Javier Milei

The candidate for national deputy in the City of Buenos Aires for the front Freedom Advances Javier Milei provided radio statements in which he showed certain moderation in its speech, which surprised his social networks. In his exhibitions he usually points against the “political caste“, made of “all“The political leadership, although now it clarified that it is not” all “. Then, he resumed his “strong” speech to lash out at him. Front of All (FdT).

In dialogue with Radio Con Vos, Milei assured that “all politicians are not caste, caste is a part. There are people who say outrageous things and make aberrant mistakes, but they do it with good intentions, they don’t do it out of fucking. He does it out of ignorance ”, added the economist and added:“ It happened to me on the different walks. When people come, they approach you, they comment on their circumstances. If you are not in good standing in terms of knowledge and empirical evidence, you can do anything, it is very strong, “he said.

Then, he argued that “much of politics is chaste.” In this framework, he pointed out that “he lives off people, he knows that what he did is harmful, he knows it from the theoretical and practical, he has applied it several times and continues to do so.” In another fragment of his interview, he denied that he is going to join the FdT, after the accusations of the referent of the Civic Coalition, Elisa Carrió, who called him a “right-wing Kirchner”. “I am not going to vote in line with Kirchnerism,” the economist emphasized this morning in a radio dialogue.

Along these lines, he remarked that “I am not going to let any of them pass (to the Front of All), nor am I going to be a member of Kirchnerism.” “I will always vote against raising taxes, creating new ones and going against freedom, property and life. Both the ruling party and the pseudo opposition cannot assure you because they have both done it, ”added the economist. At the end of his interview, he referred to his visit to Villa 31, one of the popular neighborhoods, where Javier Milei made a great choice.

“What happens to me is transversal to all neighborhoods in terms of concern about employment, that they are bad, that the money is not enough. In the most deprived neighborhoods, mothers are afraid that their children will get into drugs, that they will end up in a shootout or being criminals. In the better neighborhoods, economic issues continue, but the fear is that the kids will leave. I try to explain and tell how I think it comes out of this, that is the interaction that is generated, “he said.

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