Argentina: Exchange of Debt For Territor

Argentina today is under a frontal attack of the New World order, that has been out for half century. This attack consists of the artificial generation of a fraudulent, and today enormous, external debt that in just a short time will serve more so as an excuse to demand that this debt is exchanged for an enormous part of the Argentine territory.

Strictly speaking, this complex engineered political-economic-financier is of long data. One of the most eloquent indications of it we could verify it in is an article published in the influential American paper.

The New York Times, whose edition of the 27 of August of 2002 contains an article with the suggestive title: “Some persons in Argentina see the secession of Patagonia like a solution to the external debt problem”.

The origins of the interest in Patagonia go back much further. More than a century ago, the founder of the National Zionist political movement, Teodoro Herzl, in his original work: “The Jewish State” (Ein Judenstaat, Vienna, 1896), exposed an unusual proposal for the creation of an own national State for the Jews, in a chapter that takes the suggestive title: “Palestine or Argentina?”.

In the same work, Herzl proposes to create two Jewish States: One in the Biblical historical land and another one in our country [Argentina]. It turns out interesting to read the excellent part of that brief chapter which we took from its edition in English, The Jewish State (Dover Publications, New York, 1988, 160 pags.):

Palestine or Argentina?

We have to choose Palestine or Argentina. We will take for us what the Jewish public opinion chooses.

The Society (that is, the Jewish Society with seat in London N. of. T) will decide on both points. Argentina is one of the most fertile countries in the world. It has a vast territorial extension, it has low population and a tempered climate. The Argentine Republic would derive a considerable benefit if it yielded a portion of its territory to us. The present infiltration of Jews, which already has produced a certain amount of displeasure, would be necessary to clarify to the Republic respect to the intrinsic difference of our new movement.

This has been reason for recurrent preoccupation in Argentina throughout century XX. Recently, a great controversy in the national press was revealed before declarations of the Head of the General Staff of the Argentine Army.

General Roberto Bendini, who alerted people to the danger that today the Patagonia Argentina runs on the unusual interests of various Israeli groups.

The military man would have considered the information published in the prestigious newspaper the Nation of Buenos Aires, that gave to account by the year 1986 there; about the plans of Jewish establishments in the Patagonia. All of this in a titled article they study the establishment of a Jewish colony in Santa Cruz (to see the Nation, 5 of January of 1986, secc. 3, pág. 6).

Alberto Levy, spokesman of the Israelis who make a relevamiento [reclamation] in the zone, showed that a project is long treasured; and it counts on the endorsement of the Argentinian authorities. It has been happening for some years in the Calafate – the main tourist villa of region – ; it received in this season several hundreds of Jews that, according to their own manifestations, make a relevamiento of the zone to study the climate, the flora, the fauna and the potential wealth of the place. According to opinion of settlers of the zone and the mochileros, the relevamiento would have arrived at its aim with favorable results.

Today Argentina is squashed by an illegitimate external debt, half of which has its origin in usury, capitalization on interests, and interests on interests,; in the military government and the present government of the Dr Néstor Kirchner; one dared to investigate the illegitimacy of that debt. It is an eloquent reflection of how well the trap has been laid that is directed towards exchanging that fraudulent debt using one of the richest virgin territories of the planet.

Thanks to complete renegotiation of Argentina with the IMF (agreement signed by the Kirchner Government the 10 of September 2003), the Argentine external debt that today goes up to around the US $200,000 million, towards 2004 will have been increased to US $240,000 million, an amount that almost doubles the Argentine GIP., clearly non-payable. It is foreseeable, then, that in a term of 5 to 8 years, there is absolutely guaranteed a new crisis of payments. One “solution” to demand that region of the national territory.

Surely, that exchange will not be sudden. But, that it will have stages- lest we forget that the planners of the New World order think about terms of decades and centuries. First of which could be the privatization of Patagonia in 99 or 199 years, to some partnership of multi- and transnational companies, integrated and constituted by mining, oil corporations, gas, water, energy, construction, financiers, consultants, explorers, etc. They would then be in positions of efficient administration, certainly of that vast territory, today hardly populated by 1,480,000 Argentineans (who are the thin joint population of the Patagonian provinces of Neuquén, Río Negro, Chubut, Santa Cruz and Tierra del Fuego).

That concessionaire surely will operate under the mark “Patagonia, Inc” or “Patagonia Limited”; it will improve the low population density promoting the immigration of contingent forts of colonies highly described and of a good cultural level. This possibility could be supported by key civil employees of that government like Paul Wolfowitz, Donald Rumsfeld, George Bush, Condoleeza Rice, Colin Powell and others: (all originating from the powerful Council on Foreign Relations of New York, the true brain of present the New World order).

All this is happening underneath our own noses, and counts on the concurrence and the support of the supposed governments of Argentina and Chile. The elucidation of the public opinion of neighboring Chile and Argentina turns out key to neutralise this destructive advance, that is directed towards these two great nations of South America: authentic territories of the Future of Humanity. Today more than ever we must unmask certain divisive operatives encouraged by and operating through bordering conflicts and scandals of espionage.

Source: Adrián Salbuchi

What are Israeli Army Reconnaissance Teams doing in Patagonia ?

In January I went for vacations to the Chilean Patagonia, expecting some time far away from the bad news in the media. I found a Land of a wild beauty almost impossible to describe, but I also found my old acquaintances from Hebron, the IDF soldiers. The second rather strange thing which called my attention in Patagonia is that “foreigners” are buying up large swaths of land in Chile and in Argentina.

