argentina victim of israeli military junta: uraguayan(jewish?) mother of macarena gellman , María Claudia García
Macarena Gellman is the daughter of Uraguyan María Claudia García Iruretagoyena and son of famous argentine Jewish poet Gellman who was taken away while 6 months pregnant and disappeared by the Israeli controlled Argentine military off the streets of Buenos Aires Argentina in 1976 and thus one of the first of many women used as baby machines for the fascist Zionist controlled Argentine military junta.While poet Gellman's desperate search for his son ended in the discovery of his dead body his wife who does not appear to have been of Jewish origen is re-patrioated back to her native Uraguay where she is kept like an animasl by the cooperating Uruguayan military to bare her baby for the state and then be slaughtered like an animal while her daughter is given like a pet dog to an appropriate affluent fascist family to be raised in Uraguay.The daughter,Macarena Gellman, finally met her famous Jewish poet grandfather who spared no effort to locate her.He recently died but Macarena Gellman, continuing in his same spirit of search for truth and justice for her visciously murdered parents and others who were victims of both Israeli Zionist controlled Argentina and Uraguay,has successfully lobbyed the Uraguayan government for truth and
an investigation into this horrific history betwwen Argentine and Uraguayan military and although she has not perhaps comprehended it the Israeli government itself.
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Israeli War Crimes:Only ONE Argentine Jewish Baby Found When Military Raped Tortured Murdered Over 500 Catholic Mothers,(While Cowardly Pervert 'Pope Francis' And Pio Laghi Remained Silent ?!
Only ONE Argentine Jewish Baby Found When Military Raped Tortured Murdered Over 500 Catholic Mothers,(While Cowardly Pervert 'Pope Francis' And Pio Laghi Remained Silent ?!
If Jewish Zionists and Israeli propagandists are correct about about 12% of the Israeli armed Argentine military junta's victims being Jewish - which is a VERY large estimate based upon their population numbers in Argentina - then the conservative estimate for Argentine pregnant women bed and raised like cattle for their babies before being drugged and loaded onto planes to be thrown into the Atlantic should be AT LEAST 60 Jewish women and their babies went missing without a trace ! Highly unlikely !
The article below from Jewish Journal gives only an estimate of 5% of victims of Israeli controlled Argentina military junta being victims although their population is only 1% of Argentina's population.Most Jewish Zionist controlled mass media around the world disagree and give a very hard to believe 10% to 12% per cent estimation.Even so if we take the Jewish Journal 's 5% estimation then we should be looking for AT LEAST 25 to 30 Jewish babies,(now adults in theory),WHOSE MOTHERS WERE ALREADY PREGNANT WHEN THEY WERE TAKEN AWAY BY THE MILITARY OR WERE RAPED AND IMPREGNATED AND THEN MURDERED BY THE VERY SAME ARGENTINE MILITARY THAT WAS ARMED AND THUS CONTROLLED BY THE ISRAELI BUTCHERS THEMSELVES !
However one looks at it , Israeli government and its international arms traffickers - who were never even charged much less convicted for their Argentine war crimes just as they were never charged or convicted for doing the same thing to the Mayan people of Guatemala - have since the founding of the Rothschild and Nazi
created Israel been responsible for and financial beneficiaries of war crimes that in fact appear perhaps even more grusome than the Naziis themselves have been implicated in.And that's not even considering the FACT that many German Nazi officials themselves had Jewish ancestry !
So if we take the story of Guillermo Perez Roisinblit below literally or at at face value then we have now found ONE of those missing babies and identifies his Jewish mother who was in truth not just a victim of the Argentine military junta but of course the Israeli government that supplied them with arms.....
