Thursday, January 10th 2013 - 04:06 UTC

Cristina Fernandez targets UK ‘threats’ to keep escalating the Falklands’ dispute

Argentine president Cristina Kirchner targeted the UK for “threatening” to come “to militarize and invade our Malvinas Islands” following the announcement that an additional 150 British soldiers are been sent to the Falklands and PM David Cameron recent warnings on support of the Islands.

The Argentine president remembers the Falklands dispute in her first 2013 speech (Photo Telam)

“We are at a very particular historic moment where Argentina once again in under attack from the ‘vulture’ funds and from others, 12.000 kilometres away that are threatening to come to militarize and invade our Malvinas Islands”, underlined the Argentine president during her speech at the welcome ceremony for the frigate ARA Libertad in Mar del Plata Wednesday evening.

According to a piece from the Nottingham Post, 150 members of B Company of the 2nd Mercian Battalion will be on a routine two-month tour of duty in the Falklands on daily patrols “against any threat from Argentina”

Apparently a small number of soldiers have already arrived on the Islands but the majority of the soldiers will take the 18-hour flight to the Falklands in the next two weeks. A mixture of ranks will work with comrades from other British Army units as well as RAF and Royal Navy personnel who are based at the Falklands.

“Their role will be to undertake regular patrols protecting key locations across the Falklands as well as training in heavy arms and small arms” according to comments from a military spokesperson who added an ‘educational element’ to the tour.

”There is also an educational element to the tour with the soldiers learning about the history of the issues in relation to past conflicts“.

Earlier in the week PM David Cameron said it was up to the Islanders to decide on their future and if they wished to remain British, and if so vowed to fight to keep the Falklands in the face of mounting Argentine pressure. He insisted British resolve was ”extremely strong“ and pointed out fast jets and troops are stationed on the Falklands.

The statements from Cameron followed on Cristina Fernandez claims accusing Britain of colonialism and demanded the Falklands were handed back to Argentina.

In an open letter published as an advert in the Guardian she said Argentina was forcibly stripped of the Malvinas in ”a blatant exercise of 19th-century colonialism”.

Tension on the Falklands/Malvinas dispute is expected to keep mounting not only because January 2013 is the 180 symbolic anniversary of the alleged ‘stripping’ but mainly because the Falklands are holding next March a referendum with international observers, to decide on their status and future.

This has infuriated Argentina that insists the dispute is bilateral (UK/Argentina) while for Britain it is trilateral with the most important issue the self determination of the people from the Falklands, which must be respected.
 

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1 slattzzz (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 04:49 am Report abuse
Ah that old militarizing carp again when 150 soldiers relieve the other 150 soldiers who have done thier tour and missed Christmas and New Year at home with thier loved ones. The clue is in the statement “ROUTINE TOUR” the same “ROUTINE TOURS” that have been happening for three decades now, same as the warships “ROUTINE DEPLOYMENTS” and the “ROUTINE MISSLE FIRINGS and exercises”. What a bunch of no hopers. Stop clutching at straws, people are laughing at you.
2 Anglotino (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 04:49 am Report abuse
YAWN!

What does a broken record sound like?
3 Iron Man (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 05:27 am Report abuse
Yes, the worldwide scoop on this broken by the Nottingham Post, well done to all the Pullitzer prize winners there.

Still, this was a tub thumping exercise from the loony leader of a dysfunctional country. I suppose this was almost reserved compared to what she could have said.
4 slattzzz (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 05:37 am Report abuse
I have read the article in the Nottingham post and it doesn't mention ADDITIONAL troops, what it says is” this is a routine tour that we have known about for some time, some members of the company are already on the islands (this will be to conduct a handover with the troops they are relieving (makes sense)). The rest of the company will leave in the next two weeks”. The troops being relived will probably return home on the same aircraft so an advanced party for handover is necessary. Not rocket science is it?.........well obviously it is for CFK and tinman. Whoops I shouldn't have mentioned rockets ;)
5 Boovis (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 07:07 am Report abuse
It should have read “to celebrate the returning of the boat that was taken from Argentina because of one of their many recurring fuckups, CFK made a deranged speech about a completely non-related subject. As the only people attending were mental nutcases who would scream if she farted and said it was in the best interests of the nation, she also went on to complain that her local chemists didn't stock her favourite shade of lipstick anymore and that she now had to pay for plastic bags whereas in previous years they were free. A statement has been issued to the UN in support of this.”
6 toooldtodieyoung (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 07:07 am Report abuse
4 slattzzz

Easy now!! Those 150 extra soldiers ( wow ) did the Nottingham EVENING post mention that they were a crack new unit, able to operate without support, behind enemy lines and capable of taking over countries with just their swiss army knifes??

2 Anglotino

Does she even know what a broken record is?????
7 Boovis (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 07:12 am Report abuse
“Fernández de Kirchner ... stressed the fact that Argentina paid over 11 billion dollars of debt in 2012, and that the December payment was the the single highest payment to private bondholders since the December 2001 default.”

So she's stressing the fact that sometimes, when pushed, she'll do what's legally obliged of her?? That's big of her, cue shitloads of banks rushing to lend her cash now, what a dick.
8 toooldtodieyoung (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 07:16 am Report abuse
She talks a lot in her speeches about ‘stripping’ and “forcibly stripped”. Isn't the culture minister an ex porn star??

mmmmmmm I can see where this is going......
9 Iron Man (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 07:22 am Report abuse
I'm very impressed by the fly past of the Libertad by the Argentine Air Force, as shown here:

www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-20966460

Our fighter pilots must be sh1tting themselves.
10 Gordo1 (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 07:24 am Report abuse
She has a “knickers in a twist”! How she can invent “sound bites” for an adoring audience is utterly amazing.

Surely there must be some argentinos who are permitted to raise their criticisms!
11 toooldtodieyoung (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 07:27 am Report abuse
9 Iron Man

WOW!!! is that all of their airforce???

Was KFC's son at the controls?

Is that why it was flying so low??
12 LEPRecon (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 07:41 am Report abuse
Isn't it nice to know that the Argentine President is SO afraid of 150 soldiers!

The rest of the world's government must be p!ssing themselves laughing at Argentina right now. “Oh look thevBritish are sending 150 soldiers to replace another 150 soldiers on a routine deployment, and Argentina are sh!tting themselves. Ooh 150 British soldiers keeping the entire armed forces of Argentina at bay.”

No wonder CFK and her government are considered weak by the ret of the worlds leaders (including her good buddy Chavez).

It's priceless. Cristina, the give that keeps giving! LOL
13 Xect (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 08:06 am Report abuse
I like the bit about invading the islands.

Is it possible to invade something you already own and control! LOL - I don't think she thought that through.....

Anyway, this is just CFK playing the nationalistic card to try to prop up her failed government.
14 Martin Woodhead (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 08:09 am Report abuse
Because there British Soldiers worth one is worth about 10000 argentinians.
15 jeffski (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 08:45 am Report abuse
12.000 kilometres away that are threatening to come to militarize and invade our Malvinas Islands”

WTF the military have been on the islands in strength for 30+ years, and why is that!! Because these lying two faced debt ridden scoundrels can't be trusted never ever ever. They are the ones who illegally invaded and ignored a UN binding resolution. God this woman is fucking thick.

Self determination.
16 Pirate Love (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 09:02 am Report abuse
@9 :) , there airforce also doubles up as a crop sprayer, He has orders after the flyby to continue crop spraying the indigenous peoples on their lands to force them out, FACT!

@10 what it does not show you is the police had to cordon off 2 protesting groups from each other, the applauding peronist militants “K” was organized by no other than the INDEC director Norberto Itzcovich actually leaving from the INDEC building and shipped by coach no less, that figures INDEC not only supplies its government with bogus inflation figures but doubles as a rent a yob agency too. Classy!
17 jeffski (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 09:07 am Report abuse
www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/argentina-welcomes-home-ship-held-in-ghana-by-us-vulture-fund-8445151.html

The independent is reporting that the Argentines are attempting to turn a humiliating embarrassing incident into a triumphant celebration. What a embarrassment this woman and her inept government are. Argies you do relise how stupid you look.
18 Boovis (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 09:10 am Report abuse
The last time I saw their airforce in action it was apparently chasing Cary Grant through a corn field.
19 jeffski (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 09:18 am Report abuse
www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/southamerica/falklandislands/9792338/Cristina-Kirchner-hits-out-at-those-who-want-to-invade-Falklands.html

photos.mercurynews.com/2013/01/09/argentina-ship-release-ghana/

That's all you need when holidaying, old turtle neck spouting off about today being a lesson in history....the woman's off her trolly.
20 reality check (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 09:49 am Report abuse
“Stand fast and strike hard.”

