Bechtel’s Take-over of the Bolivian Water – THE CORPORATION 18/23 Expansion Plan

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18. The beginning of the fight for the world’s most important resource: water. In Bolivia, privatization makes water unaffordable for many of its citizens and the resulting protest turns violent when the military opens fire.

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4 Responses to Bechtel’s Take-over of the Bolivian Water – THE CORPORATION 18/23 Expansion Plan

  1. Lorraine Davis says:

    the ego of Bechtel is amazing. It’s really defines insanity. They own the rain?

  2. Aron Fidell says:

    There’s good info here. I did a search on Google, Keep up the good work mate!

  3. visionvine says:

    Yes, the obsession with power is incredible. This economic foreign policy consequently displaces large numbers of indeginous populations. It is only natural that the people follow the resources. Those resources end up in the U.S. Thus, they emigrate here.

    It is unjust to remove the people from their land in order to extract their resources, then try them as criminals when they arrive here and accuse them of stealing or benefits and exploiting our good nature.

    The logic is flawed in that US economic policy. It strives to move capital freely accross borders without considering the consequences to its people.

  4. visionvine says:

    Aron, thanks for your support.

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