Obama Refuses to Bail Out the People of Detroit
Obama has taken American taxpayer funds to bail out the privately owned General Motors. Obama has helped himself to the same pot of money and has devastated this country by bailing out key Wall Street businesses (e.g. Goldman Sachs). However, when it comes to helping 700,000 residents of Detroit, they are not worthy of an Obama bailout, even when their health and their very lives are being put in danger by severe third world economic conditions that are currently present in Detroit.
Beware of the UN Trojan Horse
In Detroit, it has not taken long for the unholy reach of CPS to involve themselves into the business of child-snatching when the water is shut off. CPS has immediately moved to take children from their parents for the crime of being poor. The U.N. Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, Leilana Farha, has even expressed concern over the involvement of CPS.
Not to worry, the United Nations has promised to intervene in the Detroit water crisis. The U.N. High Commission on Human Rights special rapporteur on safe water and sanitation, Catarina de Albuquerque, is in possession of a mandate which dictates that she must directly intervene with the U.S. government, first in a confidential manner and then in a public manner.
Examples of UN NGO Involvement In Previous Water Crises
Bolivia, in 2000, is the poster child for what happens to a country when it lets the UN and its partner, the World Bank, convince governmental leaders to borrow money to fix its water issues. The Bolivian case in point is exemplified by the fact that the country borrowed money from the predatory World Bank in order to fix its water issues. The World Bank brought in Bechtel Corporation to fix Bolivia’s water issues, however, Bolivia predictably defaulted on its World Bank loan obligations and their water supplies went into receivership as prices skyrocketed by 400%. Further the Bolivians lost the right to trap rainwater and reuse irrigation water.
How long will it be until the globalists have to bail out the American economy while we continue on our trek towards unsustainable debt? When America’s economy falters, the bankers, armed with their central bank printing presses, will come to the rescue. The price for their intervention, judging by what happened in Bolivia, will be the total control over our infrastructure. Collecting rainwater and purifying stream water to drink, have already become illegal acts. As the UN has recently called for, all water will eventually be obtained through the public private partnership corporations and you can bet, as history has set the precedent, the price of water will get very expensive.
Draconian Water Policies Are Present In the US
States like Colorado, Utah and Washington have already made it illegal to trap rain water and use these resources for such purposes as drinking and irrigation.
The Bolivian water experience is already underway in the United States. Did we really think that this was only going to happen in Bolivia? Similar projects are underway in Manila, Pakistan and San Francisco. Yes, this is correct; Bechtel now has a contract with San Francisco’s city government to upgrade the city’s water system. Bechtel employees are working side by side with city workers in a privatization move that people-in-the-know fear will lead to an eventual take-over of San Francisco ’s water system and create a fiasco similar to the one in Bolivia.
It is not just Detroit that is in trouble. St. Louis, Cleveland and Pittsburgh are just a few of the several aging communities that are in severe financial stress. Soon, these water practices are going to be visited on many American cities.
“what is the ulterior motive, or at least the commonality of interests between these corporations in financing WHI’s expansion? At least three strategic outcomes can be observed: (1) self-dealing (profiteering), (2) political and cultural commodification of water, and (3) advancement of a self-proclaimed ‘new global architecture’ for corporate control of water.”
Dave Hodges is the Editor and Host of The Common Sense Show.