Global water tensions on rise –
Ramtha: water will become more valuable than gold

– “U.S. Intelligence Report Warns of Global Water Tensions”
“The American intelligence community warned in a report released Thursday that problems with water could destabilize countries in North Africa, the Middle East and South Asia over the next decade.”

“Increasing demand and competition caused by the world’s rising population and scarcities created by climate change and poor management threaten to disrupt economies and increase regional tensions, the report concludes.

Prepared at the request of the State Department, the report is based on a classified National Intelligence Estimate completed last October that reflected an increasing focus on environmental and other factors that threaten security,” quoting Steven Lee Myers in the New York Times.
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“Water Risk Threatens Businesses, National Security”
“One of climate change’s biggest impacts is on water systems. Unreliable water can impact both corporate bottom lines and jeopardize natural security, as two recent reports [from the Natural Resources Defense Council & the National Intelligence Council] point out,” quoting Erica Gies, Contributor to FORBES, Independent environment reporter, founder of posted April 10, 2012.
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– UPDATE: November 12, 2013
“The world’s ten most polluted places of 2013”
Read more from Green Cross, Switzerland.

– UPDATE: November 20, 2013
“What 11 Billion People Mean for Water Scarcity”
By Tia Ghose, Live Science.
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– Ramtha: water will become more valuable than gold
1. “Water, water, water — it will become more valuable than gold. I asked you to put up three great commodities: land, gold, and water. I also asked you to put up food because at the time it remained untainted. Once upon a time, a great chicken stew preserved would be healthy in times ahead. Now it is poisonous, riddled with bacteria and supergerms.”
– Ramtha
Yelm, WA
From Ramtha Afternoon – October 9, 2010.

2. “Never curse the rain. There will be a day from whence you have come that you will open your mouth and beg for it, for water will become more valuable than gold.”
— Ramtha
Yelm, WA
Excerpt from: Ramtha – February 20, 2007.

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