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Javier Milei declared at his inauguration that there were no alternatives to economic adjustment in Argentina

Javier Milei declared at his inauguration that there were no alternatives to economic adjustment in Argentina

The 39-year-old Brazilian Diego Ruzzarin, who lives in Monterrey, Mexico, analyzed in his podcast on Instagram the speech of Argentine President Javier Milei at his inauguration as president of the country and expressed his opinion on it, reiterated last Sunday, December 10 he that there are no alternatives to adaptation, unemployment, wages and poverty in the country other than his economic measures.

In this speech, the President begins with the remark: “The conclusion is that there is no alternative to adaptation and no alternative to shock. Of course, this will have a negative impact on activity levels. Employment, real wages, level of the poor and destitute. There will be this inflation. This is true.”

After listening to Milei’s first speech, Ruzzarin responds sarcastically: “He concludes by saying: Well, there will be more unemployment, there will be a problem, there will be more homeless people, there will be no money, everything will work out. “It will be terrible, the economy will react and so on,” with people in the background reacting to the speech with cheers.

Likewise, the interviewee in his podcast, the Spanish Youtuber Santiago Armenilla, who is critical of left and right approaches, said: “Argentina is a surreal country, it has the dubious honor of having the first anarcho-capitalist president.” History. It is “the first time in history that a political leader has followed the recommendations of the so-called Austrian School of Economics.”

He explained that this fact shows that people ultimately do not vote for a particular program. “That means many people don’t care whether Milei keeps his election promises or not. What is clear is that Argentine voters are not voting for something, but against….”

He claims that Milei used lies to promise them a return to the promised land, which within 35 years would allow Argentina to return to what it hypothetically was in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. That is, the largest economic power in the world, the richest country in the world. “It is a false historical construction. That is, Argentina has never been a rich country, Argentina has never been a developed country,” he said.

Diego Ruzzarin and the Spaniard Santiago Armenilla analyzed Milei’s speech, where it can be found on the YouTube platform.

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