Iran Loses Key Ally as Conservatives Take over Argentina – IOTW Report

Iran Loses Key Ally as Conservatives Take over Argentina


NationalSecurity– In a seismic defeat for Latin America’s left, conservative Buenos Aires mayor Mauricio Macri has been elected president of Argentina. While the transition out of leftist Cristina Fernández de Kircher’s tenure will hurt many of the nation’s questionable alliances, none appears more fragile now than the ties Kircher fostered with the Islamic Republic of Iran. read more 

5 Comments on Iran Loses Key Ally as Conservatives Take over Argentina

  1. Talk about living a nightmare, Argentina has been destroyed by REgressives over the past century. Especially in the last 30 years and that’s something considering the destruction the Perons caused in the early 20th century.

    Yet still, 46% of the electorate voted for the same shit sammich they been eating for a 100+ years.

    I had an Argentine tenet back in the day-built up a huge vending machine business-worked his ass off-saw him numerous times asleep at his desk having worked all day and just too tired to drive home, great guy-man did they eat a lot of meat!

    Anyway, a couple Nubians attempted to rob him once as he carried cash, mostly change, and one pulled a gun which he proceeded to wrestle away from the Nube and smacked him on the head as the Nubes vacated the truck.

    He told after facing up to the death squads and secret police in Argentina, this shit was nothing.

    Little guy too.

  2. I’m not so sure this was a sea-change in Argentine politics. Wasn’t Kirchner suspected in the murder of a special prosecutor about to indict her in a cover-up? Could be the Argentine’s decided that a corrupt murderer as President didn’t convey the right image for the country.

  3. You can thank Juan Peron for creating the conditions for Argentina’s ongoing economic downfall. Prior to 1940, there was a saying “as rich as an Argentinean” to describe someone being very wealthy.

    But Peron was a National Socialist and his resditributive economic policies robbed the well-off Argentineans and destroyed the country of its economic engine.

    Interestingly, a Leftist economist extensively interviewed Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez before he died a well-deserved painful lingering death. The Leftist concluded that Chavez’s policies were exactly the same as Peron’s but couldnt bring himself to say Chavez was a National Socialist (Nazi). Instead, he used the term “Socialistic Nationalism” to describe Chavez’s policies.

    Peron was a Nazi, Chavez was a Nazi. And National Socialism is just one of the four main branches of Socialism: Fascism, Communism, Progressivism, National Socialism. All four are evil and lead to tyranny, corruption and murder.

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