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    Guillermo Nielsen (born 20 April 1951) is an Argentinian economist, currently president of the State-owned oil company YPF. He also served as Ambassador of Argentina in Germany designated by President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner between 2008 and 2010.[1]

    He earned a degree in Economics from the University of Buenos Aires. During the presidencies of Néstor Kirchner and Eduardo Duhalde he served as Secretary of Finance, working together Minister Roberto Lavagna in the Argentine debt restructuring between 2002 and 2005.[2]
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    Margarita II said goodbye to Argentina with the affection of the Danish community in Tandil.(MARCH 2019)





    TANDIL.- In a line, uphill from the mountain range that leaves full view of the Lago del Fuerte, students from public and private schools wave Argentine and Danish flags. She greets them smiling, with one hand raised and the other occupied in holding the capelina that the fresh wind wants to snatch from her, even as she travels in an electric car to the monument that remembers Juan Fugl, a pioneer of a community who appeared here in mid-19th century and today, 53 years after his first and last visit to this city, he shows his warmest affection.



    Margaret II, Queen of Denmark, responds with gestures of courtesy. He praises the natural beauties of these mountains, is surprised by the strong roots of his country's traditions and is moved when he sees the photos published in the pages of the March 27, 1966 edition of the local newspaper Nueva Era that reflected that historical scale.

    "Velkommen", they say without shouting, because the monarch walks dressed in a fuchsia jacket and skirt almost next to the people but she does make physical contact with them. Just a gesture, a close greeting and the slow walk that follows, always surrounded by some of their custodians who had little work in this serene and tidy passage through one of the Argentine cradles of Danish immigration.

    "She is beautiful, it makes me very happy to see her here again," Johanne María Emilia Bramsen, who is 95 years old, says to LA NACION, walks with a cane and made sure of a nearby place to at least cross a very direct look with the same person. the one she saw arrive as a princess, right here and more than half a century ago. "My father came to the country as a saddler and we kept many of the customs of his country," says this woman who resides in La Dulce, an area with a strong Danish presence as well as the entire front that includes the Necochea, Tres Arroyos and San Cayetano.

    The queen was in Tandil just over six hours, the last she spent in the country. In the middle of the morning, she arrived at the airfield accompanied by her son Federico, crown prince of the throne, who remained almost in the background. The program of activities included a first stop at that monument to Fugl, recognized because he was the one who brought together his compatriots who arrived in these pampas and advanced with the development of meeting points. For example, the Danish Lutheran Church, inaugurated in 1877. Three years before he had been elected mayor, when he won by one vote over Ramón Santamarina.

    Margarita II was in that same temple yesterday, where she participated in a religious ceremony with no more than fifty people who filled the capacity of the place. There they shared a prayer and then, from the pipe organ located closest to the dome, the chords of the hymns "The love of God" and "In the East the sun rises" sounded. She sang the latter, from memory. The closing was with the traditional request for blessing and protection to the entire royal family. "Doing it in front of the Queen herself was very strong and special, moving," Pastor Joel Nagel, representative of the Necochea congregation, acknowledged to LA NACION.

    This visit was eagerly awaited here. "It was an open secret since last year but it was only confirmed a few months ago," said Alicia Larsen, president of the local Danish Center, which defines herself as "Argentine from end to end" but "Danish everywhere" since all four of her grandparents were born in Denmark.

    The presence of students from different establishments in the city at one of the events was notified to those responsible for the royal protocol. "The queen had suggested that the boys not participate because she considered that they should not miss school for their visit, but she accepted when they explained that it was an educational outing," explained Larsen.

    Valeria Güida and Patricia Ferreyra, teachers from the provincial school No. 53 in Tandil, accompanied the 6th B students. "During these previous days the arrival of Margarita II was taken to work in class on Denmark and different types of government, from democracy to monarchy," they detailed to LA NACION.

    As in that visit in 1966, it was once again part of an official welcoming ceremony in the White Hall of the communal palace. Then the host was the mayor José Lunghi. This time he was received by his son, Miguel, now in charge of the municipal government. "It is the city that has made two nations like Denmark and Argentina a small homeland in common," the president told him before handing him the keys to the city. Both, together with Prince Federico and Lieutenant Governor Daniel Salvador, then went out onto the balcony to greet some 500 people who, again with Danish and Argentine flags, expressed affection and appreciation.

