It has long been rumored that water could become Blue Gold – i.e. something in short supply for which people would be willing to pay for.

One might ask how anyone could get the idea that an element covering 70% of Earth’s surface in liquid form, and as ice, vapor, and precipitation, are pretty much ubiquitous, would suddenly be in short supply similar to how so-called fossil fuels are claimed to be finite (which is not true).

A look at some ongoing trends in the biosphere, the idea that potable water one day might become scarce on a larger scale, is not that far-fetched.

If, or when, it happens, it will be the result of i.a. fracking (polluted groundwater) and weather manipulation where rain clouds intentionally emptied of the sea (as in the US west coast in recent years), but also acidification and poisoning caused by reckless and short-term industrial activity.

Some of the actors involved are the oil industry and the US military-industrial complex, which operates HAARP-installations which affects the atmosphere and its jet-streams as well as the global aerosol spraying program popularly known as chemtrails.

Slingshot

According to a documentary titled Slingshot , Dean Kamen, the inventor of mankind’s perhaps most uncalled for invention ever, the Segway, has now sought to patent a water purifier operating on the principle of distillation: unclean water is boiled and the water vapor collected and then cooled down into liquid form.

Normally, this process requires a lot of energy.

The advantage highlighted by the documentary is that Slingshot consumes less energy than a microwave oven, whilst producing 1,000 liters of clean water per day. It accomplishes this by implementing the concept of Vapor-compression evaporation.

It is at this point that the fog of mystery starts to envelope the situation.

At some stage of the development Slingshot, Coca-Cola entered the stage.

Perhaps it made some sense that a world-leading soft-drink producer becomes a large client to a company that sells equipment to produce potable water, which Coca-Cola needs a lot of for its production.

But this is not what happened.

Coca-Cola got into the game as a partner to Kamen and his company DEKA, which builds Slingshot.

The idea was to make Slingshot into an integrated part to make Coca-Cola an indispensable element to people, so fundamental that they cannot survive without it.

This is how Coca-Cola describes its concept “EKOCENTER – a catalyst for community growth”.

EKOCENTER is a modular community market that is run by a local woman entrepreneur and also provides safe water, solar power and Internet access.

Integrating Coca-Cola’s sustainability priorities of well-being, women and water, EKOCENTER focuses on communities that are without access to basic goods and services. It is an “off-the-grid,” modularly designed kiosk that becomes a hub of community activity by providing a place of commerce as well as safe drinking water, solar power and wireless communication. Other functionality that can be added to jump-start community development includes social facilities and entertainment; power generation for charging phones; cooling/refrigeration of vaccines; education opportunities; and much more.

In 2014, we placed 25 EKOCENTERs in Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Ethiopia, Ghana and Vietnam and in 2015 our goal is to place up to 150 additional units to prove out our business model.

Source: Coca-Cola

Readers who are familiar with the machinations of the powers that be, have no difficulty understanding how tremendously exposed a country is for the very survival of its citizens, when foreign multinationals can remotely monitor, manipulate and simply shut down their access to potable water.

Because, when looking under the hood of Dean Kamen’s patent, Slingshot is a lot more than just a simple water purifier.

Slingshot is monitored and controlled via satellites.

As such, Slingshot and/or EKOCENTER installations, are just sensor/control components of a centralized global network where Kamen, DEKA and Coca-Cola in real time monitors and controls the water at all its installations.

And why “Slingshot?”

According to Kamen, a Jew, he chose Slingshot since this was how David defeated he giant Goliath – with one blow.

But which giant is it that Kamen et al wants to defeat?

Water scarcity?

Human freedom and self-sufficiency?

Perhaps the answer to this question is why Coca-Cola decided to slap a solar panel on top of its EKOCENTER and try to foist it on the unsuspecting public through an intermediate called SOLARKIOSK.

Is there anyone out there who knows of or can design an easily replicable open-source prototype of water purification gadget based on the reportedly energy-efficient Vapor-compression evaporation concept, which would allow Africa (and the rest of the World) to lead their lives on its own terms – without being monitored and controlled 24/7 by a global elite?

Readers with feedback are invited to comment below.

Below, Kamens patent application…