Friday, January 20th 2012 - 07:24 UTC

Sawle tells Argentina to leave the Falklands in peace and respect their right to self determination

Britain nowadays is not a colonialist country and Argentina should leave the Falkland and its people in peace and respect their right to self determination, said Falklands elected member of the Legislative Assembly Dick Sawle quoted in the Argentine media.

“We want good relations as good neighbors”, said MLA Sawle

“It’s a mistake to talk about events of 170 years ago, Britain nowadays is not a colonialist power” said Sawle when asked about British PM David Cameron statement before Parliament saying Argentina was ‘colonialist’, which generated an immediate strong reaction from Buenos Aires and the region.

PM Cameron told Parliament that “what the Argentines have been saying recently, I would argue, is far more like colonialism because these people want to remain British and the Argentines want them to do something else”.

MLA Sawle insisted that the key to the conflict is acknowledging the Falkland Islands’ people right to self determination, as enshrined in the United Nations charter, but which Argentina rejects point blank insisting on the territorial integrity of the country.

“If we have the right to self determination, Argentina must respect the wishes of the Falklands people and leave us in peace”, argued Sawle.  “It is very clear that the Islanders to not want to be part of Argentina or be ruled by Argentina”.

MLA Sawle said it was the Falklands government and people’s desire “to have good relations as good neighbours” and rejected any political motivation in the denial of access to the Islands of a cruise vessel (Princess Star) with an outbreak of norovirus on board. 

The Buenos Aires press said the decision was taken because there were Argentine tourists on board and in retaliation for the recent barring of all Falklands’ flagged vessels from regional ports.

“We don’t have an idea of the nationality of the tourists on board the cruise vessels. It was certainly not a political decision” said MLA Sawle who insisted on the virus outbreak and pointed out to the government’s official release which said the decision was taken “following consultation with both the ship’s doctor and a consultant microbiologist in the UK”.

Finally MLA Sawle said that “every year we receive many Argentine tourists and war veterans and they are most welcome”.
 

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1 O gara (#) Jan 20th, 2012 - 08:50 am Report abuse
At any stage of life or in any country or in any community those who have enjoyed the fruits of crime must be brought to account.The planters on the Malvinas talking about self determination is about as legitimate as Serbia taking.over parts of the old.Yugoslavia.This is a red herring that Argentina must determinedly put down in every international forum.CFKs policy is bearing fruit and its becoming ever more a cause celebre all over the Americas and dont the English know it.
2 Teaboy2 (#) Jan 20th, 2012 - 09:29 am Report abuse
“At any stage of life or in any country or in any community those who have enjoyed the fruits of crime must be brought to account”.

Yeah and being a supporter of the IRA, you would know all about be brought to account no doubt. Though to compare the islanders to criminals is simply nothing but delusional indoctrinated drivel.
3 stick up your junta (#) Jan 20th, 2012 - 10:07 am Report abuse
The Conquest of the Desert (Spanish: Conquista del desierto) was a military campaign directed mainly by General Julio Argentino Roca in
At any stage of life or in any country or in any community those who have enjoyed the fruits of crime must be brought to account”.

go check your wallet out

the 1870s, which established Argentine dominance over Patagonia, which was inhabited by indigenous peoples. The Conquest is commemorated on the 100 peso bill in Argentina.[1]
4 ElaineB (#) Jan 20th, 2012 - 10:17 am Report abuse
CFK's policy has achieved nothing except make the Argentines look even more impotent. Why does she want to humiliate herself and her country?
5 O gara (#) Jan 20th, 2012 - 11:01 am Report abuse
Cfks policy is working very well indeed.Brasil is the key to everything and Brasil knows the biggest winner when Argentina gets back its control over the islands is likely top be PETROBRAS
6 Britishbulldog (#) Jan 20th, 2012 - 11:12 am Report abuse
1 O gara (#)----- So as a member of the IRA you are handing yourself in at the nearest police station and you are going to make a full confession as to your crimes against humanity and then serve your time in contrition and make restitution to the people that you’re IRA KILLED AND MAIMED. People in glasshouses should not start to throw stones.

