CNN cries for Argentina

By Stefano Pozzebon, , Abel Alvarado and , CNN
Javier Milei has won Argentina’s presidential elections in provisional results, wrenching his country to the right with a bombastic anti-establishment campaign that drew comparisons to former US President Donald Trump – all against the backdrop of one of the world’s highest inflation rates.

His rival Sergio Massa conceded the run-off vote on Sunday evening in a brief speech even before official results were announced. “Milei is the president elected for the next 4 years,” said Massa, adding that he had already called Milei to congratulate him.

Provisional results so far show Milei with over 55% of votes (13,781,154) with more than 94% of votes counted, according to data from the country’s National Electoral Chamber, which has not yet declared an official winner.

Milei’s victory marks an extraordinary rise for the former TV pundit, who entered the race as a political outsider on a promise to “break up with the status quo” – exemplified by Sergio Massa.

Milei, a social conservative with ties to the American right, opposes abortion rights and has called climate change a “lie of socialism.” He has promised to slash government spending by closing Argentina’s ministries of culture, education, and diversity, and by eliminating public subsidies.

Similarities to Trump have not gone unnoticed in the United States as it prepares for its own presidential elections. Milei succeeded in attracting attention not only because of his political style – including wielding chainsaws and raging outbursts – but also because of the novelty of his positions and eagerness to upset the status quo…

11 thoughts on “CNN cries for Argentina”

  1. Funny, I have more faith in the integrity of Argentine elections than I do those of the USA. I get a sick feeling every time I think of the odious machinations of November 2020. 🤮

    Congrats Mr Milei. May you spread truth (ie: reality, God’s revelation) wherever you go. May the angels keep guard over you and your cabinet. May you influence the entire southern American hemisphere for good. May you stick it to the globalist, climate alarmist, gender-bending, baby-killers oppressing your people.

    St Martin de Porres pray for us.
    St Rose of Lima pray for us.
    All South American saints pray for us.

  2. While I am happy to see the Peronists out of office, and also, while any enemy of Bergoglio taking power is an improvement, I urge caution. There’s something about Mieli that comes across like a creepy hybrid of Boris Johnson, Donald Trump and Elon Musk – two of which played along with and fully-enabled the covidism act of terror, and the later of which reeks of something satanic and sinister.

    Until we have a global restoration of Catholic and Orthodox monarchies, we’re not in good hands. Democracy does not work. It is a rotten fruit of freemasonry. If I may borrow from Ann B…

    Democracy or representative democracy beyond the local level simply does not work. Stupid people should have say over their own lives and households, but stupid people should NOT have a say or vote over any system that affects other people. The ugly truth here is that there are within the human population, spectrums of intelligence, practical ability, management skill, psychological fitness and moral fitness. The higher the level of governance, the more of these qualities leaders must possess, and a leader or leaders at the highest level should possess ALL of these qualities in abundance. Today, the world is literally being run by people who are mentally and functionally retarded, with many of them being sociopaths, psychopaths or at the very least, diabolical narcissists. The current political order will never, ever, ever fix any of this. Anyone who promulgates hope in “elections” is bearing false witness, no matter what their motivations.

    1. The reason politicians act like professional wrestlers is because it is a show. These tough guy personas are a performance. The masses then think they are voting out the establishment. If they really were these people would be assassinated. The media puts on the act that the establishment is worried.

      Do any of these tough guys ask for the arrest of WEF members? Do they arrest people like Tedros, Gates and Fauci for committing crimes against humanity?

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    Very true. A corollary to this is that people who take more in welfare than they pay in taxes should not be allowed to vote.

    Alexander Fraser Tytler wrote:
    “A democracy cannot exist as a permanent form of government. It can only exist until the voters discover that they can vote themselves largesse from the public treasury. From that moment on, the majority always votes for the candidates promising the most benefits from the public treasury with the result that a democracy always collapses over loose fiscal policy, always followed by a dictatorship.”

    Well, yeah. Exactly.

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