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zc2y_khwyUE

The battalion returned from the latest tour in Afghan June 2012. A six month tour in the Falklands should be a nice rest for B Company's battle hardened soldiers.
21 Iron Man (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 10:03 am Report abuse
@16 On closer examination of the picture, I believe the Argentines are testing a biological weapon here and plan to use it against the Falklands. I think the UN should be informed and our troops should be on standby to undertake a 'search and destroy' mission for their chemical weapon stockpiles, as we did in Iraq.
22 Anbar (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 10:07 am Report abuse
the more she repeats crap like this the more people turn off saying “same old same old”.

let her continue to bore people outside Argentina into not giving a toss.
23 agent999 (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 10:09 am Report abuse
Argentina’s leader populist, but no longer popular

www.miamiherald.com/2013/01/09/3174970/argentinas-leader-populist-but.html
24 reality check (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 10:09 am Report abuse
Actually I think it is trick photography, the aircraft are actually supplied by the BA Aero modelling Club, Maximo is out of shot, flying the plane by remote!
25 Room101 (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 10:10 am Report abuse
It was predictable even whilst the Libertad was in hock in Ghana that when that vessel returned home, CFK would divert attention away from the international embarrasment of that situation for her, personally, by thumping her, somewhat dented, drum on her Falklands Syndrome.
There are several instances in history where leaders have become victims of their own propaganda.
26 Rufus (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 10:13 am Report abuse
I can't help but chuckle, if the UK has been sending 2 warships and 3 companies of troops (assum 150 people per company) per year to the Falklands for the last 30 years then logically the size of the garrison must be 60 warships and 90 infantry companies (so 13,500 troops), which is quite an achievement. Especially as the Royal Navy only has 67 commissioned surface ships of all types.

Still, I suppose that on the INDEC scale of mathematical moronicness then this is just about fesiable.
27 Benson (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 10:19 am Report abuse
If you tell a lie long enough and loud enough...
28 ElaineB (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 10:22 am Report abuse
@16 I read about that. The INDEC rent-a-yob are responsible for carrying out INDEC polls; that must be lovely when a bloke in with a tea-towel wrapped around his face and a baseball bat in his hands knocks on the door to enquire if you are happy with CFKC's government.
29 falklandlad (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 10:29 am Report abuse
Sick stuff from CFK.
30 Pirate Love (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 10:46 am Report abuse
@28 peronist mafia rules over 40 million people and what should be one of the richest countries, incredible how she keeps getting away with constantly trying to fool her own people for her own means, what mugs!

Her unstable behaviour can only be put down to the closest men in her life who have stood by her, have chosen death as the more attractive option, rather than spend one more day in her company.
Breast fed “maximo” next, my guess poisoning? :)
31 Boovis (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 10:49 am Report abuse
@Bitty! Maximo want bitty!
32 Pete Bog (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 10:52 am Report abuse
”that are threatening to come to militarize and invade our Malvinas Islands”

If she really believes any intelligent person any where in the world believes that the British have invaded the Falklands about 180 times since 1982 she is absolutely potty.

The comedy and the let's-keep-my-head-buried-up-my-ass continues.
33 Musky (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 11:01 am Report abuse
@32 PB
Her speech appeals to the non-intelligent. Less brain cells than a Pot Noodle beyond its sell-by date. (Apologies to Pot Noodles everywhere).

Still it is a great win for the Spin Doctors, to loose all that money flying back hundreds of sailors from Ghana and to leave the Argentine coast undefended by Libertad for all those weeks.
34 GALlamosa (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 11:03 am Report abuse
Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah.

The woman is bonkers, her policy is misguided, her foreign affairs operatives are useless, she is losing ground inexorably on their false Falklands claim.

Give her a new mandate now........pleeeeeeease.
35 Optimus_Princeps (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 11:11 am Report abuse
Will she ever shut up? Taking the credit for what the courts did, then using it as a stage to start spouting more stupidities. Don't forget the hotdog sandwiches (the secret to getting her followers to show up to her annoying speeches).

I hope her plastic nose collapses and she suffocates in her sleep.
36 Britworker (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 11:11 am Report abuse
Surprised there are no argentine posts on here yet, this is surely a very proud moment for them, a sail boat snatched from the bailiffs, a crop sprayer, a living example of the dangers of plastic surgery, shock horror, there are British troops on the Falkland Islands and a world that isn't even slightly interested.
37 Pirate Love (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 11:12 am Report abuse
Not quite the Nationwide full unconditional argentine support that peronists would have you believe,

“ProRG_American” replied,
“Won't happen. Mar Del Plata is filled with tourists that just want to get away from it all. No protests.”, :))) Oh dear! check the link, it did happen.

Anti-Peronist PROTESTS at Libertad arrival!!!!
www.clarin.com/politica/Corridas-insultos-sectores-oficialistas-caceroleros_0_844715558.html&usg=ALkJrhglDQEzadK3goCmrAkxE3iVQL3OjA

@31 bitty! horrible thought :), but more disturbing whos breast feeding who? :))))
38 MrFlagpole (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 11:14 am Report abuse
I think i've just had an irony implosion.

The UK threatens to invade the Falklands. I though i'd seen it all.
39 Pirate Love (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 11:21 am Report abuse
Not quite the Nationwide full unconditional argentine support that peronists would have you believe,

“ProRG_American” replied,
“Won't happen. Mar Del Plata is filled with tourists that just want to get away from it all. No protests.”, :))) Oh dear! check the link, it did happen.

Anti-Peronist PROTESTS at Libertad arrival!!!!
www.clarin.com/politica/Corridas-insultos-sectores-oficialistas-caceroleros_0_844715558.html&usg=ALkJrhglDQEzadK3goCmrAkxE3iVQL3OjA

@31 bitty! horrible thought :), but more disturbing whos breast feeding who? :))))
40 surfer (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 11:22 am Report abuse
I think the reasons are:

Argentina inflation running at > 30%

7.12 pesos to the Dollar (historic high)

www.dolarblue.net/
41 Benson (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 11:29 am Report abuse
Even if this was the crazy fantasy land that CFK lives in where the Falklands did belong to Argentina you would have to be a moron to use the term invade. No matter who owns a place you can't invade it after you occupy it.
42 Pirate Love (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 11:40 am Report abuse
@41 confusion,delusion and paranoia, the side effects of habitual cocain abuse, chronic botox addiction coupled with general old age, never a good mix.
If she was a horse she would be put down!
43 reality check (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 11:41 am Report abuse
Who are the choir standing behind her?
44 Pirate Love (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 11:51 am Report abuse
@43 medic,psychologist,her drug dealer, getaway driver,hairdresser, and INDEC director/Gestapo leader
45 Rufus (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 11:56 am Report abuse
Could someone remind me who B company 2 Mercian are replacing in the role of “militarize and invade” (also known as create a deterrent)?

I've got a feeling it was from the Princess of Wales Royal Regiment, but they might have been the deterrent before last, as we militarize the Falklands on such a regular basis...
46 gustbury (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 12:06 pm Report abuse
I'm not Kirchnerist,but I support any external aggression and Brits “ARE” a external aggressors, not only against Argentina but also for our South American bloc! Brits are muddying the field.
47 Boovis (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 12:08 pm Report abuse
46: how is being defensive being aggressive? You really are a retard of the lowest order.
48 reality check (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 12:13 pm Report abuse
In an act of naked an unprovked aggression against the Republic of Argentina, the Government of the UK has announced that it will be sending a Company of soldiers to defend inhabitants of the Falkland Islands. The president of the Republic has called for an immediate meeting of the General Council of the United Nations. She will be postponing her scheduled tour of the UEA and Vietnam to attend in person. The President stated, “This naked imperialistic, colonial, unprovoked aggression must not be allowed to pass off unchallenged. The Republic of Argentina, acutely aware of it's position as a world, must act on behalf all mankind to underscore, that miitarisation in all it's ugly forms, must be challenged wherever it appears. She announced that the Pope will be leading the world in prayer, for the success of her endeavours on the behalf of world peace.”
49 GALlamosa (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 12:19 pm Report abuse
PS A visit to the UAE and Vietnam in......a Uk leased plane in case Tango 1 is Libertaded !!!!!!
50 malicious bloke (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 12:26 pm Report abuse
I think the only question we need answered now is:

“which african dictator is CFK the reincarnation of?”