And the rest of you Argentine key board warriors sorry bloggers are going to get down on bended knee at the graves of the indigenes people that you have killed in the past to take over and colonize were you now live and again once you have done that you are going to prostrate yourselves at the British war cemetery on the Falkland's and ask forgiveness for starting the conflict that took their lives? Well we are waiting what's stopping you.

After all according to you O gara at any stage of life or in any country or in any community those who have enjoyed the fruits of crime must be brought to account. So come on start the ball rolling.
7 horacioyanes (#) Jan 20th, 2012 - 11:21 am Report abuse
Mr. Sawlan, recognize they are part of Argentine territory and will have good relations.
8 lsolde (#) Jan 20th, 2012 - 11:23 am Report abuse
@6Britishbulldog,
They wouldn't even think of it. They see themselves as wide-eyed innocents, exploited by cunning imperialists.
Denied their true place in the world.
“Argentina will have its place in the sun”
They want to be the lmperialists & colonialists.
Good on David Cameron for calling them colonialists, because thats what they aspire to be at our expense.
Hey, malvinistas, NO NEGOTIATIONS!
9 Liberato (#) Jan 20th, 2012 - 11:31 am Report abuse
I wonder where did mr Dick Sawle born?. ah yes i remember now he was born in britain.
10 Britishbulldog (#) Jan 20th, 2012 - 11:54 am Report abuse
8 lsolde (#)--- Wide-eyed and innocent that's a good way of putting it, WHO US WHAT HAVE WE DONE. More like wide-eyed and legless the legless bit being that they don't have a leg to stand on when it comes down to the issue of Falkland's and they know it but like all good liars they have to keep the lie going.

Still waiting Ogara for your contrition on bended knee to ask forgiveness for the crimes that you and your pals have done when you bombed and killed innocent women and children on mainland Britain and in Ulster come on son don't be shy lets be hearing you say sorry.
And don't forget it was you who said at any stage of life or in any country or in any community those who have enjoyed the fruits of crime must be brought to account.

Funny how it all comes home to roost hey Ogara
11 Papamoa (#) Jan 20th, 2012 - 12:15 pm Report abuse
The Falklanders have decided they are VERY HAPPY the way they are as a British Overseas Territory and have NO wish to be run by a Corrupt regime like argentina!!!

Long Live the Falklands.
12 Conqueror (#) Jan 20th, 2012 - 12:33 pm Report abuse
@1 Yeah. So let's see. Who engaged in the conquest of South America? (The clue is the European language used on most of the continent). Who had a little event in their history called the “Conquest of the Desert”? Who had a little event in their history called the “Dirty War”? What was the population of South America before you lot arrived? What did you do with them?

@5 How are you going to cope with the Anglo-Brazilian defence agreement?

@7 And how many of your population originate in Korea, China, Central America, other South American countries, Central Europe and Eastern Europe?

Time to turn Argentina into Lake Argentina.
13 Nightingale (#) Jan 20th, 2012 - 12:43 pm Report abuse
en.mercopress.com/2012/01/19/the-white-settlers-dilemma#comments i think this says it all..
14 ChrisR (#) Jan 20th, 2012 - 03:54 pm Report abuse
O gaga is not Irish. I have real doubts he has even been to Eire or N. Ireland.

I suspect he has Irish antecedents many years ago and wishes not to be considered Argetino, hence the mask of Irishness. Can't blame him wanting to be painted with the same brush as Pratt-Junta, He who I will not name, et al.

Spouting support for the PIRA is not the same as having committed the attrocities these mis-directed Marxists have.
15 O gara (#) Jan 20th, 2012 - 04:53 pm Report abuse
English Bulldog
Lets get things in order.There never would have been an IRA if you invading hordes hadnt occupied our country,practiced the most vile ethnic cleansing(To Hell or to Connacht)and then as in the Malvinas infested the country with planters.
But from all this we understand the city to perfection.You have to be completely ruthless,persistent and at all times understand that money and only money is what drives the City.
At all times Argentina must make the city pay.Which is happening on a scale and of course the city now running out of North Sea Oil or Scotland running out(doesnt matter)they desperately need South Atlantic oil.But Brasil terrifies them as does the incredibly growing trade bewtween Argentina and Brasil hence the massive efforts at pleasing the Brasilians.
Argentina must continue to be firm and at every international stage bring the Malvinas case.
Bulldog i will apologise to you for the harm ireland caused you when you go down on bended knee and suck my cock for all the harm pigs liked you caused to Ireland.
Argentinos toman nota nosotros les conocemos perfectamente son suaves pero ladrones nunca pero nunca confia en un Ingles de mierda
16 Think (#) Jan 20th, 2012 - 04:58 pm Report abuse
(5) O'Gara

