Usuario :     Esta vez, dejen que David le gane a Goliat - 14-01-2014 . . .

mixing adderall and weed

mixing weed and adderall


                                                                                                                              Bs. As., 14 de Enero  2014

Esta vez, dejen que David le gane a Goliat (ya que normalmente sucede lo contrario)


Estuvimos escribiendo una nota en Inglés que finalmente publicó la Agrupación de Bonistas ATFA. –

En la misma hacemos una defensa a la Seguridad jurídica (The rule of law) tan maltrecha en nuestros pagos y desnudo nuevamente el hecho de que en el 2001 hubo hijos y entenados y que los bonistas particulares pertenecemos a este último  grupo. Destacamos que cuando se apoya a un país que no está gobernado democráticamente en serio, no necesariamente se está ayudando a su población y solicitamos tanto a la Justicia norteamericana como a su gobierno que nos ayude a mostrarle al gobierno local que la mentira no paga y que la seguridad jurídica es lo único que nos va a permitir volver a ser un país para todos.


Guest Blog: Argentine Holdouts: This Time, Let David Beat Goliath


The following blog post was written by Horacio Vazquez, one of thousands of Argentine holdout bondholders that are turning to the U.S. legal system to win a fair settlement.

January 13, 2014


For over a decade, thousands of middle class Argentines, like myself, have been treated as second class citizens by our government.

After being urged to invest in our country after it’s historic 2001 default (which was restructured in 2005) we were told that our investments were worth pennies on the dollar, and that the government would no longer honor its contracts and commitments.

Many in the inner-circle, political cronies and powerful elites, received a generous payout that was more than fair.  But investments held by thousands of ordinary bondholders such as myself, were no longer worth the paper they were written on.

We petitioned the Argentine courts, spoke with reporters and newscasters and staged protests—all to no avail. We were powerless in the face of our government. It seems we could do nothing to make these officials, whom we foolishly trusted with our savings and retirement funds, to listen.

In the face of a Goliath that has been supported by the “BIG GUYS,” (such as the World Bank and other international credit banks, where common people are not represented), we turn to the United States and the US legal system. We continue to have faith in the reliability and independence of the U.S. courts to support the “little guy” and to uphold the Rule of Law. After all, your courts are our last recourse for recovering our savings.

About a year ago, eleven holdouts, including myself, traveled to New York City to hold a press conference to tell our story. That story was amplified by powerful global media, like The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg. Since then, the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has affirmed its position that investors’ rights, business contracts, and the Rule of the Law will not be trampled on.


Now, as we enter the final phase of the legal battles, and as my government prepares its appeal to the Supreme Court, we hope that justice will prevail. 

To the U.S. Government, I would say that supporting the government of a country that does not play by the rules of a true democracy does not necessarily mean support for its citizens. 

I hope the Supreme Court and the U.S. Government will show my government that lying does not pay and that supporting the Rule of Law will provide far better opportunities for us all. 

Let David beat Goliath, as the story says.


Horacio Vázquez is an Argentine bondholder living in Buenos Aires.