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Argentina Won the World Cup Now What? Repent

Argentina Won the World Cup Now What? We’ll tell you; REPENT! Here’s why: The history of Argentina.

The history of the great Argentina can be divided into four main parts:

  • the pre-Columbian time or early history (up to the sixteenth century)
  • the colonial period (1536–1809)
  • the period of nation-building (1810–1880)
  • and the history of modern Argentina (from around 1880).

The Prehistory

Prehistory in the present territory of Argentina began with the first human settlements on the southern tip of Patagonia around 13,000 years ago.

Written history began with the arrival of Spanish chroniclers in the expedition of Juan Díaz de Solís in 1516 to the Río de la Plata, which marks the beginning of the Spanish occupation of this region.

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BSM-IKOPPI disagrees with the written history beginning with the arrival of Spanish chroniclers as that takes away from the indigenous people who lived and were vastly civilized prior to Spanish chroniclers.

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Bring in the Spanish Crown

In 1776 the Spanish Crown established the Viceroyalty of the Río de la Plata, an umbrella of territories from which, with the Revolution of May 1810, began a process of gradual formation of several independent states, including one called the United Provinces of the Río de la Plata. With the declaration of independence on 9 July 1816, and the military defeat of the Spanish Empire in 1824, a federal state was formed in 1853–1861, known today as the Argentine Republic.

You can read the rest of that (garbage) hot mess at Wikipedia – 

According to Geographia.com, Along with numerous nomadic tribespeople, two main indigenous groups existed in Argentina before the European arrival. In the northwest, near Bolivia and the Andes, was a people known as the Diaguita, while further south and to the east were the Guarani. Together the Diaguita and the Guarani constitute the origins of permanent agricultural civilization in Argentina, both developing the cultivation of maize. The Diaguita are also remembered for having successfully prevented the powerful Inca from expanding their empire into Argentina from what is now Bolivia.

Juan de Solis

It was perhaps a legacy of this successful resistance that enabled the native peoples of Argentina to carry on a prolonged campaign against colonization and rule by the Spanish. The first Spaniard to land in Argentina, Juan de Solis, was killed in 1516, and several attempts to find Buenos Aires were stymied by the local inhabitants. Inland cities were more successful, and it wasn’t until the late 16th century that Buenos Aires was securely established.

More than one-third of the country’s 32 million people live in Buenos Aires, the capital, which along with other urban areas accounts for almost 90% of the total population. The principal indigenous peoples are the Quechua of the northwest and the Mapuche in Patagonia. Other marginal groups include the Matacos and Tobas in the Chaco and other northeastern cities. There are strong Jewish and Anglo-Argentine communities throughout the country; small communities of Japanese, Chileans, and Bolivians; and enclaves of Paraguayan and Uruguayan residents.

The universal language of Argentina is Spanish, but many natives and immigrants keep their mother tongues as a matter of pride.

The Religion of Argentina

As far as their religion, according to a 2019 survey by Conicet, the country’s national research institute, 62.9 percent of the population is Catholic; 15.3 Protestant, including evangelical groups; 18.9 percent no religion, which includes agnostics; 1.4 percent Jehovah’s Witnesses and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Church of Jesus Christ); 1.2 percent other, including Muslims and Jews; and 0.3 percent unknown. Other sources state Seventh-day Adventists, Baptists, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Lutherans, Methodists, and members of the Church of Jesus Christ together total 3 percent of the population.

According to AMIA, there are 220,000 Jews in the country, and the Islamic Center estimates the Muslim population at 800,000 to 1,000,000. Evangelical Christian communities, particularly Pentecostals, are growing, but no reliable statistics are available.

There is also a small number of Baha’is, Buddhists, and adherents of indigenous religions in the country; however, no data are available on the size of these groups (State.gov/reports).

Did you see our World Religions Book?

Within our book, World Religions the False Prophet in the Earth (you can download for free), we would highly recommend the Argentinian people to GET OUT of the world churches and world religions that are falsely leading the people. Just look at the economy of Argentina and it is clear it is not a fully God-fearing country.

The economy of Argentina is the second-largest national economy in South America, behind Brazil. Argentina is a developing country with a highly literate population, an export-oriented agricultural sector, and a diversified industrial base.

Argentina benefits from rich natural resources. Argentina’s economic performance has historically been very uneven, with high economic growth alternating with severe recessions, particularly since the late twentieth century. Income maldistribution and poverty have increased since this period. Early in the twentieth century, Argentina had one of the ten highest per capita GDP levels globally. It was on par with Canada and Australia and had surpassed both France and Italy.

A Dead Currency

Argentina’s currency declined by about 50% in 2018 to more than 38 Argentine pesos per U.S. Dollar. As of that year, it is under a stand-by program from the International Monetary Fund. In 2019, the currency fell further by 25%. In 2020, it fell by 90%, in 2021, 68%, and a further 52% in 2022 (until July 20th).

Argentina is considered an emerging market by the FTSE Global Equity Index (2018), and one of the G-20 major economies. In 2021, MCSI re-classified Argentina as a standalone market due to prolonged.

In Proverbs 29:2 it says, “When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice: but when the wicked beareth rule, the people mourn.”

The people of Argentina are celebrating their recent victories, but the people are mourning the economic hardships since 2018. Argentina and all nations, must REPENT and become BAPTISED in the name of the Holy Messiah and keep His commandments. The world religions are not commanding this under the Holy Order of Melchizedek, thus world calamities will continue, and national conflict will increase.

Congrats to Argentina

Congratulations to Argentina, nevertheless, leave the world religions and their wicked ways and learn from the Church of the Son of God Organization today!

Peace and Blessings


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