Don't sugarcoat it lad :-)
17 Pugol-H (#) Jan 20th, 2012 - 05:22 pm Report abuse
@15 O gara
“invading hordes hadnt occupied our country,practiced the most vile ethnic cleansing”

This has happened a few times in the history of what we now call Ireland.

Like the celts for example, a people who began somewhere near the Black sea, spread west (they had Iron Weapons in a bronze age world) sacked corinth, burned rome and anhilated every bronze age people they encountered. Ethnicly cleansed half a continent.

The (more) origional bronze age inhabitants of Ireland technicaly speaking are still there, they are a layer of bone and ash in an archelogical dig.

In history no one is innocent, or they would not be here today.
18 O gara (#) Jan 20th, 2012 - 06:31 pm Report abuse
I wasnt the one who began preaching why dont you have a go at Bulldog.The facts are this self determination is a red herring and everyone knows it.Its all about power and Argentina must be absolutely persistent with these remnants of the most evil empire in history
19 ChrisR (#) Jan 20th, 2012 - 06:38 pm Report abuse
18 O gaga
That final sentence in Espanol does not do you justice, but am I correct at 14)?
20 stick up your junta (#) Jan 20th, 2012 - 06:57 pm Report abuse
There never would have been an IRA if you invading hordes hadnt occupied our country,practiced the most vile ethnic cleansing

Canadian journalist exposes the ethnic cleansing of protestants by the IRA
www.youtube.com/watch?v=AfU_LY4B29c

Historical detective trail reveals 'ethnic cleansing' by IRA in Cork
www.independent.ie/opinion/analysis/historical-detective-trail-reveals-ethnic-cleansing-by-ira-in-cork-2410682.html
21 Pugol-H (#) Jan 20th, 2012 - 07:07 pm Report abuse
@18 O gara
It is all about doing what is right, allowing people to choose. Not replacing one empire with another, whilst pretending you are “holier than thou”.
22 so_far (#) Jan 20th, 2012 - 07:09 pm Report abuse
#15 Mr O Gara, about the last part....the complete world knows perfectly well that.......but is good to remember often that Fact, gracias
23 Pugol-H (#) Jan 20th, 2012 - 07:33 pm Report abuse
@22
You should get out more you might even actually meet some English, don't take your kids though we eat them.
24 briton (#) Jan 20th, 2012 - 07:58 pm Report abuse
down on bended knee and suck my cock for all the harm
moving along a bit,
what if it happend, and he bit it off,
should one not say,
one should not put ones eye to a key hole,
just a painfull thought .
25 Papamoa (#) Jan 20th, 2012 - 08:10 pm Report abuse
The Falklands for Falklanders not an argentine Theme Park! what sort of Fantasy World do the argentines live in!!!!!!!!!!!

Long Live the Falklands.
26 Kipling (#) Jan 20th, 2012 - 08:16 pm Report abuse
be careful, CFK, PERON, what is this? I am argentinian and I don´t like CFK and Perón, but I want the Malvinas just for argentinians (UNASUR). Kelpers, go to UK, if u want to live in peace! It is not your land! Capicce? I don´t want any homeless, smuglers, drunkers, saxons of UK in S.America! Can you understand? Brazil doesn´t want the same, você poderia entender? Another thing, one of the most visited places by british is Rio de Janeiro, when u hear about the people of UK, SO DIRTY and drunkers. Thanks Hague for your visit in Rio, now, brazilains have more hate for UK. e.g. .... what the hell do I listen a bastard of UK say that I want or not people from Falklands?
27 Papamoa (#) Jan 20th, 2012 - 09:25 pm Report abuse
@26 Kipling
So much anger and still soooooooo Wrong!, there is NO such place as the malvenass that is just aFairy story made up by argentine politians to delude little children like Yourself!!!!!!!!!!

Long Live the Falklands.

