Milei closing federal agency against discrimination and racism

Argentine President Javier Milei’s administration Thursday announced it would dissolve the National Institute against Discrimination, Xenophobia, and Racism (Inadi) in a move to cut public spending, it was reported in Buenos Aires. In making his decision, Milei argued that the Inadi, which includes some 400 workers and had dozens of delegations nationwide, was the “Thought Police” of Kirchnerism.

The Inadi is the first of “an endless number” of state institutes that Milei’s government “is determined to close or dismantle,” Presidential Spokesman Manuel Adorni said. “We are not going to continue financing neither the political thread, nor places where political favors are paid, nor hundreds or dozens of hierarchical positions that do not add up to anything,” he added.

It’s the consent which is manufactured by the right to be anti-human and anti-worker which deserves our greatest attention. Enabling hatred and division is the tactic of capitalism.