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Socialists Defeated In Argentina

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Javier Milei, Argentina’s President-elect, delivered a victorious speech, emphasizing his commitment to liberty and his plans to restore Argentina to a world-power status within 35 years.

Milei won in a landslide victory, soundly defeating his socialist opponent and promising to embrace classical liberalism, limited government, and free commerce.

Milei aims to make drastic changes to address Argentina’s critical economic situation and invited all to join the new Argentina.

“Today begins the reconstruction of Argentina,” he began.

“Today we turn the page of our history and return to take the path that we never should have lost.”

“Today, the impoverishing model of the omnipresent state – which only benefits some while the majority of Argentines suffer – ends,” he went on.

“Today ends the idea that the state is loot to be divided among politicians and their friends. Today ends that vision that the victimizers are the victims and the victims the victimizers.”

“Today, we retake the path that made this country great, today we again embrace the ideas of liberty.”

“The model of decadence has come to an end, there is no turning back.”

“The results of this model are at the sight of everyone,” he continued, “from being the wealthiest country in the world, we are now 130th.”

“Half of Argentines are poor and ten percent are indigent. Enough of the impoverishing model of the caste. Today we once again embrace the model of liberty to return to being a world power.”

He also warned against violence and emphasized the need for swift and structural changes, asserting that Argentina’s future depends on embracing a liberal path.

“The situation of Argentina is critical. The changes that our country needs are drastic. There is no room for gradualism, there is no room for lukewarmness, there is no room for half-measures,” he later added.

“If we don’t advance quickly with the structural changes that argentina needs, we will go straight into the worst crisis of our entire history.”

“Despite the enormous problems the country has, despite how bleak the situation looks, Argentina has a future but that future exists only if the future is liberal,” he said.

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