This was 2001 in Argentina now the banks did it here in America in 2008.
This is a sign of things to come here in the US! Wake up!!!
Wow. What a huge eye opener! The USA may not be too far behind… BTW: Journalism at its finest.
Argentina 2001… USA 2009 and beyond
Thanks a bunch global elite bankers.May you all rot in HELL many times over!
journalism, what is that?? US only had gubermint propaganda shills in media….
I notice that throughout the crisis, there still is infrastructure; electricity, stoplights, cigarettes and so forth. Also someone is paying the police, keeping the capital open and so forth. The politicians didn’t have the “political will?” How did they keep their offices? Who had the televisions to watch the Human Resources show? What about a special election?
2/3 HAVE TURN AGAINST DEMOCRACY ???
DEMOCRACY IS NOT THE SAME AS CAPITALISM !
THIS 2/3 HAVE TURN AGAINST CAPITALISM NOT DEMOCRACY.
Latin America is rejecting the Capitalist Model that is being force on to us, but are not rejecting Democracy.
sure, technically their frustrations are with this particular type of liberalized reform. But especially in the milleau of deliberate convolution between “free market capitalism” and “democracy”, maybe the reaction is against democracy itself in some quarters. Aside from Argentina, I understand that this is the case in Russia with a resurgent nostalgia for anti-democratic Soviet control.
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