Dec 28

Argentinian Federal Prosecutor Requests Ban on GMO Crops over Glyphosate Fears:

Argentinian Federal Prosecutor Fabián Canda has officially filed a request to the Federal Administrative Court of Buenos Aires to prohibit the sale of GMO seeds that are designed to be grown with glyphosate herbicides (Roundup Ready), due to the probable harm to human and environmental health being caused by the weedkiller.


Canda’s request, which is based on the precautionary principle, also calls for a ban on the aerial spraying of glyphosate herbicides and a 5 km no-spray zone surrounding population centers, schools, villages, farm houses, rivers, lakes and groundwater wells. Continue reading »

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Aug 13

Surprise snow kills goats in Argentina:

Buried alive.

The snowstorm that hit the plateau of Chubut brings devastating consequences for small goat producers, especially those who were surprised by the snow and unable to collect their animals.

That is evident as residents of the area Talagapa, an area located 100 km (60 miles) north of Gan Gan, where the snow was piling up and winds generated white walls that buried the animals.

On the plateau after the storm, producers riding through the fields found a significant number of dead animals, especially goats. Continue reading »

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Aug 10

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Aug 10


Local Residents Force Monsanto to Tear Down GMO Seed Plant in Argentina:

Monsanto have announced that they will dismantle their half-built multi-million dollar GMO seed plant in Malvinas, Argentina, following protests from local citizens over the past 3 years.

Local Malvinas citizens and GMO Free campaigners from across Argentina forced Monsanto to stop the construction of their GMO seed plant in 2014, through well-coordinated protests at the construction site. Continue reading »

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Aug 03


Not “The Onion”: Argentina’s Fernandez Says She Deserves A Nobel Prize In Economics:

Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, former First Lady and President of Argentina (2003-2015), confessed in an interview that “instead of having the courts chase us, they should be giving us a Nobel prize for economics… We inherited a country in default and we left it without any debt. ” Brilliant.

Amongst her accomplishments, Cristina boasts one sovereign debt default after failing to negotiate with creditors (2014), cooking the national economic figures for 8 years, an IMF censure for faking such data, devaluing her currency from 4:1 to 15:1 USD, and leaving her successful with 50% inflation. Perhaps the BoJ could use her advice? Continue reading »

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Jul 30


Adolf Hitler
Collage of pictures depicting Adolf Hitler in Argentina, where he stayed for a while after the war (The Eden Hotel in La Fada, Cordoba)

Hitler Escaped to Argentina & Died Old: Pictures of Him After the War, FBI Documents, DNA Analysis of Skull & Pictures of His House

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H/t reader squodgy:

“Slowly, very slowly, the truth is eventually allowed to seep out.”

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Jul 28

Argentina – Many highways completely blocked by snow

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Jun 17

Alaska, Finland, China, Russia, New York State JUNE SNOW – Video:

Crop Losses Follow

Rare Snowstorms abound across the planet. Mid-June and every continent received snow across both hemispheres. Record snows in Argentina/Chile, New York state, Russia, China, Finland

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Jun 17

Argentina – First snow in Misiones in 48 years:

15 June  2016 – The Province of Misiones characterized by its subtropical climate.

Misiones suffered heavy snow in some places and sleet falling in almost the entire length of the province.

On August 20, 1965 was the last time the National Weather Service reported snow in Misiones. Continue reading »

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Jun 15

Argentina’s Former Public Works Secretary Caught Burying $8.5 Million:

On Tuesday, the former public works secretary under Kirchner, Jose Lopez, was arrested after he was caught burying bags containing an estimated $8.5 million in cash in the grounds of a convent near Buenos Aires. Police were tipped off by a neighbor who saw Lopez taking bags out of his car in the middle of the night. Lopez, who currently serves as a lawmaker in the Mercosur parliament, was found with an assault rifle and six bags containing dollars, euros, yen, and Qatari riyal Bloomberg reports.

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Jun 14

Stranded Argentina truckers being robbed and beaten:

The international crossing continues closed by snow.

12 June 2016 – After 12 days of waiting, about 400 truckers who are still stranded at the Los Libertadores pass denounce violent cargo thefts

Argentine Truckers complain that rob them while the passage remains closed. Continue reading »

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Jun 11

More than 2 meters of snow in Argentina:

7 June 2016 – More than 2 meters (7 ft) of snow and a temperature of -20 °C in the high mountains.

The following website called it “historic,” but also said, “Such an heavy snow storm has not been seen in the last 10 years.”

