The Battle for Sovereignty in Argentina
June 26, 2014 • 2:10PM

Here are several recent items on the issue of the fight for Sovereignty in Argentina, as that nations struggles to thwart a financial attack on it's nation and population.

G77 & China Offer "Unanimous Support" to Argentina Against Vulture Fund Genocide

The G-77 + China grouping offered its "unanimous support" to Argentina in its battle against predatory vulture funds and an insane U.S. judiciary, following a June 25 presentation to the group's representatives in New York by Argentine Finance Minister Axel Kicillof.

Argentine Bishops: Economy Must Be at the Service of the Common Good; Don't Sacrifice Our People to the Foreign Debt

A June 24 statement by Argentina's Catholic Conference, entitled "A Reflection on the Situation Created by the Foreign Debt," expresses the grave concern of the nation's bishops over "the situation created by the foreign debt and its possible consequences for our country and the lives of our people, especially our most vulnerable brothers, as a result of the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision."

Russia Backs Argentina on Debt Fight

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and other government officials warmly welcomed an Argentine congressional delegation to Moscow today, and expressed support for Argentina's desire to pay its debt, and come to some agreement with those "holdouts" who didn't participate in the 2005 and 2010 debt restructuring, and are now attempting to drive Argentina into default if it doesn't capitulate to their murderous demands.

Panicked Debate, Brawl Over Consequences of Vulture Fund Assault on Argentina

Intense international, U.S. establishment, and media debate on the consequences of the U.S. Supreme Court and vulture-fund assault on Argentina reflect the brawl—and panic—which this situation has unleashed.

While some correctly point out that the vultures' onslaught is intended to extract murderous debt payments from the Argentine people, and undermine national sovereignty, no one proposes the necessary solution of bringing down the British Empire. Much emphasis, for example, is placed on the proposal to create a global mechanism to restructure sovereign debt within the confines of the existing system.