Aside from ONE baby whose parents were Jewish we also have Macarena Gellman,daughter of murdered Uruguayan María Claudia García Iruretagoyena and the son of reknowned Argentine Jewish poet Juan Gellman.While I may be wrong the murdered mother María Claudia García Iruretagoyena was probably not of Jewish origen like her husband and thus according to 'orthodox' Judaism the orphaned and still daughter who was given up to adoption by the Uruguayan military who in turn were given the poor pregant motheras if a mere 'baby machine' to an appropriate and thus probably fascist Uruguayan couple after birth of daughter and cruel execution of the mother........
María Claudia García Gelman / Uruguay
In Buenos Aires in August 1976, armed men kidnapped María Claudia García Iruretagoyena, the daughter-in-law of the well-known Argentinean poet Juan Gelman. María Claudia was seven months pregnant, and was taken to Montevideo where she gave birth. The baby, María Macarena, was left in the doorway of the house of a member of the Uruguayan security forces, who adopted the child and gave her a new identity. Whilst Macarena found out about her true identity more than 20 years later, María Claudia’s location is still unknown. These events occurred within the context of Operation Condor, a cooperation agreement between the dictators of Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay, practiced at different times during the 1970s to eliminate political dissidents.
In 1986, Uruguay approved the Law on the Expiration of the Punitive Claims of the State (Expiry Law) thereby removing any possibility of judicial investigation with regards to the majority of human rights violations committed by the armed and security forces during the last dictatorship in the nation.
The case of María Claudia and her daughter was initially restricted by this law, however the Executive later revised its decision and ordered the reopening of investigations. CEJIL and the Gelman family brought the case before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) in 2006. For five years, Juan and Macarena Gelman and CEJIL promoted the case before the inter-American System, with the objective of achieving justice not only for María Claudia but also seeking to promote justice in all cases of grave human rights violations which were inhibited by the imposition of the Expiry Law. In November 2010, the Court heard the declarations of Juan and Macarena, as well as those of various witnesses and experts who shed light on the impunity which still persists in Uruguay.......................
to be continued......
Macarena Gellman, daughter of María Claudia García and
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Nietos, historias con identidad: Macarena Gelman
Tanto sufrimiento acumulado durante décadas. Esta es la historia de Juan Gelman, de su hijo y su nuera,
Tanto sufrimiento acumulado durante décadas. Esta es la historia de Juan Gelman, de su hijo y su nuera, vilmente asesinados en 1976. No creo que haga falta decir mucho más, ni veo necesario analizar el poema que aquí hemos presentado. Léanlo otra vez pensando en todo lo que hemos dicho, en todo el dolor con el que Gelman escribió esos versos. Háganlo así y se os mostrará ante los ojos con toda su crudeza. No puedo tampoco resistirme a dejaros otros versos de Juan Gelman. Para leer estos, pertenecientes a
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Uruguay creates commission to investigate dictatorship crimes
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MONTEVIDEO, Apr 1 2000 (IPS) - Argentine poet Juan Gelman's quarter- ... Batlle revealed the identity of Gelman's granddaughter, and said she was born in the Military ... the fate of his grandchild and daughter-in-law, María Claudia García ... the 156 Uruguayans who disappeared during the dictatorship went missing while ...
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MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay — The granddaughter of Argentine poet Juan Gelman ... of dictatorship-era security forces, Argentine court officials charge. Gelman was born in captivity and raised by a military family who adopted her ... "I found out in 2000 that I was really the daughter of Maria Claudia" Irureta ..
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Uruguay creates commission to investigate dictatorship crimes
Feb 14, 2015 - Uruguay creates commission to investigate dictatorship crimes. ... force to investigate crimes committed during the military dictatorship in Uruguay, which ... Macarena Gelman, one of the group members, granddaughter of Argentine poet Juan Gelman and daughter of the missing María Claudia García, said ..
