Argentina president blasts UNSC for shielding Israel


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On Tuesday, Argintina president Cristina Fernadez de Kirtchner, as “rotating Chairperson” blasted the five permanent members of the UN Security Council (United States, Britain, France, Russia and China) for misusing their veto powers in favor of their allies. She highlighted United States’ record of sheilding the Zionist entity for over 39 times out of 79 times it used its veto power since 1970, when its used its first veto on a resolution regarding Rhodesia (Zimbabwe).

Cristina Fernandez also criticized the member states that don’t implement UN resolutions, citing unheeded demands for a Palestinian state and Britain’s refusal to engage in talks about the disputed Falkland Islands, which Argentina calls the Malvinas.

Fernandez strongly supported the Arab League’s UN observer Ahmed Amin Fathalla who has said all 193 UN member states must implement its resolutions. This is “the crux of resolving conflicts and central to the effectiveness of the Security Council in settling different matters,” she said.

In July 2012, the pro-Israel Jewish groups around the world condemned Cristina Fernandez for not blaming Iran for the 1994 AMIA building terrorist attack in Buenos Aire. It’s an Israeli Mossad false flag operation to demonize Hizbullah and Iran. Currently, former Argentina Jewish Interior Minister, Carlos Vladimir Corach, is being investigated for paying $400,000 bribe to a key witness to blame Iran for the terrorist attack.

AMIA management has hired Argentina-born Luis Gabriel Moreno Ocampo, former Prosecutor at the International Criminal Court (ICC) to represent it at the 3-member independent panel to be agreed-upon by Argentina and Iran. The ICC has long proved itself to be a Zionist Occupied Entity.

Fernandez was not on personal terms with former Iranian president Ahmadinejad as were former president of Brazil, Luiz “Lula” da Silva and late president of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez. Since the new Iranian president, Hassan Rouhani, studied in Scotland for his Ph.D, many western analyst claim that being “moderate, worldly and sophisticated (than Ahmadinejad)”, he will distance himself from the anti-US Latin American leaders. “We are looking at keeping good relationships with all nations including the North Americans,” said Rouhani during his first news conference after assuming the presidency of Iran.

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