This is part of the book “Stéphane Foucart et les néonicotinoïdes. The World and disinformation 1“.

Over the course of these arguments, I noticed that the corpus contained a very significant dose of misinformation. We saw 48 points total in the reasoning. Among them, 37 were false or misleading.

Rather than doing the exhaustive analysis (which would be extremely long, this chapter already being a hundred pages long), I deepened 3 blocks which are extremely important in the story it tells:

  1. The fable of counterproductive pesticides.
  2. The delay in regulatory response caused by industry influence.
  3. The myth obviousness of the ban on NNIs on beets.