Nestle is one of the world's largest and most profitable corporations... but at what cost? Here the Chairman (formally CEO) Peter Brabeck clearly states the beliefs which drive his business and underlie global capitalism. He calls the idea that water should be a human right "extreme". He thinks water is simply a commodity, which should be privately owned and sold to people for profit - that something only has value if you can put a price on it. He also thinks that human activity provides "balance" to nature, that nature needs improvement, that organic produce is "not best", championing genetically modified food instead. He goes on to point out that the biggest "social responsibility" of a CEO is to ensure the profitability of the company. Rubbishing the concept of a 35 hour work week he states people should be working more not less. Finally he is confused that while people "have never had it so good" they go around as if "in mourning for something" - he says this while watching an asinine ad for cat food and then, without any hint of irony, shows a corporate video for a Nestle coffee factory which he commends as "highly robotised, almost no people".