Jeff Rense Radio Show - 2017.12.05
Jeff Rense Radio Show - 2017.12.04
By Michael Warren and Natacha Pisarenko / overgrowthesystem.com
American biotechnology has turned Argentina into the world’s third-largest soybean producer, but the chemicals powering the boom aren’t confined to soy and cotton and corn fields. They routinely…
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President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner touched some delicate issues in her direct critique to Obama chairing the United Nations Security Council meeting in September 2014.
September 26, 2014
"Concluding her UNSC remarks, Fernandez called on those governments that possess sophisticated intelligence capabilities to start addressing questions such as, who finances ISIS? Who provides them with training and weapons, and buys their oil, allowing them to accumulate enormous…Continue
Mr. Hornberger chides the citizens of Argentina who fall for the government propaganda that businesses are responsible for inflation because they raise the price of goods and services in his recent article. Ref. http://fff.org/2014/03/18/the-governments-inflation-scam/ . He then berates their government controlled schools for not educating the people.…Continue
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Britain could not reclaim the Falklands if Argentina invades, warns General Sir Michael Jackson
Will Prince William's tour of duty reignite simmering Falklands dispute?
By Jack Rees, NBC News
LONDON -- As Prince William prepares to head 8,000 miles from home to serve as a helicopter pilot in the remote Falkland Islands, the traditional "Rule Britannia, Britannia rules the waves!" refrain seems rather far-fetched.
Britain's naval fleet was once twice the combined size of its two closest rivals. But austerity cuts have seen…Continue
Relations between the US and Argentina have deteriorated after Buenos Aires lodged a formal complaint over a US military plane that landed late last week carrying guns, drugs and satellite…Continue
by Adrian Salbuchi*
There are disconcerting parallels between Argentina’s catastrophic decade, 1991-2001, which ended in massive default, and Greece’s recent and impending difficulties. In both cases,…
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