What company do you always get irate while talking or thinking about? Maybe it's their terrible service? Maybe they ruled you off once. Maybe you don't like their political stance on something.
It seems like everyone has that one business that really irks them. What's yours?
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If I had to name one single company, it would be Nestlé. Sadly, that's even a company of my own country. Though there are a few others like it, Nestlé is easily one of the most evil companies on the planet. It is not just active here in Europe but also in the US, Canada, east Asia and all over the world. They sell tons of different things, mostly related to food. The variety goes from cereals over ready-made tomato sauce to milk powder for infants. Often when you don't know for sure who produced a certain, food-related product, there's a good chance Nestlé is somehow involved.
Now, what's actually evil about Nestlé? Well, there would be tons of crazy stories to tell about this company but the most insane one involves water:
The CEO and head of Nestlé, Peter Brabeck (a multi-billionaire by the way) has publicly stated that in his opinion, fresh water is a commodity, not a human right. Under his lead, Nestlé is buying up hundreds of small water sources all over Africa and central Asia. If they can't get the water sources because the local village people protest, Nestlé bribes their governments with fishy deals. Because Nestlé is a multi-national, ultra-powerful company, they always get what they want, one way or the other. Once they own the water source, they take it away from the local people and fill the water up into bottles which they sell for a price that almost none of these poor farmers and craftsmen can afford. Nestlé then ships these water bottles to Europe or America and sells it as "local water" at a very low price. Due to this policy, thousands of families in poor countries have died and are dying every year, including hundreds of little children. They die a very slow and horrible death because they simply can't find any water anymore for their animals or themselves. It's like Nestlé coming to your house and saying "you can't drink from your tap anymore, this water now belongs to us. And don't even think about going to your neighbors because their water also belongs to us". So maybe you would ask them "Okay, how am I supposed to live without any water?" and Nestlé simply goes like "Hey, we don't give a fuck if you live or die, we just want the money". Several human rights' organizations have tried to fight Nestlé legally but Nestlé has billions of dollars and the very best lawyers.
In fact, Brabeck (the CEO) even admitted that he believes that poor people "have no intrinsic value" and thus their death is insignificant. He has also once said1