History UsefulNotes / Argentina

15th Feb '18 5:33:38 AM SparkPlugTheTroper
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* ArgentineComics
* ArgentineLiterature
* ArgentineSeries
* ''Advertising/LaLlamaQueLlama''
* ''Film/{{Camila}}
* ''Film/ChineseTakeaway''
* ''Film/{{Delirium}}''
* ''Film/ElClan''
* ''Film/LaRevolucionEsUnSuenoEterno''
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Metegol}}''
* ''Film/MundoGrua''
* ''Film/PlanB''
* ''Film/PuertaDeHierro''
* ''Film/TheSecretInTheirEyes''
* ''Film/{{Snuff 102}}''
* ''Film/WildTales''
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* ArgentineComics
* ArgentineLiterature
* ArgentineSeries
* ''Advertising/LaLlamaQueLlama''
* ''Film/{{Camila}}
* ''Film/ChineseTakeaway''
* ''Film/{{Delirium}}''
* ''Film/ElClan''
* ''Film/LaRevolucionEsUnSuenoEterno''
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Metegol}}''
* ''Film/MundoGrua''
* ''Film/PlanB''
* ''Film/PuertaDeHierro''
* ''Film/TheSecretInTheirEyes''
* ''Film/{{Snuff 102}}''
* ''Film/WildTales''
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2nd Feb '18 1:58:04 AM Cryoclaste
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Two of the most famous non-electoral political figures from Argentina were Juan Domingo Perón's wife, Eva Perón Music/({{Evita}}) on one hand, and Ernesto Guevara de la Serna, far better known as Mr. T-Shirt himself, el UsefulNotes/CheGuevara, on the other. Juan Domingo Perón was elected democratically, even if he started out as vice president to a dictator.

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Two of the most famous non-electoral political figures from Argentina were Juan Domingo Perón's wife, Eva Perón Music/({{Evita}}) (Music/{{Evita}}) on one hand, and Ernesto Guevara de la Serna, far better known as Mr. T-Shirt himself, el UsefulNotes/CheGuevara, on the other. Juan Domingo Perón was elected democratically, even if he started out as vice president to a dictator.
2nd Feb '18 1:57:41 AM Cryoclaste
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Two of the most famous non-electoral political figures from Argentina were Juan Domingo Perón's wife, Eva Perón ({{Evita}}) on one hand, and Ernesto Guevara de la Serna, far better known as Mr. T-Shirt himself, el UsefulNotes/CheGuevara, on the other. Juan Domingo Perón was elected democratically, even if he started out as vice president to a dictator.

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Two of the most famous non-electoral political figures from Argentina were Juan Domingo Perón's wife, Eva Perón ({{Evita}}) Music/({{Evita}}) on one hand, and Ernesto Guevara de la Serna, far better known as Mr. T-Shirt himself, el UsefulNotes/CheGuevara, on the other. Juan Domingo Perón was elected democratically, even if he started out as vice president to a dictator.
14th Jan '18 2:35:49 PM nombretomado
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Acting wise, the country has produced Guillermo Francella, Adrian Suar, Norma Aleandro, Rodolfo Ranni, Leticia Bredicce, the late Alberto Olmedo, Jorge Porcel, Emilio Disi and Ricardo Darín. Comedy groups like LesLuthiers, [[LongRunners with more than 40 years on stage]], have made a name of themselves in all Spanish-speaking countries, even winning awards in Spain. In the last decades however, the media has been crowded with quarrel-loving scantly-clad vedettes, actresses and fashion models, with TV shows like those of host Marcelo Tinelli's VideoMatch and Bailando Por Un Sueño making an industry out of this. It is worth noting that MoralGuardians are really weak and almost absent in Argentina, for they are relationed with the right-wing that supported the military dictatorship, and so Argentine audience evolved to be very laid back about sexual themes (a trait shared with, and maybe due to proximity influence from, Brazil). Nowadays everybody is allright if an actress pole-dances in a thong on TV, usually achieving the highest ratings as a result...

