWER IN HOW WE DEAL WITH YOU AND THAT’S THROUGH OUR PURCHASING POWER!

    WE WILL BOYCOTT EVERY ONE OF YOU UNTIL YOUR PRODUCTS AND SERVICES ARE NO LONGER WANTED OR NEEDED, YOU MANUFACTURING PLANTS FALL DOWN, YOUR STOCK WITHERS AWAY INTO NOTHING, YOUR PENSIONS DRY UP AND YOUR FINANCING CONTACTS RUN FROM YOU!

    WE WILL STOP YOUR EVIL WAYS AND TAKE BACK OUR AIR, WATER, FOOD AND SOIL AND RENEW EVERYTHING THAT HAS BEEN GIVEN TO US BY OUR LORD AND SAVIOR!

    WE THE PEOPLE OF THIS PLANET DON’T NEED YOU TO SURVIVE!

    WE’RE JUST FINE WITHOUT YOU!

    WE’VE DONE SO FOR MILLIONS OF YEARS AND WILL CONTINUE TO DO SO!

    PACK YOUR BAGS, GET YOUR PLANES READY, MAKE SURE YOU HAVE FOOD FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIVES, YOUR DAYS OF EVIL ARE OVER!

    OH, DON’T FORGET, THE PEOPLE THAT WORK FOR YOU ARE PART OF “WE THE PEOPLE” AND WE KNOW WHERE YOU’RE GOING AND WHAT YOU’RE DOING AND ALL THE COMBINATIONS TO YOUR SECURITY SYSTEMS AND WE’RE WATCHING YOU EVERY MINUTE! WE HAVE PHOTOS, WE HAVE NAMES AND PHONE NUMBERS AND YOUR AGE AND WHAT MEDICINES YOU TAKE AND WHAT YOU’RE ALLERGIC TO!

    YOU CAN’T ESCAPE US! WE’RE 7 BILLION STRONG!

    WE’RE MORALLY AND ETHICALLY IN THE RIGHT BECAUSE WE ALWAYS “TAKE THE HIGH ROAD!”

    YOU WILL BE ARRESTED FOR CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY GUARANTEED!

    ARE YOU LOOKING OVER YOUR BACK? YOU SHOULD BE!!!! : )

    • Justin

      Your Crazy.

    • A Concerned Human

      I like your enthusiasm, but I feel you are missing the proper solution.You say:
      'WE THE PEOPLE OF THIS PLANET HAVE UNLIMITED POWER IN HOW WE DEAL WITH YOU AND THAT'S THROUGH OUR PURCHASING POWER!

      WE WILL BOYCOTT EVERY ONE OF YOU UNTIL YOUR PRODUCTS AND SERVICES ARE NO LONGER WANTED OR NEEDED, YOU MANUFACTURING PLANTS FALL DOWN, YOUR STOCK WITHERS AWAY INTO NOTHING, YOUR PENSIONS DRY UP AND YOUR FINANCING CONTACTS RUN FROM YOU!'
      However, so long as we rely on the concept of money and putting a numerical value on things humanity will always be enslaved to SOMEONE, if not nestle then the corporation people use so they can boycott nestle etc.
      Only with the removal of currencyy can humanity move forward. And it is possible, difficult, but possible. In a money-free society our species would be so much more efficient and productive, happier, healthier and smarter, and contrary to what many will tell you (particularly those for whom financial security is not an issue) it would not lead to a collapse of society if handled halfway competently.

  • Bob Holness

    Nestle is evil, complete boycott from me.

  • Ethical Moral

    Attn Peter Brabeck-Letmathe–

    YOU POMPOUS ARROGANT ASSH*LE!

    WE THE PEOPLE OF THIS PLANET DECLARE THAT ALL AIR, WATER, FOOD AND SOIL BELONG TO ALL CITIZENS OF THIS PLANET AND YOU WILL NOT, I REPEAT, WILL NOT DICTATE TO US WHAT YOU OR OTHERS WILL DO WITH OUR ASSETS!

    YOU WILL NOT TELL US YOU OWN IT!
    YOU WILL NOT TELL US YOU CONTROL IT!
    YOU WILL NOT TELL US YOU WILL PROFIT FROM IT!

