El Salvador President Bukele warns Americans at CPAC: You must 'unapologetically fight' against globalist elites

Nayib Bukele, the newly re-elected president of El Salvador, spoke at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Washington, DC on Thursday and warned of how quickly a country can crash and burn at the hands of globalist elites.

The young 42-year-old president struggled to even begin his speech amid enthusiastic cheers from the audience.

Bukele, a famously conservative, tough-on-crime leader credited with taking control of his country back from its gangs, began by decrying globalism.

"They say globalism comes to die a CPAC," he began. "I'm here to tell you that in El Salvador, it's already dead. But if you want globalism to die here too, you must be willing to unapologetically fight against everything and everyone that stands for it."



"The next President of the United States must not only win an election, he must have the vision, the will and the courage to do whatever it takes. And above all, he must be able to identify the underlying forces that will conspire against him. These dark forces are already taking over your country. You may not see it yet, but it's already happening," he warned.

Speaking from his own experience watching El Salvador descend into chaos ridden with gang violence and crime before his presidency, he warned the US to not let its situation "spiral out of control."

"It took us 50 years, 2 wars, 250,000 lives, and a third of our population displaced and a near miracle to get our country back," he said.

Before Bukele was elected president in 2019, the South American country had the highest murder rate in the world. By July 2023, President Bukele was able to declare El Salvador the "safest country in Latin America."

He revealed that most of the ruthless gang members destroying El Salvador had practiced and performed satanic rituals.

He called out "big cities in decline" like Baltimore, Portland and New York City where "crime and drugs have become the nearly daily norm, and even accepted and promoted by the government."

"We did the unthinkable to cleanse our society," he continued. "We arrested the terrorists, but we have to remove corrupt judges, and corrupt attorneys, and prosecutors."



Bukele highlighted that the "fake news" and the "NGOs" aided in the gradual destruction of his country before taking aim at George Soros, the notoriously globalist oligarch.

"Who elected Soros to dictate public policy and laws? Why does he feel entitled to impose his agenda? Let me tell you something, Soros and his cronies hit a brick wall in El Salvador," he said, adding "thank God and all the Glory be to Him, Salvadorans are now immune to his influence."



Bukele is a vocal man of faith. He praised God in his victory speech at the beginning of the month saying, "God chose to heal our country."

He has also spoken out against the persecution of Donald Trump. He blasted the Colorado Supreme Court's decision to block Trump from the ballot for the 2024 presidency in a post on X in December.

"In El Salvador, we don't weaponize our judicial system to persecute our political opponents," he said to the CPAC audience. "A practice that may sound familiar to you, but we don't do that there."



"And who's the dictator?" he asked. "The global elites in the media."

Bukele then pointed out that "institutions were created to serve the people and not the other way around," adding that "somewhere along the way, those people forgot their fundamental purpose."

Taking aim at mainstream media he said, "A democracy needs a free press. But to enjoy that membership you must adhere to your duty as a reporter. Report the facts ... Your free speech will always be protected, but don't call yourself a journalist if you're just an activist."



It is "troubling" to the president to see the bias in the media and judicial system in the US, "the most powerful country in the world."

He also called out the US government for the high taxes it imposes which are not "even really funding the government."

"You can still jump before the water boils," he said. "Winning the election isn't enough to solve these problems. They will not simply go away as a consequence of an electoral result. It will take a total reengineering of the government up to bottom."

He said that El Salvador was able to become the safest country in the Western Hemisphere "by defying the global elites."

"We told them no more. And that is my message to you. Put up the fight. Because it is in the end it will be worth it," he concluded.


 

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