Argentina’s New President Javier Milei Has an Interesting Backer

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by Chris Black

Prior to entering politics, he spent 13 years working for Eduardo Eurnekian, the fourth richest man in Argentina.

This relationship reportedly had a heavy influence on Milei.

Milei’s first television appearances were on a station partly owned by Eurnekian.

According to the Financial Times “Several of Eurnekian’s former employees are part of Milei’s top team, including his rumored picks for interior minister and cabinet chief.”

Eurnekian is a Jewish-Armenian immigrant who is chairman of the Wallenberg Foundation – a Holocaust charity.

Milei has stated one of his first priorities as President will be to move Argentina’s embassy to Jerusalem, and has announced his first state visit will be to Israel.

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In the current year, his plan is to dollarize the economy?

To turn it over to Janet Yellen?

If Javier Milei is able to keep his promises, Argentina will be transformed into a looting operation similar to what we saw in Russia during the 1990s.

Oligarch power will increase considerably and keep Argentina trapped in the Atlanticist debt-interest slavery cycle.


Argentina is not planning to become a member of BRICS on January 1, Diana Mondino, senior economic adviser to the country’s president-elect, Javier Milei, told Sputnik Brazil on Monday.

The invitation to join BRICS was approved in August and extended to Argentina, Egypt, Ethiopia, Iran, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates. The current alliance consists of Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa.

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“I don’t know why there is so much interest around BRICS,” Mondino said, adding that it’s unclear how joining the group would benefit Argentina.

The candidate for Argentine foreign minister also said that the country’s government will “analyze” if joining the organization promises advantages.

Milei, who beat Economy Minister Sergio Massa in Sunday’s presidential runoff, had previously voiced opposition to joining BRICS. He has also expressed marked reluctance to support economic ties with China and Brazil while planning to work toward economic rapprochement with the US and Israel.


With Israel too, huh?



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