Jewish communism & economic war in Argentina: The Weird Kirchners who ruled Argentina – loved by the Jews!

[One of my American supporters has some good contacts in South America and he saw my recent articles about the Jewish scum in Argentina. See: Jew-infested Argentina’s economic crisis explained in five charts – My Comments: Jews & Hitler – http://historyreviewed.com/?p=10376 and Why is Jew-infested Argentina in financial meltdown? Central Bank interest 60% – http://historyreviewed.com/?p=10371

My American contact sent me the article you’ll see below about the female president of Argentina whose surname is Kirchner. I’ve been doing some digging to try to see what I can make of, and understand about Argentina and the Jews. The Pope comes from Argentina. Argentina is very Jew infested. The Pope’s best friend was a Jewish Rabbi and they used to have a TV show together. Argentina at a point had 300,000 Jews – which is a very large amount. That’s more than the 180,000 Jews we had in South Africa at its peak.

Argentina is in an economic meltdown, but the Argentinians, who have a very large white population, generally have been conservative and anti-IMF. The Argentinians seem to be generally sane and nationalistic and good. However, something really weird has been going on in Argentina over the last 20 years, and it seems to me the untold story is JEWISH.

In the article below, it mentions that in South America, the Jews are generally jittery! That’s a good sign. It means the people in those countries are sane. Some parts of South America are almost totally white – some of those Spanish countries! So it seems as if the whites there have been scaring the Jews somewhat in the past – a good sign.

But the Kirchners, are really strange. Argentina went into a meltdown, financially, in about 2001. Then along comes Néstor Kirchner who is president for 4 years.

It turns out that the Kirchners (husband and wife), were lawyers. Their customers are of interest: “The Kirchners worked for banks and financial groups which filed foreclosures, since the Central Bank’s 1050 ruling had raised mortgage loan interest rates.,[10] and also acquired 21 real-estate lots for a low price when they were about to be auctioned” (Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/N%C3%A9stor_Kirchner)

So the Kirchners definitely seemed to be in with the Jewish banks and financial people and they made lots of money. Here in South Africa Jews totally DOMINATE the real estate market. So it seems to me, the Kirchners were in with the Jews.

I can find no evidence of the Kirchners being Jews themselves, but I must tell you, the name Kirchner strikes me as very Jewish. Look at the photo at the top of Cristina Kirchner, from her wikipedia page. That face of hers has a lot of Jewish similarities in it, to Jewish women I’ve seen in South Africa.

But I cannot find a single link that states that either of them were Jewish. Perhaps they were Jewish and hid it well? Maybe. I don’t know.

So her husband was President from 2003-2007. Then in a very Clinton-like way, we see that she becomes the President of Argentina AFTER HER HUSBAND!!! How creepy hey?

Nestor Kirchner’s economic policies are interesting. He pretends to care for the poor, but in reality it seems only the rich benefited from his economic policies: “His policies were accompanied by a nationalist rhetoric sympathetic to the poor.[56] However, despite of the financial prosperity, there was no significant decrease in the number of people living in poverty, which was 8 to 10 million people, or almost 25% of the country.[57]”
Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/N%C3%A9stor_Kirchner

Nestor Kirchner died in 2010. During Cristina’s Presidency, there were some weird Jewy type of scandals and events: “Several corruption scandals took place and she faced several demonstrations against her rule. She was charged for low price sales of dollar futures, “The Rout of the K-Money” scandal, and was indited for obstructing investigation into the 1994 AMIA Bombing. In 2018, she was also indicted for corruption on charges alleging that her administration had accepted bribes in exchange of public works contracts.[5][6]

In 2015, Argentine federal prosecutor Alberto Nisman filed a 300-page document accusing Cristina Fernandez Kirchner of covering up Iran’s role in the 1994 bombing of the AMIA Jewish community center in Buenos Aires.[7] Nisman was murdered hours before he was due to testify against the former president,[8] which the Federal Court of Buenos Aires ruled as a “direct consequence” of Nisman’s accusations against Kirchner.[9] In 2017, Judge Claudio Bonadio accused Kirchner of treason and called on the country’s senate to permit her arrest and trial for allegedly covering up Iranian involvement in a 1994 bomb attack.[10][11] Kirchner is currently referred for public trial over alleged cover-up of Iranian involvement in 1994 Jewish center bombing.[12][13]” (Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cristina_Fern%C3%A1ndez_de_Kirchner )

When Cristina was elected President of Argentina, the Jerusalem Post ran this headline:
ARGENTINE, US JEWS APPLAUD AS ARGENTINA ELECTS KIRCHNER
“We were and will be supported by Cristina. She is publicly committed to us, she was at Jewish demonstrations and celebrations, and even spoke at Jewish events.”