Down with argentine Colonialism.
28 Britishbulldog (#) Jan 20th, 2012 - 09:34 pm Report abuse
One O gara (#) ---I was not the one who began preaching why you don’t have a go at Bulldog. Short memory O gara what was the first comment on this page? And I did not say apologise for what Ireland did either. I have no qualms with the respectable people in Ireland only with IRA psychopaths that went around planting bombs all over the place and killing injuring their own community's.

So get down on your knees IRA lover then prostrate yourself in the memory of all the ones that died when your best buddy’s murdered all those innocent human beings going about minding their own business.

Now don't fuck with me O gara I might just take you up on your offer of sucking your 1 inch penis so that I can bite the little sucker of and spit the remains in your face. Sorry lady's if that last part offends you not the biting off the penis but the 1 inch he has but it would be fun to do just that just to see O gara’s face when he realizes he can’t piss anymore. :0)
29 briton (#) Jan 20th, 2012 - 11:19 pm Report abuse
im off fo the night,

back on board, backa later
30 Jeremy (#) Jan 21st, 2012 - 03:24 am Report abuse
The People living on the Malvinas/Falklands Islands unfortunately won't find “peace” until they accept that they are living, and for many generations now, on a foreign soil (as they consider themselves to be British citizens)...They can't claim selfdetermination when they already see themselves to be British...they already determined what they are and what they want to be. The “Argies” don't have any issue with the islanders to keep living there, they don't even see the islanders as a problem...The talks here have to be between England and Argentina, just like the US state department said; and the only logical result of all this talk should be how to arrange a proper transfer of these territories to their legitimate owner, Argentina...The islanders don't even need to be bothered by this, after all if some of them don't agree, there's always the option to go and live in England, just like any other British citizen.
31 lsolde (#) Jan 21st, 2012 - 06:06 am Report abuse
@30Jeremy,
Wrong, Jeremy.
This is NOT Argentine soil despite all the lies you were taught at school.
You may not see us as a problem, but we see you as a big problem.
One that we do not wish to associate with.
There will be NO TALKS.
There will be NO TRANSFER OF SOVEREIGNTY to Argentina.
ln your dreams, perhaps.
All because Argentina is NOT the legitimate owner, WE ARE.
So get lost with your ridiculous suggestions.
32 Malvinero1 (#) Jan 21st, 2012 - 08:53 am Report abuse
Wrong, Jeremy.
This is NOT Argentine soil despite all the lies you were taught at school.
You may not see us as a problem, but we see you as a big problem.
One that we do not wish to associate with.
There will be NO TALKS.
There will be NO TRANSFER OF SOVEREIGNTY to Argentina.
ln your dreams, perhaps.
All because Argentina is NOT the legitimate owner, WE ARE.
So get lost with your ridiculous suggestions.
Isolde get the independence from uk and go away.....
You are squatters,so until you do not come with the real owner,Argentina,we will not leave you in peace...So tell your people to come forward and have a agreement with Argentina..If you do not want to talk,fine..We will bother you forever...
33 lsolde (#) Jan 21st, 2012 - 09:34 am Report abuse
You do not bother us, Malvinero1.
And this is good fun, stirring up silly deluded malvinistas.
You are the squatters & you killed a people in order to squat.
There were no indigenous people here, not like Argentina.
We do not have to talk with you & we will not do so.
We do not need any agreement with Argentina & don't want one.
When we want independence we will ask for it & its got absolutely nothing to do with you or Argentina.
Keep your nose out of our business.
What makes you think that you will bother us forever?
Do you think Argentina will last FOREVER? Ha :-)))))
34 Frank (#) Jan 21st, 2012 - 10:19 am Report abuse
'Do you think Argentina will last FOREVER? Ha :-)))))'

I give it until June... thats when it will melt down.....
35 Malvinero1 (#) Jan 21st, 2012 - 01:28 pm Report abuse
'Do you think Argentina will last FOREVER? Ha :-)))))'

