this Thursday , hours after the President compared him to Adolf Hitler.
The candidate for La Libertad Avanza branded the chief executive officer "ignorant" and assured that he had "trivialized the Shoa."
"Not only are you
ignorant that constitutes a shame
for good Argentines," started the libertarian economist.
And he went on
referring to the Holocaust
: "Furthermore, with your words you fall into the
crime of trivializing
the Shoa, which, beyond the personal, offends the memory of millions of people who are victims of the unheard of."
He accompanied his message on social networks with
a video that shows him at the Buenos Aires Holocaust Museum
Later, the legislator released another video in which he returned to the charge against the President.
There, he reiterated to Fernández that "not only is it an international shame for all Argentines" for whom "it is ruining their lives", but also "it falls into the crime of trivializing the Holocaust", produced in Europe since the assumption of the Third Reich in Germany in 1933.
Milei said he felt attacked by the President's words and that, furthermore, "he is attacking the memory of millions of human beings who were killed by a madman, by a delusional person."
At the end of the short video, the libertarian closed: "You know what? Say anything about me, but don't offend the victims of a massacre like the Holocaust. Thank you."
Earlier, in an interview from the United States, Alberto Fernández had compared him to Hitler.
"The pandemic has left many people dissatisfied, hurt, hurt and angry with politics. So, everything that is shown as anti-system accumulates.
Milei is a threat to democracy
, clearly, because
also use democracy to gain access to power", began the president.
"Hitler did not arrive through a coup,
he arrived voted for by the Germans
. Authoritarians often use democracy to gain access to power," said Fernández, who asked to "open people's eyes."
Patricia Bullrich had already spoken
about the controversial definition of Alberto F.
Will our president know who Hitler was?
It can't be so inserious to compare Javier Milei with one of the worst genocides in the history of humanity," said the PRO presidential candidate.
All Javier Milei's response to Alberto Fernández and an old comparison
After his incendiary message,
Milei continued his criticism
of the President, expanded the questions to "the politicians" and gave his version of the origin of the support that drives him to run in the 2023 elections.
Make no mistake, Alberto Fernández
. We Argentines are fed up with politicians because for a hundred years they promoted a model that impoverishes citizens and enriches you. They destroyed one of the richest countries in the world with nefarious ideas to fill their pockets" , explained the national deputy.
He pointed out what is, from his point of view, the "only threat to democracy."
to Argentine democracy is to continue with this model that guarantees that
we are going to become the largest shantytown in the world
. The only solution is to return to the model of freedom thought by Alberdi that made us the richest country in the world," Milei explained.
He closed his release via Twitter true to his style: "The problem they have is that they are beginning to realize that in the Argentina of the future there is no place for
parasites who live off the efforts of others
like you. LONG LIVE FREEDOM, FUCK."
His messages were illustrated with a video of his visit to the Holocaust Museum in Buenos Aires, which occurred in November 2021. Two months later, the DAIA came out to repudiate comments from the La Libertad Avanza reference for a comparison with the Holocaust.
in January 2022
, when the national deputy linked the health pass that was being implemented due to the pandemic to attend mass events to
"when the people were marked during the Holocaust
"Milei related the health pass to the Star of David that the Jews wore during the Holocaust. The comparison with issues related to the health situation
incurs in the trivialization of the Shoah
that once again offends the memory of the 6 million Jews murdered," it was stated. then pronounced
Last June, Milei got into a discussion with Elisa Carrió, who drew a parallel with Hitler.
"He may know about the economy, but as president
he could be Hitler. Even worse
, because he does not have emotional balance or temperance," said the founder of the Civic Coalition about the national deputy.
After he answered (he spoke of "lack of scruples"), the Holocaust Museum called to
"avoid misuse" of the Shoa
"to argue against the adversary."
Alberto Fernández said that Macri's announcement "was not a gesture of greatness" and compared Milei to Hitler: "He is a threat to democracy"
The back room of the meeting between Alberto Fernández and his "absolute ally" Joe Biden