THREE AND A HALF CHEERS FOR ARGENTINA’S PRESIDENT FERNANDEZ DE ...

October 4, 2014 By Joseph P. Farrell

As regular readers here are aware, I seldom post videos to blog about, since they are much more difficult to reference and comment upon. But as today is Saturday, I hope readers will indulge me in posting a video from You Tube (which was shared with me by a regular reader here, Ms. K.M.) of Christine Fernandez de Kirchner, President of the Republic of Argentina. Her speech is about half an hour long, and worth every impassioned minute of what may be one of the most damning indictments of what the western system of international finance - and the American judicial and financial corruption at the heart of a whacko out of control not-based-in-reality foreign policy - have become, for while President Fernandez de Kirchner never mentions names, it is crystal clear who the main focus of her remarks is about. You may not agree with all of it, you may not agree with any of it; but in the end, I think you'll find it one of the most sobering indictments on diplomatic record in recent history. I will not, today, comment any further on her remarks. But I know many of you will have your own thoughts, and share them, I hope.

I won't say listen, and enjoy, but rather, listen "between the lines," and ponder carefully what President de Kirchner is saying, and I'll see you on the flip side...