Argentina’s new president Javier Milei participates in Jewish ceremony and declares support for Israel.— Clash Report (@clashreport) November 26, 2023
Milei expressed his desire to study Jewish sources and supported Israel’s right to defense.
He condemned Hamas “terrorism” and defended the return of the hostages.
Newly elected Argentinian President Javier Milei, last month:— Charles Weber (@CWBOCA) November 20, 2023
I dont go to Church, I go to Synagogue.
I dont follow a priest, I follow a Rabbi.
I learn Torah.
I’m known internationally as a friend of Israel.
In addition to aligning with the US and Israel, I want to move our… pic.twitter.com/M04HYkBr0e
Argentina’s newly elected WEF puppet president Javier Milei waves Israel’s flag pic.twitter.com/uimLOubi4R— HOT SPOT (@HotSpotHotSpot) November 20, 2023
Argentina president elect Javier Milei waves Israeli flag and not Argentina’s flag after winning the election, an indication that he puts Israel before those that voted for him.— AthousandBrains ? ? ?? (@1AthousandBrain) November 20, 2023
Zionists captured another country by the balls. pic.twitter.com/aKlyKFqO7p
Javier Milei (As “General Ancap”) pic.twitter.com/eJgzVWFRq8— Dripped Out Economists (@DrippedOutEcon) August 17, 2023
?? Milei: “If I become president my first trip would be to Israel.” ? pic.twitter.com/vaGx4BgKmk— COMBATE |?? (@upholdreality) November 20, 2023
I don’t know what to think of Javier Milei.
Tucker Carlson interviewed him in September.
When he lost the first round of the presidential election in October, I thought he was done. He came across in the Tucker interview as a highly eccentric true believer in libertarianism. The economy of Argentina was in shambles with an inflation rate of 143%. It made sense to me why in the context of decades of Peronism and economic decline why populism could take the form of General AnCap down there. In lots of Latin American countries, rebelling against the establishment is rebelling against socialism. My initial charitable take was that Argentines are desperate and that his only job was tackle inflation.
Anyway, he won the runoff in a landslide by Argentine standards last week. We learned that he has a rabbi and attends a synagogue. He aspires to become Jewish. He wants to align Argentina with Israel. He wants to move the Argentine embassy to Jerusalem. He waved the Israeli flag after he won the election. He has said that he plans to visit Israel in his first trip abroad. He is attending Jewish ceremonies now.
Today, I assume that he will make good on his promise to implement a bunch of free market reforms consistent with his libertarian AnCap ideology. I also assume that Jewish vultures are circling, poised to take advantage of the situation and will swoop in and plunder Argentina like Russia and Ukraine. I think he will move the embassy to Jerusalem. I also think Argentina’s economy will get worse and there will be a swift reversion to the norm like in Brazil after Lula defeated Bolsonaro. Neoliberalism has been tried a bunch of times in South America including in Argentina at various points in the postwar era.
Are you noticing a trend?
Flamboyant Zionists with bad haircuts and populist rhetoric (Trump, Boris, Milei, Geert) are winning elections. They are riding waves of middle and working class resentment over immigration, inflation or loss of national sovereignty to power. They present themselves as outsiders and rebels against mainstream conservatism. Once in power, they fail to deliver and exhibit a bizarre obsession with Israel. Trump, Boris and Bolsonaro have already lost elections. Giorgia Meloni has been similarly underwhelming.