    WE THE PEOPLE OF THIS PLANET WILL HOLD YOU AND YOUR FELLOW CRONIES ACCOUNTABLE AND WILL ARREST YOU FOR CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY!

    MARK THIS DAY ON YOUR CALENDAR CEO’S, DIRECTORS AND MAJOR STOCK HOLDERS, 7 BILLION PEOPLE ARE TO THE BOILING POINT WITH YOUR LIES, YOUR CON GAMES, YOUR THEFT ON A GRAND SCALE AND YOUR DISRESPECT FOR US AND THE PLANET!

    YOUR DAYS ARE NUMBERED!

  • Stand up

    I am not buying Nestle again..more to that..i am going to keep a close eye on this company now. Thank you very much for sharing this info..The argument about water is a fight for survival..not about rights.. have a look at the documentary: FLOW FOR LOVE OF WATER…it shows what happens when money people try to take good peoples water. http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/flow-for-love-of-w

  • poppy

    def no more buying nestle … lets bleed them dry

  • JayJitsu

    We should take away his right to oxygen

  • Winifred

    I shall make sure I do not buy any of nestle products in the future. Control freaks they are.
    Winifred

  • Rob

    Is this guy for real, hope they fire him and see how he get water with no money, Really what are they going to do next control the wheater from producing rain???

  • Sharon

    Wow,I find it interesting that the whole time I was watching this I kept thinking,” Oh Great another Hitler in our ranks”! Then I read all the comments & saw many references to Nazi!I bet this idiot does not eat his own poisoned foods or feed them to his family.They know if they control our food & water…they control us.That is their goal & they are getting closer & closer to achieving this. It is up to us to stop them by any non-violent means possible. THE WORLD IS A DANGEROUS PLACE TO LIVE, NOT BECAUSE OF PEOPLE WHO ARE EVIL, BUT BECAUSE OF THE PEOPLE WHO DON’T DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT!Further more,He is full of “crap” about G M O’s vs ORGANIC foods. I am proof,I have been on organic diet for 1 year now & am off 5 daily RX’s (medical/pharma another huge scam)& have lost 40+ pounds.That’s how full of crap they all are. I have done extensive online research in the last year & have found cures from the earth for virtually every disease known to man. Anyone can do the same as me, my best friend has lost 60 pounds doing the same as me.

    • alan

      I agree.. organic is way better then the GMO's.. they have been doing GMO in flowers and stuff and the bee population has been dying out cause of it.. GMO is killing us slowly, may not be instant but will eventually cause longterm effects.. this former CEO of Nestle has no clue on what he is saying & worried about the money only. I am glad to hear about the good effects that organic foods has been giving you… God certainly has given us everything we need for healing our bodies/ minds/ emotions through his natural pharmacy.. not man-made garbage.

  • zero

    theu have been trying to monopolize it for over 1 yr. in Hungary I don't know how far they got but I was able to read a report from there that the sob even said they can drop dead from thirst if they don't buy nestle

  • David S.

    So his idea is that we can save people without water, by making water not a human right and because of that it will create jobs for millions of people? Telling us that we have everything we want and to stop crying about it. So we have to basically get water from the private sector and get jobs from that same sector, so we are totally dependent on them? Sounds like serfdom to me.

    Serfdom was part of Feudalism. Basically, poor people were forced to work the land they lived on, to pay the landlord (land owner) rents in order to remain there. If they didn't they were homeless and had to beg for money and food, just to survive. If you look at his model he would have people dependent on the private sector for food, water, basic human needs and also provide the jobs to obtain those needs, because those needs would have monetary value. How the fuck is that any different from serfdom? Serf means slave.

    Work for us for the money to pay us for the food and water you need! In other-words make a sponge a rich capitalist kingpin, while everyone else is stuck at the bottom.

