Cristina Kirchner

Maduro Suggests Argentina Pass ‘Hate Speech’ Law After VP Assassination Attempt

Venezuela’s socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro, in an telephone interview given to Argentina’s Radio 10 on Sunday, suggested that the government of Argentina should implement a “hate speech” law, similar to the one passed by his regime in 2017, following the alleged assassination attempt against Argentina’s vice president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner on Thursday.

Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro and his wife Cilia Flores (R) dance during celebrations in the framework of the "Youth Day" at the Bolivar Square in Caracas, Venezuela on February 12, 2019. - Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido told tens of thousands of supporters on Tuesday that desperately-needed humanitarian aid would …

Study: Argentine Prosecutor Alberto Nisman Was Murdered

Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman–who was found dead in his apartment the day before he was to testify before the Argentine legislature that President Cristina Kirchner had worked with Iran to protect the perpetrators of the nation’s deadliest terror attack–could not have killed himself because if he did, he would have had metal traces on his hands, a new study shows.


Argentina’s President Adopts First Jewish ‘Godson’ Under 1920s Werewolf Law

In a breakthrough ceremony for Argentina based on laws meant to prevent the mass killing or abandoning of the seventh child of a family due to superstition, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner adopted a 21-year-old Jewish man as a national “Godson” this week, the first non-Catholic to receive the bizarre patronage from the South American country.