By Mark Schellhase CC By SA – 3.0
People wake up towards the ongoing attempts of privatising basics for everyone on this planet. Food, Shelter, Energy, Water are those things that really belong to all. It has become though due to all sorts of ism’s , beliefs and political systems, and the corporatization of our world without our (conscious) consent taken away from a free source for all into a commodity and even weapon against humanity. Bolivia had already been invaded in the past by those opportunists to make use of corrupt powers to sign over in a bill or law rights to all water including rain water on your land and roofs or gardens. ….The people came into opposition and made sure this privatization was skipped. It ended though not as everywhere in the world now privatizations schemes are rolled out that suit the UN Agenda 21 and is not the same as the UN declaring Water is a human right. We have to see that rights derive from institutionalized beliefs, dogma, political philosophies. Rights limit the subservient humans to that new structure. It is not a freedom not is it making you free it is a privilege given to you by an institution or structure that you chose for or have given your consent to or got coerced into by force or manipulation. Still it is limiting you. You need no rights to claim what is freely intended to be for all on this planet. The todays fight, wars, struggles are just exemplar of the fighting over rights, claims and who rules over the subservient people in the structures called, states, countries, regions, municipalities, etc. The fights are about who is the owner or controller of resources and people/ better said humans are seen as a resource not as human. Back to the water rights issue. It is not about rights but about controlling and limiting you by rule of law, statutes and regulations, policies into having a certain right but then slowly take it away or even sell and privatize your right away. It does not matter which way it goes. The basic knowledge and common sense needs to get back into humans to see water is for all and can not be taken away, or restricted or privatized. The earth and us humans with all other creatures and nature on this planet have enough room, food, resources to live an abundant life. We only need to (re-)distribute all where it is needed or have technology help. The bigger picture you need to see is that your are free human beings and always were but have been kept like slaves, debt-slaves to systems, beliefs that made you think you had to be living in scarcity and lack. The time has come to see there is enough for all. We need to clean the mess up that is made and restore the balance in all. This is not only the case in this water privatization and rights case but also in all those other cases like: GMOs, food and water additives, vaccines and pharmaceutical drugs and poisons, electro-magnectic interference in your biological body, visual and sound pollution and manipulation of the body and mind and so on. We are able to change this with even those that have harmed us or are wanting to control us if we stand our ground and make clear : common sense and balance needs to be brought back. No more control and rule over, no more doing things only for personal gain, profits or other interests and hidden agendas, no more secrecy . The latest Bilderberg Meeting in Copenhagen made clear that we still look at people seeing themselves as custodians over humanity, next to having power and control and all the gain in financial, material sense. It is an illusion for them to think they still have all the power as it is gradually slipping away. The reaction of the desperate is to throw in all to still keep control. If all stop hurting the humans and their fellows, we can forgive and talk with each other to make things balance for all. Balance means not going into extremes to make imbalance again, it means finding common ground, a neutral space. It is time to break through the wall and let go of still existing fears on both sides of the fence. Work together in openness and honesty and we find each other again reaching out our hands around that round table of peace solving all humanities and the planets problems together in unity of free human beings.
Love and light,
Privatization of Water in Bolivia : november 2009
Bolivia is South America’s poorest country and the site of one of the world’s most controversial water privatization programs. In the 1990s, under World Bank guidance, the water systems of some of Bolivia’s poorest regions were put up for sale to private investors. In the area of Cochabamba, a US-owned company, Bechtel, was awarded a long-term contract to manage and deliver water in that region. The results of this deal shed light on the complexities of water privatization and differences between economic theory and what happens in the real world.
Read the full story at: http://www.worldsavvy.org/ link to original article
The Privatization of Water: Nestlé Denies that Water is a Fundamental Human Right :
Global Research, December 14, 2013
The current Chairman and former CEO of Nestlé, the largest producer of food products in the world, believes that the answer to global water issues is privatization. This statement is on record from the wonderful company that has peddled junk food in the Amazon, has invested money to thwart the labeling of GMO-filled products, has a disturbing health and ethics record for its infant formula, and has deployed a cyber army to monitor Internet criticism and shape discussions in social media.
Read the full story at: : http://www.globalresearch.ca/ link to original article
Water turns back into public hands in Montpellier:
(14 May 2014) Water is a public good! It is essential for life. With these words the mayor of Montpellier, Mr. M. Saurel, announced that the Montpellier municipality would take back control over its water supply. The Mayor said that the city aims for a lower price and for a new approach to water services. The city will terminate the contract with Veolia that has run the service for 25 years on 1 January 2015 and from then the municipality will provide the service for seven years.
Next to a reduction of the water tariff by 10% the city will establish a policy for ensuring water supply to the poor. These were the main reasons to take water back under public control.
Read the full article in French : http://www.right2water.eu/ link to article
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