Tag Archives: Nestor Kirchner

Argentina’s President Fernández: Leadership Means Understanding History, and “Distinguishing Between Strategy and Tactics”

On July 31, the day on which Argentina was forced into “selective default” by the murderous vulture funds and their imperial backers, Argentine President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner gave several speeches, on the occasion of signing agreements on the debt … 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: Political Leadership Must Confront the “Casino Capitalism” That is Killing People

In an Aug. 14 speech addressing the global economic crisis, and particularly the devastation of the Eurozone, Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner charged that what’s lacking today is the “political leadership” required to “confront those interests that must be … Continue reading

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EUROPE DOESN’T GET IT: “THE DEAD CAN’T PAY THEIR DEBTS,” ARGENTINE PRESIDENT WARNS

Speaking Aug. 2 at the Buenos Aires Board of Trade, celebrating the 158th anniversary of its founding, Argentine President Cristina Fernandez once more slammed European governments for killing their citizens through brutal austerity, recalling her late husband Nestor Kirchner’s 2003 … Continue reading

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Argentine President: To Defend the Nation, Go with FDR

In a May 16 speech in the Casa Rosada, Argentina’s presidential palace, President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner pointedly affirmed that had Argentina’s political class adopted the same policies in the 1930s that Franklin Roosevelt did in the United States — … Continue reading

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