Argentine General and 28 Others Sentenced to Life for Crimes Against Humanity

teleSUR | August 25, 2016 An Argentine court sentenced former General Luciano Benjamin Menendez to life in prison Thursday for crimes against humanity committed at secret Dirty War-era detention ce…

Source: Argentine General and 28 Others Sentenced to Life for Crimes Against Humanity

“……alidity of the piece.


  • *Declassified foreign office documents claim Israel sold weapons to Argentina in Falklands War*

    Skyhawk jets exported by Israeli military to Argentina were used against British warships.
    It has emerged that Israel sold weapons and equipment to Argentine military junta in the 1980s that were used against the British naval task force during the 1982 Falklands conflict. Newly released UK Foreign Office files carry evidence from British diplomats on Israel’s role in the ten-week war.
    The classified documents dated 16 November, 1984, were released recently by the National Archives. The documents also stated that Israel continued its military exports to Argentina even after the end of the Falklands War. Britain won the war and reclaimed its sovereignty over the territorial islands in the South Atlantic.…


    • Some interesting Argentina and Pope Francis connections

      Jorge Mario Bergoglio In 1973, he had been appointed “Provincial” of Argentina for the Society of Jesus. In this capacity, Bergoglio was the highest ranking Jesuit in Argentina during the military dictatorship led by General Jorge Videla (1976-1983). He later became bishop and archbishop of Buenos Aires. Pope John Paul II elevated him to the title of cardinal in 2001…

      Horacio Verbitsky El Silencio (Silence).recounts how the Argentine navy with the connivance of Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio, [2013 Pope Francis I.] hid from a visiting delegation of the Inter-American Human Rights Commission the dictatorship’s political prisoners. Bergoglio was hiding them in nothing less than his holiday home in an island called El Silencio in the River Plate.…

      Commencing in September of 1981, the present [2013] Pope Francis 1 acted as an agent for the Argentine military Junta to acquire Exocet missiles which were used against the Royal Navy flotilla during the Falklands War the following year. During September and October of 1981, Pope Francis, as then-priest Jorge Mario Bergoglio, applied through his friend Roberto Calvi, a high official in the Vatican Bank, for the funds that allowed the Argentine Junta to buy “at least twenty” of the Exocet missiles at a cost of over $200 million, according to the British source. After the Exocet missile deal was successfully concluded, the relatively unknown cleric, Fr. Jorge Bergoglio, was rapidly elevated in the Argentine Catholic hierarchy. He became the head of the entire Roman Catholic Church in Argentina in 1998 as part of his reward.…

      In June 1982, the same month Britain regained the Falkland Islands after war with Argentina, Roberto Calvi was found hanged beneath Blackfriars Bridge in London

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  • Now then, now then, boys and girls. Where do you think the kreepzoids are working away diligently without any gunfire and sniper turning up to distract the quiet evening’s repast on the estanza? The CdD red wine stains on their big map  are moving onto other sinistra feasts now.

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