The Kirchners were also close to the military in Argentina. But it seems to me, they were closely associated with the banks and the real estate companies. If the Kirchners were not Jewish, then they were definitely deeply and closely associated with them. I’ve looked at several photos of her as she has aged and she looks like a Jewess to me. I still lean to the theory that she and her husband were possibly Jews. But be that as it may.

After she left office, it seems as if there is some kind of economic war going on, to bring Argentina under globalist control if you ask me.

There’s definitely a LOT of creepy Jewish stuff going on in Argentina, and I think that is why the country has been unstable and in a type of nasty financial meltdown. I am wondering if a type of economic war is being waged against the Argentinian people?

So that’s all I can say for now. There’s just a LOT of CREEPY WEIRD JEW stuff that’s been going on in Argentina for about 20 years, and the dual Kirchner Presidency, has a Clinton/Jewy kind of weirdness to it. I think there’s a lot of creepy, Jewish weirdness in Argentina that needs some closer scrutiny.

SPECIAL NOTE: In the article below, the Argentinian military killed 30,000 enemies – and 10% of those killed were JEWS!!! I wonder if Jews were trying to foist communism on Argentina in the 1970s? Jan]

ARGENTINE, US JEWS APPLAUD AS ARGENTINA ELECTS KIRCHNER

“We were and will be supported by Cristina. She is publicly committed to us, she was at Jewish demonstrations and celebrations, and even spoke at Jewish events.”

