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FTR #131 The Loot of the Argentine Holocaust

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Tracing the evolution of Latin American fascism from the roots planted at the end of World War II (see FTR-130), this broadcast highlights a disturbing methodological similarity between the Argentine fascists of the 1970s and 80s and their Third Reich progenitors: the looting of the possessions of their victims and utilization of the proceeds to finance operations. Focusing on the activities of Argentine fascist and security operative Raul Gugliemenetti, the broadcast sets forth the appropriation of the property of victims of Argentina’s “Dirty War” in the 1970s and 80s and the secreting of the loot in the secret Swiss bank accounts held by officers who directed the war. These monies, as well as funds derived from the Bolivian cocaine trade, were used to fund Argentine-directed fascist terror activities throughout Latin America, including the overthrow of the democratically elected Bolivian government in the “Cocaine Coup” of 1980 and the CIA assisted Contra War as well. The Bolivian Coup involved the cooperation of former Gestapo and CIA operative Klaus Barbie and his squad of “Coca-Fascisti”. (Recorded in February of 1999.)

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