"One of the few departures from the unified rhetoric came from Argentine President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, who delved into a lengthy, at times incongruous series of remarks about terrorism and its history in Argentina.
She said she had been directly targeted by extremist groups simply because she knows Pope Francis. The president at times turned to ask questions of her aides sitting behind her, causing the U.N. translator to stumble in interpreting her remarks in Spanish.
Kirchner also criticized the international response to the Islamic State group threat in Iraq and Syria, particularly the U.S.-led mission to arm and train Syrian opposition rebels at camps in Saudi Arabia. She referenced other historical missions, such as the U.S. effort to arm the Afghan mujaheddin against Soviet invaders, or providing military aid to Saddam Hussein’s government in the 1980s.
These missions paved the way for the creation of groups such as al-Qaida, she said. “The way in which we’ve been fighting terrorism has not been up to the job,” Kirchner said. “Something is not working.”
Ajá, Argentina donde aporta algo al "WE" de "we’ve been fighting terrorism".
BTW me encantó lo de lenghty & incongruous. Meet the Bitch.