I mean, Mugabe is still alive, so it can't really be him.

Idi Amin only died in 2003, this bint likely started her decline into megalomaniacal insanity long before then.

Likewise Laurent Kabila, he only died in 2001.

Personally I think the personality most likely to have taken control of her brain is Fransisco Nguema, late president-for-life of Equatorial Guinea. Equatorial Guinea was an ex-Spanish Colony (hmmm? I wonder who else used to be owned by spain?).

He had the usual post-colonial mindset of blind hatred for anything associated with “the west” or “europe” (which in this case involved modern medicine and electricity), and used this concept to essentially destroy the national infrastructure (sounds familiar eh?).

He had his own workers party, his own personal militia (La Campora, anyone?). He instituted total control of the press (Clarin?).

Under his regime, EG became known as “the Dachau of africa”. Quite a lot of SS men and concentration camp guards ended up in Argentina after the war, ironic eh?

So yeah, he died in 1979, I bet if you look at CFK's medical records you can see evidence of her mental state starting to deteriorate around this time...

:)
51 LEPRecon (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 12:26 pm Report abuse
@46 - gustbury

So what you are saying is that Argentina is absolutely terrified of 1,200 British Military personnel, who won't do anything unless Argentina is stupid enough to attack the Falklands?

My, my, what a terribles weak and feeble country Argentina must be to always be so afraid of someone who takes no notice of you 99% of the time, and 1% of the time reminds you that they are still there and not to try something stupid.

Pathetic, gustbury, you must be so proud come from a country full of cowards.

But then again, you don't actually speak for the Argentine people, do you? Just the Nazi elite, who can barely string a sentence together let alone think for themselves.

The majority of Argentines would, I think, not be afraid of the British troops on the Falklands, as they know they would not act aggressively towards Argentina.

The rest of South America are p!ssing themselves laughing at how weak and pathetic your president sounds.

Tell me, have Uruguay 'sighted' any more nuclear subs off their coast? That was a funny trick the Uruguayan government played on Argentina last year, wasn't it.

Tell your deluded President that they had spotted a British sub, then sit back with their feet up and some popcorn and watch the show as your president panics and starts screeching at the top of her voice.

Face it, your beloved President has made Argentina the butt of everyone else's joke. The rest of the world see Argentina as a joke run by a bunch of clowns.
52 Conqueror (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 12:28 pm Report abuse
I don't think CFK understands “military threats”. For instance “All 64 of our nuclear ICBMs are targeted on Argentina” is a military threat. In fact, only about 8 of our nuclear ICBMs are targeted on argieland and 4 of those are specific to the Casa Rosada and other places CFK is likely to be. (For anybody who thinks otherwise, not a single British nuclear ICBM is under any sort of control by the United States. Although we might tell them, later, that we've fired.) Another “military threat” might be “All British nuclear-powered submarines spend a minimum of 3 months off the coast of Argentina with all their Tomahawk cruise missiles targeted on suitable locations.” Given the “first wave” capability of 270 missiles, “suitable locations” can be interpreted as centres of cities, infrastructure, nuclear power stations and military targets. Yet another “military threat” might be “The Royal Air Force will undertake an ”exercise“ where aircraft armed with every form of live ordnance will overfly Argentine airspace in order to demonstrate the ease with which a third-rate country can be negated.” Another possibility is “RAF strike aircraft will complete an armed ”exercise“ showing the ease with which a dictator can be eliminated.” Other “exercises” might demonstrate how quickly the 1st Armoured Division can complete an amphibious landing. How quickly the RAF can wipe out an opposing third-rate air force. Another suitable “exercise” might be for demonstrating the effectiveness of Apache helicopter gunships or various methods of sinking a pitiful “navy”. These are “military threats”. Britain hasn't made any. It has simply said that it will defend its territory. If tens of thousands of argies die in the process of that defence, what is that to us? If argieland doesn't take any hostile action, it will be safe. On the other hand......
53 gustbury (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 12:33 pm Report abuse
Guys!!! cut with that of the islanders are British, they are not,to be British you must be born in Britain.perhaps the Welsh in Chubut are British?, no sir, are Argentine.So do not fuck with that most of you are British, Islanders are Argentine like me you like it or not!!! Greetings
54 LEPRecon (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 12:39 pm Report abuse
@53 - gustbury

The Falkland Islands have NEVER been Argentine, so it impossible for someone to be born there to be Argentine, unless they emigrate to Argentina. No the Islanders are NOT Argentine and never will be. They are Falkland Islanders AND British.

You don't have to be born in a place to have that nationality, but knowing the standard of education in Argentina, I doubt you know or can even understand that. Just like flying a pregnant woman out to the antarctic to give birth doesn't make the antarctic Argentine. In fact by your argument, that baby should be British, as the British claim predates Argentina's by more than 40 years. So the birthplace of that child should probably read “Queen Elizabeth Land”. :)))

By the way, gustbury, are you still scared that those nasty 150 British soldiers are going to invade and take over Argentina? Are you wetting yourself with fear.

Pathetic, just like your President.
55 Pirate Love (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 12:43 pm Report abuse
@46
question:
is The UK attacking or has stated it is attacking Argentina?
Answer: NO, yet you call the UK aggressors, please explain, as all The Uk has ever stated is that it will DEFEND the Falklands.

which leads me to the main question, if You call The UK aggressors for defending their people from any attack then what would a backward retard call argentinas blatant act of unprovoked war in 1982??

and how would you explain argentinas defence mincers outburst that if it wasnt for the UK armed forces stationed in The Falklands, Argentina would already have invaded The Falklands?, clearly colonizing against the islanders wishes, justifying every right to routinely station and rotate a defence force for the protection of the islands.

SELF-DETERMINATION, :)) The end game.....
56 yankeeboy (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 12:44 pm Report abuse
You've got to have some mental acuity ( or none at all) to be able to be poor, weak, cowardly and at the same time be thuggish, bullying and arrogant,

I don't know how the Rgs do it.

It is a weird combination of NPD and delusions of grandeur and how so many people in the same country have it is beyond comprehension.
57 gustbury (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 12:47 pm Report abuse
47@a person does not become delayed electronic engineer.
51@ I'm Malvinist NOT Kirchnerist,my cause is malvinas.
52@stop playing play station.idiot!!!
54@Last night I wet your sister!!!!!

MALVINAS ARGENTINAS,I SUGGEST TAKING SPANISH LESSONS SOON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
58 Rufus (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 12:48 pm Report abuse
@51 LEPRecon

I'm quite convinced that the most comedic thing that the Falkland Islanders could do would be to make a fleet of Dummy Subs (properly weighted oil drums fitted with a battery powered engine and a fake periscope (aka a broom handle) that they can set off in fleets, so that the Uruguayans can actually see dozens of “British Subs” to tell the Argentinians about...
59 GFace (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 12:54 pm Report abuse
@57 Yes yes, and the Sudetenland is German. Malvinist, Kirschnirist, whatever, fascism is fascism.
60 Pirate Love (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 12:55 pm Report abuse
@57
“MALVINAS ARGENTINAS,I SUGGEST TAKING SPANISH LESSONS SOON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!”, I totally agree, as its painfully clear that Falkland experise will be highly sort after in Argentina once they have gone tits up and economic and social structures have collapsed, and come crying to The Falkland government for help, im sure they will be more than happy to come over and help the backward needy, its neighbourly, great idea though gustbury have you anymore? or are you still having “sexy time” with your sister?
61 Foxtrot Indigo (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 12:56 pm Report abuse
@57
I don't need to know spainish but it would seem you felt you needed to learn English.....
62 gustbury (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 12:58 pm Report abuse
55@ OK!! IF THEY ARE YOUR PEOPLE ,WHY NOT YOU TAKE HIM FROM MY LAND? Greetings
63 Pirate Love (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 01:00 pm Report abuse
@62 simple, because its THEIR land not yours or mine, next question?
64 Conqueror (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 01:01 pm Report abuse
@53 Don't be stupid. Nobody is like you. How could anybody human be so clueless, corrupt, cowardly, crass, criminal, degenerate, deviant, duplicitous, larcenous, mendacious, queer, ridiculous, stupid, useless, xenophobic as you are? Do yourself and the world a favour. Commit suicide. Now! I wonder what the mental state of someone like yourself is. Feelings of inadequacy? Can't get a woman? Do the girls laugh? Can you not get it up? Isw your “other” name; Droopy? Or perhaps, given “gustbury”, do you fart a lot? What exactly ejected you from your “mother”? Air pressure?
65 gustbury (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 01:07 pm Report abuse
63@BLA BLA BLA you are an OKUPAS and everyone knows it, and both things irritate you!!!!!!!!!!!!
64@you do not exist!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
61@ I can say and write many words in English and German!! and you? asshole!!
66 Benson (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 01:07 pm Report abuse
@47 “how is being defensive being aggressive? You really are a retard of the lowest order.”
It's sort of like punching someone in the head and then taking them to court when you break your hand isn't it.