    • A Concerned Human

      What you fail to realise is that this has already happened; the entirety of the human race is enslaved by currency and too blinded/distracted by the pretty lights and sounds to realise it's enslavement. These people are simply trying to eliminate corporate competition. Though to look on the bright side this may at least provide a unifying force for the masses, however we need to make sure we have the right target (i.e. money itself, not just those who control it). If the 99% really don't want to be controlled, the 1% can't control them. It is only so long as we hold on to the concept of money that corporations have power.

  • maria

    When Are We going to get it, That we have to ban together to stop the destruction of Society , Families and all the evils that these negative minded CEO's Have in store for us. Do You Actually believe that they can do this / I don't think so, But it's up to Us, remember these people cannot do anything less we allow them, and we have for too long ; for our lack of response and involvement in these issues that are alarming and dangerous to our survival ,Remember , It Is in our hands the power to change what ever we want to change, but we have to do it COLLECTIVELY! " The Government Should Be afraid of it's People" And not the other way around like it is Now! WAKE UP AMERICA FROM YOUR LETHARGY, WAKE UP!!!!!

    • Clive

      Lets send Nestles down the tubes where it belongs, we DO HAVE THE POWER.

  • pritchard

    i could hardly finish the film as his words were bullshit and the personal greed, just makes me sick, it probably about time we stood up and did something about these enviroment destroying companies!!!!!! and organic is better than gmo products, every word out of these peoples mouths are lies

  • Luis Lozano

    Simple.. DO NOT BUY OR USE NESTLE OR THIER PARTNERS OR BANKS PRODUCTS.. BAN THEM FROM OUR WORLD.. URE WORLD!… in the absence of light.. darkness will prevail… read and educate ureselves.. its on the net and its free anfd its YOURS!

  • yankee phil

    A law should be drawn up that prohibits any water source that feeds a public reservoir cannot be dammed, diverted,polluted,or drained in any manner as it effects public health, safety, or welfare This should be a federal law that supersedes any state law pertaining to water rights . You don't make a law,your going to lose your water because they won't take your water and sell it back to you,….no they'll sell it to the highest bidder which probably will be someone who's rich and lives in the desert. Ring any bells out there in dreamland. Your already fighting their wars for them,you gonna give them your water too?Do they give you oil? Do they give you anything but trouble.

    • Elmjcil

      There is a reservoir in Midlothian, Va. that is quite large and they prohibit any type of motor boat…. only allow boats with electric motors and paddle boats. But, they allow building around it so, I assume that it might just get pollution from that.

  • Kathryn

    I am sooooo glad that this article came out!!! I can't believe the nerve some people have in there crazy little heads that they have such power!! I will never buy any product from Nestlé again!! We have to watch out for these rich corporations who believe they have the right to control such a thing like our water, while they get richer, by doing this to us, there customers!! We struggle as it is!! But it's ok, because I LOVE Hershey's way more, especially now!!

    • Elmjcil

      hersheys , after the founder died, ripped up their roots and moved them to Mexico. Ask the people of Hershey, Pa. how they feel about them…… and, do you really trust things made in Mexico……. especially edible things?

    • MauiCruzr

      all corporations are bad Kathryn. you have to start seeing them for what they are… they dont produce quality, they produce quantity. they need to make money to keep their shareholders happy and that means compromising the health of consumers buying their products. support local small privately owned businesses. Forgo the hershey kisses… you dont need them, you need REAL kisses! :-))

  • Melinda

    This is some of the sickest stuff I have ever heard. No more Nestle for me. this man is out of touch with the world to the point of being delusional. someone get him to a psych ward.

  • http://users.adam.com.au/brianbrain/index.html Brains

    Can any one tell me how his idiot escaped being put in prison after WW11 coz he obviously is one of them that should have been executed..
    Nazis have no place on this earth..

