Hans Vogel exposes Javier Milei as merely a pawn for the American Empire, whose main objective is to hinder Argentina’s potential membership in BRICS. The voters of Argentina have decided that 53-year-old Javier Milei is going to be their next president. He will be the first unmarried president since 1916 when Vicente Yrigoyen was elected. Like Yrigoyen, whose nickname was
This is a very sobering, pessimistic view of developments, although I fear Mr. Vogel may be right (his experience in Argentina is undisputed). Milei is entirely too pro-Zionist to be trusted. Still, might this not be a small step in the right direction? Plus, there is the *possibility* that economic reform might pave the way for other, deeper, reforms needed to protect Argentina from predatory elites.