The snake’s egg threatens to hatch. Javier Milei is no longer a smiling reality A reference to the far right, which until very recently was only a solid participant in television talk shows, although Argentine politics is still a long way from the October 2023 presidential election, 22.8% intent to vote, just six less than PeronismThe Right Together for Change coalition coalition led by businessman Mauricio Macri in power and at its head. Milei is currently presented as a serious threat to macrismo. The latest poll by Management & Fit shows that almost 29% of citizens who bet on Co-Change in the 2021 parliamentary election plan to support this former football player, former heavy metal singer and economist: in style soundattacking the “political caste”. At this point, the possibility of taking part in the second election round is no longer remote.
His father beat him as a child and then went from flogging to psychological violence. As a young man, he impersonated Mick Jagger and Ozzy Osbourne and graduated from a private university in the city of Buenos Aires. A neoliberalism guru pinned him down when he was nothing.. He started building academic relationships and consulting companies. It has moved from the secrecy of the financial world to the highest media exposure. Won become famous by insulting to other speakers.
He founded a group called La Libertad Avanza, which brought together radical advocates of the free market and those who longed for the last military dictatorship (1976-83). He entered the House of Representatives with 14 percent of the vote. As a legislator, he did not come forward with his proposals other than the decision to withdraw his salary. In country that is almost 40% poorMilei, fortunately, became the kind of croupier that made thousands and thousands of Argentines submit to his personal lottery system every month. about a questionable sacrifice: The ‘wig’, as its followers call it, receives funding from sectors of the economic elite known as the ‘red circle’.
Milei, 51, appears in public with her hair falling out, as if she had just stepped out of the shower. “I’ve been involved in politics not to lead the flock of lambs, but to wake the lions“, he repeats at his rallies. He argues that the state university is a brainwashing center for the left. He despises public administration and promises to “dynamite” the Central Bank so that individual jungle law prevails.
“To Father Milei’s lambs the only way to salvation is capitalism“, noted essayist Beatriz Sarlo. She is trying to place herself at the center of the scene as the messiah of anti-politics. Sarlo’s perceived message is “ordinary citizens, poor, underpaid, with no hope of progress”, “feeling cheated or swindled” and bile circulating on social networks a universe of neglected people who feed off. In its own way, it repeats something unknown in Argentina at other latitudes. Not in vain , clan, community Bolsonaro she fixed her eyes on him from Brazil.
no female support
“Shaft does not have female vote support at any social stratum,” says Mayra Arena, a young social leader. For Security Minister Aníbal Fernández, it would be “incomprehensible” for a person who “works every day” to feel touched by their cries. And if that happens, he complained, part of society is self-defeating .
Milei’s rise represents a challenge for macrismo. Both the former president and other candidates of the coalition aiming to come to power from December 2013 had to approve some of his proposals. The “hawks” of this coalition even propose an electoral alliance with the economist. In this political sphere, almost no one wants to present himself to the ex-singer as “moderate”.. Even when he suggested that the country give up its currency and adopt the dollar to curb inflation that threatens to hit more than 70% this year.
“damn leftistsHe presented his autobiography ‘El camino del libertario’ on Saturday at the International Book Fair in Buenos Aires. He was accompanied by Viviana Canosa, a television presenter who will prepare her colleagues at Fox. His ardent followers enthroned him in one of the centers of the literate culture of Jorge Luis Borges’ country. They already call him “president”..