By Richard Edmondson
Imagine for a moment you’re the owner of a bed and breakfast. It’s a business you run out of your own home. Basically, to help support yourself, you rent your spare bedrooms out to tourists and other visitors who come to your area.
Adrian Salbuchi…in the cross hairs of Jewish organizations in Argentina
By Ariadna Theokopoulos
The Jewish Inquisition, operating in Argentina through its major Jewish organizations, DAIA and AMIA, has been keeping Adrian Salbuchi in its crosshairs for some time now.
If Argentina were in a high-stakes chess match, the country’s actions this week would be the equivalent of flipping over all the pieces on the board. – David Dayen, Fiscal Times, August 22, 2014
By Ellen Brown
Argentina is playing hardball with the vulture funds, which have been trying to force it into an involuntary bankruptcy.
The above-linked article, posted at Global Research, poses the possibility that Argentina may be forced to give up its resource rich Patagonia region to the predatory vulture capitalists who are now trying to bleed the country. See also: Patagonia: A Popular Spot for Israelis–key quote:
[ Ed. note: No one seems to be posing this question, including the author of the otherwise very informative piece below, but I will pose it here: is the economic assault upon Argentina motivated strictly by greed on the part of a Jewish hedge fund capitalist, or are there other considerations at play as well? And if the latter, could it possibly involve pay back for Argentina’s opening up of diplomatic relations with Iran, including in the matter of investigating the 20-year-old AMIA bombing?]
By Conn Hallinan
It is no surprise that right-wing Republican and hedge fund billionaire Paul Singer should be trying to wring hundreds of millions of dollars out of Argentina for a debt that Buenos Aires doesn’t really owe him. He screwed tens of millions of dollars out of poverty-stricken Peru and the Republic of Congo using the same financial sleight of hand. What may surprise people, however, is that key leaders in the administration of former President Bill Clinton are helping him do it.