A thug described as a “social grassroots leader” belonging to the Kirchner couple’s ‘black shirts’ cadres has proposed Argentina celebrate August 2 as the Day of the “Son of a b….” which is when former military dictator Jorge Rafael Videla was born.
“In Argentina, particularly in the nineties we had a whole bunch of sons of b……: (former president Carlos) Menem; (former president Eduardo) Duhalde and (former president Fernando) de la Rúa, and we also had (former Economy minister Domingo) Cavallo…” said Luis D’Elía whose squads of unemployed roam the streets of Buenos Aires or wherever they are needed in the country to bully and intimidate in support of the Kirchner couple.
“I could name 150, 200 sons of b……” he added, “but we chose August 2 because on that very day another son of a b.... was born who preceded all the others, Jorge Rafael Videla”, said D’Elía interviewed by several radios in Buenos Aires.
The former dictator already imprisoned currently faces further charges of crimes against humanity and human rights violations for allegedly ordering the shootings of trade union an student leaders in the seventies in Cordoba.
D’Elía also identified former president Nestor Kirchner (2003/2007) “as another son of a b…., but our son of a b….” because he turned around Argentina: four million more old age pensioners; four million new jobs; Argentine companies are back in Argentine hands and he has made the economy function for the workers.
“Our son of a b…. has opened a new era of hope and prosperity for Argentina”, said the ‘social grassroots leader’, who at one time was a regular visitor of Casa Rosada, seat of the Argentine Executive.
According to Argentine opposition lawmakers and the Buenos Aires media, D’Elía manages a monthly budget equivalent to 15.000 US dollars to finance his “social group” of street protestors, which is provided from special federal funds.
However lately he has been forced to keep a low profile because he’s a dedicated supporter of Iran and Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, and has openly supported his statements regarding the Holocaust and the state of Israel.