Christina Sarich, the humanitarian and freelance writer who has broken numerous health-related news stories, has uncovered how corporations want to privatize the two things humans need to survive—food and water.
In an article, which she published on the NaturalSociety, she described how greediness is pushing companies to create patents on food and siphon off water, so they can then sell it back to the world for a hefty profit. The companies, according to her, are a network of cabals who are only interested in controlling the world from their boardrooms.
In 2010, The Guardian reported that The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which is sponsoring the Guardian’s Global development site, is being heavily criticized in Africa and the U.S. for dealing with the notorious Genetically Modified foods (GM) company, Monsanto. At that time, it was believed that Bill Gates and his wife had bought 500,000 Monsanto shares worth around $23m.
“A cabal controls our food supply. If you haven’t heard about the massive Svalbard ‘doomsday’ seed bank that individuals and companies like Bill Gates, Monsanto Corporation, Syngenta Foundation, and the Government of Norway have created, then you might want to check it out. The Svalbard seed bank seems to foreshadow a massive food crisis on this planet,” Christina wrote.
What makes the situation even more dangerous, is that the cabals have succeeded in infiltrating government regulatory agencies and have been lying about the safety of GM foods. In the US, the Obama administration has passed Monsanto-friendly legislation. This will put the food supply in danger, not only in the U.S., but also other parts of the world.
Apart from the fact that GM foods are being linked to cancer, the Institute for Responsible Technology has also confirmed that GM foods pose a reproductive risk, accelerate aging, and cause problems with the digestive system by damaging the healthy gut flora.
But despite all these dangers to humanity, Monsanto and its cohorts still remain very influential in the world, and this is only a disaster in waiting.
According to sources, the corporations have already begun their efforts to control the water supply by getting water to become their property in the U.S. state of California. Currently, the state is said to be going through the worst drought it has ever seen.
Corrupt corporations are currently making a killing off of the drought. What Nestlé is currently doing is highly unacceptable. The company is said to be drawing an excessive amount of water, likely millions of gallons, from an underground spring and is then selling it back to the public. The company’s CEO is alleged to have recently said on a radio show, that he would ‘increase it if he could,’ referring to revenues gained from water privatization. The company has also reportedly said that water is not a human right. Christina said this is just the beginning of the water privatization project. Very soon, it will spread to other parts in the U.S. and eventually to other countries.
It is even suspected that the World Bank wants water to be privatize; ultimately, this has gained the project the backing of many corporations and cabals.
The Indian environmental activist, Vandana Shiva, has spoken against this hidden agenda of privatizing water. She was quoted as saying, “Since nature gives water to us free of cost, buying and selling it for profit violates our inherent right to nature’s gift and denies the poor of their human rights.”
That is how serious the situation has become. The corporations have a secret agenda: to make as much money as possible from the population. The poor will get poorer, and the corporations will continue to build on their riches for generations.
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