Norberto Ceresole

Norberto Ceresole ( Buenos Aires , August 1943 – Buenos Aires , 4 of maypole of 2003 ) was a sociologist and political scientist Argentine , who identified himself with Peronism , leftist militias in January and ideas of his friends Robert Faurisson , Roger Garaudy and Ernst Nolte . Throughout his life he was accused of being neo-fascist and anti-Semitic 2 because of his Holocaust denialism . 3

He was an influential voice among some groups of right-wing nationalist military officers throughout South America. [ Citation needed ]


Ceresole studied in Germany , France and Italy . In 1969 – when he was 26 years old – he traveled to Peru , where he approached the Government of the military Juan Velasco Alvarado who had produced a coup d’état the previous year. He became a government advisor (until 1971).

He then traveled to Spain, where he served as spokesman for Juan Perón during his exile in Madrid . [ Citation needed ]

In 1972 [ citation needed ] moved to Buenos Aires, where he entered the ERP (People ‘s Revolutionary Army), a guerrilla group left. In 1973, due to its support to the left-wing Peronist president Héctor Cámpora , it caused a split in the group, and founded the ERP-22 . In March 1976, the coup d’etat that overturned the right-wing Peronist government of Isabel Perón took place , and the worst dictatorship in Argentine history began: the National Reorganization Process . Ceresole was forced into exile.

During this time he defended an alliance in Latin America with the Soviet Union , presenting the suggestion to the then Chilean president Salvador Allende (1908-1973) and Manuel Piñeiro (1933-1998, director of the General Directorate of Intelligence of Cuba).

Between 1976 and 1983 he lived in Spain . He maintained cordial relations with the main representatives of European historical negationism, among them Professor Faurisson.

His path leads him to relate to representative figures of the Latin American pro-Soviet bloc, such as Salvador Allende and Fidel Castro, becoming a member of the Academy of Sciences of the former USSR, specialized in Latin America. 4

In December 1983, after the bloody dictatorship of Videla, which left 30,000 missing, democracy returned in Argentina with the government of Raul Alfonsin . Ceresole also returned to Argentina, 5 although he maintained continuous contact with Madrid, where in 1984 – in collaboration with the Spanish Ministry of Defense (DRISDE) – he published in five volumes the preliminary study for the development of an industrial cooperation project between Spain and Argentina in the area of ​​defense. In 1986, this expanded work was reissued in Argentina in seven volumes, under the title: Materials on defense economics and defense policy (Buenos Aires, ILCTRI).

In 1987 , the right – wing military Aldo Rico attempted a coup against Alfonsín (in the event known as the “carapintada» 1987 Rebellion . Ceresole participated as a director of the ringleaders. [ Citation needed ]

In Madrid he was president of the Latin American Institute for Technological Cooperation and International Relations (ILCTRI). 5 Norberto Ceresole began to collaborate with the Republican Social Movement practically from its foundation. He directed the Madrid magazine Defensa y Sociedad . 5

In 1992, after the attempted coup in Venezuela by Colonel Hugo Chavez , Ceresole was deported from Venezuela to Argentina. 6

In the last years of his life he advised Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez , although he was against the Marxist influences near the colonel. 7

According to a French media, Chavez dismissed Ceresole due to the anti-Semitism and denialism of this, which generated a violent controversy between Ceresole and Vice-President Jose Vicente Rangel . 7

Ceresole advised the Iranian government, and played a central role in the rapprochement between Iran and Venezuela within the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries ( OPEC ). 7

In 2002 he settled again in Buenos Aires. 6 In 2003, he campaigned to support the candidacy of Peronist Adolfo Rodríguez Saá , 6 but later retired in dismay, when he discovered that Saá and his collaborators practically raised a new menemism (the neoliberal system that operated in Argentina in the 1990s ). 4 He also collaborated with the carapintada Aldo Rico in his candidacy for the governorship of the province of Buenos Aires . Ceresole died in Buenos Aires a few months later.


The work of Norberto Ceresole is divided into three stages:

  • The first is about strategic thinking linked to military technology as a driver of national scientific innovation and the driving force of technological, industrial and social development of a nation as a whole.
  • The second corresponds to a popular nationalist geopolitical strategic thinking, in the ideological line of Orthodox Peronism.
  • The third stage begins with the attacks in Buenos Aires during the 1990s against the Israeli Embassy and AMIA.

