Is working people entitled to water?

vickylass By vickylass, 3rd Jan 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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It may sound obvious that people need water to live, but some folks don't seem to agree on this.

Is working people entitled to water?

According to doctors and nutritionists, all of us have to drink two litres of plain water everyday. that is, a bit less than four pints. There's no excuse. We need it and we can't claim that we don't drink much water, but we drink beer, wine, tea, coffee or juice. It's plain and clear water what we need. Stay four days without drinking any water at all and you'll dehydrate till you die.
Besides, we need water to make tea or coffee. We need it to cook, to shower or to wash clothes. It's a basic human right and need. Wherever there's no water, there's no life.
Why do I say what I guess many people know, already?
I say this, because I've recently seen a post on social networks about an Irish man who claims that working people aren't entitled to water. I can't remember his posts within the Irish government, but it doesn't matter so much. He's got few posts and he's also a billionaire. Or so it was shown on FB.
He's a billionaire, right and some of us already know that few billionaire guys aim to wipe working people off the Earth. They've started to cut down on social services that working people are going to need some time or another and, now, one of them comes up with such a thing.
No, mister. You're wrong. Working people are fully entitled to water as well as any other resources on Planet Earth.

(C} Copyright. Vicky Pino. January 3rd., 2015.

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Billionaire, People, Resources, Services, Water

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