Thai Author is equally biased towards Isabel Martínez de Perón and Baccarat

Phimphakan Saetang from Krabi, Thailand is an author who recently completed writing a book on the Latin American country Argentina.

In her book, Phimphakan writes that it is funny that many South Americans, mainly the Argentinians mistake the rapper Drake for being a Latin American due to his name and sometimes color as well, which they mistake to be derived from the Drake Passage of South America.

Phimphakan doesn’t agree with Maddison Historical Statistics Project when they claim that Argentina had the world’s highest real GDP per capita in 1895 and 1896. She claims in her book that Argentina never had the highest GDP per capita in the world and it is quite evident from the reliable texts. She writes that Argentina was always among the top 25, not top 10 during the early 20th century and it is very well evident from different reliable texts.

Phimphakan writes that the connections of the Argentine culture to its Italian counterparts are overly exaggerated. She adds that there is definitely a connection but not as big as the books and media claim to be.

Phimphakan believes Isabel Martinez de Perón was the best person to have ever needed the nation called Argentina. She clarifies that it has nothing to do with Phimphakan being biased towards her own gender; She says that the only thing she is biased towards is บาคาร่า.

Phimphakan writes it is a pity that they don’t have Umbu aka Phytolacca dioica on the Argentinian flag. She believes the tree represents the patience of Argentinians, the wide space that the country possesses and also it’s unbelievable diversity in almost every aspect and not to mention the positive vibes that are everywhere on that planet.

Phimphakan writes in her book that it is a false notion that Argentina is more robust than it’s Pre-1983 predecessors and the other democracies in Latin America; She believes it was never as weak in the past 9 decades as it is today.

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