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Who supplies your water? The case against Globilisation. and the Gulf is implicated..

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posted on Jul, 14 2010 @ 03:44 PM
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Just found this and thought it worth sharing. Its not my work.

Who supplies your water? The case against Globilisation.

I have been digging around on my local water supply company,the water has been tasting really bad even in tea when boiled,it turns out after researching that three valleys water sold its holdings to a company called Veolia after a bromite spill that had to be contained,it turns out the company is an environmental cleanup company owned by none other than the Rothschilds!
Its agenda seems to be to take over public infrastructure the world over. This often achieved by the Bilderberg scam known as PPP (public private partnership) .
This means that the public money builds projects and then the globalists companies like Veolia, reap the rewards for their usage.
It explains it a little better here:www.commondreams.org...

This is where my research turned merky as went deeper.
This is a transcript from the details of the spill,bare in mind that Veolia took over the water company after this incident.
www.wragge.com...

In the last 10 years or so, Veolia, mainly as Vivendi, has been forced to pull out of a plethora of contracts across the world. Various instances of environmental degradation, pollution, customer dissatisfaction, attacks on workers' terms and conditions, reduction of staff cover, reduction in investments and higher tariffs have seen the forced withdrawal of Veolia from places as diverse as Argentina, the USA, Kenya, Puerto Rico and Brazil. The company has accumulated large fines in the UK as a result of prosecutions for incidents where their subsidiaries polluted the wider environment . Its true to say that all of these practices have not happened at all places at all times, however they do indicate a general trend to maximise profit, an objective that often does not syncronise with social and environmental needs.

Then i came across this,the tentacles of this company seemed to never end.

In November 2005, the Sydney Morning Herald reported that one of Veolia's United States subsidiaries was embroiled in a federal investigation over the alleged falsification of water quality records. Another was being sued by the town of Rockland, Massachusetts for contract violations, after the town administrator was advised to terminate its sewer plant contract with the company.
Public Citizen published 'Veolia Environment: A Corporate Profile' in the context of its Water for All program in February 2005. The report, available on Public Citizen's website, concludes:

Despite Veolia's global track record of corruption, broken promises, environmental degradation, price-gouging, obfuscation, misdirection and secrecy, the world's largest water company continues to enjoy substantial support within powerful pockets of financial and political circles. In some instances, the private water industry has garnered that support the old-fashioned way - by bribing officials..... While publicly operated water systems are managed to deliver clean, safe and affordable water to you and your family, privately operated systems (like Veolia Water) are managed to get as much money as possible from you and your family.... Veolia is not the solution. But as the company has demonstrated time and again, in every corner of the globe, Veolia is part of the problem.

Veolia's involvement in the tramway project in East Jerusalem has led to international protests. The Irish tramline company Luas, run by Veolia, was forced by the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign to cancel its contract with Israeli authorities in Jerusalem. Amnesty International France has requested Veolia not to sign the contract because it raises serious questions about international law violations.

So, if someone says Veolia, what will spring to your mind?What if i was to say the gulf of mexico spill?
WHAT!!!?? A GULF OIL LINK CONNECTION ASWELL!!!? i hear you all scream!
The Viking Poseidon lowers the "top hat" device May 11 at the site of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Louisiana to try to stop the underwater gusher. The Viking Poseidon is a vessel chartered by Veolia Environmental Services North America, which has a Neenah branch.
Veolia owns this company after buying it very recently,look at what they do,and please note companies use of symbology.i think i will definitely look into an expensive water filtration system after this.
www.tetraps.com...
veolia purchased this company recently that specialises in well works,and one of the companies special abillities is the production of Bromite and Brominated products.
(something fishy is going on)

Which takes us full circle back to the contamination of north London water with Bromite.
What does everyone think?Coincidence?




posted on Jul, 14 2010 @ 03:46 PM
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There is a great movie www.flowthefilm.com... that covers this as well.

People have no clue about their basic needs.

Good thread!



posted on Jul, 14 2010 @ 04:09 PM
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How do you know this company is controlled by the Rothchilds?



posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 02:59 PM
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cheers for that. not sure if i want to watch it, its all gettin a bit kinda freaky.lol.

have you personnally seen it, what marks outta 10?



posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 03:31 PM
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Originally posted by Johnze
How do you know this company is controlled by the Rothchilds?


apologies for takin time to get back to you, but here you go.-

Utilities and the rothschilds- www.rothschild.de...

