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The United States had Donald Trump. Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro. Argentina will now have, for the next four years, a certain Javier Milei, elected this Sunday by a landslide vote of 56% to 44% – or 13 million votes to 10 million for his unsuccessful rival Sergio Massa.
Today begins the reconstruction of Argentina, the end of decadence. The impoverishing model of the omnipresent state is ending. Today, we once again embrace the ideas of freedom, those of our founding fathers, Milei said in his victory speech. He promised to make Argentina the rich country it was a century ago.
In threatening Trump-like tones, he demanded that the government take charge of the transition, and warned that it will be very tough on those who violently resist the proposed changes. There will be no progress or lukewarmness […] and if we do not act quickly with the structural changes that Argentina needs, we are heading towards the worst crisis in history.
< p class="StyledBodyHtmlParagraph-sc-48221190-4 hnvfyV">Trump, Bolsonaro and now Milei. Three atypical right-wing leaders, representing three of the five most populous countries in the Americas. Three characters with brutal rhetoric, without any magnanimity in victory.
Leaders labeled with various terms – extremist, populist, authoritarian, reactionary, libertarian, hard neoliberal, anti-state, demagogue, egotistical, cruel – who never manage to define them precisely, or place them in the same family.
As it is true that these three characters represent, each in their own way, despite similarities in style and with their respective programs (when they really have any a), various ways of brutally rejecting the political status quo, the men and women who embodied it.
Is Javier Milei a political cousin of the two previous ones, his neighbors in the Americas? Yes, if we look at the style, the big mouth, the contempt for adversaries, the angry antagonism etched on the face.
Yes, we can classify them all together on the right, and even a hard right, since all three continually express their defiance and their distrust in the face of the deep state, in the face of the socialists, and even the communists who are supposed to have always been in power, for the greatest misfortune of peoples.