@Gustbury
Fantasie all you like mate the Falklands have never belonged to Argentina and never will. You wet his sister?
67 gustbury (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 01:13 pm Report abuse
66@ My sister is getting wet with Germans and Britons not powerless! Another question?
68 Anglotino (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 01:19 pm Report abuse
Did anyone notice in comment 57 this little gem?

“54@Last night I wet your sister!!!!!”

Now I'm all for cultural sensitivity, but what the hell does gustbury get up to when he isn't online here?

Golden showers anyone? I'm rethinking my holiday in Argentina.
69 yankeeboy (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 01:24 pm Report abuse
65. I can say and write many words in English and German!! and you?

To bad they aren't in the right order to make the sentence understandable.

One of the reasons I don't write in Spanish is because I would probably sound as stupid as these idiots.
70 Foxtrot Indigo (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 01:25 pm Report abuse
@65
I can speak and write in Japanese although I am not fluent BUT I speak English, why would I need to learn another language when everyone whose of any importance speaks English anyway?
71 Pirate Love (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 01:26 pm Report abuse
@65 “okupas” sounds like a greek island, whats that the next territory claim by argentina.

“Bla Bla Bla” you are starting to dribble! medication time!

you do realise you have to have a mental age of 18 or over on this website?
does your mother know you have skipped pre-school?

“I can say and write many words in English and German”, obviously you need another language, i guess that is what passes as superior intelligence in argentina to claim to have another language, dont think that will get you into MENSA maybe a job in a UK takeaway.

All this great Argentine overwhelming intelligence yet their country in such a shit state they have to try to bring in expertise as they dont have enough engineers as they are all in foreign takeaways earning peanuts learning swear words in english, yeah sounds like a typical argentine plan :)))))
72 ElaineB (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 01:32 pm Report abuse
Gosh, these Malvanistas are very excitable.

I wonder if they realise it makes them seem very childish?
73 gustbury (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 01:33 pm Report abuse
69@ you also do not exist, insect
74 Pirate Love (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 01:36 pm Report abuse
@73 is that you crustina?? you both have the same outlook on people with a opposition voice!
75 yankeeboy (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 01:36 pm Report abuse
73. you also do not exist, insect

See what I mean!
Hahahaha
retard
76 JuanGabriel (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 01:37 pm Report abuse
@67 hahaha I think google translate is failing you here.
77 Pirate Love (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 01:42 pm Report abuse
@75 be careful yankee you are messing with argentinas elite intelligence party, he will bombard you with incomprehensible random sentences in broken english and “wet his sister” multiple times,after which he will render your invisible, be warned!
78 GFace (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 01:43 pm Report abuse
Come now people, consenting adults and all that. If they have a safety word, all is cool.
79 yankeeboy (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 01:50 pm Report abuse
I think all the Rgs are getting seriously crazy right now. CFK wants them to get a 16-20% raise this year. They all know inflation was 30% last year and is going to be at LEAST 36% in 2013. So their buying power has shrink by almost 1/2 in just 2 years.

BCRA said the peso will be depreciated another 18-20% in 2013!!!

Psst, I bet it is more.

Remember 36% is a generalized/blended inflation rate, so the 160% their taxes went up, or the 50% that the gas went up or the 60% sugar that went up or or or or... all those ors could make someones individual inflation rate much much much higher than the 36% everyone is expecting.

Me thinks Crissy will be sneaking a 0 on the bills sometime very shortly.
80 GFace (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 01:52 pm Report abuse
@79 and we may also start seeing more bags of money (USD of course) innocently show up in higher official's offices.
81 andy65 (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 01:53 pm Report abuse
Always said it

ARGENTINA ALWAYS THE VICTIM

Crissy confirms it in another of her rants

@gustbury, Any normal person would be ashamed of a leader like yours she truly is a nutter.
82 Pirate Love (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 01:59 pm Report abuse
@52 the funny thing is all this shouting Crustina is doing over false UK military threat claims, it is highly ironic that the real threat to argentina at this momoent is actually crustina herself, maybe shes hoping all her latam buddies will jump to her defence with her non-existent UK attack threat,

remember the story “The boy who cried wolf”?
83 gustbury (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 02:03 pm Report abuse
81@ I repeat I'm Malvinist NOT kirchnerist,I don't care Cristina !! ok?
84 yankeeboy (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 02:05 pm Report abuse
83. I repeat I'm Malvinist

You are something that doesn't exist? Huh?
85 LEPRecon (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 02:42 pm Report abuse
@57 gustbury

You 'wet' my sister?????

That doesn't make any sense, but any of my sisters would easily beat you to a pulp with one hand tied behind their backs.

You see my sisters like men, real men, not little cry babies who p!ss themselves with fear everytime someone mentions the British Armed Forces.

Perhaps one day you will be a man, but it's very doubtful judging by the quality of your posts. Argentine women must be really depressed if your the best on offer. Maybe they'd want the British to invade Argentina, so they can see what real men actually are.
86 Britishbulldog (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 03:19 pm Report abuse
Will no one rid this world of this lunatic? anyone anywhere?
87 LEPRecon (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 03:31 pm Report abuse
@86 - Britishbulldog

Why get rid of her? She's done more to promote the Falkland Islanders claim to self-determination than anyone else has.

I mean after her lunatic actions, not sane person in the world would allow Argentina control of the islands. Not only that, but her easily disproved BLATANT lies, show the world the real truth about Argentine colonial ambitions.

Quite frankly she is a joke, and while she is in power the only people with anything to fear from her are Argentine citizens.
88 axel arg (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 03:32 pm Report abuse
If david cameron thinks that argentina might invade the islands again, which justifies the huge militarization of the south atlantic, it means that he doesn't interpret correctly the actual politic scenario from south america. If he thinks that c. f. k. will be so stupid to order a new invasion to the islands, he should know that he's underestimating c. f. k., because she's not galtieri, and she won't fall in any of the provocations that cameron's govt. commits every time it decides to send more toops, submarines, ships, etc etc. Beyond those cheap provocations, cameron should take into account that argentina will continue taking it's claim just in a peaceful way.
If c. f. k., and her husband ex president nestor kirchner thought that the solution to the conflict must be militar, they would use part of the huge economic growth, in order to militarize the country more and more, however, it didn't happen in absolut.
Respecting the debate about the right to self determination, it must be said that the u. n has never included the govt. from the islands as a third part, all the resolutions just asked arg. and the u. k. to resume the negotiations, to find a peaceful solution.
Anyway, beyond what the u. n. manifests, i have always thought that our govt. should include also the govt. from the islands in the proposal of dialogue that it asks the u. k.
In the case of the u. k. and the islanders, both have never accepted to discusss about the sovereignty, which is the main problem.
Both should realise once and for all that dicussing about the sovereignty, doesn't implicate in absolut a total cession of sovereignty to arg., however, it's not imposible to find a solution that respects the wishes of the islanders, and the rights of arg., like what c. f. k expessesed before the u. n., when she read a secret document from our chancery of 1974, which was being discussed between both govt.
Accepted or not, the three parts of the conflict aren't acting correctly.
89 LEPRecon (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 03:55 pm Report abuse
@88 - axel

Given Argentinas past record of NEVER sticking to an agreement, why should the British trust Argentina when you say you won't invade? Only last year your defence minister said that the ONLY thing stopping Argentina from invading the Falklands was the British Garrison stationed there.

