New Argentine Leaders Calls Out ‘Satantic Socialism’ During Recent Trip

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On the first day of his visit to Spain on Friday, Argentine President Javier Milei condemned “satanic” socialism in a speech that was met with criticism from a member of Spain’s left-wing government.

“Let us not let the dark, black, satanic, atrocious, horrible carcinogenic side that is socialism prevail over us,” Milei said.

Minister of Labor of Spain Yolanda Diaz accused Milei of fostering “hatred” earlier on Friday, weeks after a diplomatic dispute between the countries.

Sumar, one of the subordinate coalition partners of Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, is led by Diaz on the extreme left.

Although Milei refrained from explicitly addressing her remark, he did assert that his policies were restoring Argentina to its former trajectory “after a century-long decline.”

Self-proclaimed “anarcho-capitalist” Milei gained the Argentine presidency in November on a platform that pledged to eliminate the national deficit.

To this end, he has implemented an austerity program in which transportation, petroleum, and energy subsidies have been reduced by the government.

Milei, whose visit to Spain commenced on Friday, has no plans to meet with King Felipe VI or Sanchez.

He is scheduled to attend a gathering of the Spanish far-right party Vox on Sunday, where he will be joined by other far-right luminaries, including Marine Le Pen of France.

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