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Milei Urges Europe to Reject ‘Cancerous’ Socialism at Madrid Populist Rally

Argentina’s President Javier Millay made headlines in Madrid on Sunday when he appealed to Europeans to reject socialism promoted by “global elites” at a rally for his populist party ahead of EU parliamentary elections.

Greeted with thunderous applause and a standing ovation from the crowd of about 11,000, Millay, the liberal economist-turned-president famous for vowing to put a “chainsaw” to Argentina’s bureaucratic state, told Europeans He appealed to people to turn their backs on “evil.” He spoke about socialism when he spoke at the VIVA24 conference in Madrid, organized by VOX leader Santiago Abascal.

“Never forget that the damn socialists murdered 150 million humans,” Millais declared. according to to El MundoHe added: “Socialism inevitably brings slavery and death. To open the door to socialism is to invite death.”

“The cancer of society is socialism and the enemy is the left. Let’s not let the dark, black, brutal, demonic, cancerous side beat us,” he said. Said.

“You know what’s best for workers? Let’s make sure they’re free to agree with workers on their accounts,” Milley argued.

“Do you know what’s best for women? Stop treating them like victims who need special care. Or do socialists think women are inferior beings?” Or is it not enough to be equal before the law? Do you know that it is better for the children? Father and mother know them better than any bureaucrat.”

“If the state exists, its role is to protect the life, property and freedom of individuals,” Millais added. “The world’s elites do not understand how destructive it is to implement socialist ideas.”

“Freedom always triumphs over death, good always triumphs over evil…Let us not succumb to socialism. We will stand up to it more courageously,” Millais concluded, before adding his famous slogan: “Long live freedom!” shouted.

Argentina’s President Javier Millei speaks on stage at the “Europe Viva 24” rally of Spain’s far-right party Vox held in Madrid on May 19, 2024. Argentina’s President Javier Millay will attend a rally for the Spanish political party Vox, along with other political parties. far-right leaders such as France’s Marine Le Pen; (Photo Credit: OSCAR DEL POZO/AFP) (Photo Credit: OSCAR DEL POZO/AFP, Getty Images)

During a visit to Spain, Millay directly challenged Pedro Sánchez, the socialist Prime Minister of Spain, to debate opposing worldviews “face to face.”

“The problem is, if Mr. Pedro Sánchez wants to talk about social justice, he wants me to explain to him why it’s okay to steal. Why is it okay to treat people unequally under the law? Let me explain, because deep down in social justice, you’re stealing from someone in order to give it to someone else… In another context, he’s saying it’s okay to steal. Well, that’s probably because stealing is fine with socialists and it’s part of their policy.

The outspoken Argentine leader continued his not-so-subtle attacks on the Spanish leader’s wife, Begoña Gómez, but Ms. Millay accused her of using her husband’s leadership role for personal financial gain. He called Begoña Gómez a “corrupt woman” over accusations of taking advantage of her.

“Let me explain why he supports inequality before the law. Perhaps he needs inequality before the law so that he can ignore the problems that women have with justice (Begoña Gómez).” “I guess that’s what I mean,” he said jokingly.

Regarding his confrontational approach to international relations, Millais said: I say this: The cultural battle is a non-negotiable imperative. ”

Madrid, Spain, May 19, 2024: Jose Abascal, leader of the Spanish political party Vox, and French politician Marine Le Pen participate in a meeting of conservative political parties from around the world. Photo: Cesar Luis de Luca/dpa (Photo by Cesar Luis de Luca/picture Alliance via Getty Images)

Madrid, Spain, May 19, 2024: Jose Abascal, leader of the Spanish political party Vox, and French politician Marine Le Pen participate in a meeting of conservative political parties from around the world. Photo: Cesar Luis de Luca/dpa (Photo by Cesar Luis de Luca/picture Alliance via Getty Images)

At the conference in Madrid, Millais was joined by key figures in the global populist movement, including French opposition leader Marine Le Pen, Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni, and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. I want the patriots to occupy Brussels if they wish.” To protect Europe’s borders. ”

MADRID, SPAIN - MAY 19: Giorgia Meloni, President of the Italian Council of Ministers, speaks via telematics at VOX's

MADRID, SPAIN – MAY 19: Giorgia Meloni, President of the Italian Council of Ministers, speaks via telematic at VOX’s “Viva 24” event held at Palazzo Vistalegre in Madrid, Spain, on May 19, 2024. The event, called “Viva 24” and hosted annually by VOX, is being celebrated for the third time with the participation of international leaders, including Argentina’s President Javier Millay. Furthermore, in this year’s issue, the party announced its electoral plan for the June 9 European elections. (Photo by Carlos Lujan/Europa Press, Getty Images)

Spain’s populist leader Santiago Abascal, who organized the conference, blamed “progressives, leftists, reds, socialists and the despicable and self-conscious right” for not confronting the migrant crisis facing Europe. did.

“One day they’re lamenting the recent humanitarian tragedy of boat sinking in the Mediterranean, and the next day they’re giving new grants to NGOs working to bring in more boats,” he said. Ta.

The conference comes two weeks before citizens across the EU go to the polls to choose the next European Parliament. Buoyed by growing anger over economic failures, mass immigration and environmental policies, populist parties are expected to make significant gains and potentially win outright victories in more than nine countries.

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