The presidential election in Argentina in 2023

Question: Dear masters, on November 19th there will be a final runoff election for president in Argentina between a rock and a hard place. An extremely corrupt Peronist candidate linked to drug kinpins and a Trump-like unbalanced newcomer named Milay who is proposing to turn Argentina into an open, free economy. Not voting will automatically endorse the Peronist candidate because he led the first run. It seems to be one of those typical catch-22 scenarios designed by the fallen beings to push us into a karma-making choice. I never voted the corrupt Peronist but the alternative seems frightening to me. Could you help me clarify my decision?

 Answer from the Ascended Master Saint Germain through Kim Michaels. This answer was given during the 2023 American webinar

Well, it is indeed what the fallen beings are so expert in doing. Creating a situation where you are damned if you do and damned if you don’t. Where you are forced to choose between two fallen beings in many cases. I am not saying that is necessarily the case here because I prefer not to comment on that. But nevertheless, what I will say though is, as you say, if you do not vote you are supporting the candidate you definitely do not want to support. Vote for the other candidate and see if he is able to bring change or whether it will be more of the same. You have already seen how the country has gone under the old type of candidate. For Argentina to move forward they actually need to see an alternative to the old ways in order to take the next step.

I am not saying that he is an ideal candidate. I am just saying Argentina needs a change and the people need to see do they want this, do they want that, or do they want something else entirely. And right now, these two candidates have emerged because they represent something in the collective consciousness, a lack of decision on the part of the people. So it is better that they see both sides so they have a higher frame of reference for deciding next time.


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