Nestlé don't think water is a human right
Remember when everyone when nuts about Nestlé, after the tried to make Africa have their powdered milk, rather than pregnant women doling out breast milk to their infants?
Well, they're at it again, this time, saying that water isn't a human right.
In an interview for the documentary 'We Feed the World', Nestlé Chairman Peter Brabeck makes claims that water isn't a human right and that the idea that 'nature is good' is a massive crock too. In fact, he hails that idea that humans are great because they've been able to resist nature’s dominance.
Brabeck claims that privatisation of water is the best way to guarantee fair distribution and that the idea of water for all humans comes from "extremist" NGOs. So when the company aren't killing impoverished babies, they're trying to kill off the rest of us too, which is remarkable. Alas, Kit Kats are still really ace.