Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Nestlé, again . . .


THESE MAMZERS JUST DON'T QUIT: according to Sum Of Us, Nestlé is pulling a million litres of water a day for bottling — out of an acquifer in Ontario where there are surrounding drought conditions. Nestlé can take the water, but you, who live there — can't.

Ironically, the head Pirate of these bandits is on record that "access to water should not be a public right." Looks like he wasn't kidding. Click on the link and sign the Sum Of Us petition.


3 comments:

Beijing York said...

Thanks for the petition link, Ed.

Crap, for some reason I didn't think that Nestlé had made inroads into our water. It's getting hard to keep up with the bogus branding labels i.e. Aberfoyle (sp?).

The Mound of Sound said...

They did this in Michigan too.

Lisa said...

Well, bye-bye Chunky.