Vultures loss of control over Argentina drives them Wild!

Original image by Marc Aert - modified by CNLib / freedigitalphotos.net *

Original image by Marc Aert – modified by CNLib / freedigitalphotos.net *

…a small group of financiers runs the rest of humanity,
a group known as ‘vulture funds,’
obtained debt instruments at absurdly low prices… (1)

¨the Argentine Senate passed by a vote of 39-27
the proposed bill for a new debt swap, that will take place
outside of U.S. jurisdiction(2)

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“Judicial Colonialism”: Court order stating Argentina had to pay predatory vulture funds

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Argentine President Fernández de Kirchner “and Finance Minister Hernan Lorenzino have vowed never to pay the vultures, characterizing them as predators that speculated on Argentina’s debt in 2001-2002, refused to participate in the restructuring, and are now trying to extract payment of the full face value of the bonds they purchased at pennies on the dollar.”

“The vulture funds are a “strange species [located] on the margins of the financial system …”  (1)

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China: Now the biggest trade partner of Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Peru

Wen Jiabao, Chinese Premier (2007) / Wikimedia Commons *

“In the past decade trade between the U.S. and Ibero-American countries doubled, but the trade between China and Latin American countries grew 17 times over.”   LaRouchePAC

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Greece & Argentina: same Plot – same Cabal behind the scenes

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“Greece today should do what Argentina did a decade ago: better to endure pain and hardship, and sort out the mess made by your politicians in connivance with international bankers on your own, wielding whatever shred of sovereignty you still have than allowing the Banker Vultures sitting in Frankfurt, New York and London decide your future.”
Adrian Salbuchi

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Argentine President Launches Atucha II Nuclear Reactor

Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner

“Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, president of Argentina and wife of the late Nestor Kirchner, delivered this rousing patriotic speech on September 28, 2011 at the activation of the Atucha II nuclear power plant. Cristina passionately re-affirms her husband’s commitment to the defense of the sovereignty of Argentina, and celebrates science, industry, and the creative powers of her citizens as the driver of Argentina’s economic future.” LaRouchePac Continue reading

Argentine President Slams IMF Murderous “Idiocy and Stubborness”

Presidente Cristina Fernández de Kirchner / Wikimedia Commons *

those directly responsible for Argentina’s 2001 failure, and today’s in Europe and the United States, are still trying to force the world to swallow the same medicine”  Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, President of Argentine

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