Why Nisman was murdered in Argentina.

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    "Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman made headlines before his mysterious death last weekend by accusing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner of trying to cover up Iran’s role in the 1994 AMIA bombing in Buenos Aires, but there was another — more important — leader who was at the center of the deceased prosecutor’s probe: Iran’s president Hassan Rouhani.

    "In several telephone conversations and e-mail exchanges I had with Nisman over the past three years, the prosecutor told me that Rouhani was among the top Iranian officials who had “participated in the decision” to bomb the AMIA Jewish community center in Buenos Aires. The attack left 85 dead and 300 wounded, and was the biggest terrorist bombing in the Western hemisphere before 9/11.


    "According to my notes from those conversations and a detailed e-mail that Nisman sent me on July1, 2013, Nisman said that Rouhani was a top member of a special committee within Iran’s VEVAK intelligence agency, known as Vijeh, which in 1994 was overseeing secret operations abroad, including the AMIA bombing. Iran has denied any responsibility for the bombing...."

    http://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/news-columns-blogs/andres-oppenheimer/article7905459.html

    The above is from the Miami Herald in Florida.

    Although several Interpol warrants are outstanding against the actual planners of the bombing of the Jewish Center in Buenos Aires, Iranian President Rouhani knew of the attack beforehand. The Argentine government participated in a cover-up because of a deal to trade grain for oil. Iran has operations in six other small South American countries. It could be that Iran wanted Nisman dead and that the Argentine secret police carried out the order to protect the Argentine President, a Peronist. Juan Peron admired Mussolini and participated in the Odessa operation that settled Nazi war criminals in Argentina immediately after World War II.

    A CNN photo of the still unsolved AMIA (Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina) Jewish Community Center in Buenos Aires bombing in 1994:

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    California military historian Victor Davis Hanson in a column looking at the Democrat Party foreign policy wrote a paragraph about the collapse of freedom in Latin America:

    "In Latin America, chaos was likewise good. Hundreds of thousands trekked to El Norte once Obama rendered U.S. immigration law null and void and began issuing amnesties — the ingredients of a future political reordering of the American Southwest. Communist Cuba is courted, while the ongoing destruction of Venezuela is ignored, as are the democratic efforts of the handful of Latin American countries that still cling to a belief in consensual government rather than a dictator’s notions of revolutionary mob justice. The hope of the first decade of this century that the stability and prosperity of a consensually governed Chile might spread throughout the continent is mostly defunct."

    Read more at: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/424738/foreign-policy-community-organizing

    Of course, Argentina is a peculiar case in that fascism has nearly a century of dominance in the once wealthy nation. But it is hard to find the bright spots in Latin America as squalor seems to be spreading like the corruption in Washington DC.

    The Americas, the New World, once seemed to be mankind's brightest hope for freedom but now seem mired in the ways of the Old World and the abandonment of Western enlightenment for the barbarity of the Orient. The only bright place ever in the Orient was Israel and the Occident brightened only when it followed Jesus.
     
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