Discussion in 'World News & Debates' started by YoTengoUnLCD, Apr 26, 2013.
What do you think about this, guys?
Let's privatize air next.
Hmm, I bet as the CEO of Nestle he doesn't have billions of potential revenue dollars at stake here. This is sheer idiocy.
This is totally ridiculous.
There'll be water shortages pretty soon, so he's capitalizing on it. If you think about it, nuclear war is the only solution to humankind's problems.
You're so edgy bro
Insult and condescension has no place in debate.
Oh sorry, I didn't know "let's kill everybody" was a valid argument
Have fun dying of dehydration in a horrid, clogged world where gooks in Asia and niggers in Africa steal all your water, instead of being bombed or enslaved.
You're right, nuclear waste has a good way of filtering water and making it safe to drink.
I don't even wash my clothes with water until it's been triple uranium filtered.
I bet you're just a scream at dinner parties.
That's just stupid :rolleyes1:
Video blocked in germany, but old news here anyway.
I agree with Kakkun. Air should have a value aswell.
that guy should deserve an nobel price for retardation
We should also privatize thoughts and ideas. Oh wait...
It will never happen. When it came to legalising COPA the entire world rebelled against it. And this was about something we can live without (one could argue our lives would be better without).
Corporations and the likes want to control but they are not stupid enough to think they can tax the most important (and free in nature) substance we need. Unlike food which has to be gathered and processed water is used it its normal form. Should they decide to do something like this we'll probably have a global governmental overthrow. Too many people will die of thirst if they can't pay for their water and even the retarded redneck won't let that happen.
That's just absurd.
But, like experts predict, water shortage is going to be one of the biggest problem of humankind.
OT: this is just stupid
I have already privatized all air around that jackass.
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