I know that the Argentine government hopes that the British are as stupid and gullible as mindless thugs that support them, but we have a saying in Britain: “Once bitten, twice shy.”

We trusted Argentina not to invade our Islands once, and it cost nearly 1,000 people their lives, most of them were Argentinian.

When you say “Both should realise once and for all that dicussing about the sovereignty, doesn't implicate in absolut a total cession of sovereignty to arg., however, it's not imposible to find a solution that respects the wishes of the islanders, and the rights of arg.” you make some incorrect assumptions.

1. The Argentine constitution states that NOTHING LESS than TOTAL sovereignty over the Islands is acceptable to you.
2. The Islanders wish to remain British and free from Argentine interference, although they have OFFERED to talk to Argentina regarding cooperation in issues of mutual benefit. The Argentine government has REFUSED to talk to them.
3. Argentina has NO rights over the Falkland Islands. The Falkland Islands community dates to the 1820's, their descendants live on the Islands today. The Republic of Argentina didn't exist until 1853. Prior to this you were no a country, just a group of not-so-United Provinces, which eventually dis-united into Argentina and Uruguay.
4. The UN Charter states that all people have the right to determine their own future and allegiance. That trumps all the lies that Argentina has been telling yourselves and the world since 1965.
5. Argentina BROKE all UNGA resolutions by invading the Islands in 1982, meaning that the UK is under no obligation to speak to Argentina about anything, unless the Falkland Islanders wish us to.
90 GFace (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 03:57 pm Report abuse
@88 CFK's own people have said that the only reason they don't invade the Falkland is that this time there are a lot of people there who will shoot back.

As for the UN saying that the Islanders are not part of the formula for discussions, that's just yet another reason to dissolve C24 -- they have more delusions of being a Great White (or Great Blue) father than the so called colonialists they cite to keep their racket going. In any case, the UK has every right to come to the table, introduce the FIG then sit in the back row, open up their laptops and spend what will be a very short negotiation looking at pictures of cats saying silly things. (And they will be able to brag about being the most productive people in the room.)
91 Troy Tempest (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 04:03 pm Report abuse
@axel

You are discussing a NON-binding UN Resolution from 1965, based on their understanding if the situation at that time.

It is now 50 years later. Much has changed in that period of time.
Not least, your military invasion of the Falklands, occupation of those lands, subjugation and internment of the civilian population, and deportation (eviction) of those you considered politically outspoken, and therefore, 'undesirable'.

That certainly was contrary to the spirit of the UN Resolution. You disregarded it, entirely.

Since the British liberated the Falkland Island inhabitants and returned them to their homes, they have become a self-governing population of Falkland Islanders, a people with 200 years of history on those islands, exclusive of Argentine society or culture, except as it suits them.

Argentina is now waging a war of economics, propaganda, and politics, with the declared aim of taking the Fslklands, but still, disregarding the people who live there and have built their homes and community there for 200 years.

UK, has very clearly stated to CFK that the FI people, themselves have to power to negotiate freely with Argentina, and only them.

The Falklanders have invited Argentina to discuss the future of the Islands.
Negotiations have to start somewhere. Some kind of 'dialogue' as you put it, is required first, but CFK does not even answer them.

Foul ball, on your side of the net, Argentina.

Ho hum, but you know all this anyway - you're just posturing.
92 yankeeboy (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 04:12 pm Report abuse
Axel, Don't you have more to worry about than Falklands? Your Prez is trying to give you a raise equal to 1/2 of the inflation rate. HALF!!

Do you remember me telling you this would happen?

Your buying power is 1/2 of what it was 2 years ago against the U$.

I hope you never plan to leave your country those days are long gone and if you are in your 30s will probably never come again.

Why don't you focus your energy on getting someone elected that isn't going to rob you blind and ruin your country. Instead of fretting about something that will never ever happen.
93 Simon68 (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 04:15 pm Report abuse
89 LEPRecon (#)
Jan 10th, 2013 - 03:55 pm

I must beg to differ with your point #2 where you say: “The Argentine government has REFUSED to talk to them.”

I'm sorry to say that our so-called “government” hasn't REFUSED to talk to the FIG, it hasn't even deigned to ADMIT TO RECIEVING the letter offering to start talks!!!!!
94 GFace (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 04:24 pm Report abuse
@93, indeed, London listens and talks to Stanley. Buenos Aires just wants to stand on Stanley's neck, rename it, make them speak spanish and drive on the right side of the road. Remind me again, WHO is the colonialist again?
95 Monkeymagic (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 04:29 pm Report abuse
Axel arg

In order to “negotiate a peaceful solution”, Argentina has to offer something, because the UK and the islanders are perfectly happy with today's solution.

So, here is my opening gambit:

I want:

1) Argentina to immediately withdraw all claims to the Falkland Islands, south Georgia and the South Sandwich islands
2) I want the Argentine government to admit that the claims were made up in order to unite the populous against a common foe in times of economic strife.
3) I want the government of Argentina to immediately make it mandatory that all Argentine schoolchildren are taught both the true history of the Falklands, and the disgusting use of propoganda to indoctrinate them for generations.
4) I want the Argentine population to immediately withdraw from Patagonia and return it as a homeland for Ameriindians, fully funded by central Argentine Government.

As I understand it, you wish for:

1) all current Falkland Islanders to leave
2) the Islands to become a province of Argentina.

So, Let's negotiate...We will stay as we are shall we?
96 scottbart (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 04:48 pm Report abuse
This woman is not fit to serve office and is so damaging to Argentina! She is deranged! What on earth is she talking about? Malvinas do not exist and have never been part of Argentina, i have heard her in the past talk of “our beloved Malvinas” REALLY? Since no Argentine settlement took place how can they be “beloved”.
I doubt many Argentines would like to live of the windy, rainy, cold rock!
I do remember that Hilary Clinton ordered a physiatric report on her cos she tought she was mental, i couldnt agree more!
It seems to me she has taken the death of Nestor very badly by continuing on this rather embarrassing path and trying to fulfill his dream
I wish she would stop going on about a non-binding 1965 UN resolution, after all that is void considering Argentina didnt abide by resolutions to get out of the islands!
I am the only one who would love to phone her up and say “ Listen you stupid bitch, STFU, you dont own the Islands and never have”
Its a bit like my neighbour coming around and insisting that my car is infact his, these claims are absurd in the extreme!
97 reality check (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 04:59 pm Report abuse
Not only does the Malvinas not exist, but at the time they claim the Malvinas were usurped from Argentina, Argentina did not exist! it's been said a lot, but I'll say it again, you could not make this up!
98 Monkeymagic (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 05:15 pm Report abuse
If you want an example of blatant 19th century colonialism look no further than the conquest of the desert.

An illegal usurption of Amerindian Land by a colonial power, resulting in the removal of the indigenous (via genocide).

Puts the removal of a handful of rapists, mutnieering murders who had only been on the islands a few weeks into perspective.
99 ChrisR (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 05:23 pm Report abuse
I wonder if the charicature of TMBOA at the wheel of the 'flagship' pointing off into the void will become a medal?

Ibet they are already cutting the dies to foist on the world!
100 Ahab (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 05:48 pm Report abuse
@99 ChrisR

My bet is they will mint a new coin or put it on a banknote.

The way the economy is going, they are going to need some higher numbered currency soon, so it's the perfect excuse to print some more propaganda.
101 Simon68 (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 05:53 pm Report abuse
Perhaps we could change the name of our currency from Pesos to Whores, that way we could have Evita on the one Whore bill and Cristina on the two whore bill!!!!!
102 scottbart (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 06:03 pm Report abuse
@gustbury (#)
Can you please explain your claim to the Islands? I have done what checking I can and im being honest with you, i really dont understand why Argentina is claiming them. Im all ears, really.
103 reality check (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 06:05 pm Report abuse
Ten days into the new year and we have already had two occasions where she has been able to play the malvinas card. The so called anniversary of the 1833 seizure of their land and the Libertad returning home. When is the next opportunity I wonder? the prognosis on Chaves is not good, dare I say his state funeral.
104 Lou Spoo (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 06:08 pm Report abuse
@57 gustbury - “Last night I wet your sister!!!!!”

