Skip to comments.Why Nisman's Killing In Argentina Matters To The U.S.
Posted on 01/23/2015 12:08:31 PM PST by IBD editorial writer
Years ago, Henry Kissinger dismissed Argentina (or sometimes Chile, depending on the version) as "a dagger pointed at the heart of Antarctica."
In 2015, things are a bit different.
It's not that this country has anything to teach us about economics, other than what not to do. But a lot of vital news is emanating from that country from the new Argentine pope to, perhaps even more pointedly, the aftermath of the shocking death of Argentine special prosecutor Alberto Nisman, which has special relevance to our war on terror and confrontation with Iran.
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In other words somebody got Casino treatment
“Nisman’s findings were so powerful he was called to testify before the U.S. Congress, but he was undercut by Kirchner’s widow, now President Cristina Fernandez, whose minions said such testimony wasn’t part of his official duties. They managed to silence him before he could speak and not for the last time.
Back in Buenos Aires, Nisman found that there was a reason Fernandez didn’t want the truth to get out about Hezbollah in our hemisphere: She made a deal with Iran to allow their killers all in high-ranking positions in Iran to walk free, in exchange for a trade deal to buy Iranian oil in exchange for sales of Argentinian grain.”
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The long reach of Hizbollah/Iran has had decades to develop from their capabilities when carrying out the largest pre 9/11 terror attack in the hemisphere. Now active throughout Central America, including our southern border where they cooperate with the cartels.
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