by Anónimo Argentino (March 2015)
The recent shocking revelation that the late chief Argentinian prosecutor Alberto Nisman, investigating the terrorist bombing of the Buenos Aires Jewish Community Center in July 1994 (85 killed) was found dead just days before he was slated to make accusations against the President, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, as responsible for a cover-up of the culprits - Iranian agents. What this did in effect was to send a message as terrible and depressing as that which emanated from the Jihadists in Paris against a free press and Jewish hostages. It put a seal of approval of the regime that Jews, no matter how fervent their patriotism and undeniable their contributions to the national culture, are EXPENDABLE! more>>>
"Anónimo Argentino is long time commentator on Argentine affairs." ...says his brief bio. Long winded, more like, in the sense that he offers many, many bald, blanket assertions and expects people to accept them as proven indisputable facts, with nary a scintilla of actual evidence offered in support. I have no dog in any of the (several) fights he picks, and he may be in the right in some of them, but insofar as persuasive rhetoric is concerned, I'm inclined to award this writer 5 out of 10.