Yeps, it's all for show, I think. Dear Cristina is a zionist puppet, and she has never done anything FOR the people. So this can't be an exception.
Look, for example, at the fact that Israel has signed a special treaty within Mercosur
. As far as I know, it was the Argentinian government who encouraged this.
Quoting the article linked above:
With Argentina finally signing the agreement, Israel can now freely trade with the bloc with no restrictions.
In 2010, Israeli companies did 1.8 billion dollars of business with Mercosur countries, but only about 130 million with Argentina, because of high tariffs on Israeli goods there. With the expiration of the tariffs prescribed by the free trade agreement, Israeli officials are very optimistic that trade with the bloc will increase substantially.
It should be noted that Israel is the only country outside of Latin America to have such an agreement with the Mercosur countries.
This was in 2011.
Another thing is that, even though President Menem destroyed the economy by privatizing companies by YPF, and created a huge debt with the IMF, the more recent governments have reproached Chavez the fact that he tried to help, by paying a large part of the debt (sure, with interests, and all, but he got Argentina partially off the grip of the evil IMF!). So, this could be a strategy to get rid of Chavez indirectly, and to give more power back to the US (and Israel) on South America. I'm just speculating here, but I wouldn't be surprised if something like this was the real motivation. I mean, come on, YPF, Repsol, all oil companies. And we know how interested in them are the pathocrats. With the Venezuelan government having control over all oil in South America, they're probably trying to get some control back. And Cristina probably loves it!
A human farm indeed. A country with so much potential and so many resources that has, like many others, been taken over and destroyed long ago under the facade of independence and of the fictitious end of dictatorships. A democracy like this is not much better...