General conclusions among occult researchers agree Nestle’s logo (as are at least 100 more global corporate logos) reference Satanic symbolism derived from Egyptian mystery schools. Note: Nestle’s has participated in at least the 2011 Bilderberg Conference and likely more. (linked further below) Please note two letters “e” which represent the ubiquitous “all seeing eye”. Wikipedia, which is controlled, says otherwise. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eye_of_Providence However, because Satanic tenets reverse good to evil, and because all major corporations are controlled by generational satanic bloodlines, Nestle PR should be disregarded. Nestle’s objective of privatizing global water provides additional confirmation of true objectives. In addition, pyramids formed by normal and reversed letter N spawn capstones represented by horizontal lines over both “eyes”. Finally, Nestle is listed among food processing companies linked using Senomyx, or aborted fetuses. http://birthofanewearth.blogspot.com/2012/02/aborted-human-fetuses-being-used-for.html
Yet, amidst California’s growing thirst, bottled water companies are still pumping and packaging water from the San Bernardino National Forest … in California. How is it that a state so drought stricken can afford to pass water supplies to bottled water distributors? Simply put, they can’t (and possibly didn’t even know it was happening). (They know but we’re not supposed to. Nestle is a major corporate entity, one of the largest in the world. As mentioned yesterday, they and all other major global corporations operate with little or no oversight. Laws and regulations are made to be finessed or broken. Corporate welfare personified is an apt description. In any case, Nestle’s CEO Peter Brabeck, says water in not a public right, and reverses his position whenever convenient. Here’s a quote and two relevant links. Please consider reviewing as many informational links as possible when determining personal conclusions.)
“Activists say that Sacramento officials have refused attempts to obtain details of Nestlé’s water used. Coalition members have addressed the
Sacramento City Council and requested that Nestle’ either pay a commercial rate under a two tier level, or pay a tax on their profit” http://www.globaltruth.net/?p=4770 (Brabeck was on the Bilderberg attendee list in 2011https://stevenjohnhibbs.wordpress.com/2011/06/10/bilderberg-2011-official-attendee-list-of-global-elite-st-moritz/ and Nestle has participated in past Bohemian Grove “retreats.” What else is there to know?)
A recent investigation in the Desert Sun found that Nestlé Waters North America has been pumping water from this pristine streams of this national forest with little to no oversight by the U.S. Forestry Services. While Nestlé has held the rights to extract water from this national park for years, their official permit to transport water from the stream to their bottling plant expired in 1988. Between 1988 and now, tens of millions of gallons of water have been drawn from this stream annually and sold under the Arrowhead 100 percent Mountain Spring Water label. Although Nestlé asserts that they do monitor water levels and the impact on local wildlife, it seems more than a little irresponsible to leave this task up to the company that profits from exploiting this natural resource.