A big snowstorm, yes. Historic? No.

Evidence of global warming? Not so much.

Anomalous snowstorm in Argentina: 2 meters of snow and 20 degrees below zero

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Jun 09

Misiones, Argentina – One of the coldest autumns in 30 years:

Global warming news from Argentina, homeland of Bernie Sander’s friend Pope Francis.

June 8, 2016 – Marcelo Kusic of Weather Station San Vicente told MisionesCuatro that slush for different municipalities in the coming days is expected.

“During this month we will have minimum below seven degrees. Is one of the coldest autumn in 30 years, “Kusik said.

According to him, the cold is here to stay. Continue reading »

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Jun 05

More than 10,000 people isolated by snow:

Worst snowfall in 30 years – up to 4½ meters (14 ft) in the mountains.

4 June 2016 – According to Government Secretary of the Department of Las Heras, Raul Villafane, the area involved is from Uspallata to the tunnel mouth, where more than 10 thousand people are affected.

Uspallata, Polvaredas, Punta de Vacas, Mundo Perdido (Lost World), Penitentes, Puente del Inca and Las Cuevas, are all towns that under the snow.

The nívea (snow) accumulation ranges from 35 cm to 4½ meters in Las Cuevas, said Villafane. It has been 30 years since it snowed so much. Continue reading »

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Mar 11


Ice bridge collapses at GROWING Argentina glacier – Video:

You might mistakenly assume the collapse came about because of global warming. That’s because articles about the collapse fail to mention that the glacier is growing. Yes, GROWING.

So how did ABC News handle it? They spun it this way:

“Experts said the collapse has nothing to do with climate change and was instead all to do with physics.”

Funny, isn’t it? The glacier is receding? Oh my God, it’s global warming! The glacier is advancing? Oh, that’s just “physics.” Continue reading »

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Feb 05


The War on Cash: A Country by Country Guide:

Corbett Reporteers will be no stranger to the war on cash. I’ve made videos discussing it, conducted interviews about it, written articles examining it and dissected it on the radio.

The war has been waged through mainstream propaganda outlets, TV advertisements and even children’s games.

We’ve heard cash is dirtied by drug dealing, tarnished by terrorism, tainted by tax evasion (heaven forbid!) and just plain dirty. Not to mention sooooo outdated. Continue reading »

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Feb 03

If your place has been fumigated with sulfuryl fluoride or its other toxic friends …


Methyl bromide was among the most widely used fumigants until its production and use was restricted by the Montreal Protocol due to its role in ozone depletion.

Widely used fumigants include:

  • phosphine
  • 1,3-dichloropropene
  • chloropicrin
  • methyl isocyanate
  • hydrogen cyanide
  • sulfuryl fluoride
  • formaldehyde
  • iodoform

… you better consider moving to another place, or you and your family will get sick, which sometimes takes a while, but it’s not worth waiting for it to happen.

Oh, and these bastards are not spraying to prevent the Zika virus from spreading, they are spraying you, the people, like bugs!

Maybe they want to spray and force vaccinate the entire world, who knows?

Related info:

The Zika Virus Hoax Exposed, “Thanks” To The Associated Press (AP): Of The 4,180 Suspected Microcephaly Cases Only 270 Could Be Confirmed And Of Those 270 Cases Only 6 Cases Were Confirmed To Have The Zika Virus. SIX CASES!!!

The Zika Hoax: 5 Things That Will Happen Next

Is The Zika Virus A Smokescreen For Vaccine Induced Birth Defects?

Zika Virus: Genetically Engineered Mosquitoes Causing Smaller Heads?:

“Okay, boys, here’s what we do. We’ve got this old virus called Zika. It’s been around for 60 years that we know of. It never caused anything serious. A real dud. But we’ve got to explain all these babies born with small heads and brain damage. We’ve got to protect some important people and shield them from heavy blame. So let’s bring back Zika. Even though very few mothers who give birth to babies with defects have the dud-virus, we can finesse that. People are idiots. So let’s build up Zika into a terrifying killer. Get our PR folks moving. Spread some money around. You know, the usual. And we make out on the back-end with a Zika vaccine.”

