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14 octobre 2007

Al Gore jete un froid… Environnement États-Unis Gauchistan

Vous voulez savoir comment gagner le prix Nobel de la paix ? Suffit de mentir en disant que vous agissez pour le bien des gens…

Al Gore

« I believe it is appropriate to have an over-representation of factual presentations on how dangerous it [global warming] is, as a predicate for opening up the audience to listen to what the solutions are. »

Ce n'est pas pour rien que cette semaine, un tribunal britannique a exigé que les écoles présentant le film d'Al Gore informent les élèves que le documentaire est un outil de propagande politique contenant de nombreuses erreurs scientifiques.

P.S.: Vous saviez que la maison de Gore consomme plus d'électricité en 1 mois que la maison d'un américain moyen durant toute une année


14 octobre 2007

Mondialiser l’Afrique Économie En Chiffres En Vidéos Europe International Mondialisation

"Is the problem here lack of access to clean water? No. Is it starvation? No. Is it lazyness? Definitely not. No, it's poverty due to lack of growth, due to lack of reform. Everything else is just a symptom of that. In fact, even the biggest horrors – famine and war – have political causes. No democracy has ever been inflicted by a famine, and no two democracies have ever made war on each other. Africa has been subjected by socialism, gangster rule and protectionism. Africa has not been too globalized; it has been too marginalized."

Extrait du documentaire "Globalisation is Good" de Johan Norberg. Voici comment les altermondialistes, le socialisme et la corruption appauvrissent l'Afrique…

Statistiques tirées du tout dernier rapport "Doing Business 2008" de la Banque Mondiale:

DoingBuseness

Notez que les pays riches ou ayant de fortes croissances économiques sont ceux qui ont créé un environnement propice aux l'entreprises privées.

Pour voir d'autres extraits du documentaire "Globalisation is Good":


14 octobre 2007

Naturalistes vs. Humanistes Économie En Citations Environnement Philosophie

Freeman Dyson

Extrait du livre "A Many-Colored Glass: Reflections on the Place of Life in the Universe" du physicien Freeman Dyson:

"Naturalists believe that nature knows best. For them the highest value is to respect the natural order of things. Any gross human disruption of the natural environment is evil. Excessive burning of fossil fuels is evil. Changing nature’s desert, either the Sahara desert or the ocean desert, into a managed ecosystem where giraffes or tunafish may flourish, is likewise evil. Nature knows best, and anything we do to improve upon Nature will only bring trouble.

The humanist ethic begins with the belief that humans are an essential part of nature. Through human minds the biosphere has acquired the capacity to steer its own evolution, and now we are in charge. Humans have the right and the duty to reconstruct nature so that humans and biosphere can both survive and prosper. For humanists, the highest value is harmonious coexistence between humans and nature. The greatest evils are poverty, underdevelopment, unemployment, disease and hunger, all the conditions that deprive people of opportunities and limit their freedoms. The humanist ethic accepts an increase of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere as a small price to pay, if world-wide industrial development can alleviate the miseries of the poorer half of humanity. The humanist ethic accepts our responsibility to guide the evolution of the planet."