The nefariousness of it all is clear. She intends to re-attack the Falklands, and then take over Antarctica. And look at this: at home she's accused of “electoral engineering.” That sounds sounds all dictatorial and everything. I mean look at what she's accused of: “abandoning duties to campaign” and “watching polls.” That’s just unconscionable, a perversion of democracy.
Since we all know that free trade and democracy are inseparable, accusations that her government is engaging in closet protectionism are clearly a sign that the jackboots will be out on the street at any moment. I mean, nobody could possibly support protectionism. Nobody. This is at least semi-dictatorial, right?
I mean, wow. In December, Buenos Aires announced the “Production and Work Defense Program.” Under it, the government promised to impose temporary limits on the quantity of imports in such strategic sectors as shoes, clothes, and tires. Democratic countries would never do anything like that. It just violates every known principle of everything. And it sounds scary. “Production and Work”?
Add to that the fact that the government has taken over control of the grain export trade. How dare they try to keep track of the taxes farmers pay the federal government! There are no democratic governments where the state controls the export of agricultural products. None.
I mean, the above picture, it's just terrifying. Look how those Chilean soldiers have broken discipline, turning their heads out of formation, in what clearly must be fear. Yes, the Argentine dictator must be stopped.