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Save the Last Captive Polar Bear in Argentina

Originally published on July 25, 2014, at ForceChange.com

Target: Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, President of Argentina

Goal: Convince the people of Argentina to liberate their last captive polar bear from extreme heat and poor living conditions… 421 more words

Andrew Emett

Chicks Doing It Big AGAIN, AGAIN! Argentinian President Didn't Watch The World Cup Final That Her Country Played In.

Via Business InsiderWhen Lionel Messi and the rest of the Argentine World Cup team got home from Brazil, likely dejected after their loss, their president dealt them another cruel blow.   364 more words

Sports

Italian President Renzi Offers Support to Argentine President Cristina Fernández

Italy’s President Matteo Renzi has written a letter to Argentine President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, dated July 9, expressing his “satisfaction” with Argentina’s “willingness to continue paying its debt, which is a key point of great value for the international markets.” 156 more words

British Financial Empire

South American Socialist Economies: Argentina

Francisco A. Laguna & Jennie Linder Cunningham

Today, we continue with our 4-part series on South American countries that self-identify as socialist or that have certain socialist characteristics.  896 more words

Corporate / Commercial

The Women’s World Cup: It’s Dilma vs Cristina for the Win

In Brazil’s controversial, opening win vs Croatia in Sao Paulo, Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff was roundly jeered by her compatriots – at least those that could afford to be there in person to root for the home team. 641 more words

LaRouche: The Attack on Argentina Means the British Empire's Bail-in Policy Is in Full Play Now

American economist Lyndon LaRouche used the occasion of his participation in the June 23 LaRouche PAC Policy committee discussion, to issue a stark warning about what is at stake in the current vulture fund assault on the nation of Argentina, with backing from the U.S. 544 more words

British Financial Empire