The great concern that actually makes its appearance in these international institutions is the creation of a world market. In the planetary market of which some dream, man is no longer simply producer and consumer: He is a product as any other product. Man is produced according to the criteria of usefulness, interest, pleasure and solvency.
In some recent publications of these specialized institutions, the United Nations -- together with the World Bank -- directed greater and greater attention to the development of this planetary market.
The preferences of this market will determine whether or not a man is admitted to existence or permitted to transmit life. Man is truly nothing but a solvent individual, capable of consuming and producing.