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Do You Believe Water Should Be Managed By The Private Business Sector? One Former CEO Thinks It Should Be [POLL]

I’ve said it before and I will say it again; it’s only a matter of time before someone wants to sell the air we breath. Although we may not be that close, there is one CEO who thinks Water is not a public resource, anymore.

Due to the rising population in the world, former Nestle` CEO Peter Brabeck, says that Water should not be a public right.  Brabeck thinks that people are not responsible enough today to manage our water resources and he believes it’s time for water to be managed by the private business sector.

Although Brabeck no longer holds the position of CEO he is still a part of day to day operations for Nestle acting as chairman on the Board of Directors.

I saved you some pain of having to watch the following video since it’s in German but I did read all the sub-titles and yes, he does in fact think water should not be a public right.

So, what do YOU think?  Please take a minute to answer the poll and keep checking back for the results.

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