Thursday, 2 June 2016

corporations greed targets Kunkletown water supply

Corporate giant Nestle is now attempting to exploit and bully the tiny town of Kunkletown, Pennsylvania.
Please give your support to @STCA_Kunkletown on Twitter.

An example of Nestle strategy and damage: Nestle Continues Stealing World’s Water During Drought.

Kunkletown, Pennsylvania
It was bad enough witnessing the boom in trailer park "investment" after the sub-prime mortgage fiasco left countless Americans homeless.

Do the very wealthy really want to enslave the victims of the banks' mischief? Yes, they do.

Now a giant corporation is declining the option of trying to help poor people secure water supplies as the population and industrial use increases. Instead, they want to further limit supply and profit from it.


corporations, Kunkletown, matrix, Nestle, water, sustainability


pete said...

The company has made a number of corporate acquisitions, including Crosse & Blackwell in 1950, Findus in 1963, Libby's in 1971, Rowntree Mackintosh in 1988, and Gerber in 2007.

Major products are Nescafe coffee and Coffee Mate coffee whitener. All major supermarkets have their own brands, usually much cheaper than Nestle products.

Nestle Controversies include:

Nestlé baby formula boycott
7.2 Bottled water
7.3 Ethiopian debt (2002)
7.4 Child labour
7.5 Chocolate price fixing
7.6 Packaging claims (2008)
7.7 Water bottling operations in California and Oregon
7.8 Boycott Nestlé products manufactured in Russia
7.9 Forced Labour in Thailand Fishing Industry

(Wikipedia )

A complete list of products to avoid:

Vote With Your Wallet said...

#profit & monopoly obsessed #corporations trying to dominate future #water supplies. #Nestle, as usual. How to fight back?