You mean you got your cock out and some woman laughed so much she cried.
105 scottbart (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 06:08 pm Report abuse
@ reality check (#)
God knows, but to be honest i think her constant and insane claims to islands is sending the rest of the world to sleep!
Fact is the rest of the world doesnt really give a shite, the islands are not really important on the world stage, and i dont think anyone swallows the colonial nonsense either! Coming form a former colony is laughable!
106 ChrisR (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 06:11 pm Report abuse
101 Simon68

I think Evita has to be first because she was a real whore.

Given TMBOA preponderance to fuck everything up she has to be an amateur!

Mind you, the mental picture of what that would mean she is up to is just too much!
107 Condorito (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 06:24 pm Report abuse
axel:
“huge militarization of the south atlantic”
Don't be so gullible.
There is much, much more military hardware over the Andes pointing at Argentina, yet CFK doesn't get all upset about it. Think about that.

The Falklands is just an easy, cheap button to press with the RG public, that is all...and the funny thing is, it works every time. She presses that button and gustbury pisses himself.
108 reality check (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 06:29 pm Report abuse
Imagine this if you can, the sailors of the Libertad have just collected their back pay and are off for a spot of well earned leave. As they walk through the gates of Mar del Plat, they are confronted by Christine, standing on a corner, “Bit of business love.”
109 Alexei (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 06:43 pm Report abuse
Is that vile woman medicated? If so that might explain the nonsense she spouts. If not, she really ought to be.
110 LEPRecon (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 06:44 pm Report abuse
@108 - reality check

Don't you think those sailors have suffered enough? ;)
111 reality check (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 06:51 pm Report abuse
Sorry Lep.

Condorito.
Be fare now, after all, those 150 infantrymen are armed with Nuclear Rifles!
112 Britishbulldog (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 06:58 pm Report abuse
On behalf of the British Government I would like to open talks with Argentina about the future of the Falklands.

Right Christine I here you want to talk about the Falklands and to see if we can come to some arrangement.

Your so kind Mr Britishbulldog your the first person to talk to me about it.

No worry's me old darling now lets get down to business. what have you in mind?

How about if I offer you a nice wad of money thats what we usually do in my Capital?

What your trying to bribe me with wads of money.

Yes whats wrong with that?

Well nothing really but you don't have any.

Well whats that got to do with it? I can always owe you the money cant I?

Owe me the money owe me the money I will never get it I will have to impound one of your tiny ships to try and get it?

I know but thats how we do business down here, I bribe you and you give me what I want.

Sheeesh.

So Mr Britishbulldog do we have a deal.

No “fuck of woman” I only came to see if it was true.

Whats true?

To see for myself If you had all that plastic surgery they said you have had.

Hijo de puta, hijo de puta cabrón gilipollas pirata Inglés de un inglés, voy a tener los cojones voy a matar a todos, tu esposa, tus hijos, tus nietos, tu madre, tu padre, tu madre, esposas, esposas de su padre, su perro , su gato, su budgi, sus sus flores en el jardín, la persona que vive al lado de usted, su esposa, sus hijos, su budgi. VOY A MATAR A TODOS bastardo.

Er was it something I said Christine? why all the hostility all of a sudden. All I said was that I only came to see if it was true about your surgery cant we all be friends?

Te odio Britishbulldog. Te odio con una pasión, odio a todo el mundo

Dear me Christine, it will be a good day when you don't have to go through that time of month that all you women have.

bastardo te habré asesinado a tiros

OK I know when I have outstayed my welcome don't ever come back and say we British did not want to talk about the Falklands.

.
113 Conqueror (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 07:05 pm Report abuse
@53 Strangely, one can be a British citizen, wherever you are born, if your parents are British citizens. Equally, one can be a British overseas citizen, wherever you are born, if your parents are British overseas citizens. See how little you know.
@57 What's a “Malvinist”? Is it like being a believer in Oz? Don't have a “playstation”. Is that some sort of console game for morons?
@65 Then why did you answer? Moron!
@67 Couldn't get that from an argie, could she?
@83 You don't exist, slug. Now ooze away!
@88 You don't get any brighter, do you? Argieland hasn't had any “economic growth” since the Kirchners bought their way in. It's why you have so many debts. The government of the Islands can't be “officially” included. They are not UN members. Yet. There will be NO discussions and NO negotiations on sovereignty until the Islanders wish it. Based on the available evidence, it isn't worth you raising the matter again until the year 3000. How can we put this? Argieland should shut up and fuck off. It's wasting its time! As are you.
@95 Not enough. Under “wants” you should have listed
5) A minimum £1 million payment to every Falkland Islander who was on the Falklands in 1982;
6) A minimum £1 million payment to every Islander that has been on the Islands during current “sanctions”;
7) A £2 million payment to the relatives of every Islander that has died between April 1982 and the current date;
8) Full reparations to the British government for the invasion, the occupation, the war and minefield clearance, estimated at £20 billion plus.
@101 Aww, Simon, never mind. Do you live where there are no malvinistas? Are they a dying breed? Do you wish they were? Would you like to help them to be? Have you thought of becoming a “caped crusader”? After all, if CFK can be a pirate whore, why shouldn't you be what you want?
114 Steve-33-uk (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 07:16 pm Report abuse
'Cristina Kirchner hits out at those who want to 'invade' Falklands'
www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/southamerica/falklandislands/9792338/Cristina-Kirchner-hits-out-at-those-who-want-to-invade-Falklands.html
Amusing video on this one too...

'The company that leased the plane to London route covers Cristina - Falklands'
www.clarin.com/politica/alquilo-Cristina-cubre-Londres-Malvinas_0_844715579.html

'Amid the diplomatic crisis, football Falkland Islands survives'
espn.estadao.com.br/post/302634_em-meio-a-crise-diplomatica-futebol-nas-ilhas-malvinas-sobrevive
115 scottbart (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 07:29 pm Report abuse
@113
“Argieland should shut up and fuck off” it is as simple as that isnt it!, fuck off Argentina!
116 jeffski (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 07:59 pm Report abuse
Rather interesting article.

www.miamiherald.com/2013/01/09/3174970/argentinas-leader-populist-but.html
117 ElaineB (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 08:38 pm Report abuse
@90 “ open up their laptops and spend what will be a very short negotiation looking at pictures of cats saying silly things.”

They will be looking at www.catsthatlooklikehitler.com , it always makes me smile.
118 GFace (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 09:05 pm Report abuse
@117, Cameron could really get passive aggressive on the Argentine AND FIG delegations and listen to Parry Gripp videos on Youtube with the audio on just low enough for everyone in the room to barely hear it, just to rub it in.
119 Tim (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 09:20 pm Report abuse
I saw her speaking last night on TV!!! She even said that she wasn't a liar!!! A real whopper!!!! No air force for aerobatics so three little acrobatic planes painted in the Argentine colours did a spot of not very accurate aerobatics. No chance in hell of another go at the islands, no armed forces!!! Quite pathetic and all her goons clapping.
120 Frank (#) Jan 10th, 2013 - 09:48 pm Report abuse
@119 Er Tim, that was the airforce. Those are the new ones that the clown minister unveiled a while back.
I think it was when he said that if it wasn't for the British military in the Falklands they would already have invaded them.
121 briton (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 12:40 am Report abuse
120 replies,
yet the only thing required to know is,
the falklands are british,

still,
she can always stop talking, and try again..
122 kelperabout (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 01:35 am Report abuse
The Irony is that there would be no need for such a large defence force on the Islands if it were not for the continued threats coming out of Argentina.

Better we keep the forces numbers higher when such threats are made then be caught napping As was the case in 1982.

This time the Islanders are not going to be so easily wooed by their neighbour and no longer trust them because of the events of the past.
Argentina has only one outcome it wants in any type of talks with Britain and that is complete sovereignty nothing less will do. However there is a third party in this issue that the Argentines also do not recognise and that is the Islanders, The very people that live there. People who settled these Islands through pioneering activities not as the Argentine people done by murdering their way into someone else’s homeland.
Why even today we here of indigenous people being murdered in Argentina so what has changed that would make any Falkland islander want to suck up to them.