    "We have had some wonderful days in Argentina," said the queen at a press conference, accompanied by her son. She highlighted the meeting she had with President Mauricio Macri and her wife and the pleasant meeting with Lunghi. But she further highlighted her satisfaction with the main purpose of this visit, which was "to visit so many Danes and descendants who live here." With about 200 she shared a Creole lunch before saying goodbye to Argentina.

    Wearing typical outfits, dozens of them surrounded her in each of her activities. Clara Christensen, Mariana Löhr Cecilia Wulff and Grabriela Theill are daughters and / or granddaughters of Danes and today they are part of Fulke Dans Tandil, a traditional dance group. "Polkas and rounds are our rhythms," they explain about music that is played with violins, accordions, and flutes. And with simple steps, which are shared as a family. "Our boys from 2 to 12 years old are part of the group", they stand out to emphasize that the tradition is maintained. And that Denmark, since the arrival of Fugl to these descendants of compatriots, now with the Queen present, is still here more alive than ever.
    Quote Originally Posted by sean View Post
    No human flourishes under slavery, though on the other hand many negroes are not fully human/capable of freedom/rational thought.
    Being a wild animal in Africa would be kinda cool though. They would't bear the burden of overcomplicated lifestyles with expectations left and right. Imagine just sleeping, hunting, eating, and fucking all day.
    No worries about like corrupt governments or having to get a shitty job for the rest of your life.
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    How is it white? They're latinas.

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    Bonus Alexis Bledel

    Kimberly Alexis Bledel[1] (/bləˈdɛl/ blə-DEL; born September 16, 1981) is an American actress and model. She is known for her role as Rory Gilmore on the television series Gilmore Girls (2000–2007), and Emily Malek in The Handmaid's Tale (2017–), for which she won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series.

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    Alexis Bledel:

    Alexis’s father, Martin Bledel, was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he was raised. Alexis’s paternal grandfather was Argentinian-born (and was of Danish, and distant German, ancestry), and Alexis’s paternal grandmother was American-born (and had Scottish, English, and Irish ancestry).

    Alexis’s mother, Nanette (Dozier), was born in Phoenix, Arizona, and moved to Mexico at the age of eight. Alexis’s maternal grandfather was a rancher in Arizona, Mexico, and Costa Rica. According to interviews, Alexis’s mother considers herself to be Mexican; she is not of Hispanic descent. Alexis’s mother’s Dozier line traces back to Leonard Dozier, who was born, c. 1643, in France. Alexis’s mother also has Welsh, English, Scottish, Irish, German, and Dutch ancestry. A picture of Alexis with her parents and brother can be seen here.

    Quote Originally Posted by sean View Post
    No human flourishes under slavery, though on the other hand many negroes are not fully human/capable of freedom/rational thought.
    Being a wild animal in Africa would be kinda cool though. They would't bear the burden of overcomplicated lifestyles with expectations left and right. Imagine just sleeping, hunting, eating, and fucking all day.
    No worries about like corrupt governments or having to get a shitty job for the rest of your life.
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    How is it white? They're latinas.

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    Roque Olsen


    Roque Germán Olsen Fontana (9 September 1925, Sauce de Luna, Argentina – 15 June 1992, Sevilla, Spain), commonly known as Roque Olsen, was an Argentine football player and manager. He stood out mainly in the historic Real Madrid of the 1950s, winning three leagues and two UEFA Champions League with the merengue club

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    Olsen started his playing career in the local leagues of Parana, Entre Ríos. In 1949 he was signed by Tigre, the following year he joined champions Racing Club de Avellaneda. After playing 15 games for Racing Club, he joined Real Madrid where he went on to become one of the club's most important goal scorers. He played out his career with Córdoba CF in the late 1950s.



    Managerial career
    Olsen started his managerial career with Córdoba CF leading them to promotion to La Liga in 1962. He then managed Deportivo La Coruña, Real Zaragoza and FC Barcelona. He also managed Elche CF, Sevilla FC and Celta Vigo. His last managerial position before his death in 1992 was as manager of UD Las Palmas. In his role as a coach, he achieved a total of five promotions to the Spanish First Division with five different teams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sean View Post
    No human flourishes under slavery, though on the other hand many negroes are not fully human/capable of freedom/rational thought.
    Being a wild animal in Africa would be kinda cool though. They would't bear the burden of overcomplicated lifestyles with expectations left and right. Imagine just sleeping, hunting, eating, and fucking all day.
    No worries about like corrupt governments or having to get a shitty job for the rest of your life.
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    How is it white? They're latinas.

