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Discussion in 'News / Current Events' started by Revmitchell, Sep 30, 2015.
Thanks for the update on Christina!
I have a thread in politics on why Nisman was murdered (Cristina finally admitted that he was murdered--perhaps by her secret police, whom she reorganized shortly after Nisman's murder.) I think that Nisman was murdered by Cristina's secret police to cover up Iranian and Peronist complicity in the 1994 bombing of the Jewish Center in Buenos Aires.
The attack by Iran resulted in some red warrants being issued by Interpol for high-ranking Iranians, most of whom have diplomatic immunity. Nisman, murdered in his bathroom with his own 22 pistol after the Argentine police withdrew from the area around him, connected Iranian President Hassan Rouhani to the Iranian conspiracy to bomb the Jewish center. Most of the victims were Jewish children.
As for Kirchner, she is probably telling the truth because there have been other stories about Iran's attempt to buy uranium in Argentina. However, she is a typical Peronist, a polite word for fascist, as in the Peronist Pope. Her husband's regime and her own regime have been reigns of terror. The Peronist President of Argentina in 1994 deposited ten million dollars from Iran in his personal bank account in Switzerland. In the broader sense, Kirchner is loosely allied with Cuba, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, and Nicaragua--the so-called Bolivarian republics schooled in KGB tactics by Russia and Cuba to repress their civilian populations and moving towards communism and attack their neighbors in attempts to expand their territories.
Peronists have always hated the USA so it is no surprise that Cristiana would seek to embarrass the foolish Obama administration while playing to her party in Argentina and trying to prop up her own unpopularity. However, to say that the Peronists are estranged from Iran is so laughable that one wonders how Cristina could imply such an idea at the UN. The Argentine government made a deal to trade grain for oil in return for seeing that Iran would never be held accountable for the terrorist attack against Argentine Jews--sitting ducks in the fascist state that sheltered Nazi war criminals.
One of the keys to understanding Argentina is that Juan Peron took one of the richest countries in the world, imposed fascism, and rendered Argentina one of the poorest countries in the world. Hating America in Argentina is as old as the start of Juan Peron's fascism.
Finally, remember that the "Bolivarian" republics are clients of Iran, Russia, and China; and Argentina needs Iran to prop up their almost one century of socialistic failure.
There are three strikes against Argentina and Kirchner.
Apparently the US government confirmed the story about the attempted purchase of uranium.
Here are the three strikes against the Peronist governments of Argentina.
1.. In March 1992, Iran bombed the Israeli embassy in downtown Buenos Aires. The government of Argentina said that they were surprised and unprepared for such a terrorist attack. I think 29 people were killed.
2. In July 1994, Iran bombed the seven-story Jewish center Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina (AMIA) in downtown Buenos Aires. 85 people were killed, mostly children and some passersby on the street.
Here are the facts as are known. The then President of Argentina, Carlos Menem botched the investigation, for which he is now under investigation at the age of 85 but as a current member of the federal Senate, he has some immunity. Menem is thought to have been paid $10,000,000 by the Iranians.
The next President of Argentina, Nestor Kirchner, husband of Cristina Kirchner who accused the US in the UN, launched a new investigation of the AMIA bombing about 2004. He appointed a Jewish prosecutor, Alberto Nisman, who happened to be extremely competent. Nestor Kirchner died in 2010 of a heart attack. Nestor helped Nisman with the full resources of the Argentine government, including the aid of Antonio Stiusso, head of the Secretary of Intelligence, who wiretapped many officials about 2007. Stiusso fled Argentina this year and may be in Miami.
Unable to try Iran in absentia under Argentine law, Nissman obtained red alerts (warrants) on five high-ranking Iranians from Interpol. Those red alerts still stand.
Meanwhile, Cristina sent her Minister of Foreign Relations Hector Timerman to a secret meeting with Iran in a small Syrian town. A Memorandum of Understanding was produced and item # 7 called for the red alerts at Interpol to be null and void when the Memorandum of Understanding was ratified by both countries. Nisman had learned from the wiretaps that Cristina received cash transfers from Iran through the communist government of El Loco Hugo Chavez. The cash transfers were at least once delivered by Venezuelan military officers in the amount
3, Nisman went on TV on a Friday to say that he was going to testify on Monday before Congress. He was murdered at home on Sunday.
There is more but Cristina will be replaced as President by elections this month.