The UN Security Council and world leaders that consists of a panel of experts say that the earth’s water sources are deminishing which can cause negative affects on global health, energy stores and food supplies. They also state that it may cause serious security, development and social risks.
A book called “The Global Water Crisis: Addressing an Urgent Security Issue” is co-published by the InterAction Council, the United Nations University’s Institute for Water and Toronto-based Walter and Duncan Gordan Foundation.
The context on of the book:
“We are in the midst of a global water crisis. As shifting population dynamics and growing economic activity place an increased demand on finite fresh water resources, governments struggle to secure the needs of their citizens by ensuring access to an adequate amount of food at reasonable cost, a reliable energy supply, and a robust water infrastructure and supply system, all while continuing to sustain economic growth.”
“Meeting these challenges is a tall order if we are also to consider that there must be enough water to support essential ecosystem functions and services, and that climate change will have adverse impacts on the global water cycle.”
Bill Cosgrove- former vice president of World Bank, Ms Harriet Bigas, Prof Bruce Pardy, Prof Susan Elliot. a long with former prime minister Jean Chretien were at McMaster Innovation Park in Hamilton Ontario Sept. 11. to launch the previous mentioned book and spread the supposed global water crisis. They also plan on going to New York September 25 2012 to further spread the propaganda.
Jean Chrétien, who is co-chair of the InterAction Council said that water demand in the world’s two most populated countries, India and China, will run out of supplies in less than two decades. He said that policies around water have to be developed because water could become the cause of wars.
He even as went as far as to say that there might be another 1812.
The UN is stating that water should not be considered a human right but should instead be considered an aspiration because human rights to water just wouldn’t work.
Prof Bruce Pardy said, “the right to water would create an obligation for the government to provide things in a scenerio where there isn’t much of it to start with anyway.”
Also one of the speakers made mention that a right to water means it would make expectations that governments could not deliver.
What are these people talking about?
Aspiration- A hope or ambition of achieving something: The object of such an ambition; a goal.
Right - A right is defined as something one can do. They are absolutely important for freedom of the people in that they provide a dividing line between the state and them.
Inalienable rights are right that are not capable of being surrendered or transferred without the consent of the one possessing such rights.
Everyone has the inalienable right to water. I think water and food should be top priority for human beings for the common well being for our species. In my opinon water, food and shelter should be free because of love we should have for each other. We pay $170 million dollars a day to private banks to pay interest on loans. we could use that money for water and food. The government should provide that service because they take enough money from us in legitimate and non legitimate taxes that could pay for everyone’s water food and shelter.
Jean Chriten said there is a crisis in India and China but never mentions of the different things people are doing to be able to take care of themselves and provide water.
Girja Sharan, a Hydrolic engineer finds a way of solving the drinking water crisis by collecting condensation with a technology he created to collect dew in high concentrations which is clean drinking water.
A quote from Girja “scientist and engineers who deal with water don’t deal with dew because they think it’s too small to worry about. I now argue and demonstrate that that view is incorrect. Dew is a supplemental source of drinking water.”
Please click HERE to watch video report on Girja.
There are also atmospheric water generators which make pure fresh drinking water from a simple dehumidifying and purifying process. So we do have the technology but some reason it’s being supressed, but why?
“Depopulation should be the highest priority of U.S. foreign policy towards the Third World.”
Dr. Henry Kissinger.
In 1974, the idea of using food as a weapon was introduced in a 200-page report ( http://wlym.com/text/NSSM200.htm ) by politician Henry Kissinger. The report, entitled National Security Study Memorandum 200: Implications of Worldwide Population Growth for U.S. Security and Overseas Interests, stated that food aid would be withheld from developing countries in need until they submitted to birth control policies that would effectively sterilize large numbers of the population to curb growth.
So in conclusion that is why there are droughts 20 miles from Lakes in Africa. This is a fake water crisis trying to manipulate us water rich countries to hoard the water and not allow water poor countries access to it and to supress technologies that can suck water out of the air. It could very well possibly be part of Agenda 21.
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