Zika Virus Freakout: The Hoax And The Covert Op Continue

And somebody just unleashed the corporate media … (See all those articles down below.)

Brazil fumigates Olympic venue as fears mount over Zika:

Massive cleaning operation at landmark Sambadrome comes as health minister admits country is “badly losing” war against the virus

Concerns over the Zika virus reached new heights on Tuesday after Brazil sent fumigators into Rio de Janeiro’s world-famous carnival venue that will help host the Olympic games amid intensified efforts to control the mosquito-borne infection. Continue reading »

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Dec 28

Historic snowfall in El Calafate, Argentina:

Unprecedented – There is no history of snowfall recorded in El Calafate during this time of year.

It started snowing on Christmas eve in El Calafate and continued throughout the night and Saturday morning. 

In one day they accumulated 38 mm of precipitation, three times the average for the entire month of December, which is a little more than 12 millimeters

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Dec 17

Argentine Peso Collapses 29% After Government Lifts Currency Controls:

New President Mauricio Macri’s move to unify the official and black market exchange rates for the peso in the face of depleted FX reserves and still sky high inflation has the currency plunging by nearly 30% on Thursday.

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Nov 28

And what a bloody coincidence that is.

“Mysterious” Fire Hits Argentine Ministry Of Finance, Destroys Years Of Prior Regime’s Files:

“If you play with fire, you get burned,” apart from if you are an official in the Argentine government it would appear. Just days after Argentina threw out the Peronists, who have ruled almost non-stop in the three decades since the end of military rule, The Ministry of Finance suffered a mysterious fire in its computer center, catastrophically (and coincidentally) destroying the prior-regime’s files.


As Perfil reports (via Google Translate)

The weekend came a mysterious fire at the Ministry of Economy , in the area of data center located on the fourth floor of the Economy Ministry.

The fire began on Sunday afternoon at the site containing the computers on which cost control files of the ministry. Continue reading »

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Nov 25

“There Are No More Dollars In The Central Bank”: Argentina’s New President Confronts Liquidity Crisis:

On Monday, Mauricio Macri, the son of Italian-born construction tycoon Francesco Macri, beat out Cristina Kirchner’s handpicked successor Daniel Scioli for Argentina’s presidency in what amounted to a referendum on 12 years of Peronist rule. Now, Macri faces a trio of daunting tasks: i) restore central bank liquidity, ii) implement a new FX regime, and iii) tackle the ballooning budget deficit. The most most pressing concern: the central bank is literally out of dollars. 

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Oct 31

Argentina – Coldest October since records began:

Isn’t this where Pope Francis is from?

Low temperatures for 20 days in most of Argentina created the coldest October since 1963, according to the National Meteorological Service (SMN). Continue reading »

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Sep 06

Published on Sep 6, 2015


The $100 billion BRICS Contingent Reserve Arrangement (CRA) has become fully operational following the inaugural meetings of the BRICS CRA Board of Governors and the Standing Committee in the Turkish capital of Ankara.
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Jul 22

The Duke and Duchess of Windsor (King Edward VIII and his wife the former Wallis Simpson) visit Adolf Hitler at the Berghof on October 22, 1937.

Related info:

Video Emerges Of Edward VIII Teaching The Seven-Year-Old Future Queen The Nazi Salute


FBI Quietly Declassified Secret Files Attesting Hitler Fled to Argentina in 1945 (Humans Are Free, July 21, 2015):

On April 30 1945, Adolf Hitler committed suicide in his underground bunker. His body was later discovered and identified by the Soviets before being rushed back to Russia. Or was it?

Newly declassified FBI documents prove that the government knew Hitler was alive and well, and living in the Andes Mountains long after World War II. Continue reading »

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Jul 19

Heavy snow and possible record cold in central Argentina (Ice Age Now, July 17, 2015):

17 July 2015 – Aluminé and Villa Pehuenia are preparing for heavy snow over the weekend along with temperatures up to 17 degrees below zero.

According to forecasts from the Basins Interjurisdictional Authority (AIC), the cold could hit records.

