Don’t Cry for Them
Argentina is a developed country, with an educated population, a huge middle class, and tremendous natural resources. But when you look at it closely…you learn quickly why its nationals want to flee, and why anti-establishment “anarcho-capitalist” Javier Milei is leading in the polls and likely to win Argentina’s presidency come October.
The problem is inflation — 165% inflation as of July, according to Steve Hanke’s inflation index, which is the most accurate reading. Tucker Carlson went down to Buenos Aires to find out exactly what that is like, exploring in a mere ten minutes on Twitter just how normal people have to live with it on an extended basis, all because its socialist government can’t stop printing money.
Ep. 24 Argentina’s next president could be Javier Milei. Who is he? We traveled to Buenos Aires to speak with him and find out. pic.twitter.com/4WwTZYoWHs
— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) September 14, 2023
** It’s called a smart city, a hive city, or a fifteen-minute city. If it was called a concentration camp you might not want to live there.
** They won’t have won completely until all currency becomes digital, with bank accounts, purchases, and money transfers under government scrutiny, with social credit scoring in place. Then dissenters will be totally silenced, under threat of being driven to penury and starvation, unable to buy or sell. Money then will only talk, when speaking the party line.
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