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    Not enough to leave a generic impact I really doubt the average Brazilian or Dominican walking around has Scandinavian ancestry lolol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiete View Post
    Not enough to leave a generic impact I really doubt the average Brazilian or Dominican walking around has Scandinavian ancestry lolol.
    There was finns that around when rafael trujillo took power that settled in monte criste as part of immigration and agricultural effort. They were given land. But most ended up leaving because it was too hard for them or something.

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    Troels Myndel Pedersen


    Myndel Troels Pedersen ( 26 of September 1916 , Copenhagen , Denmark - 5 of February 2000 , Corrientes , Argentina ) was a naturalist , botanist, danish nationalized argentine , who worked extensively in Argentina , with the family of Amaranthaceae.

    He lived his last years in his field establishment (which his father Niel Peter Pedersen had acquired in the 1920s ), which he would donate in 1991 to establish the Mburucuyá National Park , in the center of the province of Corrientes.

    It had a Herbarium of 30,000 specimens, which is kept in the " Instituto de Botánica del Nordeste "

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    He was honored in his native country as "Knight of the Order of Dannebrog "; Dr. honoris causa of the University of Copenhagen ; Dr. honoris causa of the National University of the Northeast ; Corresponding Academician of the National Academy of Agronomy and Veterinary Medicine.

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    A street in Mburucuyá bears his name in his honor.

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    ( Alliaceae ) Nothoscordum pedersenii Ravenna.
    ( Asteraceae ) Baccharis pedersenii Cabrera.
    ( Brassicaceae ) Lepidium pedersenii el-Shehbaz.
    ( Caesalpiniaceae ) Cassia pedersenii Burkart.
    ( Caryophyllaceae ) Stellaria pedersenii Volponi.
    ( Clusiaceae ) Hypericum pedersenii N.Robson
    ( Cyperaceae ) Rhynchospora pedersenii Guagl.
    ( Euphorbiaceae ) Jatropha pedersenii Lourteig.
    ( Euphorbiaceae ) Tithymalus pedersenii ( Subils ) Soják.
    ( Fabaceae ) Mimosa pedersenii Barneby.
    ( Isoetaceae ) Isoetes pedersenii H.P.Fuchs ex EIMeza & Macluf.
    ( Malvaceae ) Sida pedersenii Krapov.
    ( Mimosaceae ) Mimosa pedersenii Barneby.
    ( Myrtaceae ) Myrcianthes pedersenii D.Legrand.
    ( Poaceae ) Poa pedersenii Nicora.
    ( Potamogetonaceae ) Potamogeton pedersenii Tur.
    ( Rosaceae ) Rubus pedersenii Martensen & HEWeber.
    ( Scrophulariaceae ) Bacopa pedersenii Rossow.
    ( Solanaceae ) Solanum pedersenii Cabrera.
    ( Sterculiaceae ) Byttneria pedersenii Christopher.
    The abbreviation "Pedersen" is used to indicate Troels Myndel Pedersen as an authority on the scientific description and classification of plants.


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    No human flourishes under slavery, though on the other hand many negroes are not fully human/capable of freedom/rational thought.
    Being a wild animal in Africa would be kinda cool though. They would't bear the burden of overcomplicated lifestyles with expectations left and right. Imagine just sleeping, hunting, eating, and fucking all day.
    No worries about like corrupt governments or having to get a shitty job for the rest of your life.
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    How is it white? They're latinas.

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    Tommy Petersen


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    Tomás Petersen, one of the best back-row forwards in the history of Argentine rugby. With his claw and speed he appeared in every corner of the field and was one of the great idols of Los Pumas in the 80s.

    "Rugby helped me to feel like someone. And, at the same time, helped not to feel too much," Tomás Petersen, a legend #PumasParaTodaLaVida.

    Against Australia, in 1983, he scored a try. Great victory for Los Pumas in Brisbane.
    Quote Originally Posted by sean View Post
    No human flourishes under slavery, though on the other hand many negroes are not fully human/capable of freedom/rational thought.
    Being a wild animal in Africa would be kinda cool though. They would't bear the burden of overcomplicated lifestyles with expectations left and right. Imagine just sleeping, hunting, eating, and fucking all day.
    No worries about like corrupt governments or having to get a shitty job for the rest of your life.
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    How is it white? They're latinas.

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    Viggo Mortensen




    Viggo Peter Mortensen Jr. (/ˈviːɡoʊ ˈmɔːrtənsən/;[citation needed] Danish: [ˈviko ˈmɒːtn̩sn̩]; born October 20, 1958) is an American actor, author, musician, photographer, poet, and painter. Born in New York to a Danish father and American mother, he was a resident of Venezuela and Argentina during his childhood.