By far the most controversial figure among the “foreigners” is Douglas Tompkins; a conservationist who bought approx. 330.000 hectares north of Chaiten, and who also owns land at other locations in Chile and Argentina through his Conservation Land Trust. But there are also others, rich persons and corporations, buying land throughout Patagonia. The controversy around the many foreigners who buy land is almost always a conversation topic with the locals.

In a Land where the only growth industry is Tourism, I heard several Chileans commenting that foreigners always seem to receive more leniency from the government than they themselves. Others comment the buyout of Patagonia by foreigners as the prelude to the foundation of a new state. No wonder, they see Israeli military exploring their country since the early 1980’s and even before.

I saw the IDFs myself: first on the ship from Puerto Montt to Chaiten, and then everywhere until Candelario Mansilla, 1.200 Km. to the south. They always travel in groups of 5-7 persons, always one or two women among them, every group has an officer, and they reduce contact with locals and others to the necessary minimum. A Chilean with some knowledge in these matters told us that they travel in configurations which would correspond to missions of “reconnaissance and insertion” in military terminology. This person confirmed to us that the exploration of the Patagonia under guise of tourism has been going on since 1976, intensifying after about 1982.

While the incessant incursion by the IDF has piqued the curiosity of the Chileans, it remembers me of what happened in Palestine since the late 1920s and early 1930s, when massive waves of Jews immigrated as “farmers”. Jews began buying large extensions of land in Palestine through front men and front companies. At that time the Palestinians were the majority and owned most land in Palestine. I asked myself if the future of Patagonia will look like the history of Palestine.

The activities of the Jewish “tourists” and the foreigners who buy whatever available property is clearly seen by the Chilean people and these subjects are matter of much controversy and discussion, but what is not clear for the Chileans from Patagonia is the future. What will happen later? What will happen to them if the Jews become the majority in Patagonia and start talking about building a new Jewish state there?

Nobody knows for sure why the Israeli military headquarter is sending their soldiers on exploration missions to Patagonia. The Israeli government is obviously interested in Patagonia and they are spending money to serve this interest. Several “Hayalim” (Hayalim: Hebrew, the plural of “Hayal”, soldier) told my friend that the IDF finances their trip after they complete military service, and the people with whom he could speak had all had a role in intelligence, be it doing unspecified “office work” or running around with a video camera filming the shootings in southern Lebanon and the West Bank.

Most Jews believe that there is no safe future in Israel and Palestine. The war will break down between both peoples at any time even if they have peace agreements. Lots of Jews have already left Israel and even asked for foreign Passports. Lots of Jews have bought lands in Europe and the States. Interestingly, the cases of corruption against Prime Minister Ariel Sharon involve the attempted acquisition of a Greek island.

In Patagonia, I saw lots of Israelis, in Coffee Shops and restaurants, in Internet Cafes where they would often represent 90% of the clientele, in the streets, on the ship and the bus, in the field and the forest, they were all from the IDF units, soldiers and officers, the same like I used to see in occupied territories but without weapons and military uniform.

The next day in the morning I met more Israelis at the transportation office. I decided to ignore them. My friend had recommended me not to talk with the Israelis. He said “Patagonia is full of Israeli soldiers; better avoid troubles and don’t talk with them”.

Further to the south, on the ship between Villa O’Higgins and Candelario Mansilla, an Israeli officer was talking with a group of tourists. When told them he was from Israel, a Scottish man replied in a strange way, “O, we have never seen an Israeli traveling alone, they are always in groups, probably there is somebody waiting for you on the other side” (this turned out to be true). The officer promptly stopped talking with the Europeans. During the rest of the trip, this officer was visibly preoccupied with his backpack, never leaving it out of sight. He would not let anybody touch it, not even the ships crew when stowing it away. If somebody else went below deck to get something, the officer would go down and ensure that his own backpack would not be touched or moved from its place.

At the boat ramp at Candelario Mansilla, there were two units of Israeli military heading in the opposite direction, apparently waiting for the officer on the ship. They all surrounded him and exchanged information between each other, the three officers apparently exchanging information on handheld devices they had with them. Later the officers would retire to a private place in the woods nearby, leaving the soldiers of their units to themselves at the ramp. I have seen the IDF intelligence units behave in the same way in the West Bank.

In all of the Chilean Patagonia, between Chaiten and Candelario Mansilla there are only about 60.000 inhabitants, the roads are few, and despite the large distances everybody knows everybody. It is very difficult to get away with “stupid” deeds here. Major crime is almost unheard of. I was told that exactly two cases were brought before the Justice Courtin Cochrane (a province capital) in a span of seven years. The Judge supposedly resigned out of boredom.

Puerto Tranquilo is a small town near Lago General Carrera. The village receives lots of visitors from Israel and the tourism has even partly specialized in these visitors. Signs in Hebrew can be seen on some houses and stores, many villagers are supposedly learning Hebrew. One boarding house has specialized its service towards the Israeli visitors: low prices, clean rooms, the owner first spoke to us in broken Hebrew. In the street many Israelis can be seen, I heard Hebrew a couple of times.

It’s painful to talk about this, but for the sake of peace I can only hope that the Patagonian people from Chile (and Argentina), will not have to experience what the Palestinians experienced, that none of them will have painful memories like memories from the Israeli occupation. This is my wish for Patagonia, for these nice people which I met, for this beautiful piece of art made by the nature. I hope that both people and land will never know the occupation which destroys humanity, beauty and the nature. I hope that never a settlement will be implanted into this beautiful end of the world.

[From:”What are Israeli Army Reconnaissance Teams doing in Patagonia?”]

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