  • http://www.mrbobswellness.com Bob Bryan

    We have so many good systems in place with good people trying to do the right thing. Every day I see countless entries on various sites, including my own, detailing their frustrations about the takeover of humanity. We need to be able to band together through one site and attack as a united people. Although the majority of people, in my opinion, want to do what's right – they will not out of fear of not conforming to the media mass.
    It still sickens me that something as simple as fluoridated water is being allowed in the U.S. when other countries pulled together to ban it. We all speak of pride for our country but when it comes to doing anything about the evils we're subjected to, we don't want to "make waves" or go "against the grain". Well it's time to rock the boat…Time to rock the world. It's time to take back our country! What happened to us? Every day we're mad as hell…and complain to who? It's really not about us. It never was! It's about our planet and future generations. How do we start something and see it through to the end? Anyone? Everyone? http://www.mrbobswellness.com

  • sharon

    Maude Barlow of the Council of Canadians has been working for years on water rights. We were warned over 20 years ago regarding human rights to water and the privatization of water (bottled, then run-of-the-rivers).

    Along with that misery, we face corporate patents on nature!
    When will it end?

  • http://twitter.com/scootron2000 @scootron2000

    Throwing him in a rubber room without water for 4 days may change his mind.

    • o11y217

      well i doubt his mind will change after 4 days, he'll be dead in 3.

    • fish wilso

      try waterboarding his ass for a week an see if he still wants to own water

  • Gary Boivin

    Some day, he and like-minded misanthropes may be tried for crimes against humanity.

    • MauiCruzr

      off with their heads!! :-))

  • SydneyRising

    Thanks for the heads up. Big love and peace from Sydney, Aus.

    • Anonymous

      This is why I by filters because of rich ignorant people like him. Sucker I get better water with filters then your crap.

  • Rwbiii

    Intuition tells me that GMO are bad. He's throwing out unscientific data as though nobody has been hurt by GMO in the last 15 years.
    I'll grow my own foods, buy organic, and eat GMO.
    There is no arguing with a man like this. Even if we removed this man from earth, another man would quickly take his place. Let's stop pulling the weeds and start planting our own seeds of wisdom and knowledge.

    • Debbie

      I think that you meant to say "I'll grow my own foods, buy organic and NOT EAT GMO's". I could only hope that they are labeled as such. Like your idea of the stop to pulling the weeds, yes the lowely Dandelion is queen and a honey bee favorite. I fear that the likes of Monsanto want a genetic that does not include a honey bee. Thereby, we have only ONE seed source for our food.
      Monsanto and GMO need to be stood up to if we are to survive their evil empire.

      • j00

        You hit the nail on the head

    • Justin

      I need to point out that you opened up the statement claiming that "Intuition" tells you GMO's are bad. In the next sentence you claim he isnt using anything scientific in his claim. You may wish to follow your own standard. And what do you mean "Remove" him from the earth. That sounds really fascist. Always keep a close eye on your premise.

    • symboybot

      "Even if we removed this man from earth, another man would quickly take his place." All in the name of greed!

  • Mahon

    Nestle is worst than plague

  • Sindy

    Another reason to never buy crappy NESTLE products

  • Jennifer

    Wow – no more Nestle for me. What a greedy monster.

  • Tom

    My family and I will personally boycott Nestle and ALL of its Products.
    I also read that Nassim N. Taleb is doing the same.

  • http://www.bestblender.co.uk/ Carl Thomas

    I feel any government or business or individual person should have a cap on how big they can grow and how much money they can amass. These are the real dangers in this world, as they have control of food and water, not the terrorists. The real terrorists exist within our political, economic and corporate structures. He mention cattle need water. This is how they think of us. Last I checked, I already pay for metered water. It's not free where I come from. I think this suggests that price we pay now will be nothing to what they have in store for us in the future. Mass starvation and water shortages are on the horizon and they'll blame it on global warming and peak oil, instead of their desire to thin down the herd and have the remaindering survivors as simple minded slaves.

    • Mark

      Carl You are so right. I think we know who the real Terrorist in the world are.

    • Debbie

      As the article stated…. they already have the slave children, now they want the adults too. I agree with your thoughts on this. It is unfortunate that unknown to most, this is allowed to happen. I am very glad to have read this article and now will boycott all of 'Nestle' products in the future. These people, Monsanto and friends and now Nestle are evil minded with no consideration for human, environment or health; just their own wealth. It is time people wake up and take note of what is happening.
      Wish that this would go viral all over the world.

    • Cali Bear

      Soylent Green is people…

  • chrissyB

    Well the NWO is in people's faces now, isn't it! As far as they're concerned, this is Earth Incorporated (or Earth plc).