I give it until June... thats when it will melt down.....
AHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHH!
I am glad I do not live in thetroubled,bankrupt uk...
Argentina is booming..Just ask brit expat..what they think
36 Jeremy (#) Jan 21st, 2012 - 02:37 pm Report abuse
Dear Isolde...I'm not going to waste time or energy trying to explain to you what you already know, that would be the reason/s as why the Malvinas/Falklands (or whatever else you want to call them) are rightfully Argentine...The one thing I can tell you though, is that among other things I learned at school is that when you take or steal something from someone (A.K.A. England stealing the Malvinas/Falkland from Argentina) and then you keep it for a looong time; well that thing still is NOT yours...I think you'd agree with me on this one, right?...
England is running out of excuses and time to keep the status quo, not even the US is buying this B.S. anymore...Just return what is not yours, and move on!...that would truly show that Britain is ready to re-engage on a serious relationship with Latin America. A relationship based on mutual respect and not on a false rethoric (self determination) that is losing grounds by the hour!
37 Pugol-H (#) Jan 21st, 2012 - 03:21 pm Report abuse
@36
That is not how it looks from outside Argentina.

Cameron's statement is only the beginning, as Argentina continues to “up the anti” you are going to increasingly here about self determination and human rights, also the truth about the history of the region.
38 O gara (#) Jan 21st, 2012 - 03:25 pm Report abuse
Chris r I wasnt referring to all English but a particular Engliahman of which Bulldog is typical.How dare he clain bare facedly i was in any particular organization or indeed try to blame ordinary Argentines for starting a conflict when the country was run by a military dictatorship.
You and others have been quick to run to ohh that was what happened at the time etc when English savageries have been shown up.
This guy deserved all I gave him hes an imbecile who on no occasion has shown a propensity to have a civilized argument.If thats the way Bulldog wants it so be it.BTW Bulldog I am not the one who suggests physique and power by my nom de plume thats you but I guess that shows us your worries about size
39 Malvinero1 (#) Jan 21st, 2012 - 03:27 pm Report abuse
Pugol: Do you want to bet that uk will opens negotiation with Argentina sooner than latter??
Just think..it will be the most intelligent thing to do......Malvinas is naturally binded to Argentina.....the un-natural is uk posesion.....The time is over for the empire...Just wake up..
40 Pugol-H (#) Jan 21st, 2012 - 03:35 pm Report abuse
@39 Malvinero1
The empire was over a long time ago! it is only Argentina does not realise it now. This is a post-colonial issue the Islands have been decolonised.

The British do not share your view of what is natural/unnatural, and anyway regard it as a matter of right and wrong.

I will bet there are no negotiations, your grandchildren will be having the same argument.
41 La Muerta Negra (#) Jan 21st, 2012 - 03:46 pm Report abuse
The usual torrent of Argentinian verbal diarrhoea smears these comment pages.
42 Domingo (#) Jan 21st, 2012 - 07:51 pm Report abuse
International law is quite clear: The Falkland Islanders as the settled people of the non-self-governing territory of the Falkland Islands have the right to freely determine their own political status and the right to their own territorial integrity according to UN Treaty Charter Article 73 and UN General Assembly Resolution 1514(XV), which covers the case of the Falkland Islands

The only other country which could potentially pose a legitimate legal challenge to the Falkland Islands right to territorial integrity is Great Britain because under the terms of the UN Charter Article 73 Great Britain is official UN Administering Country of the Falkland Islands and its independence could potentially cause disruption of the Great Britain's territorial integrity and national unity.

