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    Frontrunner in Argentina’s presidential elections calls China an “assassin,” points to the country’s LACK OF FREEDOM

    08/21/2023 // Ramon Tomey // 20 Views

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    Javier Milei, currently the frontrunner in Argentina's presidential elections, has called China as an "assassin."
    He made this remark during an interview following his unexpected victory at the South American nation's Aug. 13 primary elections. The conservative-leaning Milei shook the country's political establishment after receiving more votes than the ruling Peronist coalition and a pro-business opposition bloc. If the independent Milei gets elected as president in October, it would generate shock waves across a region largely ruled by leftist leaders.
    Milei told Bloomberg News on Aug. 16 that he plans to freeze relations with China once elected. He expounded: "People are not free in China. They can't do what they want and when they do it, they get killed. Would you trade with an assassin?"
    Under the leadership of paramount leader Xi Jinping, the Chinese Communist Party typically silences dissidents with lengthy prison sentences. Beijing has been accused of detaining more than one million members of the Uyghur minority inside concentration camps at China's western Xinjiang region. While the U.S. has called the campaign a genocide, Chinese authorities have downplayed criticisms by calling the camps "vocational training centers."
    Severing ties with Beijing could have serious trade repercussions for Buenos Aires. China is the second-largest buyer of Argentine exports, and the South American nation's trade deficit with Beijing could widen if the latter stops imports.
    Moreover, China provides a crucial $18 billion currency swap line with the Central Bank of Argentina (BCRA) that is being used to pay the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The BCRA has been increasingly reliant on the currency swap to support the Argentine peso. In July, Buenos Aires used Chinese yuan to repay some of the money it owes the IMF amid a dwindling supply of the U.S. dollar. (Related: Move over USD: Argentina uses Chinese yuan to settle IMF debt.)

    Wang Wenbin, spokesman for the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said at an Aug. 17 press briefing that Milei "would have a completely different conclusion as to the freedom and security in China" if he visited.
    Milei wants to sever ties with China, pull out of Mercosur trading bloc

    Aside from severing ties with China, Milei also promised to pull out of the Mercosur trading bloc. The bloc established in the early 1990s lists Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Brazil and Venezuela as its five core members. However, Venezuela's membership status was suspended in 2016 for failing to comply with Mercosur's rules.
    Beset by internal divisions, the group has struggled to implement a free trade deal with the European Union agreed four years ago. Milei did not hide his dissatisfaction with Mercosur, disparaging it as "a customs union of poor quality that creates trade distortions and hurts its members."
    The Argentinean presidential frontrunner has reiterated his blanket refusal to do any kind of business with "socialists" from inside and outside South America. Thus, he lumped Brazil – Argentina's biggest trade partner currently led by leftist President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva – in the same category as China. Milei also called Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro a "dictator."
    Milei's animosity toward leftist leaders also extended to Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Chilean President Gabriel Boric and Colombian President Gustavo Petro. Incidentally, these three countries are the top economies of Latin America.
    But Milei doesn't care, saying: "I don't have socialist partners." In contrast, the candidate described his relationship with former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro – Lula's predecessor – as "excellent."
    The candidate also put in his two cents on the 2024 elections in the U.S., where former U.S. President Donald Trump is leading in polls for the Republican Party nomination.
    "That's up for Americans to decide," said Milei, who isn't keen on being compared to the real estate mogul-turned-chief executive. His remark followed a question about whether he would like Trump to return to the White House.
    Visit CommunistChina.news for more stories about China and its relations with other countries.
    Watch Javier Milei denouncing the socialism that has infected Argentinean society in this interview with America 24.

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    Argentina’s President-elect Javier Milei says country won’t join BRICS group… instead, he will embrace the collapsing DOLLAR

    11/25/2023 // Ramon Tomey // 2K Views


    Tags: Alberto Fernandez, Argentina, BRICS, Bubble, currency, currency crash, currency reset, dedollarization, Diana Mondino, dollar, dollar demise, economic riot, finance riot, Javier Milei, market crash, money supply, Resist, risk


    Argentinian President-elect Javier Milei has done a complete 180 on Buenos Aires joining BRICS, saying the South American nation won't be joining the five-nation group.
    Diana Mondino, senior economic adviser to Milei, confirmed this development to Sputnik Brazil on Nov. 20, a day after Milei won the country's second presidential runoff. She told the outlet that Argentina was not planning to become a BRICS member come Jan. 1, 2024. The nation's prior request to join the group was approved in August – alongside those from Egypt, Ethiopia, Iran, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
    "I don't know why there is so much interest around BRICS," said Mondino, who is Milei's candidate for foreign minister in his cabinet. She added that it remained uncertain as to how joining the group would benefit Buenos Aires. Nevertheless, Mondino remarked that the government will "analyze" if joining the BRICS would reap rewards for the country.
    The conservative Milei had previously expressed opposition to joining BRICS unlike his predecessor, outgoing Argentinian President Alberto Fernandez. He has also voiced hesitancy to support economic ties with Russia and China – two of the BRICS core members. Instead, Milei has striven to establish ties with the U.S. and Israel.
    "I'm not going to push for deals with communists because they don't respect the basic parameters of free trade, freedom and democracy; it's geopolitics," Milei said in August. He added that "some countries are not along those lines." (Related: Frontrunner in Argentina's presidential elections calls China an "assassin," points to the country's LACK OF FREEDOM.)

    Despite this, Milei pledged not to interfere with Argentine businesses involved with BRICS member countries. He has also vowed to "dollarize" Argentina's economy – which contrasts with BRICS' goal to wean itself off the U.S. dollar.
    A Nov. 20 report by Bloomberg said Milei has promised "shock therapy" to address Argentina's embattled economy. The South American nation is presently dealing with its worst economic crisis, with inflation surging 60 percent over the past year alone.
    Making matters worse is Argentina's $44 billion debt, which is due to be paid to international bondholders and the International Monetary Fund next year. Martin Castellano of the Washington, D.C.-based Institute of International Finance said the country will need "a big current account surplus amid a stabilization plan" to tackle the arrears.
    Fernandez touts benefits of joining BRICS

    In August, Fernandez described the opportunity to join BRICS as a "new scenario" for Argentina. His comment followed Moscow's acceptance of Buenos Aires' request for membership.
    Fernandez earlier expressed hope that Argentina will become a full BRICS member. "We are enthusiastic about the prospect of coordinating policies that enhance the agenda of the countries of the global south," said the Argentinian leader. "We aspire to be full members of this group of nations."
    The outgoing Argentinian president also cited several reasons why the country joining BRICS is a productive prospect.
    "We are safe and responsible food suppliers, recognized in the field of biotechnology and applied logistics technology. This means that we are not only capable of producing and exporting food. We also know how to provide services and train specialists, so that other countries can increase their productive efficiency and thus improve the quality of life of their inhabitants."
    Visit Dedollarization.news for more stories about the BRICS group.
    Watch this Russia Today report about the BRICS group opening up to new members.

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    Argentina’s President-elect Javier Milei says country won’t join BRICS group… instead, he will embrace the collapsing DOLLAR – NaturalNews.com
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