Javier and Nier…
Бесноватый президент Аргентины обращается к левым силам и социалистам.
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Authored by Javier Milei via Media and Religion Relations
Javier Milei won the Argentinian presidential election.
He is a right-wing libertarian who has promised to bring about drastic changes in the country’s economic and political landscape. His victory marks a significant shift to the right for Argentina, and his proposals, including dollarizing the economy and implementing conservative social policies, have resonated with voters who are seeking change in the face of economic challenges.
Milei’s win has been celebrated by some international figures, including former U.S. President Donald Trump, while others have expressed concern about the implications of his presidency.
Javier Milei has expressed a passionate love for Judaism and Israel and has stated his desire to convert to Judaism.
He has been studying Jewish topics regularly with a Buenos Aires rabbi and has considered conversion, although he has also mentioned that observing Shabbat may be an obstacle to converting.
Milei’s interest in Judaism has been an unexpected aspect of his political rise and has attracted attention in Argentina and beyond.
Javier Milei and the video game “Nier: Automata” share a connection in their unexpected and unconventional aspects.
Milei, a libertarian economist and the newly elected president of Argentina, has attracted attention for his interest in Judaism and his consideration of converting to the religion.
Similarly, Nier: Automata is known for its unconventional storytelling and unexpected narrative elements, which have garnered attention and praise from the gaming community.
Both Milei and Nier: Automata have surprised and intrigued people through their unorthodox characteristics, making them stand out in their respective fields.
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