Argentina isn't going to drive global change via monetary brute force. Instead, it's going to be an ideological example that the rest of the world can watch unfold successfully.
Argentina just elected Javier Mileu, a Libertarian that the MSM really HATES, as their president. He's anti-socialism, pro-Austrian economics, and pro-freedom from China. Here's what this means for the rest of the world.
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Milei (LLA): 86,3%, Massa (UxP):13,7%
Among his flagship economic proposals are closing the central bank, the dollarization of the economy, an aggressive cut to public spending, and the elimination of tight trade and capital controls.
Right-wing former 'tantric sex coach' compared to Donald Trump who wants to adopt the US dollar is voted in by large margin Javier Milei, a pro-Trump libertarian, has had no prior governmental experience The now politician's resume includes work as
VICTORY! Argentina's Javier Milei WINS Presidential Election in Landslide, Socialist Opposition Concedes
A historic victory for the libertarian outsider.
In the final stretch of the Argentine presidential race, candidate Javier Milei (La Libertad Avanza) criticized his opponent, Economy Minister Sergio Massa (Unión por la Patria), for using fear and advertisements with Artificial Intelligence to prom
When Argentine libertarian Javier Milei announced his entry into politics in 2020 in a bid to "blow up" the system, few predicted that three years later the wild-haired economist and former TV pundit would be on the cusp of the presidency.
Argentine presidential candidate Javier Milei (La Libertad Avanza - LLA) reaffirmed that he will compete in the runoff election on November 19, to dispel rumors that he was considering resigning from his candidacy
Maria Lobo Murga is from Argentina and a student at Project Arizona. She is a dynamic Argentine economist with an unshakable passion for teaching and spreading knowledge to enhance individual well-being through freedom
Comparing Javier Milei to Donald Trump, Swifties cite the "need to be on the right side of history"
Argentine Economy Minister Sergio Massa's political escape act - winning a first round general election despite overseeing the country's worst economic crisis in decades - was built on tax cuts, and voter concerns of higher bus fares and medical bill
Since I recognized almost twenty years ago that no person or institution has the right to initiate aggression, now is the first time I can tell a normie what my political stance is without them having no clue what I am talking about.
Argentina's economy minister Sergio Massa has defied expectations by winning more than 36% of the vote in Sunday's presidential election, putting him on course for a run-off contest with far-right candidate Javier Milei.
Argentines will have to choose between left-wing candidate Sergio Massa and the far-right Javier Milei in a run-off vote next month, partial results from Sunday's presidential election suggest.
"The most likely scenario is rather worrisome, a polarized society, divided congress, combative and inexperienced leader and an economy hurtling toward an abyss."
The South American country, the region's No.2 economy after Brazil, will vote in presidential elections on Sunday with a radical outsider, libertarian Javier Milei, in pole position to win, though he will likely face a second round run-off.
BUENOS AIRES--Javier Milei, high-powered chain saw in hand to demonstrate how he will carve up Argentina's establishment, doesn't sugarcoat what he would do if elected president Sunday.
The pair met in Shanghai during the president's trip to China for the Belt and Road Forum
Javier Milei, a far-right libertarian leading the polls in Argentina's presidential election this month, has made a lot of contentious statements in recent years: Humans did not cause climate change; people should be able to sell their organs; his
The Austro-libertarian movement has the better ideas.
"Never embrace the ideals of socialism," leading Argentinian presidential candidate Javier Milei warned Americans in his interview with Tucker Carlson.
Who is he? We traveled to Buenos Aires to speak with him and find out.
The viability of a currency change and the loss of "monetary sovereignty" are frequently discussed in the argument over dollarization in Argentina, but the most crucial aspect is sometimes overlooked: the peso is a failed currency. Due to the com
Comparing Javier Milei to Trump reveals a deep misunderstanding of what Milei is all about.
The Central Bank of Argentina does not have to devalue the peso due to the victory of Javier Milei in the primaries.
In the middle of August, large groups invaded and looted supermarkets and stores in the suburbs of the capital Buenos Aires and the provinces of Mendoza, Córdoba, Neuquén, and Río Negro.