January 4, 2018 – Fort Russ News – Paul Antonopoulos – Translated from Nova Resistencia.
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil – Argentine authorities are questioning the massive purchase of land by a British billionaire in Patagonia, as well as on the “vacation” that tens of thousands of Israeli soldiers spend on their estates.
In the nineteenth century, the British government had hesitated to install Israel in present-day Uganda, Argentina or Palestine. Indeed, Argentina was then controlled by the United Kingdom and, on the initiative of the French Baron Maurice de Hirsch, had become a land of welcome for Jews fleeing the pogroms of Central Europe.
In the twentieth century, following the military coup against General Juan Perón, the country’s democratically elected president, an anti-Semitic movement developed within the Armed Forces. She spread a leaflet accusing the new State of Israel of preparing an invasion of Patagonia, the Andinia Plan.
It seems nowadays that if the Argentine extreme right had exaggerated the facts in the 70’s, there was, after all, a project of implantation (and not of invasion) in Patagonia.
Everything changed with the Falklands War in 1982. At the time, the Argentine Military Junta tried to recover the Falkland Islands, South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands, which had been occupied for a century and a half by the British. The UN recognized the legitimacy of the Argentine claim, but the Security Council condemns the use of force to recover such territories. The bet is high, once the territorial waters of these archipelagos give access to all the riches of the Antarctic continent.
At the end of this war, which caused thousands of deaths (British official numbers are largely hidden), London imposes a particularly hard peace treaty on Buenos Aires. Its Armed Forces are limited to the simplest expression. Above all, the control of the airspace of the South of its territory, and of the Antarctic, is withdrawn to him for the benefit of the Royal Air Force, and they must communicate all their operations to the United Kingdom.
In 1992 and 1994, two mysterious attacks, particularly deadly and devastating, successively destroyed the Israeli embassy and the headquarters of the Israeli association AMIA. The first occurs when the heads of the Israeli intelligence station in Latin America leave the building. The second, in the context of the joint Egyptian-Argentine investigations on the ballistic missiles Condor. At that time, the main Condor factory exploded, while the children of Presidents Carlos Menem and Hafez al-Assad died accidentally. The various investigations will give rise to a succession of manipulations.
After summoning Syria, Attorney General Alberto Nisman turns on Iran, which he accuses of commanding the two attacks, and against Hezbollah (who would have executed them). Former Peronist President Cristina Kirchner is accused of negotiating an end to the charges against Iran in exchange for advantages in oil prices. Prosecutor Nisman is found dead in his home and President Kirchner is sentenced for high treason. However, the previous week, a staged play destroys everything that was believed to be true: the US FBI releases DNA analyzes attesting to the presumed terrorist’s absence, as well as the presence of an unidentified body. After 25 years, nothing is known about these attacks.
In the twentieth century, taking advantage of the advantages conferred on them by the Treaty of the Falklands War, the United Kingdom and Israel set up a new project in Patagonia.
British billionaire Joe Lewis acquires immense territories in the Argentine South, and even in neighboring Chile. Its properties cover several times the size of the State of Israel. They are located in Tierra del Fuego, at the southern end of the continent. They surround Lake Escondido, effectively blocking access to the region, despite a contrary judicial decision.
A private airport, with a two-kilometer runway (landing), was prepared by the billionaire to receive civilian and military transport planes.
Since the Falklands War, the Israeli army has organized “holiday camps” (sic) for its soldiers in Patagonia. Annually, they are now from 8 to 10,000, among them those who come to spend two weeks in the lands of Joe Lewis.
If, in the 1970s, the Argentine army had guarded the construction of 25,000 empty houses, which gave rise to the myth of the Andinia plan, today hundreds of thousands would have been built.
It is impossible to verify the progress of the works since these lands are private and neutralize Google Earth in terms of satellite photos of the area (as it does with the military installations of the Atlantic Alliance).
Neighboring Chile ceded a submarine base to Israel. There tunnels were dug to allow survival to the polar winter.
The Mapuche indigenous people, who inhabit Patagonia (both Argentine and Chilean), were surprised to learn of the reactivation in Mapuche of the Mapuche Ancestral Resistance (RAM), a mysterious organization that claims independence: first accused of being an old association recovered by the Secret Argentine Services, the RAM is now considered by the left as a legitimate separatist movement, however, by Mapuche leaders, as an initiative funded by George Soros.
On November 15, 2017, the Navy (Argentina-ndT) lost all contact with the submarine ARA San Juan, which was finally declared sunk in the sea. It is one of two diesel-electric submarines TR 1700 that were the pride of the small Argentine Army. The Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO) announced that it had recorded an unusual acoustic phenomenon in the Atlantic near the area where San Juan had sent its last signal. The government finally admitted that the submarine was working on an unspecified “secret mission” from which London had been informed. While the US military was searching, the Russian Navy dispatched a drone capable of exploring the seabed 6,000 feet deep, which found nothing. The San Juan probably exploded. The Argentine press is convinced that it collided with a mine or was destroyed by an enemy torpedo.
It is impossible at this point to determine whether Israel has embarked on an Antarctic exploration program or whether it is building a back base in the event of defeat in Palestine.