However, the Falkland Islanders freely expressed democratic choice for their current and future political status is to be a British Overseas Territory and there is no disruption of British territorial or national unity.
43 briton (#) Jan 21st, 2012 - 10:05 pm Report abuse
Malvinero1
you know nothing of the Empire,
who are you,
a daft vader ?
44 lsolde (#) Jan 21st, 2012 - 10:32 pm Report abuse
@36 Jeremy,
l'm glad to hear that are not going to waste my time or your own.
So you were taught at school.................says it all. lts called lndoctrination. So sorry to be the one to tell you but you were taught lies.
This land is definitely NOT Argentine despite what you say.
We did not steal it, merely repossessed it from trespassers(Argentines) who were trying to steal it from us.
Yes l do agree with you that if you steal something & then keep it for a looong time it is still not yours.
So when is Argentina going to return to Paraguay the land that they stole in 1871?
lt would be impossible to “return” the Falklands to Argentina because to return something means that the other party had to have owned it in the first place.
Argentina has NEVER owned the Falklands.
We don't need excuses as the land is OURS & NOT YOURS.
Talking, moaning, whining & complaining will get you no-where.
There will be NO NEGOTIATIONS ON SOVEREIGNTY.
As l have stated many times, Jeremy, you have only 3 choices.
1) Make Argentina so attractive that we WANT to join you.
2) Take the case to Court. The ICJ.
3) War
Your country's decision, Jeremy.
Well?
45 briton (#) Jan 21st, 2012 - 11:18 pm Report abuse
Besides who would you hand it over to,
Argentina did not even exist at the time,
.
46 Malvinero1 (#) Jan 22nd, 2012 - 06:27 am Report abuse
Besides who would you hand it over to,
Argentina did not even exist at the time,
.Coming from an “expert” like you,is reasuring,britton...
Malvinero1
you know nothing of the Empire,
who are you,
a daft vader
I know enough of uk,.With 3 million unemployed in uk and a foreign debt of 9 trillion pounds...Who cares about the rest....It was nice and rommantic,for some the brit empire,but it is over...Just take care of your land. in the NA...
Playing with fire is dangerous..Watch you do not get burned.....
47 briton (#) Jan 22nd, 2012 - 03:59 pm Report abuse
boy , for a nation stuck in quicksand, shouting Malvinas,
Is rather pathetic is it not,
As for expert, well its only ever an opinion, but alas you know nothing of opinions, but having said that, i trust Britons theories better than most experts, [mr spock [star trek]
[You know enough of uk]
3 million unemployed [wrong]
Foreign debt of 9 trillion pounds.. [wrong]
[Who cares about the rest [wrong]...
.It was nice and romanticist [wrong]
All wrong, try, again
You will never get into heaven, if you keep telling porkies.
48 ManRod (#) Jan 24th, 2012 - 03:51 pm Report abuse
“...steal from Argentina”
come on, what kind of silly, childish vocabulary is that???
You want a lolly to dry your tears?

Lands have been “stolen”, conquered, annexed, etc...call it what you want, thoughout human history and Argentina does not stand outside of the rules of the game. Argentina has also “stolen” territory from Paraguay (Formosa for example) , “stolen” territory from Chile (Puna, another example) and stolen a huge and vast territory from the natives (Patagonia). You are no better than others...

These things happened and most countries accept the rules, whereas you can win or lose. Only pathetic crybabies and losers keep whining forever, like Bolivia and well... some neighbours too :D
But will it have any effect?

Don't think so... you either buy them from UK (guess you don't have the money) or you conquer them by military means. Good luck!

So get over it... not even sure you can say the Falklands were ever defined as real Argentine territory for a period (are them mentioned in any argentine constitution back then?)
49 Malvinero1 (#) Jan 24th, 2012 - 10:47 pm Report abuse
#47 You know enough of uk]
3 million unemployed [wrong]
Foreign debt of 9 trillion pounds.. [wrong]
[Who cares about the rest [wrong]...
britton: AAHAHHAHHAHHHAHHAHAAHAHH!!
1 European Union $ 16,080,000,000,000 30 June 2011

2 United States $ 14,710,000,000,000 30 June 2011

3 United Kingdom $ 9,836,000,000,000 30 June 2011
www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/rankorder/2079rank.html?countryName=United Kingdom&countryCode=uk&regionCode=eur&rank=3#uk

UK unemployment rose by 118,000 in the three months to November to 2.685 million, the highest level since summer 1994.