    Mortensen made his film debut in a small role in Peter Weir's 1985 thriller Witness starring Harrison Ford and has appeared in several notable films since, including The Indian Runner (1991), Carlito's Way (1993), Crimson Tide (1995), Daylight (1996), The Portrait of a Lady (1996), G.I. Jane (1997), Psycho (1998), A Perfect Murder (1998), A Walk on the Moon (1999), and 28 Days (2000).

    Mortensen received international attention in the early 2000s with his role as Aragorn in the epic fantasy adventure trilogy The Lord of the Rings (2001–2003). In 2005, Mortensen won critical acclaim for his acting in David Cronenberg's crime thriller A History of Violence.[2] Two years later, another Cronenberg film, Eastern Promises (2007), earned him further critical acclaim and a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actor. A third teaming with Cronenberg in A Dangerous Method (2011) resulted in a nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture for his portrayal of Sigmund Freud. Other well-received films include Appaloosa (2008) and Far from Men (2014). Further Academy Award nominations came for his leading roles in Captain Fantastic (2016) and Green Book (2018), the latter of which won for Best Picture.


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    Mortensen was born in Watertown, New York, on October 20, 1958, the son of Grace Gamble (née Atkinson; July 8, 1928 – April 25, 2015) and Viggo Peter Mortensen Sr. (May 8, 1929 – March 2, 2017). His mother was American, while his father was Danish; they met in Norway. His maternal grandfather was a Canadian from Nova Scotia. One of his grandmothers was from Trondheim, Norway. The family moved to Venezuela, then Denmark, and eventually settled in Argentina in the provinces of Córdoba, Chaco, and Buenos Aires, where Mortensen attended primary school and acquired a fluent proficiency in Spanish while his father managed poultry farms and ranches. He was baptized Lutheran.




    When Mortensen was 11 and his brothers 8 and 6, their parents divorced and they and their mother returned to the US, where Viggo spent the rest of his childhood in New York, graduating from Watertown High School in Watertown in 1976.[8][9] He then attended St. Lawrence University in Canton, earning a bachelor's degree in Spanish studies and politics in 1980. Upon graduating, he lived in England and Spain, then moved back to Denmark, where he took various jobs such as driving trucks in Esbjerg and selling flowers in Copenhagen. He eventually returned to the United States to pursue an acting career.




    Mortensen holds dual American and Danish citizenship. He has stated that he was raised speaking English and Spanish, and sometimes feels that, when speaking Spanish, he "can get to the heart of the matter better".

    Since 2009, he has been in a relationship with Spanish actress Ariadna Gil and currently lives in Spain with her.

    Mortensen has expressed a liking for association football, ice hockey and baseball. His favorite teams include Argentine club San Lorenzo de Almagro, and both the Argentine and Danish national teams. His favorite soccer players are Diego Maradona and Héctor "Bambino" Veira.

    Quote Originally Posted by sean View Post
    No human flourishes under slavery, though on the other hand many negroes are not fully human/capable of freedom/rational thought.
    Being a wild animal in Africa would be kinda cool though. They would't bear the burden of overcomplicated lifestyles with expectations left and right. Imagine just sleeping, hunting, eating, and fucking all day.
    No worries about like corrupt governments or having to get a shitty job for the rest of your life.
    Quote Originally Posted by Marmara View Post
    How is it white? They're latinas.

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    Máximo Fjellerup


    Máximo Hugo Fjellerup (25/11/1997 in Tres Arroyos , Argentina) is a basketball player, who currently plays for San Lorenzo de Almagro of the National Basketball League. His position is that of shooting guard and he was part of the world runner-up with the Argentina team in China 2019.

    He made his professional debut playing for Weber Bay during the season 2013-14 the LNB on February 21, 2014, just 16 years old in the party Weber Works Bay 64-76. During the beginning of the 2016-17 Season it has caused a sensation, becoming one of the most important projects for Argentine Basketball.

    Quote Originally Posted by sean View Post
    No human flourishes under slavery, though on the other hand many negroes are not fully human/capable of freedom/rational thought.
    Being a wild animal in Africa would be kinda cool though. They would't bear the burden of overcomplicated lifestyles with expectations left and right. Imagine just sleeping, hunting, eating, and fucking all day.
    No worries about like corrupt governments or having to get a shitty job for the rest of your life.
    Quote Originally Posted by Marmara View Post
    How is it white? They're latinas.

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