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
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.
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
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.
veolia purchased this company recently that specialises in well works,and one of the companies special abillities is the production of Bromite and
(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?