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It is often said of the infox that it does not conform to reason, to common sense. Creationism or ufology, for example, refute certain scientific truths and prefer hypotheses without any other basis than the overflowing imagination of their creator. It is tempting when one feels on the margins of the dominant culture to adhere to fanciful information, to propagate it, even to invent it. </p><div> <p><span><span><strong><u><span>In the program</span></u></strong></span></span>
Interview with Stephane Francois, historian of ideas and professor of political science at the University of Mons in Belgium, who has just published “The rejection of the West”, published by Dervy.
“No, the Breton variant is not an invention”, Sophie Malibeaux’s chronicle. Like every last Friday of the month, in partnership with the Public School of Journalism in Tours. This week, Sophie Malibeaux and Thomas Hue took an interest in the infox circulating around the Breton variant of the coronavirus.
The delegate of Senegal to UNESCO, indicates that “from the age of 70, 9 out of 10 people affected die from the coronavirus”. The available data contradict this. Verification made by Valdez Onanina ofAfrica Check in Dakar.
Source site www.rfi.fr