La Guerre des Nations unies contre la science

Kofi Annan, le Secrétaire général des Nations unies déclarait récemment que la recherche mondiale et les avancées scientifiques sont marquées par certaines inégalités. Remarquant que les pays en développement investissent bien moins dans la recherche scientifique et produisent bien moins de scientifiques, Kofi Annan mettait en garde contre le déséquilibre qui en résulte dans la distribution géographique de l'activité scientifique et qui crée des problèmes pour la communauté scientifique des pays en développement et pour le développement lui-même. Il a invité les chercheurs et les institutions scientifiques internationales à résoudre cette inégalité pour permettre à tous de bénéficier des avancées scientifiques.

Quel humanisme ! Quel esprit ! Quelle hypocrisie !

Les Nations unies sont censées surveiller les Droits de l'homme, dont le plus élémentaire est le droit de se nourrir. Quand les Droits de l'homme sont en danger, cela vient dans la plupart des cas du dénuement total dans lequel les gens vivent. Un facteur qui contribue à cette pauvreté est l'incapacité des populations à se nourrir correctement. La mission de l'ONU devrait porter sur l'autosuffisance en matière de production alimentaire pour tous. Au lieu de cela, l'intérêt égocentrique des bureaucrates de l'ONU empêche de fait les populations pauvres d'améliorer leurs conditions de vie et même de survie.

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