Ok. What is so controversial about what he is stating? He's a CEO. He stated his philosophy of his job is to be profitable. That makes sense. Water should have a value so people know that it isn't a infinite resource. Makes sense.
The only point of contention is how that is put into effect. Basically, who controls that supply. I didn't hear him say he wants exclusive control of it and if he is attempting this via political ways I would have some issues. I don't feel any company should have exclusive rights to anything (hello monopoly). If they did the market and people cannot have fair prices for supply and demand. That is the check and balance of capitalism (in its pure form).
But otherwise, everyone is extrapolating and even the video title is manipulative in trying to illicit outrage and defensive reactionism.
People need to stop feeding into that trap.