Give Us the Javier Milei Plan Too

Globalists Fear Argentine Success as Role Model for Liberty

Give us the Javier Milei plan too. The election of Javier Milei as president puts Argentina in the cross hairs for globalists.

The election of Javier Milei as president puts Argentina in the cross hairs for globalists. (Wikimedia)

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The election of Javier Milei as president puts Argentina in the cross hairs for globalists, including the US uniparty. They will attempt to make Milei fail and blame his classical-liberal philosophy of limited government. Globalists are enemies of people who seek freedom.

Milei posted on X: “Nicholas Maduro criticizes us, and Jair Bolsonaro congratulates us. We are on the correct side.” The Biden regime and the State Department have sided with Maduro in Venezuela and participated in globalist criminal Luiz “Lula” da Silva’s fraudulent victory over Bolsonaro in Brazil.

Tucker Carlson asked Milei what advice he would give Donald Trump. Milei said to keep fighting socialism: “The state does not create wealth; the state destroys it. The state can give nothing because it produces nothing. And when it attempts to, it does so poorly.”

The view that the government must take care of people with a nanny state creates corruption and dependency. Government waste and theft are the lifeblood of the bureaucracy and the enemy of the population’s prosperity.

Limited government within the rule of law promotes prosperity. This humiliates globalists, so they are hellbent on ensuring that no such system comes to power. If it does, they will see to it that it fails, even to the detriment of the people they falsely claim to defend.

Milei wants to eliminate 11 of the 19 government departments. This is sound economics and necessary for Argentina’s recovery. The United States needs the same policies, for which it must first defeat Biden regime globalism and tyranny.

The globalists’ worldwide agenda is centralized power and reduced competition: the powerful control everything, and populations exist to serve them. This is tyranny.

In liberty, the people rule, and the individual is the center of society with unalienable individual, Creator-granted rights. The government’s role is to protect those rights. Our founders created our constitutional republic on these principles, which are obstacles to our homegrown and foreign tyrants’ agenda.

Trump demonstrated that lower taxes, fewer regulations, and reciprocal trade deals promote economic growth and liberty for all. This is why socialists, oligarchs, and government bureaucrats united to remove him from power regardless of law, truth, or any other consideration.

Counterintuitively, US oligarchs have, since Trump’s electoral victory, aligned with the Marxists who control the Democrat Party. Marxist abandonment of state ownership of the means of production permitted corrupt business leaders to join them in seeking power.

Trump’s America-first agenda pushed oligarchs such as Larry Fink of BlackRock toward Democrat Marxists as allies for globalism. Bureaucrats bolstered the coalition to avoid liberty and productivity–advancing reforms that would target the deep-state gravy train.

Spanish legislator and Vox political party founder Santiago Absacal explained to Tucker Carlson how the current Spanish government is attempting to end democracy. It violates the law, politicizes the judiciary, divides the country, destroys institutions, and grants its allies impunity while it persecutes political opponents. This applies to every country under globalist assault, including the United States.

Abascal told Carlson his movement tries to explain to Spaniards that either the tyrants will face their day in court or jail their opponents. We must awaken to the same truth in the United States.

Socialists in each country have globalist support from an entrenched international network of NGOs and corrupted international institutions. Corporate media activists posing as news organizations help globalists suppress truth about their regimes and demonize their opponents.

The Biden regime and the State Department (DOS) promote globalists and oppose proponents of liberty. In Europe that has happened in Albania, Macedonia, and Hungary. In Latin America, it has happened in Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Chile, Guatemala, and other countries. The Biden regime is even attempting to impose its gender ideology on socially conservative ally Japan.

While the majority-Republican House is confronting Biden and Justice Department corruption and weaponization of government, it is failing on foreign affairs. House leadership must recognize the damage the Biden regime and DOS are doing to liberty abroad. It must expose the corrupt foreign policy establishment that promotes war and globalism.

Globalists’ corruption and centralization provide money that, combined with their media and institutional support, gives them advantages over their opponents. With less money and power, freedom fighters’ principle weapon is truth, which globalists attempt to suppress.

The 2024 US election appears to be a tipping point in the worldwide struggle between liberty and tyranny. Losing the United States would complicate other countries’ quest for liberty. Conversely, rescuing US liberty would invigorate and empower their quest.

Freedom fighters worldwide need US citizens to support pro-America leaders, defeat the tyrants in 2024, and then execute the Milei agenda in the United States. The best hope for freedom fighters worldwide would be a renewed United States. That means a restructuring of US institutions to remove advantages enemies of liberty can use to return to power.

Read the original on BizPac Review.

This article reflects the views of the author and not necessarily the views of the Impunity Observer.

Steven Hecht

Editor at Large Steve Hecht is a businessman, writer, and film producer, born and raised in New York. He has lived and worked in Guatemala since 1972. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and a Master of Business Administration in Banking and Finance, both from Columbia University. He has worked on development projects in Guatemala to help the country leave its underdeveloped state and reach its great potential. Realizing the misconceptions prevalent about Guatemala and Latin America in the outside world, he has written for the Washington Times, Daily Caller, Fox News, Epoch Times, BizPac Review, Washington Examiner, Frontpage Mag, New English Review, PanAm Post, and PJ Media. He has appeared as a guest on national American media networks and programs, including the One America News, Newsmax, and The Lars Larson Show. Steve’s reporting has included meeting with coyotes, the human smugglers who have ferried millions of illegal immigrants into the United States via Guatemala’s 595-mile border with Mexico.

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