  • felicity

    Nestles was boycotted in the 60-70's for sending high protein baby formula to 3rd world countries that they knew the high was blinding babies because there wasnt enuff of something else in the formula. Nestles, net caught tuna, OJ, Vietnam war, Disneyland and more. I was born in 44 and not a Nazi. My father want to napalm my friends who were protesting the V war tho.

  • Grizbear

    Another satanist headed for the lake of fire.

    • http://twitter.com/bitflung @bitflung

      funny. and here i was thinking he sounded so much like a preacher.

  • Andrea W.

    Another thought; Austrian born in '44. I would be shocked if he wasn't a Nazi sympathizer. This guy is uber scary.

    • Brad Fulton

      I HAVE in fact heard rumblings (unfounded thus far) of Nazi ties with Nestle.

    • Kayak1775

      He would have been one year old when the war ended. How could he be a Nazi sympathizer? Not that I agree wth him though.

    • Steve

      He is an asshole obviously and extremely stupid, but concluding from his place and time of birth that he's a Nazi is very stupid, too!

      • Dimitrinka Dimitrova

        It's narcissism with typical symptoms. Therefore narcissism was removed from group of mental disorders – to allow such to speak and act freely.

  • Andrea W.

    This non-human (Nazi) is as scary as it gets. But wait, the WHO will give him what he wants and so will the politicians all over the developed globe. Nestle will own the water rights in the next 10 years if we don't stop it soon.

    • http://islandwomanculebra.blogspot.com MJS

      Your point is why it is so important for the public to vote with their wallets. Boycott the products they (and any and every other company you feel this way about). The link is to products by Nestle.
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Nestl%C3%A9_

  • Maria

    As of today I will DEFINITELY not purchase any Nestlé products. I was a big purchaser of their bottled water.

    • Cillendor

      Same. Despite my long-seated hatred of that company, I still bought their chocolate chips. No more.

    • o11y217

      Why buy bottled water from anywhere? It's outrageously overpriced compared to tap water, and is far worse for the environment.

    • Sheri

      I'm with you Maria!!

  • Val

    Thank you for this reformative article. I purchase a lot of chocolate, and I will be careful from now on to NEVER purchase a Nestle product again. Corporations have bought the puppet politicians, but we still wield the power with our consumer choices. I was a little surprised the article didn't also touch on Nestle's shameful record promoting infant formula to 3rd world countries. If everyone would stop buying their products, Mr. Brabeck could think up all the evil ideas he wants without it bringing harm to the earth or it's inhabitants.

    • Mark

      Maria , I too will boycott Nestle’s products from here on out also.
      Mark

      • MarktooM

        Mark,
        Me too.
        Mark too

    • Kathy

      I was surprised too. The misinformation campaign that accompanied Nestle's marketing of baby formula (because its more 'modern' it's better than breast feeding) did a great deal of harm, particularly in 3rd world countries where an infant's access to breast milk was even more important to survival and long term health, than in the 1st world.

  • MortenB

    Exactly the reason that I always avoid Nestle products when shopping… Also Nestle promote GMO (number 2, after Monsanto)

    In my opinion, Nestle products for small children with MSG (Maltodextrin) and added arsenic should have been forbidden.

    • Brian

      MSG is monosodium glutamate; it's not a sweetener, but a sort of preservative – flavor enhancer. Like the "ACCENT" stuff you shake on meat… bad stuff.

  • Shane

    Thank you for this video. I now consider Nestle to be as devious as Monsanto.

    • Cillendor

      I have family who work for them in the office/production level. They hate it. Even locally, Nestlé works employees for double their job description without increasing pay. They utterly disregard their employees families and lives outside work. They are a horrible place to work.

    • Elle12

      Please review this video to re-evaluate your opinion. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h229sp0dDfg

    • Rosalie

      I'm stunned and I am definitely boycotting Nestle products.

    • Leslie Anderson Hoffmann

      why is it that when people get power they think they now have the right to control the masses? Idiot he is complete Idiot even though nothing surprises me anymore…..