Sources close to the bank said its representatives are in discussions with Veolia's bankers, NM Rothschild, about the stake in the firm, which is valued at £2.3bn.- www.idswater.com...

Veolia "came to the conclusion that this minority position did not allow the group to optimise its investment", according to a company statement. Veolia said it had no plans to dispose of the other water companies it owns in the UK - Three Valleys Water, Folkestone & Dover Water Services and Tendring Hundred Water Services.- www.telegraph.co.uk...

hope thats enough dude.

it really is a messed up world isn't it, it all seems to be happening so quickly!

"if you don't do what we say you won't get any water". it has always seemed strange the way they go on about hose pipe bans and the lack of water each year when we have such crap weather in the uk!!

"If the people knew what we had done, they would chase us down the street and lynch us."- George H. W. Bush.
lets just hope he tempted fate and enough people wake up!!



posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 04:45 PM
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Cool cheers for that man, will read through it. Its just that i do work for them every now and then lol, they recently bought over a firm in the UK here called Caltech, they deal with industrial cleaning etc.

Was just a nice coincidence to see a post on here about them lol.



posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 05:06 PM
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This maybe out of topic, but I was reading a thread that's been deleted.
What happened to it?

Title: " Hello world, it's time to wake up!" It's got 4 pages of the op and a lot of resources.

Anybody have an answer?



posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 06:02 PM
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no worries dude.

sounds like a synchronicity; )

have you heard of the 11:11 thing?

imagine being told- "if you behave yourself, do what we want you to, you can have some water!"

it's friggin nuts the world that we're createing for future generations! if only we had listened to JFK all those years ago!!



posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 06:25 PM
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that is a wee bit off topic isn't it... have you done a search for it in the search box top right of the screen?

i will say that there seems to be alot of that sort of thing going on at the mo, whether or not there is anything to it is another thing..

i was just reading a thread that got deleted- www.abovetopsecret.com...

2 threads have just been deleted- www.abovetopsecret.com...

where's my star and flag?!


back on topic please...



[edit on 11:11 by WHOS READY]



posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 07:36 PM
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Originally posted by Johnze
How do you know this company is controlled by the Rothchilds?



A good rule of thumb to determine if something is owned by the Rothschilds would be to ask yourself, "Is this something that would be required to live?" I don't mean as in "I can't live without my IPhone." I am referring to water, food, air, etc. If it is involved in a basic life service, the Rothschilds "own" it.

To be realistic about it, they actually OWN everything, including you (if you are in a western nation). If you have questions about that, look up ATS user Protoplasmic Traveller.



posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 07:43 PM
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RE: the OP....


...i live in a town that has horrible water. Every month there is a failure to meet TCEQ standards (state level requirements). There are excessive levels of cryptosporidia and turbidity. The algae was so bad recently that they when they chlorinated the raw feed it caused the trihalomethanes to exceed safe levels, as well.

Our municipal water is from the Colorado River Municipal Water District, owned by Veolia Water, North America. I know a few of the folks from Veolia that come down occassionally. One of them is the nicest gentleman i have ever met. The other could easily end up strangled by me one day.

Now, i do not blame CRMWD nor Veolia so much for our water issues. They deliver a raw feed blended from 3 lakes created by damming the Colorado River many years ago. I blame the city, who has failed to install adequate filtration for Cryptosporidia. The turbidity is an issue that was caused by one lake being really low, another being closed for maintenance, and the other had an algae bloom. That is resolved now...but my water is still not clear. When i filled the pool, it look greenish brown, like a swamp.

No one drinks tap water here. If you do, you are crazy. If you own a restaurant and use anything other than RO water for your drinks, you will go out of business. Long John Silver's was forced to start using RO water to mix their batter because no one would eat their nasty fish.

At home, i won't use anything but RO water for any food related items, even just boiling noodles. I am not a weak stomached guy, either. I will put Andrew Zimmern to shame.

[edit on 15-7-2010 by bigfatfurrytexan]



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