Argentina has nothing to offer us but hardship which they already bestow upon their own people. We are doing very well for ourselves thank you very much and while once we openly offered our hand of friendship this will not be so readily available to the Argentine powers so long as they refuse to recognise us as a people with humane rights to determine their own future.
123 toooldtodieyoung (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 07:21 am Report abuse
118 GFace

LOL!!! I keep getting a mental image of the FIG at the negotiation table, telling KFC / TMBOA et al to stick it, while William Hague is at the back of the room showing Laughing Boy Timerman “The Hamster Dance”!!!
124 Steve-33-uk (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 08:33 am Report abuse
'Helmand veterans dispatched to defend Falklands'
www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/southamerica/falklandislands/9794967/Helmand-veterans-dispatched-to-defend-Falklands.html
125 agent999 (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 11:17 am Report abuse
Chapman Freeborn, the British company that President Cristina Kirchner rented the plane for the trip that began yesterday for Cuba and Asia, has contracts with Desire Petroleum, Falkland Oil & Gas and Oil Spill Response involved in the search for oil in Malvinas.

www.clarin.com/politica/empresa-alquilo-Cristina-contratos-Malvinas_0_845315515.html
126 LEPRecon (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 12:25 pm Report abuse
@124 - Steve

I wonder how TMBOA will respond to that! LOL

What the Daily Telegraph fails to mention (in their attempt to wind up the Argentine government even more) is that about 90% of the British Armed Forces are now 'Helmand' veterans.

So all future deployments for the next 10 years or so, will have mucho Helmand veterans deployed.

Should be interesting. :)
127 Usurping Pirate (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 12:33 pm Report abuse
She is effectively breaking her own laws in doing so , and it will cost her a great deal of the little credibility she has left .
She'll be asking Britain for asylum next ......
128 LEPRecon (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 12:39 pm Report abuse
@125 - agent999

I wonder if she'll get impeached for breaking the laws that she herself put in place?
129 agent999 (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 12:50 pm Report abuse
infoleg.gov.ar/infolegInternet/anexos/180000-184999/181076/norma.htm

The federal government, the provincial and municipal governments may not contract with individuals or corporations, domestic or foreign, its subsidiaries or shareholders who directly or indirectly develop oil and gas activities on the Continental Shelf Argentina without obtaining clearances for exploration and exploitation of hydrocarbons emitted from competent authority Argentina.
130 Gustbury (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 12:59 pm Report abuse
HI guys!!!!!!! wetting the sister was just a joke, don't get angry!!you after all I like them!!really
131 andy65 (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 01:05 pm Report abuse
@Gustbury You need to go WET your old botox Queen Crissy Kirchner she looks like a dried old prune
132 Gustbury (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 01:23 pm Report abuse
hahahahah may be,but what about your queen!?? :)
133 M's Bulldog (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 02:12 pm Report abuse
@132
Gustbury, I have seen you. You look like the retarted son of Satan.
The queen would cut your head off with her Knighting sword, and leave your severed head for the buzzards, on a spike outside Buckingham Palace.

Now run along and re-educate yourself on the history of the Falklands. They are in the BA archives.
Happy reading.
134 Tim (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 02:22 pm Report abuse
125 agent999 (#) Thanks for this, hadn't seen it. So the stupid BITCH is winging her way to Asia on a British Jet with ties to Falklands oil!!! It just boggles the mind how two faced she is!!! Worst is I hear her ever time she takes off or lands at the presidential residence, as she flies over my house, and oh!!! how I wish for a Stinger in my grimmy claws!!!
135 GFace (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 02:46 pm Report abuse
@134. No no no, you have no imagination. She should be flying coach (middle seat) next to some poor shmo (aisle) who just got jilted on Facebook... who just really needs to talk about it... for the whole flight... with a little old lady (window) who keeps needing help with her overhead carryon.... and her pills.
136 LEPRecon (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 03:44 pm Report abuse
@135 - GFace

CFK is THAT little old lady! Here overhead carryon is the supply of botox she requires, and her pills (which she never takes) are for her mental illness. ;)

@130 - Gustbury

Oh we're not upset. Your post didn't make any sense in English (perhaps something was lost in translation). We just like pointing out that when you resort to insults you have already lost the discussion, and if you give insults you have to expect them back, no need for you to get upset.

We have a saying; if you can't stand the heat stay out of the kitchen.

This means, if you don't like being insulted then don't insult others.

By the way, are you still scared of the 150 British troops who are arriving on the Islands on a routine deployment, to replace another 150 troops who are returning to the UK after completing THEIR routine deployment?

I mean if we are removing 150 troops, doesn't that mean we're 'demilitarising' the South Atlantic?

I do feel sorry for you...no wait...no I don't! People like you are what's wrong with Argentina, and why; despite having loads of natural resources; you will remain a poor, third rate country.

Argentina has SERIOUS problems, and it requires SERIOUS people to solve them.

Both you, your government and your beloved CFK fail on all counts, more interested in diverting people's attention away from the problems facing Argentina than actually DEALING with them and doing SOMETHING to solve them.

Even if Argentina magically got the Falklands tomorrow all your problems would still be there, and your government would suddenly start trouble with: Paraguay, Uruguay, Brazil or Chile: over some mythical land dispute where you are the 'victims' of an evil plot by your 'backstabbing' South American 'brothers'.

But still your government wouldn't face the problems.

The Falklands aren't going anywhere; however, Argentina is going...going down the toilet at rapid rate, and CFK has her hand on the flush, and is tugging relentlessly.
137 Raul (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 05:24 pm Report abuse
“People need more work and less wars”

Read the following link:

www.pagina12.com.ar/diario/elpais/1-211350-2013-01-07.html

The National Government repudiated the “militaristic threats” made ​​by the Prime Minister of Britain, David Cameron, who said he was “ready to fight” to maintain colonial rule over the Falkland Islands. The Foreign Ministry issued a statement calling on the Prime Minister to “stop using legitimate and peaceful demands” made ​​by Argentina in international forums “to continue supporting the arms industry, rather than alleviate crisis experiencing social Europe ”.

The response of the Palacio San Martín Britain insists that meets demand “the obligation to accept the resolutions of the United Nations to resolve the matter peacefully Falklands”.

“The aggressiveness of the words of British Prime Minister confirm the complaint filed by the Republic of Argentina to the United Nations about the militarization of the South Atlantic and the possible presence of nuclear weapons introduced by the colonial power,” said Foreign Ministry.

During an interview with the BBC, Cameron said it was “absolutely essential to have jets and troops stationed in the islands,” and stressed that his country “is one of five defense budgets in the world.”

Therefore, the portfolio of Minister Héctor Timerman order British Prime Minister “not use legitimate and peaceful demands” that Argentina was “against the usurpation of part of our territory and against colonialism as an excuse to continue to support the industry of weapons instead of alleviating social crisis currently affecting Europe. ”

contact:

face1354@hotmail.com
138 LEPRecon (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 05:34 pm Report abuse
@137 - Raul

God you're getting boring now. Same old posts.

Yawn.
139 agent999 (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 05:34 pm Report abuse
@raul
another pathetic link.
nothing belonging to Argentina has been usurped.
there have been no threats made against Argentina.
Argentina has a greater social crisis than Europe.
140 Simon68 (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 05:48 pm Report abuse
137 Raul (#)
Jan 11th, 2013 - 05:24 pm

“...David Cameron, who said he was “ready to fight” to maintain colonial rule over the Falkland Islands...”

You are a liar, Raúl, David Cameron did not say anything about “colonial rule”, niether in the BBC interview nor in the article you linked in Página/12!!!!!!!!
141 Conqueror (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 07:04 pm Report abuse
@137 Do you understand the term “inaccuracies”? This comment, in relation to yours, is full of “inaccuracies”.

For example, Britain is ready to kill every argie that thinks the sovereignty of the Falkland Islands can be changed by a third-rate, third-world nonentity. Not what you said.

When any latino cesspit can demonstrate Britain's legitimate obligations under non-binding UNGA resolutions, let us know.

As neither Latin America nor South America “owns” the international waters of the South Atlantic, you might want to consider how British vessels sailing in international waters could be criticised. Not that we care.

