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Drip, drip, drip.....

Today's headlines are screaming drought in Australia. Just the other day it was said that 73% of crops sown in Victoria will die. Bottom line there is a water-crisis in Australia.

In Phillips Adams' Late Night Live the other day he had a conversation with one of Canada's best known dissidents - author, feminist and water activist, Maude Barlow, about what she describes as the world water crisis. Barlow is an advocate for water rights, and a strong opponent of the worldwide trend to privatise water.

The conversation makes for fascinating listening - and the stats revealed by Barlow simply shocking. The time has come for the world to wake up to a crisis which will affect everyone, rich and poor.


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