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said the unemployment rate also increased to 8.4%, up from 8.3% in the previous quarter
You are rigth britton: Is not 3 million.it is only 2.685.,I just rounded off...
Government debt rises to a record of £1tnAdvertisementTreasury minister David Gauke: “We've got a hard task ahead of us”
Continue reading the main story
UK EconomyHigh Street casualties
UK unemployment continues to rise
UK inflation rate falls to 4.2%
How rising prices are hitting you
Government debt has risen to a record £1 trillion from £883bn a year ago.
www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-16698293
Nice try britton..Mind you,uk is 3 largest debtor in THE WORLD......Just below EU and the USA..I feel sorry for the people,but take care of them...
50 briton (#) Jan 24th, 2012 - 11:01 pm Report abuse
If argentina is doing as good as you say it,
why not give some to us then,
dont be greedy now, share and share alike .
we would be quite willing to share our debts with you ..lol
51 Malvinero1 (#) Jan 25th, 2012 - 01:35 am Report abuse
If argentina is doing as good as you say it,
why not give some to us then,
dont be greedy now, share and share alike .
we would be quite willing to share our debts with you ..lol
Come and get it.......CAn you????
Anyway: I am VERY GLAD I DO NOT LIVE in THE uk....Just ask brits expat
In fact last week I was talking with a frenchmen,came to Argentina 5 years ago,wife and 2 kids....He is in the recycling bussines....has a small manufacturing Co..with over 5 millions Arg pesos turnover/year..And He loves Argentina.....but you live in the best country in the world,rigth???
52 briton (#) Jan 25th, 2012 - 06:43 pm Report abuse
. 51 Malvinero1
Frenchman
He is in the recycling business....has a small manufacturing Co..with over 5 millions Arg pesos turnover/year..And He loves Argentina.....but you live in the best country in the world, right???

Well im glad a Frenchman can recycle himself,
But good luck to him, millions emigrate each year, all around the world,
And thousands come to the UK.

As for living in the best country in the world,
Quite correct,
We may not be rich, and we may be a little island,
And we may not be everyone’s cup of tea,
But we are the best,, thanks .

.
53 Malvinero1 (#) Jan 26th, 2012 - 02:06 am Report abuse
Well im glad a Frenchman can recycle himself,
But good luck to him, millions emigrate each year, all around the world,
And thousands come to the UK.
No problem ,Just leave us alone......Go back to your land...The north Atlantic....
As usual,you are a vulgar perso...racist above all..and dumb enough not to understand it all.....
Malvinero1,IS VERY HAPPY THAT ARGENTINA NEVER EVER WILL COME UNDER THE “protection” of uk.....And I am very happy,NOT TO LIVE IN england...Perhaps Ireland,Wales or Scotland.....
54 lsolde (#) Jan 26th, 2012 - 09:25 am Report abuse
@53 Malvinero1,
l don't think lreland, Wales or Scotland would let an idiot like you past their borders.
They have their pride you know.
And we certainly don't want you.
55 bigron (#) Jan 26th, 2012 - 02:46 pm Report abuse
Note the thought police are at large - all my well meaning comments are deleted - maybe they were too near the truth for a SA electronic publication?
56 briton (#) Jan 26th, 2012 - 06:22 pm Report abuse
Malvinero1
As usual,you are a vulgar perso
Now why the insults,
1, was it because I wrote a nice piece
2, you are just jealous
3, you are envious
4 you have nothing of interest so return to insults,
This is very childish of you,
How would you like it if a called you a coward
Prick idiot xanker , indoctrinated, aids ridden rat,
Shit head from the sewer
Greedy thiefe,
[I would not lower my self to throw insults at you]
But if you wish to revert to childish behaviour,
Then we will treat you like a child,
So it is written, so it shall be done
.
57 lsolde (#) Jan 26th, 2012 - 10:43 pm Report abuse
Stop it, briton. You are making me laugh. Can't concentrate.
58 briton (#) Jan 26th, 2012 - 10:59 pm Report abuse
boy he is so @@@@@
you try to be polite and get insults,
if only my tardis was working,
i would send davros to deal with him lol.
59 Malvinero1 (#) Jan 27th, 2012 - 01:24 am Report abuse
boy he is so @@@@@
you try to be polite and get insults,
if only my tardis was working,
i would send davros to deal with him lol.
chimpton: AHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHH!
I DO NOT GIVE A DAMN,about YOU or uk!!!
60 lsolde (#) Jan 27th, 2012 - 09:23 am Report abuse
And we don't give a damn that you don't give a damn.
We not only don't care about you, malvin, we don't even care that we don't care.
So AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH to you too,
as well as as snigger, snigger. You're a bloody disgrace man, harden up.
61 briton (#) Jan 27th, 2012 - 02:36 pm Report abuse
the standard is dropping fast,
62 Malvinero1 (#) Jan 28th, 2012 - 12:03 am Report abuse
the standard is dropping fast,
You never had any britton....
You are below average!
63 briton (#) Jan 28th, 2012 - 12:05 am Report abuse
the residend copier child speaks again.

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