Water Profiteers Have the Globe in Crosshairs
A Goldman Sachs report claims that water is the “petroleum for the next century”. GS is offering huge rewards for investors who know how to play the field in the developing water infrastructure boom. For example, in the United States alone, an aging water distribution and cleansing system will require massive investment in the next 12 years according to the experts. To make matter worse, statistics show that water consumption is doubling every 20 years.
Goldman Sachs advises investors to focus on high-tech applications in the water purification industry.
Stanford University professor Donald Kennedy claims, “There are 800 million people in the world who are food insecure. They can’t grow enough food, or can’t afford to buy it. This is a seismic shift in the global economy.” The idea is that water won’t be far behind.
The biggest threat to humanity during this century will be fear and ignorance based on theories designed to profit corporations and the power structure of a new global society. For years, science has demonstrated that water is continually recycled by the earth’s ecosystem. Now, the new word in ‘pop-science’ is that the global water supply is limited and running out. The latest word of wisdom is that the human race is on the verge of extinction.
Years ago, the media published a rash of articles about population control as the answer to the world’s problems. In essence, this ‘scientific view’ gives the nod to allow millions to die in order to “save the planet” instead of making reasonable use of available supplies of water or using available technology to purify water for drinking. This gives the human race permission to exterminate the less fortunate in the name of preservation.
Instead of making efforts to purify and reclaim water for safe use, the United Nations and world governments ship bottles of water to meet temporary needs. World government is ‘hand-out crazy’ because ‘hand-outs’ denote authority and power. The compassionate and effective policy is to help people to purify their own water and find ways to care for themselves. Instead, the agenda is to make the world dependent on the policies of power mongers and politicians. The answer is to distribute disposable supplies and have the United Nations beg for money like the Red Cross during a crisis.
As a result, nothing changes except the upward spiraling expense of dealing with temporary solutions and quick fixes while promoting bad news science fiction as fact.
Wall Street banking giant, Goldman Sachs holds that a catastrophic water shortage could prove an even bigger threat to mankind this century than soaring food prices and the energy reserve problems. Dealing with food, water and energy shortages is all about the money and whatever power that can be developed to keep the money coming.