BY LARRY LUXNER, FLORENCIA ARBISER / JTA
 OCTOBER 30, 2007 09:58

Lately, it seems nearly every time someone is elected president of a South American country – Nicaragua, Ecuador and Bolivia are among the most recent examples – local Jews express alarm. Not so in Argentina, where Sunday’s comfortable victory by Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner is being warmly welcomed by the country’s 200,000-strong Jewish community, the largest in Latin America. As predicted by the polls, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner – 54 years old and the wife of President Nestor Kirchner – avoided a runoff by winning 45 percent of the vote. In second place was Elisa Carrio, a center-left congresswoman, with 23 percent, followed by former finance minister Roberto Lavagna, with 17 percent. “The truth is that Cristina as well as the No. 2 candidate are both very close to the Jewish community,” said Alejandro Kladniew, director-general of the Buenos Aires office of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. “Relations with the Jewish community will be the same or better than now.” Fernandez de Kirchner, a senator with the long-influential Peronist party, has developed close relationships with Jews both in Argentina and in the United States, community leaders here say. Aldo Donzis, president of the DAIA, the umbrella political group of Argentine Jewry, told JTA he expects Fernandez de Kirchner will carry on the close relationship the Jewish community has had with the current president, her husband. “This is not going to be a new government in terms of issues related to Jewish community concerns,” Donzis said Monday. “We were and will be supported by Cristina. She is publicly committed to us, she was at Jewish demonstrations and celebrations, and even spoke at Jewish events.” Fernandez de Kirchner also visited Israel in 2005. Last May, Fernandez de Kirchner addressed the American Jewish Committee’s annual meeting in Washington and spoke about the Argentine government’s commitment to finding the perpetrators of the 1994 bombing of the AMIA Jewish community center in Buenos Aires. The AMIA bombing, the worst terrorist attack in Latin American history, is currently the focus of an investigation by Interpol. The Argentine government has formally accused Iran of orchestrating the truck bombing, which killed 85 people and injured more than 300. In a letter of congratulations to the new president, whose inauguration is scheduled for Dec. 10, the AJC praised Fernandez de Kirchner for denouncing the attack and for promoting better relations with the United States and with the Jewish people in general. “Citizens of your country have recognized your singular leadership qualities, indispensable to meeting the demands for social justice, respect for human rights and engagement in an increasingly interconnected world,” wrote AJC President Richard Sideman and Executive Director David A. Harris. Dina Siegel Vann, director of the AJC’s Latino and Latin American Institute, has met Fernandez de Kirchner on four occasions and says Argentina’s next president is a “very bright woman” with strong convictions. “She became a senator from Santa Cruz province long before her husband was involved in politics,” Siegel Vann said. “From the very beginning of the AMIA case 13 years ago, she was already raising her voice and saying there was a cover-up.” Sergio Widder, the Latin American representative of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, said Fernandez de Kirchner’s support for Jewish causes predates the launching of her national political career. “As a member of Congress, she was among the strongest critics of the investigation of the AMIA bombing, headed by former judge Juan Jose Galeano, and later she led the efforts that ended with his impeachment and dismissal,” Widder said. In winning Sunday’s vote, Fernandez de Kirchner became the first Argentine woman elected president. In the 1970’s, when Juan Domingo Peron died, his wife Isabel took office until the government replaced her, but she was never elected. After Sunday’s vote, critics charged that voter irregularities helped secure Fernandez de Kirchner’s election. Support for Fernandez de Kirchner was especially low in Buenos Aires, the country’s capital and the locus of its Jewish community, where she came in second to Carrio. Chile also has a woman president, Michelle Bachelet, who was elected last year. Larry Birns, director of the Council on Hemispheric Affairs, said Fernandez de Kirchner’s victory will “have a very positive impact on Argentina-Jewish relations” because of the Kirchner couple’s outspoken stance against Iran as well as against amnesty for generals and others who committed atrocities during the military dictatorship’s “Dirty War” of the 1970s. An estimated 30,000 political opponents – most of them young university students – were murdered or disappeared under mysterious circumstances during that period. Democracy was restored to Argentina in 1983. “Kirchner’s stand against amnesty for the military has had a direct impact on the Jewish community, because although Jews were only 1 percent of Argentina’s population, almost 10 percent of the victims of the Dirty War were Jewish,” he said. “Kirchner forced the Supreme Court to back down and take away amnesty for the military, and I think his wife will do even more than he did.” Birns said “the AMIA bombing is a permanent, poisonous cloud just sitting over Argentina’s relations with its Jews, and until this is resolved, they’re not going to feel safe – even though there’s no question Kirchner was far more responsive to the concerns of the Jewish community than [former President Carlos] Menem ever was.” In March, Fernandez de Kirchner flew to Caracas to address an event marking the 40th anniversary of CAIV, the umbrella organization of Venezuelan Jewry. Her links to that country’s estimated 12,000 Jews were especially appreciated in light of the recent hostility shown to both Israel and the United States by Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, whose country’s oil revenues helped bail out Argentina at the beginning of Kirchner’s term four years ago. Kirchner helped lift Argentina out of the country’s deep economic crisis in the early 2000s, when the country defaulted on some $80 billion in loans. Birns said he believes Fernandez de Kirchner likely will be a strong voice in Latin America, and that may help temper Chavez, who habitually slams the United States and the West and has strengthened ties with Iran. “Kirchner’s wife seems to be very foreign policy-oriented, and I think she will take a very strong position on hemispheric issues, if not global issues,” Birns said. “This will offer her an opportunity to influence Chavez in a more centrist manner.”

Source: https://www.jpost.com/Jewish-World/Jewish-News/Argentine-US-Jews-applaud-as-Argentina-elects-Kirchner

3 thoughts on “Jewish communism & economic war in Argentina: The Weird Kirchners who ruled Argentina – loved by the Jews!

  • 19th March 2019 at 12:29 pm
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    I pride myself on being able to pick out Jews by their appearance, and I’d bet my virgin arse on her being one.

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  • 13th December 2018 at 7:37 pm
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    She could be a poster child for a jewess, look at the features. The older they get the U G L I E R they get, if that’s possible.

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  • 13th December 2018 at 4:48 am
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    Fascinating and credible. Serious people must investigate Jews everywhere. I only recently found out about Jews in China; no doubt other people knew, of course. Brazil and India are two other coutries which deserve investigation. And of course Turkey and Arab countries.

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