One could think that one of the essential lessons of the health crisis that we are experiencing was to consider that health should require all the necessary economic efforts of the State. More than that, in front of the mercantile drifts and the policies of massive deforestation and ecological disturbances, nature and the animals at the heart of the spread of the pandemic had to be integrated into the global system of protection of our planet in great danger. Public good, common good, any form of life cannot escape the law ensuring the general good. Under these conditions, it became clear how important the veterinary profession was to understand the changes in the pandemic. Thus, this summer, a mutation of the virus observed on mink in farms in Denmark led indefinitely to the destruction of 17 million animals as a principle of health precaution… Besides the execution of tens of thousands of chickens in The Netherlands, to prevent the spread of bird flu. There is an urgent need to rethink the place of animals and their exploitation in the chain of profitability and maximum productivity. The four public veterinary schools in France are well aware of this and also train in this perspective. Now, on the pretext of the law on the programming of education and research, a senator LR, Sophie Primas, and a senator from LaREM, François Patriat, have tabled amendment 22 bis which allows private institutes to train veterinarians, causing the profession to be amazed. It is useful to know that it is a group, Unilasalle, specialized in the food industry, which supports the project and of which the senator is part of the board of directors. In addition to the obvious conflict of interest, the amendment, supported by the chambers of agriculture led by the president of Unilasalle, is a victory for the lobbying groups of large companies who will thus be able to intervene directly in the training of veterinarians and guide them. towards the acceptance of forms of breeding, animal feed, favoring profit over knowledge, profitability over well-being, money over the common good. Is this the world after? The sacking of one of the jewels of public education, of the university, the hold-up on the profession of veterinarians… What obscurantist night is taking us to the extreme center? Too bad, the money has to come in, the new vets… like sheep?