Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has every reason to celebrate the departure of the so-called “pro-Iran” Cristina Kirchner. She will be replaced by former Buenos Aires Mayor Mauricio Marci as the new president of Argentina.
Mauricio Marci visited Israel last year and held a meeting with Netanyahu. The president-elect Marci has already appointed Pope Francis friend, Rabbi Sergio Bergman as minister of environment and sustainable development. The good rabbi is author of religious book, A Gospel: According to Pope Francis. Their friendship goes back to days when Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio served as Archbishop of Buenos Aires. Jorge Bergoglio was a frequent visitor to Asociacion Mutual Israelita Argentina (AMIA) that was targeted by Israel Mossad in 1994.
Rabbi Bergman is not the first Jewish cabinet minister of the country (200,000 Jewish population). Argentina’s outgoing foreign minister Hector Timmerman is also Jewish.
Marci defeated Cristina Kirchner’s hand-picked Daniel Osvaldo Scioli, Governor of Buenos Aires and former vice-president under Nestor Kirchner (2003-07).
Netanyahu telephoned Marci to congratulate him on his success and invited him to visit Israel after he take over country’s presidency on December 10, 2015. Later, Netanyahu told the press that from now on relations between Israel and Argentina will be back to the presidency of Nestor Kirchner, a Zionist poodle. He also boasted that Marci has promised he would revise Argentina’s relation with Venezuela and Iran.
Netanyahu is well-known for living in ‘self-denial’. It’s Argentina that needs Iran to provide an alternate to fight the US exploitation of country’s economy and integrity. In fact, most of world nations which have close diplomatic or trade relations with the Zionist entity – pose threat to Iran’s independent foreign policy. It’s Israel which is getting more isolated from its former allies since the signing of the so-called P5+1 nuclear deal with Iran, which in reality favors more Israel than Iran. Netanyahu’s anti-Iran propaganda lies about its nuclear program since 1990s, failed to isolate Iran from international community. It’s Israel which is not recognized by over 52 UN-members as compared to five against Iran.
The outgoing president Cristina Kirchner is no stranger to America’s Jewish Lobby which is celebrating defeat of her presidential candidate. In September 2006, as First Lady, she accompanied her husband Nestor and then foreign minister Jorge Taiana to meet seven Jewish group leaders (ADL, AJC, B’nai B’rith, WJC, UJAF, CPMAJO, etc.) at New York Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. The Israel-firsters told Nestor how to blame Hizbullah and Iran for the AMIA and Israeli embassy bombing.
A pro-Israel Argentina is a religious fantasy of the hardcore Zionists. The Patagonia Region was the first choice of Theodor Herzl for proposed homeland for European Jewry to escape centuries-old anti-Semitism. The fertile and full of natural resources, the region spans five provinces in Argentina, Chile, and British occupied Falkland which is home to UK’s nuclear military base (here).