At the U.N., Kirchner even went on to accuse Washington of plotting to overthrow her and her democratically-elected government. On Sept. 30, about one week after she criticized the U.S. at the U.N., Kirchner delivered a televised address telling her people that if she was murdered, not to “look to the Middle East, but look to the north” at the U.S. government. She asserted that the U.S. State Department’s warning about a terrorist threat from ISIS inside Argentina was a fictitious smokescreen and that the ISIS threats against her were essentially the handiwork of Washington.
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by Deidre Shelden5 years ago
All the House had to do was say no, & borrowing would have stopped, http://bit.ly/pueE2p
by Matthew Kirk3 years ago
The more I read on other forums and from comments on media websites the more I get upset. It seems like either the international community is surely misinformed, misguided or blind. If you have not heard of the...
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