Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura, Season 2, Episode 6 aired on truTV Friday night, alleging that the water of the Great Lakes and other sources around the world is at the mercy of greedy corporations and individuals like T. Boone Pickens plus China. Water is a must for life, and of course, with such a precious resource, it’s not surprising how it’s being used as a commodity for sale. Yet Season 2, Episode 6 of Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura detailed a massive Chinese plot involving America’s water. After watching this hard-hitting episode, you’ll never look at your glass of water the same way again.
T. Boone Pickens Expects to Make a Billion Dollars on Water, as Shown on Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura, Season 2, Episode 6
Environmentalist Lee Sprague meets with Ventura at Lake Mead, Nevada. He charges that in 20 years, only the wealthy will be able to afford water. Lake Mead is only at 40 per cent of capacity, and its level has been going down for years. He blames greedy corporations for taking the water with the help of governments, who re-sell it back to the public. Sprague is really worried about doomsday coming to the planet, and enlists the former governor to get the word out on Season 2, Episode 6 of Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura.
Investigator June meets with Sam Bozzo on Season 2, Episode 6 of the truTV show. Bozzo charges that water is being privatized around the world, including by two French companies, so it can be sold back to the locals. These rich elites have their talons all over the world’s water supplies. Bozzo says that dams are used in China to control the resource’s supplies, where villagers are cut off often from it. Todd Alcott, an activist, tells the Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura host on the Season 2, Episode 6 airing that rich elites like the Bush family bought up 100,000 acres of land in Paraguay, for it sits on top of an aquifer, which can be used for profit selling the resource back to the locals. And Billionaire T. Boone Pickens is drilling the Ogallala Aquifer under his Mesa Vista Ranch in the North Texas Panhandle. He doesn’t own the aquifer, but by law, if he gets to the water under his land, he owns it as charged on the program.
T Boone Pickens is seen on Season 2, Episode 6 of the truTV program, boldly claiming on Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura that he could make a billion dollars from his water schemes. Investigator Daniel meets C.E. Williams of the local groundwater district. It’s alleged that Dallas, El Paso, and San Antonio could be at the mercy of T. Boone Pickens in the future over water. His ranch, through political and legal machinations, was declared a “water district”, which gives Pickens the power of eminent domain to buy up land at will for his water pipeline.
What’s worse, one of Ventura’s insiders, Alex Jones, alleges that corporations want to put drugs in the water to keep people in line.
Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura, Season 2, Episode 6, Raises Concerns about Bottled Water
In Tuscon, June meets with Robert Glennon, who’s most worried about bottled water, which he charges isn’t well-regulated; and thus, who knows what we are drinking? Glennon says that the freshwater of the Great Lakes is the place to investigate. So Ventura meets author Dave Dempsey there. Dempsey charges that America’s water, including that of the Great Lakes, is being bottled, then shipped out on ships, which is legal. Michigan allegedly doesn’t charge royalties nor have any control of its water, according to Demsey. Perrier, owned by Nestle, is pumping water meant for Lake Michigan, but the pumps can’t be seen in the Lake Michigan area (because the pumping supply is from sources that lead to the Great Lakes allegedly). Low water in the Great Lakes area is visible.
On Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura, Season 2, Episode 6, the former governor goes to some Michigan woods with Chris Swier. There’s a private hunting preserve with the sign “Santuary”, which is shrouded with two fences, and allegedly is a pumping station (of water meant for the shrinking Great Lakes). Swier shows Ventura a “dead stream”, a result of this environmental scheming. Later, investigator Daniel and Donald Roy, an activist, go to the outside of Nestle’s bottling plant. Roy charges that 90 million gallons alone are being taken via one pumping site annually. At the plant, they are met by a company shill who doesn’t answer any questions, but instead sicked the law on them.
Season 2, Episode 6 of Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura Alleges the Chinese Are Poisoning Our Bottled Water While Hijacking America’s Good Water
In Washington, D.C., the host is confronted lobbyist Michael Deane, who represents The National Association of Water Companies. Deane doesn’t believe there’s a conspiracy to control the water, even though bottled water companies sell a gallon of water for over four bucks a gallon while tap water is roughly a penny per gallon. He squirms around giving any insightful answers about water for profit, other than admitting there’s “a public relations problem.”
But the biggest allegation was saved for last. Radiation exposure expert Leuren Moret says that uranium and lithium are in the drinking water, which is ultimately neutering the population (uranium is a hormone disruptor) and making people docile (lithium). The chemicals in the plastic bottles are hormone disruptors, which interact with the chemicals in the water, ultimately reducing birth rates. The water bottles are made in China, who Moret charges is coming to America to take our water via large 500 foot long bags that they tow across the ocean to recharge their own aquifers. Moret alleges the Chinese are leaving “the toilet water for us to drink” as they become more powerful and we diminish, as alleged on Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura, Season 2, Episode 6.
“The Great Lakes Conspiracy”, Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura, December 3, 2010, truTV