China Stealing U.S. Water Supply

China Stealing U.S. Water Supply

Detroit : MI : USA | Dec 04, 2010 at 12:52 AM PST
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Jesse Ventura's weekly series "Conspiracy Theory" just exposed a plot to steal U.S. water. Sounds outrageous, but they had aerial photos of large yellow barges filled with drinking water from the United States, being dragged to China.

The Chinese built the world's largest hydro-electric power plant, and they use our water to power it. They dump our water in their own reservoirs, where it is either diverted for power, or filled into plastic bottles made in China. Then the water is shipped back to us where it is sold under various labels.

And apparently, there are chemicals in the bottled water and we have no control over any of it. The only solution is to stop using bottled water and soda, or any drink that comes in a manufactured bottle or can. And make no exceptions.

We're switching right now to filtered tap water and iced tea, made at home.

Our rivers and lakes are being drained, leaving dead zones, where the wildlife dies and the remaining water is heavily polluted and undrinkable.

Nestle is apparently pumping water from the source that supplies the Great Lakes, because pumping from the Great Lakes is illegal. And of course, no one can guarantee what exactly is in the bottled water. And Perrier is not bottled in France. I had heard this about Nestle before, but they must have a great public relations company.

The Bush family purchased a large underground water source in South America, because water is now more profitable as commodity, than oil.

Jesse questioned Congress, which of course, led absolutely nowhere. I don't even know why we bother with these people. The only way to stop this, is simply stop buying bottles and cans filled with anything drinkable.

slhodges is based in Phoenix, Arizona, United States of America, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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