Monday, October 13, 2008

How Do You Keep Water Burning Cars Off the Market, to protect Big Oil?"Failure to address the water problem will result in food scarcity. Water scarcity is no longer an environmental issue. It is a national and international security issue that can not be ignored."

That is the final line from the article by the "World Business Council for Sustainable Development"...the article being called "Another Inconvenient Truth-The Water Crisis" The link is broken.

This is from the "Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy":

Forum calls for global tax to save water

Published March 23, 2005
Source BusinessWorld, MANILA, PHILIPPINES
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GENEVA -- Hundreds of activists appealed for a global tax on water and the creation of a "world water parliament" to protect its distribution, at the closing of the Alternative World Water Forum Sunday.
The two-day forum's goal is to "promote the creation of a world public service for water" through a series of concrete measures, said Bastienne Joerchel of a Swiss charity group. 

The forum proposed introducing a one-cent tax on water worldwide, which would avoid having to use private funding for the distribution of water. 

A global water parliament -- expected to hold its first meeting in Brussels next year -- would establish the rules to assure the equitable distribution of the vital resource. 

About 1,200 people from around the globe and 150 non-governmental organizations participated in the forum that opened last Friday, including the former Portuguese president Mario Soares, co-chairman of the meeting held ahead of Tuesday's World Water Day. 

The United Nations will launch Tuesday its global campaign called "Water for life," which aims to cut by half the number of people worldwide who do not have access to drinking water by 2015. (by population reduction?)

The forum also adopted an action plan for the recognition of water as a human right, its use for the common good, and called for public financing and democratic control of the resource

Riccardo Petrella, a professor at Lugano University in Switzerland, called for water to be excluded from the negotiations at the World Trade Organization on the liberalization of services, and said the World Bank should stop requiring the privatization of water as a condition for granting loans. -- AFP

Rev. 6: 5. When He opened the third seal, I heard the third living creature say, "Come and see.'' And I looked, and behold, a black horse, and he who sat on it had a pair of scales in his hand. 6. And I heard a voice in the midst of the four living creatures saying, "A quart of wheat for a denarius, and three quarts of barley for a denarius; and do not harm the oil and the wine.''

If you have read the Post from Wed. Sept.10, 2008 titled The Timing of the Rapture, Pre/Mid/Post-Trib?, you know I believe the Black horse with the rider holding the scales of commerce in his hands represents the "Money Men" who own everything in common, by capitalistic means, but want to plunge us into global socialism in order to exert MORE control over YOUR pocketbook.

Did the prospect of cars running on water scare them? What if they will be refused controlling interest? The world suspects that Big Oil has managed to squash other innovations to date, and the eyes of the world are watching Big Oil like never before... so what do you do? (if you aren't quite ready to launch your end game of totalitarian dictatorship under the Anti-Christ?) Limit personal and family water consumption legally! Yeah! That's the ticket! Make it illegal to even draw out too much from your OWN WELL! Rain barrells will probably be taxed out of existance!

Keep watching. This is going to catch a lot of folks completely off guard!

UPDATE: Aug.10, 2012 Like We didn't know it would happen...go HERE.
Also go here.

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