Tuesday, 25 September , 2018

Water

Water is Life – They are Stealing our Livelihood and We...

By Peter Koenig 22 March 2018 Today, 22 March 2018, marks World Water Day. It is also the week, when the 8th World Water Forum...

Plundering the Planet: Coca-Cola And Nestlé To Privatize The Largest Reserve...

Coca-Cola And Nestlé To Privatize The Largest Reserve Of Water In South America By Amanda Froelich Source: Truth Theory The Dawn News February 5, 2018 Private companies such as...

Yemen Is Today’s Guernica

The U.S.-backed, Saudi-led massacre of innoncent Yemeni civilians. by César Chelala On the market day of April 26, 1937, at the bequest of General Francisco Franco,...

More US Troops in Latin America: Signs of an Invasion Foretold?

By Martín Pastor Source: Rebelión / October 23, 2017 Recent military exercises in Amazonia shed light on the renewed US presence in Latin America. The US army...

Back to nationalisations!

How nationalisation made a political comeback An economic strategy derided as outdated has been embraced by Labour and nearly 80 per cent of voters. By George...

Water Scarcity – Liquidity crisis!

Public info     http://www.economist.com/news/briefing/21709530-water-becomes-ever-more-scant-world-needs-conserve-it-use-it-more-efficiently-and

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

Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, the now Chairman of one of the biggest corporations and the largest food product manufacturer in the world, believes corporations should own all the water on the planet, and no one should be allowed to have access to it unless they pay. He also states that GMOs have never caused illnesses despite hundreds of independent studies showing otherwise.

Sioux Protest that Inspired the World

Activists and law enforcement clashed this weekend in North Dakota over construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, leading to dozens of arrests and a temporary road closure as protesters set up camp near the pipeline's proposed path.

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

Is 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?