A World Without Water

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  1. Hi Craig,

    Yeah. I provide all water infrastructure here from collection, storage and distribution. In addition to this I also have to maintain my own drainage systems and process my own wastes. I don’t get a cent from the government for this and there is little incentive for people living in this situation to implement anything beyond the bare minimum, because of the huge cost.

    I chose differently however, because of the three Permaculture ethics of earth care, people care and return of surplus.

    But, the corporatized water board has the cheek to send me an annual water bill, which is legally enforced (as it was challenged in the courts).

    Corporatisation is not a recipe for equity.

    Chris

  2. It fascinates me that they can charge you for water you’re not using. I would just keep refusing to pay and challenging it until they got the message. Infuriating.

  3. Thank you Craig for sharing this info.

    I respect those who share the knowledge of the divine and do understand we are all trying to survive or fight this corporate society. So why do we judge those who see it’s there right to charge for what is already divine? Do we not charge for what is divine? Example knowledge! Our intention might be different, but if we preach about unity and community then we should also involve all humanity in the change. If knowledge was shared freely, would there not be liberation throughout humanity? Is this not the reason why we ended up in this situation in the first place, from knowledge been with held from humanity.

    If we choose to play a game designed and implemented by corporations. Is it not there right to implement rules and laws if you chose to play? What does this mean? We have chosen to play by the crown/corporation rules when our parents made out our birth certificate. This certifies that you are a slave to the game/system until proven otherwise. So if we choose not to play the game then we must not use the games devices; example; roads, water supplies, transport, list goes on. Or if we chose to take over the game then we need to remove the crown and corporations out of government. The change must be done within ones self. The first step in playing any game is to learn how to play the game. Meaning we must learn the law of the divine and the petty laws of man that govern all humanity, before we take action. If all beings only learned that the purpose of life on earth is to live in love = unity = community. Lets learn from our mistakes, with compassion. Without mistakes there would be no goodtakes ;)

  4. Yes water is the staff of life without it we die as many have found out in the desert regions of Australia you can’t suvive without good clean drinking water but we pee in it, we poo in it we wash our cars,our houses our driveways and anything we think is socalled dirty without a thought of where it comes from but as soon as someone says privatise it everyone screems you cant do that its a gift from god well all I can say is youve abused gods gifts for centries wake up conserve it where ever you can harvest it store it and in cities dont let it run down the road and out to sea save it for all those nice green public gardens and lawns that are mostly being watered with drinkable water what a waste.

  5. didnt they try to charge people for water in a country not that long ago?
    Greed should be nipped in the bud as it begins not sensationalised

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