Originally posted on Starship Earth: The Big Picture:
In 2012, Bolivia kicked Coca-Cola out of the country. Now, India is ordering them to shut-down. Who will be next to give Coke the boot? -LW
Coca-Cola has been ordered to shut down operations in a city in India for using too much water and violating pollution laws, but the company seeks to keep business running as usual. Just like its heavy funding against the GMO labeling campaigns here in the U.S., Coca Cola is proving itself to be a corporate behemoth with no care whatsoever for its customers.
The groundwater level in Mehdiganj village has gone from safe to ‘over-exploited,’ and Coca-Cola doesn’t care if the village water supply runs completely dry. Villagers continue to protest as their wells dry up, all due to the Coke plant operating there. Farming sustainability and crop health is also suffering due to this irresponsible water use by Coca-Cola, but take no heed – they…
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Originally posted on OK, Fine.:
InforWars can be difficult to figure out.
Sometimes host Alex Jones has good points, sometimes not. Watching it is like a game to figure out what is true and what is not.
Many of Alex Jones’ conspiracy theories may or may not be speculative. However, he has made some good points about police brutality.
Originally posted on Ace News Services 2014: