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Argentina’s Partnerships With Russia And China Show It Is Not “Isolated From The World”

In reporting July 12 to the media on the nuclear energy agreements his government had signed with Russia’s Rosatom agency, Argentina’s Planning Minister Julio De Vido addressed the stupid assertion made by the British Empire’s Wall Street and London toadies … Continue reading

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Italian President Renzi Offers Support to Argentine President Cristina Fernández

Italy’s President Matteo Renzi has written a letter to Argentine President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, dated July 9, expressing his “satisfaction” with Argentina’s “willingness to continue paying its debt, which is a key point of great value for the international … Continue reading

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LaRouche: The Attack on Argentina Means the British Empire’s Bail-in Policy Is in Full Play Now

American economist Lyndon LaRouche used the occasion of his participation in the June 23 LaRouche PAC Policy committee discussion, to issue a stark warning about what is at stake in the current vulture fund assault on the nation of Argentina, … Continue reading

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Argentine Presidency Issues Full Page Ad Asking, Who Wants To Drive Argentina Into Default?

The Presidency of the Nation of the Argentine Republic ran a prominent, full-page color ad in the New York Times and Washington Post on Sunday, under the headline “Argentina Wants to Continue Paying its Debts But They Won’t Let it.” … Continue reading

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U.S. Supreme Court Sides With Vulture Funds Against Argentina

In a decision written by Aristotelean idiot Justice Antonin Scalia, the United States Supreme Court today sided with the bloodiest of vulture funds, including NML Capital, in their effort to use U.S. courts to discover everything about Argentine financial movements … Continue reading

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Argentine Congressmen Tell U.S. Counterparts: Sovereignty Comes Before Speculators

A 14-member delegation from the Argentine Congress, representing both government and opposition parties, came to Washington, D.C., this week, to organize support for Argentina’s battle to defeat the speculative “vulture funds,” on behalf of the common good of their nation, … Continue reading

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Argentine President Slams British, Western Hypocrisy on Crimea, Ukraine

Speaking March 17 in Rome following her two-hour private meeting with Pope Francis, and then on March 18 in a joint press conference with French President Francois Hollande, Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner harshly condemned the hypocrisy of the … Continue reading

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British Empire’s Financial Warfare Targets Argentina for Destruction

“Argentine Peso Fall Threatens Government of Cristina Fernandez,” screamed Friday’ London Financial Times , barely concealing its glee that the plummeting of the country’s peso by 15% over a 48-hour period between Jan. 22-23, might bring down the government of … Continue reading

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Ibero-America Echoes LaRouche’s Marching Orders

The discussion that Lyndon LaRouche has been leading over recent weeks, is that we must not only identify and dump the oligarchical enemy, but put forward the positive perspective of development. While the war to defeat the Anglo-Dutch Empire will … Continue reading

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Is London Running Wetworks in Argentina Aimed at President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner?

On Oct. 11, the Governor of Argentina’s San Juan province, Jose Luis Gioja, a close ally of President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, was badly hurt in a helicopter crash and is now in critical condition following two operations. A federal … Continue reading

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