Under the leadership of Jorge Videla and Reynaldo Bignone, even babies were kidnapped.
Two former Argentinian dictators jailed for stealing babies.
He believed in 'duty', 'rationality', 'obedience', 'patriotism' and 'sacrifice'.
He was "big, bluff, loud and handsome." (Emilio Massera The Economist)
He was trained by the Pentagon, at the School of the Americas.
Emilio Massera trafficked in babies and young children. (Admiral Emilio Massera.)
He was involved with P2, the international masonic lodge which, as part of Operation Gladio, helped carry out terrorism in Italy.
He set up a CIA-funded torture centre. (Cruyff - ZANI :: Articles)
This was designed to kill an estimated 30,000 "enemies of the state". (Admiral Emilio Massera.)
Argentina has a Nazi past.
Massera was the leading figure in the three man fascist military junta which came to power in Argentina in 1976.
He was part of the Pentagon's Plan Cóndor, which carried out acts of terrorism in South America.
He was a close friend of the papal nuncio Archbishop, now Cardinal, Pio Laghi. (Admiral Emilio Massera.)
Laghi and the Vatican supported the junta's atrocities, including the murder of at least one bishop.
Emilio Massera helped organise the torture and murder and child trafficking in Argentina.
In basements, "ordinary Argentines were kept for years blindfolded, chained and shackled." (Emilio Massera The Economist)
A suspect's head would be held "under water fouled with faeces and urine until they thought they were drowning."
Innocent citizens were loaded on to military aircraft "from which they would be tossed, living, into the sea.
"Perhaps 10,000 Argentines died this way in the seven years the junta was in power." (Emilio Massera The Economist)Admiral Massera's forces were involved in "random terror ... abductions, murder, rape and the routine use of ...the utmost violence". (Emilio Massera The Economist)
"Bodies were burned at 'barbecues' on the sports field. The admiral himself took part at first to encourage his men." (Emilio Massera The Economist)
Massera liked young actresses.
"He enjoyed his official yacht, even when Fernando Branca, a millionaire whose wife was one of his lovers, curiously vanished from it without trace while they were out sailing together." (Emilio Massera The Economist)What was the secret of Massera's success?
Like the fascist leader Juan Peron, he was involved with the P-2 Masonic lodge.
His Masonic friends "included global arms-dealers and drug-traffickers, as well as the Vatican bank." (Emilio Massera The Economist)
In 1985, he was sentenced to life imprisonment.
But, of course, he did not go to jail.
President Carlos Menem pardoned him.
Argentina is the country to which Adolf Hitler retired.