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NextImg:Argentinian President Javier Milei Announces Crack Down on Leftism, Clears Out Homeless Encampment in Buenos Aires

Argentinian President Javier Milei is announcing a crack down on organized leftism, returning order to the streets shortly after getting elected.

The radical anarcho-capitalist libertarian is indicating that he is not opposed to using state force as a way to shape society understanding, like former Chilean President Augusto Pinochet before him, that freedom cannot thrive with leftist subversives on the loose.

Milei has already sent police to clear out a homeless encampment in the nation’s capital of Buenos Aires:

In addition, Milei is taking aim at the bureaucracy in his country, immediately slashing the number of national government agencies from 18 to 9 by executive order. Milei has announced a bold plan to cut the size and scope of government in Argentina:

Big League Politics has reported on Milei’s shocking emergence as the Trump-like figure leading his nation back to glory after terrible liberal leadership:

Javier Milei, Argentina’s recently-elected president, could be meeting up with former President Donald Trump in the near future. 

Trump congratulated Milei for his victory on Truth Social on November 19, 2023. 

“Congratulations to Javier Milei on a great race for President of Argentina,” Trump stated on Truth Social

“The whole world was watching! I am very proud of you. You will turn your Country around and truly Make Argentina Great Again!”,  the former president added. 

Milei is already fulfilling his promise. The election of Milei as well as recent election results in the Netherlands indicates that the public is hungry for populist right-wing leaders. This bodes well for Trump’s rise in 2024.