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Acting wise, the country has produced Guillermo Francella, Adrian Suar, Norma Aleandro, Rodolfo Ranni, Leticia Bredicce, the late Alberto Olmedo, Jorge Porcel, Emilio Disi and Ricardo Darín. Comedy groups like LesLuthiers, Music/LesLuthiers, [[LongRunners with more than 40 years on stage]], have made a name of themselves in all Spanish-speaking countries, even winning awards in Spain. In the last decades however, the media has been crowded with quarrel-loving scantly-clad vedettes, actresses and fashion models, with TV shows like those of host Marcelo Tinelli's VideoMatch and Bailando Por Un Sueño making an industry out of this. It is worth noting that MoralGuardians are really weak and almost absent in Argentina, for they are relationed with the right-wing that supported the military dictatorship, and so Argentine audience evolved to be very laid back about sexual themes (a trait shared with, and maybe due to proximity influence from, Brazil). Nowadays everybody is allright if an actress pole-dances in a thong on TV, usually achieving the highest ratings as a result...
15th Nov '17 6:12:37 PM Breakermorrant
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9th Nov '17 9:32:22 PM jormis29
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26th Jul '17 7:58:23 AM Razor21792
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Later during the 19th Century and early 20th, there were at least two great waves of immigration, which made Argentina have one of the highest White populations in the continent. These immigrations were [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immigration_to_Argentina mainly from Italy (contributing around 2.970.000 people) and Spain (contributing around 2.080.000 people]]). To this day the majority of the population recognizes at least one Italian ancestor. Jews are also an important part of the population, in fact Argentina has the biggest Jewish population in Latin America, and the 7th biggest in the world; some of them settled in the rural countrysides to become the "Gauchos judíos" (Jewish gauchos), while other went to Buenos Aires and made a living of business like estates or textiles (Buenos Aires neighborhoods like Flores and Once have a long history of Jewish presence). Argentina also contains a community of around 20,000 Welsh speakers, descended from colonists who were given permission to settle in Patagonia in the 1860s and largely stayed put, creating a "little Wales far from Wales". Many Germans (especially the Volga's Germans) also came to Argentina, settling in so different lands as the mountains in Bariloche, the Patagonian coasts of Chubut, the [[ThePampas Gauchesque grasslands in La Pampa]], the sun-bathed rivers of Entre Ríos, or the tropical hot jungles of Misiones; one of these German immigrants was Hermann Burmeister, a zoologist and paleontologist crucial in the study of South American fauna. A lot of people from Eastern Europe also immigrated to Argentina, from countries like Poland, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Hungary, Ukraine and Russia; the majority of them settled in the north-eastern provinces like Misiones, Chaco or Entre Ríos, where the weather is hot and there are lots of rivers, estuaries and lagoons; one of its descendants is the much beloved folk musician "Chango" Spasiuk, born in Misiones and of Ukrainian grandparents. On the other side, people from the Arab countries, like from Syria, Lebanon, Turkey and Palestine, went to the north-western provinces like Salta, Tucuman or La Rioja, where the desert and the mountains lie; one of its descendants is the ex-president Carlos Saúl M*n*m.[[note]]You can't type or say his name, [[SpeakOfTheDevil in Argentina it is considered of very bad luck]].[[/note]] Immigration from Asian countries, like China and Korea, has increased since the '80s, and they started a fierce competition with Jewish enterpreneurs in textiles. However Japanese immigration started way before in the '10s, though they have been largely mixed with local population since then, so it is unnoticeable. Also, through centuries people from neighboring countries have migrated to Argentina, mainly from UsefulNotes/{{Bolivia}}, UsefulNotes/{{Paraguay}} and UsefulNotes/{{Peru}}, because Argentina have historically combined quite a few traits which made it one major country in terms of economy, technology, science and education in South America, and arguably the best in Human Development Index in all Latin America.

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Later during the 19th Century and early 20th, there were at least two great waves of immigration, which made Argentina have one of the highest White populations in the continent. These immigrations were [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immigration_to_Argentina mainly from Italy (contributing around 2.970.000 people) and Spain (contributing around 2.080.000 people]]). To this day the majority of the population recognizes at least one Italian ancestor. Irish emigrants also settled in Argentina in waves throughout the 19th Century, and today, [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irish_Argentine Argentina has the fifth largest Irish community in the world]]. Jews are also an important part of the population, in fact Argentina has the biggest Jewish population in Latin America, and the 7th biggest in the world; some of them settled in the rural countrysides to become the "Gauchos judíos" (Jewish gauchos), while other went to Buenos Aires and made a living of business like estates or textiles (Buenos Aires neighborhoods like Flores and Once have a long history of Jewish presence). Argentina also contains a community of around 20,000 Welsh speakers, descended from colonists who were given permission to settle in Patagonia in the 1860s and largely stayed put, creating a "little Wales far from Wales". Many Germans (especially the Volga's Germans) also came to Argentina, settling in so different lands as the mountains in Bariloche, the Patagonian coasts of Chubut, the [[ThePampas Gauchesque grasslands in La Pampa]], the sun-bathed rivers of Entre Ríos, or the tropical hot jungles of Misiones; one of these German immigrants was Hermann Burmeister, a zoologist and paleontologist crucial in the study of South American fauna. A lot of people from Eastern Europe also immigrated to Argentina, from countries like Poland, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Hungary, Ukraine and Russia; the majority of them settled in the north-eastern provinces like Misiones, Chaco or Entre Ríos, where the weather is hot and there are lots of rivers, estuaries and lagoons; one of its descendants is the much beloved folk musician "Chango" Spasiuk, born in Misiones and of Ukrainian grandparents. On the other side, people from the Arab countries, like from Syria, Lebanon, Turkey and Palestine, went to the north-western provinces like Salta, Tucuman or La Rioja, where the desert and the mountains lie; one of its descendants is the ex-president Carlos Saúl M*n*m.[[note]]You can't type or say his name, [[SpeakOfTheDevil in Argentina it is considered of very bad luck]].[[/note]] Immigration from Asian countries, like China and Korea, has increased since the '80s, and they started a fierce competition with Jewish enterpreneurs in textiles. However Japanese immigration started way before in the '10s, though they have been largely mixed with local population since then, so it is unnoticeable. Also, through centuries people from neighboring countries have migrated to Argentina, mainly from UsefulNotes/{{Bolivia}}, UsefulNotes/{{Paraguay}} and UsefulNotes/{{Peru}}, because Argentina have historically combined quite a few traits which made it one major country in terms of economy, technology, science and education in South America, and arguably the best in Human Development Index in all Latin America.
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