Nestlé CEO talks about his views on GMO food, rights, and water. He feels that access to water should not be a public right. Neslté is the largest food company in the world. You probably ate something they process and sell this week, if not today. This guy feels that after many years, there has not been a single instance where GMO foods have harmed humans, and that Europeans are being silly by not allowing them.
With over population threatening many of our resources, should our water supply be privatized? Water is a food, and as such, should be subject to a market. Ummm… what now?
This video was published last year, and (if you believe the translation) shows that maybe the public’s interests are not a top priority for the people who feed us. Should water be privatized?