The acting mayor of Pehuenia, Ciro Cabrera, said that “on Saturday at 3am temperatures will be between 15 and 17 degrees below zero throughout the region, and throughout Saturday registration will be maintained between 8 and 11 degrees below zero. ” Continue reading »

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Jun 30

Argentina Plans Asset Seizure Of Falkland Oil Companies (OilPrice, June 29, 2015):

Is it just election fever, or is Argentina serious about reclaiming the Falklands Islands?

Presidential elections loom in the country in October, so perhaps it’s not surprising that a Lilian Herraez, a federal judge in Tierra del Fuego, Argentina’s southernmost region, ordered the seizure of $156 million in property and bank holdings of oil drilling companies, including Noble Energy of the United States.

The government in Buenos Aires said on June 27 that the other targets of asset seizures were Edison International of Italy and three British-based companies, Falkland Oil and Gas Ltd., Premier Oil Plc and Rockhopper Exploration Plc. Continue reading »

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Jun 25

Argentinian Federal Judge Accepts Lawsuit to Ban GMOs and Pesticides (Sustainable Pulse, June 22, 2015):

A federal judge in Argentina has ruled that an unprecedented class action lawsuit, demanding a ban on the release of GMOs and their associated pesticides, can proceed.

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Source: (Spanish)

Translated by GM Watch

The lawsuit asks the government to provisionally suspend the uncontrolled open release of GMOs – for example, the sale of RR2 Pro/Liberty soybeans – on the grounds that they violate seed laws. The lawsuit also demands labeling of GMOs. Continue reading »

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Jun 05

6-Year-Old Invited Sexual Abuse, Says Judge (Antimedia, June 4, 2015):

(TFCBuenos Aires, Argentina –  Judges Horacio Piombo and Ramón Sal Llargués of the Chamber of Criminal Cassation of Buenos Aires stunned the world when they reduced the sentence of a child molester because the child “displayed a homosexual orientation and was accustomed to being sexually abused.”

Mario Tolosa was the child’s soccer coach when he raped the child. He had been sentenced to six years, but the judges cut that sentence almost in half because Tolosa couldn’t be held responsible for “the warped sexual development of the minor child.” The six-year-old was called a cross-dresser by the judges before they went on to say:

“it is clear that the child’s sexual choice—despite his young age and in light of the considerable testimony of those close to him—had already been made.”

The prosecutor in the case is appealing to the Supreme Court of the Province of Buenos Aires.

It should be noted that these are the same honorable judges that reduced the sentence of a preacher that raped a 14-year-old and a 16-year-old because the girls

“were from a social class in which sexual permissiveness was acceptable at an early age.” Continue reading »

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Apr 03

H/t reader squodgy:

“Now we know why it’s hotting up again.

However, this time we have no Navy or Air Force & what little Army we have is either suffering Gulf Syndrome, PTSD or is training Ukrainians to kill their own.”

British firms discover oil and gas off Falklands, Argentina threatens legal action (RT, April 2, 2015):

A group of British exploration companies have found oil and gas in an area north of the Falkland Islands. The Argentine government has threatened to challenge all exploration and drilling efforts in court.

The discoveries by the Zebedee exploration well were described by companies involved as “better than expected”.

The oil explorers said they found 27.9 meters of net-oil bearing reservoir and 18.5 meters of net gas-bearing reservoir. The license area being explored is 40 percent owned by Falklands Oil and Gas, 36 percent by Premiere Oil and 24 percent by Rockhopper Exploration. Continue reading »

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Feb 28

Related info:

Argentina Prosecutor Who Accused Kirchner Had Steady Contact With US Embassy, Leaked Cables Show

Why Jewish Journalist Damian Pachter Fled Argentina After Breaking The Story Of Alberto Nisman’s Death

Israel Starting Trouble in Argentina


Argentina’s Kirchner absolved of Iran ‘cover-up’ (The Times of Israel/AFP, Feb 26, 2015):

An Argentinean court exonerates President Cristina Kirchner of charges that she may have covered up Iran’s involvement in a terror attack against a Jewish community building in Buenos Aires in 1994, in which 85 people were killed and hundreds wounded.

Kirchner was cleared of the charges brought forth by investigator Alberto Nisman, who dedicated many years to the case and was found dead in his home the day before he was expected to address the Argentinean Congress to present his findings. Continue reading »

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