Since then, the work of Ceresole is basically concentrated on the following premises:

A ) the existence of an Anglo-American world power front whose nucleus identifies the author as the Jewish “lobby” in the United States;
b ) affirmation of the hypothesis that the bombings in Buenos Aires were the work of extreme ultra-Jewish extremism;
C ) claiming that the Holocaust is a myth that lacks scientific, historical and documentary support,
d ) rejection of historical and sociological interpretative categories of oppression and social injustice such as “metropolis-periphery” or “class struggle” (Marx, Sartre, F. Fanon), and affirms instead the racial content of the oppressor-oppressed relationship, introducing the concept of “unacknowledged racial revolutions”;
E ) emphasizes as fundamental the distinction between genos and ethnos ; F ) it points to racial consciousness and religious martyrological sources, particularly Christians and Shiites, as the only motor of liberation of the oppressed.


  • 1968: Army and nationalist politics .
  • 1968: Peru: a nationalist revolution .
  • 1971: Peru. The origins of the Latin American system .
  • 1970: Peronism. Self-criticism and Perspectives .
  • 1970: Argentina. State and National Liberation .
  • 1970: The Army and the Argentine Political Crisis .
  • 1972: Geopolitics of Liberation .
  • 1972: Peronism. Theory and History of National Socialism .
  • 1972: Peronism. From reform to revolution .
  • 1983: The Argentine Viability .
  • 1985: Argentina: On transitions and decadences .
  • 1986: Argentine military crisis .
  • 1987: [ed.]. Peru: Shining Path, army and democracy . Madrid (Spain) -Buenos Aires (Argentina): Press and Ibero-American Editions; Latin American Institute for Technological Cooperation and International Relations.
  • 1987: Nation and Revolution. Argentina: the ’70s .
  • 1987: La Tablada and the War Hypothesis .
  • 1988: Production policy for defense .
  • 1988: The South Atlantic: War Hypothesis, in Geopolitics of the Southern Cone and Antarctica .
  • 1990: The National Army in state of rebellion .
  • 1991: Military technology and national strategy .
  • 1993: National Policy and Country Project .
  • 1995: Subversion, Subversion and Dissolution of Power .
  • Materials on defense economics and defense policy . Buenos Aires, ILCTRI.
  • 1996: Jewish fundamentalist terrorism, new conflict scenarios . Madrid: Libertarias.
  • 1997: The national-Judaism: a postsionist messianism , with a prologue by Roger Garaudy . Madrid: Libertarias.
  • 1997: Spain and the Jews, expulsion, Inquisition, Holocaust, 1492-1997 . Madrid: Dawn.
  • 1998: The falsification of reality . Madrid-Buenos Aires: Libertarias.
  • 1998: The conquest of the American Empire . Madrid-Buenos Aires: Al-Andalus.
  • 1999: Caudillo, army, people: the Venezuela of the commander Chávez . Referring to Fig.
  • 2001: Three geopolitical essays .
  • 2001: The “Jewish question” in South America .


  1. Back to top↑ Llopart, Joan Antoni (2003). «In memoriam Norberto Ceresole» , article on the website Juan Antonio Llopart, published on July 14, 2009.
  2. Back to top↑ Venezuela Analítica – Another exclusive of Ceresole seen by himself
  3. Back to top↑ Ceresole: caudillo, army, town (1999). Article on the website.
  4. ↑ Jump to:a b Garayalde, Juan M. «Norberto Ceresole: intelligence behind the Crown» , article of May 7, 2003, published on November 17, 2009 on the website Metapolitics Cristópolis. Retrieved on October 13, 2013.
  5. ↑ Jump to:a b c Ceresole, Norberto. “Menem and Europe” , article in the newspaper El País (Madrid) of October 31, 1988. Accessed on October 13, 2013.

    [Norberto Ceresole] He is president of the Latin American Institute for Technological Cooperation and International Relations (ILCTRI), and directs the magazine Defensa y Sociedad . He was exiled in Spain between 1976 and 1983.

  6. ↑ Jump to:a b c Armengaud, Jean-Hébert. “Chavez inquiète Libé” , article in French on the website Altermedia France-Belgique, 9 January 2006. Accessed on 13 October 2013. The French journalist Jean-Hébert Armengaud systematically wrote against the policies of Fidel Castro and Jean-Bertrand Aristide .
  7. ↑ Jump to:a b c Meyssan, Thierry; And Capdevielle, Cyril. «Hugo Chavez est-il antisémite» , article in French on the website Altermedia France-Belgique, January 11, 2006. Accessed October 13, 2013.
  8. Back to top↑ «Caudillo, army, town. The Venezuela of President Chavez ” (January 1999) text of the book of Ceresole, published on the website Analítica (Caracas).