Tag Archives: Argentina

The Road To El Dorado

South America 2008 (201)

(Excerpted from Chapter 25: The Southern Cone: The Grateful Unrich…)

El Dorado, Argentina 2-1-08

Often in life one has to hit the bottom before things can improve. This seems especially true of travel. Just when we are ready to start choking every single person in this country, we roll into the small town of El Dorado – 100 kilometers south of Iguazu Falls and the problematic tri-border area where Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay meet. Continue reading

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How BCCI Ripped Off Poorest Countries

000029(Excerpted from Chapter 6: Bank of Crooks & Criminals International: Big Oil & Their Bankers…)

Robin Hood in Reverse

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) had close ties to BCCI. Continue reading

The IMF/BCCI Mugger

Around the World Trip 2009 315Since its inception, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has violently abused the people of the developing world in its role as debt collector for the Eight Families’ Rothschild-led banking monopoly.

The banksters sink poor countries into debt via loans that benefit either their wholly-owned multinational corporations or well-placed domestic straw men. Continue reading

Poison, Penguins & Pinochet

South America 2008 (98)(Excerpted from Chapter 25: The Southern Cone: The Grateful Unrich…)

Our second Andesmar bus is again late at the Bariloche bus station in the foothills of the Argentine Andes We arrive at the station well before the 9:00 AM departure time but the bus doesn’t show until 10:30. A German student and her Argentine friend are taking the same bus so we commiserate together. Continue reading