The former Chairman and CEO of Nestle, Peter Brabeck Letmathe disregards our human rights and demands privatization of water.

He believes that this is the key to resolving the global water issues. Namely, humans shouldn’t have free access to drinkable water and they are supposed to pay for it.

In other words, Nestle should be in charge of the world’s water supply, thus selling it back to people to get profit.
According to Global Research, this statement should not come as a surprise since this company has paid huge sums of money to prevent attaching labels to genetically modified products.

They have also been selling packaged and pre-prepared food in the Amazon and have recruited a cyber army to control discussions in the social media and oversee criticism.

They are also responsible for the water shortages around the world because they suck up large volumes of water, while 783 million people struggle to access to clean water in order to survive. This company has even destroyed the drinking water in the most water-poor and destitute countries in the world so that it can perform its bottling operations.

Nevertheless, Peter Brabeck Letmathe states that the access to drinkable water is not a human or a public right. However, if the only solution to this issue is privatization, then we can’t put our trust in this company.

For example, according to the former councilor in a small village in Pakistan, Bhati Dilwan, children face health issues due to the polluted water and the only one to blame for it is the bottling company Nestle. Namely, the company has deprived the citizens of safe and drinkable water.

Watch the video below to find out more about Brabeck’s opinions on water and nature. From his point of view, GM food is safe while the organic food is bad. He goes so far as to say that those who disagree with him are actually extremists.

In addition, he insists that by assigning price to water, people will become more aware of how precious it is, since almost 70% of people in America admitted taking the access to water for granted.

He also points out that people use too much water to produce food and energy. In other words, if the water issue remains unsolved, the companies won’t be able to provide energy and food security.

In the conclusion, he states that Nestle Group is taking care for the health of the global population. To support this statement, he provided a clip of his operations in the factory which highlights the ″savior-like″ role of this company.