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Water ~ Should it be Traded on Wall Street?

 
Bodhi Sita
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Water ~ Should it be Traded on Wall Street?
On December 8, 2020, several media sources reported that fresh water started to be traded on Wall Street as a commodity such as gold and wheat. This comes as water scarcity is increasing in California and many parts of the world and as we near a global water crisis. A water crisis is worrisome enough, yet more alarming is the fact that our Mother Water will be controlled by a privileged group of people who will determine its value to the world.





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"In July of 2010, the General Assembly of the United Nations, in Resolution 64/292, explicitly recognized the human right to water and sanitation and acknowledged that clean drinking water and sanitation are essential to the realization of all human rights. Access to fresh water and sanitation as a human right should not be linked to market prices. Access to fresh water and sanitation is to be respected, protected, and fulfilled as a human right by all levels of government, businesses, and civil society. Water conservation needs to be emphasized now in the agroindustry more than ever before. We can live with less meat, less soy, less almonds, less wine but we cannot live with less water.


Water is essential for life, access to fresh water is a human right, and most importantly, water is sacred. Water is life."


Mitakuye Oyasin~


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"As Indigenous Peoples of Abya Yala (the Americas), we have seen how our territories were turned into private property for the benefit of settlers and their governments. Although we might have lost our livelihoods in certain cases, we are resilient and we continue asserting our rights to collective lands and land protection. This time, we cannot stand by as Mother Water becomes one more commodity on the capitalist market. It is not right. New Zealand, Ecuador, and Bolivia in recent years have passed groundbreaking legislation giving personhood status to bodies of water as well as securing additional protection for nature. In India, there have been legal attempts to consider the Ganges and Yamuna Rivers as legal persons in an effort to combat pollution. In 2016, the Colombia Constitutional Court found that the Atrato River basin possesses rights to "protection, conservation, maintenance, and restoration."


This link goes on to talk about all of the conflicts and fighting that has taken place over the privatization of water.
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01/30/2021 09:46 PM
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Most of it is from reverse osmosis = Piss water. They can have it.

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01/30/2021 09:47 PM
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There are already Water Electronically traded funds.

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01/30/2021 09:56 PM
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Look at the legal mayhem it would create.

Minnesota allows a pipeline to sell fresh water from lake superior. Wisconsin sues.

MN says we'll only take water from our part of the lake.

BOOM!
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There are already Water Electronically traded funds.

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 Quoting: Justice4all


infrastructure?
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Look at the legal mayhem it would create.

Minnesota allows a pipeline to sell fresh water from lake superior. Wisconsin sues.

MN says we'll only take water from our part of the lake.

BOOM!
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You ever seen Tank Girl?
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01/30/2021 10:19 PM
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Look at the legal mayhem it would create.

Minnesota allows a pipeline to sell fresh water from lake superior. Wisconsin sues.

MN says we'll only take water from our part of the lake.

BOOM!
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That water most likely is collateral to China. All the states around the Great Lakes are libtard demons from hell, with lots of Chinese influence with the governors

The GATT treaties give them the right to export natural resources from any country just like the USA. There will be a war over that water. I suspect that’s why they let water levels get so high, it’s a commodity
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01/30/2021 10:22 PM
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They need to start trading LIES on Wall Street.

OUTRIGHT LIES.

That'll teach'em.
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Re: Water ~ Should it be Traded on Wall Street?
Look at the legal mayhem it would create.

Minnesota allows a pipeline to sell fresh water from lake superior. Wisconsin sues.

MN says we'll only take water from our part of the lake.

BOOM!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78071322


That water most likely is collateral to China. All the states around the Great Lakes are libtard demons from hell, with lots of Chinese influence with the governors

The GATT treaties give them the right to export natural resources from any country just like the USA. There will be a war over that water. I suspect that’s why they let water levels get so high, it’s a commodity
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Good Point.

The resource wasn't managed well for the existing people in the world...and now privatizing it will blow any attempted balance out of the water.

Pun intended.
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