Published On: Sun, Feb 2nd, 2020


Excerpt from “HOMO NATURA” 2017, pages 60-61

“States and multinationals are using our materialistic aspirations to exploit, without any regard, poor populations and rich ecosystems. A new type of colonialism is being pursued, invisible hands and under the masked face of the former colonial and slave powers, within a globalized market.

By preserving the impunity of multinational companies, by negotiating in into their advantage, for the opening up of territories and markets and for the implementation of destructive industrial projects, as well as for participation in their capital, these forces continue to control the supposedly liberated lands so that they can use their resources and raw materials. If their economic interests are threatened, these colonial powers do not hesitate to interfere in conflicts beyond their borders or to attempt to destabilize the governance of key colonized countries. 

They orchestrate the appropriation of power by the politicians who serve them, even dictators if necessary, train and arm fighters and incite civil wars. That is why we live in a time that undoubtedly knows the deadliest conflicts. 

According to the United Nations Environment Program, at least 40% of internal conflicts in the last sixty years have been directly linked to the control of natural resources, such as wood, minerals and fossil beds. 

The countries that are simultaneously involved in the most conflicts are the five permanent members of the UN Security Council, ie. precisely the people in charge of guaranteeing world peace. These are the United Kingdom, France, the United States, Russia and China. These countries are also the largest arms exporters in the world. “

(Translation from French)

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