An Open Letter to My Grandson or Granddaughter (1995)
Writer: Juan Gelman (1930 - )
Writer's Country: Argentina
Original Language: Spanish
Event: Latin American Repression
Within the next six months you will turn nineteen. You would have been born one day in October 1976 in an army concentration camp, El Pozo de Quilmes, almost certainly. A little before or a little after they assassinated your father with a shot in the head from less than a half meter's distance. He was helpless and a military detail assassinated him, perhaps the same one that kidnapped him along with your mother in Buenos Aires that 24th of August, removing them to the concentration camp known as Automotores Orletti. It functioned right there in the neighborhood of Floresta, and the military christened it "The Garden."
Your father's name as Marcelo; your mother's, Claudia. Each was twenty years old at the time, and you were six months in your mother's womb when this happened. They moved her--and you within her--to Quilmes when she was about to give birth. She must have given birth there under the eyes of some doctor/accomplice of the military dictatorship. They took you from her then, and you were placed--it usually happened like this--in the hands of some sterile couple, military or police force, or some judge or journalist friendly to police or military. There was a sinister waiting list in those days for each concentration camp; those entered on it would wait to be paired with a child born of those prisoners who gave birth and who, with few exceptions, were assassinated immediately afterward.
Thirteen years have passed since the military left the government, and nothing is known of your mother. On the other hand, in a sixty-gallon oil drum which the military filled with sand and concrete and threw into the San Fernando River your father's remains were found thirteen years after the fact. He is buried now in La Tablada. At least in his case there is that much certainty.
It is very strange for me to be speaking of my children as your parents-who-never-were. I do not know if you are a boy or a girl. I know you were born. Father Fiorello Cavalli of the Secretariat of the Vatican State assured me of that fact in February 1978. What has been your destiny since, I ask myself. Conflicting ideas keep coming to me. On the one hand I have always found repugnant the idea of your calling "Daddy" some military or police gangster who stole you, or some friend of those who assassinated your father. On the other hand I have always wished that in whatever home you may have grown up you were well brought up and educated and loved a lot. Still, I have always thought there must be some hole, or failure in the love shown you, not so much because these parents are not your biological parents--as they say--but because they would have to have some awareness of your story and how they were involved in falsifying it. I suppose that you have been lied to a lot.
Then, too, I have wondered all these years what I would do if you were found--whether to drag you out of the home you knew; whether to speak with your adoptive parents and establish visiting rights, always on the basis of your knowing who you were and where you came from. The dilemma came up and circled around time and time again, whenever the possibility arose that the Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo had found you. I would work it out differently each time, according to your age at the moment. It would worry me that you'd be too small or not small enough to understand what had happened, to understand why your parents, whom you believed to be your parents, were not, even though you might want them to be. I was worried you would suffer a double wound that way, one that would cause structural damage to your identity as it was forming.
But now you are big. You will be capable of understanding who you are and of deciding what do to with who you are. The Grandmothers are there with their flesh-and-blood data banks that enable them to determine with scientific precision the origins of the children of the Disappeared. Your origins.
You are almost as old now as your parents were when they killed them, and soon you will be older than they got to be, they who have stayed twenty forever. They had dreams for you and for a world more suitable and habitable. I would like to talk to you about them and to have you tell me about yourself; to be able to recognize in you my own son and to let you find in me what I have of your father--both of us are his orphans. I would like to repair somehow this brutal severance or silence that has perpetrated the military dictatorship within the very flesh of my family. I would like to give you your own history, but not separate you from what you don't want to separate from. You are big now, as I said.
Marcelo and Claudia's dreams have not yet come true. Least of all for you, who were born, and who knows where and with whom you are? Perhaps you have the gray-green eyes of my son, or the chestnut-colored eyes of his wife that had a particular shine, tender and lively both. Who knows what you are like if you are a boy? Who knows what you are like if you are a girl? Maybe you'll be able to get yourself out of this mystery and into another one: a meeting with a grandfather who is waiting for you. (A column written for the Buenos Aires daily newspaper Página on April 12, 1995.)
Credit: From the book Unthinkable Tenderness: Selected Poems by Juan Gelman. Edited/translated by Joan Lindgren. Copyright © 1997 Juan Gelman and Joan Lindgren. Reprint courtesy of the University of California Press.
Juan Gelman was born in 1930 in Buenos Aires, the son of Russian-Jewish immigrants. He has published more than twenty books of poetry since 1956, and is widely considered to be Argentina's leading contemporary poet. His poems, which have been translated into 14 languages, contain themes touching on his Jewish heritage, family, Argentina, exile, and the tango. His works celebrate life but are also tempered with social and political commentary and reflect his own painful experiences with the politics of his country. Gelman worked as a journalist and was an ardent political activist until 1975, when he was forced to leave Argentina. One year later, his son and his daughter-in-law became part of "the disappeared," the estimated 30,000 mostly young people who vanished without a trace under the military regime. Gelman lived in Europe until 1988 when he returned to Argentina and began working as a columnist for the Buenos Aires daily newspaper Página 12. He began investigating the fate of his family upon his return, confirming the death of his son and his son's wife, and the birth of a granddaughter after making his appeal public through a published letter. Juan Gelman currently lives in Mexico, where he continues to contribute to the newspaper Página 12.
Dibaxu, Buenos Aires: Seix Barral, 1994.
Salarios del impío, Buenos Aires: Libros de Tierra Firme, 1993.
Carta a mi madre, Buenos Aires: Libros de Tierra Firme, 1989.
Interrupciones I, Buenos Aires: Libros de Tierra Firme, 1988.
Anunciaciones, Madrid: Ediciones Visor, 1988.
Interrupciones II, Buenos Aires: Libres de Tierra Firme, 1986.
Com/posiciones, Barcelona: Ediciones del Mall, 1986.
La junta luz, Buenos Aires: Libros de Tierre Firme, 1985.
Exilio, Buenos Aires: Editorial Legasa, 1984.
Cita y comentarios, Madrid: Ediciones Visor, 1982.
Hacia el sur, Mexico City: Marcha Editores, 1982.
By Juan Gelman
It has always struck me the ability to create solitude Argentina. Monumental, as when Peronism was banned from several presidential elections. O individual, today around Horacio Verbitsky because it insists on the truth of the dark sides of Pope Francisco when everyone, starting with Madam President, they are clean. As our Nobel Peace Prize, which replaces knew what that smell for acquittals ethical rigor mortis, whatever their color. José Luis Mangieri was right: Argentina is a country of cannibals. Themselves.
I met the new Pope when he was bishop in circumstances where I resorted to all possible means to find out what had happened to my granddaughter or grandson born in captivity. It was in the 90s. He had a daughter or son of my son I knew in 1978 by Father Fiorello Cavalli, a manager Jesuit Southern Cone in the Vatican Secretariat of State. Cavalli's father is truly interested in the problem and asking all Argentine bishops who came to Rome if they knew something about the subject. Nobody knew anything.
With that background, I accepted the proposal of my dear and excellent criminal lawyer Alicia Oliveira, a close friend of Bergoglio, as he stressed, to interview to explain the situation and to interest in the investigation of data that could take me to find not long ago my granddaughter or grandson. We were greeted very warmly at the Cathedral but, in short, his answer was that he could do nothing. I am referring to the fact that it is true what the Archbishop Bergoglio and told the Justice Argentina: I had come to him to help me to find the daughter or son of my son, his only legacy. In the court hearing he also noted that it had taken steps to that end and I had reported that no results. The first thing I am not aware, the second is not. I never again saw the Archbishop Bergoglio and no way knew of his alleged efforts or their lack of success.
Narro this episode not important, but because it is true what our Nobel Peace Prize said in 2005. He spoke of the ambiguity of Bergoglio and asked the Holy Spirit to not elect cardinal Pope at the conclave. Well. Time passes with his broom and some forget the crossbar. It is not difficult to sweep the memories that circumstances become bothersome.