Given that argieland is a demonstrably belligerent, larcenous, mendacious, war-mongering slime-pit of war criminals, defence is essential.

There is only one individual that “orders” a British Prime Minister. The British Sovereign. A brainless arse-licker from a third-rate, third-world cess-pit isn't even close. Argie faggots,often with names like Raul, may aspire to the level of shit-swallowers. But it is more likely that they will provide suitable facilities for ball-stomping, hanging targets for darts matches, cleaver practice, experience with junior hackshaws and provision of replacement (smaller) billiard balls, nut-cracking practice and where to shove suitable (sharpened) parts of iron railings. Are you a Hitler bend-over boy? Or will anyone do? Not me of course. But how do you feel about a fishing rod? Or the real excitement of the barrel of a double-barrelled shotgun as the triggers are pulled? Bet you'd love it. Not only would you get REAL penetration, but you'd get your cock blasted off as well! What more could you ask?
142 Pirat-Hunter (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 07:13 pm Report abuse
The brits can all go be brits in UKistan, Islas malvinas Argentina territorial integrity is not negotiable, fakland holdings can go and be British in UK, nobody will even care if this British firm go up in smokes, we have enough corporates in Argentina trying to chip away at Argentina's soverignity the royal fakland holding isn't an exception, I invite all Argentine to visit the UK embassy and occupy it until all the Brits go back home, pari passu for all or justice for none...
www.abc.net.au/environment/articles/2011/12/13/3389001.htm
axisoflogic.com/artman/publish/Article_64333.shtml
143 slattzzz (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 07:21 pm Report abuse
@137 raul don't talk shite did you see the interview or are you listening to Timmerman's half cocked quotes, he said we would fight to defend the islands quote “Asked whether Britain would fight to keep the islands, he replied: ”Of course we would, and we have strong defences in place on the Falkland Islands, that is absolutely key, that we have fast jets stationed there, we have troops stationed on the Falklands. “I get regular reports on this entire issue because I want to know that our defences are strong, our resolve is extremely strong.” unquote no mention of colonial rule or any other shite that you and timmerman are inventing, you have made a fool of yourself by believing what your goverment tell you instead just youtube the interview and hear his actual words (simples) save my computer keyboard some beating and yourself looking a lazy dickhead.
PS ask yourself why we have strong defences on the Falklands (there are no Malvinas)..........I'll fookin tell you 1982 !!!!!!!!!!!!!
144 andy65 (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 07:33 pm Report abuse
@GustburySimple you idiot The Queen of The United Kingdom and 17 other countrys does not go around opening her mouth and talking shit like your botox Queen SS Hitler Cristina she probably talked her x husband to death NAZI NESTOR so she could keep all the money he stole from Argentina
145 slattzzz (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 07:39 pm Report abuse
@142 PH (axel ) why don't you and Pro arg (sussie) and guzz grab Raul and go visit the UK embassy in BA and occupy it........................oh thats right you cant because none of you fookin live there you dick. You have no corporates in rgenweener because they have all fooked of in fear of being robbed blind, a bit like CFK and her brown shirts are robbing the people blind, not that it effects you as YOU DON'T FOOKIN LIVE THER !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
146 agent999 (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 07:41 pm Report abuse
@14
Are you so thick that you have not noticed that your posts are pointless and are treated as a joke
147 Malvinense 1833 (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 07:55 pm Report abuse
Response to the lies of Pascoe and Pepper. I hope someone can translate it into English.
Do not fool the people of the islands. One day the islands will be integrated back to Argentina.
It will be the largest British community in the country.
Our destinies are linked.
Sorry Pascoe and Pepper.

Malvinas, verdad histórica:
por

Carlos F. Brescacin

www.malvinense.com.ar/smalvi/2013/Malvinas_verdad_historica.pdf
148 GFace (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 07:59 pm Report abuse
@136, Oh LEPR... While I regret turning this into an annex of Flyertalk.com, I can sadly testify that while I have flown next to people who simultaneously thought they were the president and first lady of Argentina, Pill Lady is not CFK not even CFK can hold a passive aggressive candle to her (and neither can “I lost my job and my boyfriend and going back to europe in tatters, I'd be nice if I had someone to watch Sex in the City 2 on the passenger tv with me....” no really she really asked, that is why they make Ambien and hand out scotch on planes). But do try to take comfort in being wrong with the mental image of CFK desperately walking up and down the aisle with her boarding pass telling people in aisle rows, “excuse me that's my husband you're siting next to, can we swap, please?”, “excuse me that's my child you're sitting next to, can we swap, please?”, “excuse me....” This is after being kicked out of first class asking to trade even further down and being told by Pam Ann to go back to coach -- where she belongs.
149 Steve-33-uk (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 08:06 pm Report abuse
'RIVERO GAUCHO VOID - Government allowed British ships mooring'
www.ushuaianoticias.com/noticias/leer/11640-gobierno-permitio-amarre-de-buques-ingleses.html

'Falklands Redux: Is President Kirchner South America's Biggest Troll?'
www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2013/01/falklands-redux-is-president-kirchner-south-americas-biggest-troll/267067/

'Argentina: Hedge funds to blame for woes'
www.upi.com/Top_News/Special/2013/01/11/Argentina-Hedge-funds-to-blame-for-woes/UPI-98601357912952/

'The company that leased the plane to the President has contracts in Falklands'
www.lanacion.com.ar/1544803-la-empresa-que-le-alquilo-el-avion-a-la-presidenta-tiene-contratos-en-malvinas
150 andy65 (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 08:07 pm Report abuse
@Malvinense 1833 Surely you can see we are all adults here to be showing us links to Argentine fairy stories.
Perhaps you might tell us all why your beloved leader The Botox Queen SS Hitler Kirchner had a public argument with a Argentine actor on HER Facebook Page recently when he dared to ask her why she had gained so many millions of dollors since becoming president and perhaps you could shine a light on Kirchners Sudden Wealth????
151 slattzzz (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 08:08 pm Report abuse
@147 not in our, our sons, or our sons grandsons lifetime pal. ie a fookin long time
152 puerto argentino (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 08:22 pm Report abuse
29@
Cameron's Sick stuff from Pirates!!!! you do not forget it!!
153 Brit Bob (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 08:27 pm Report abuse
Pretty poor example of leadership and vision being showed by a sad excuse of a President. More of another distraction show as the country sails into oblivion.
154 Anglotino (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 08:30 pm Report abuse
Seems Pirat-Hunter is at it again (comment 142)

So kooky it's almost endearing.

So I loved his two links. The first one was for my country:
www.abc.net.au/environment/articles/2011/12/13/3389001.htm

This article shows how a competent country with little corruption, independent judiciary, stable institutions and a boring government operates. I'll also throw in wealthy with high growth and low inflation.

No heroic speeches by Gillard. Just getting the job done.

It is everything that Argentina could also be without people like CFK ruining it.

Funnily enough, Australia's management of its waters is similar to Falkland's management. I hope they too start burning and sinking any illegal boats from their neighbouring country.

As for the second article, I highly recommend it. axisoflogic.com/artman/publish/Article_64333.shtml

The gist of the article is:
* Argentina is weak and keeps complaining but no one listens
* Britain is very strong both militarily and economically and can afford to ignore Argentina
* Argentina is effectively broke and can't upgrade its military though it relies on importing arms from Britain
*Britain is so rich it can afford to keep upgrading its military and is unassailable by any regional powers in this area.

Now I'm not sure why Pirat-Hunter keeps posting this link considering how devastating it is regarding Argentina's military weakness.

It also accuses Argentina of not taking the case to the ICJ. Which is the same thing asked by many Falkland Islanders and Britons on here.

But the best quote was this:
“Argentina’s claim to sovereignty has yet to be formally recognised”

I'm laughing so hard be sure Pirat-Hinter is continually pasting an article that admits Argentina doesn't have sovereignty over the islands.

Oh and the best part? Pirat-Hunter can't reply to this post or even comment on what I have written because he doesn't talk or reply to homosexuals. Can't have him reading the rantings of a gay man now can we.
155 slattzzz (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 08:39 pm Report abuse
@154 well said that man, and of course he doesn't actually live in argentina, he lives in Canada which sums up his arguement really. Ms Gillard was born in Britain wasn't she which will probably get his goat up even more, hope your safe from the fires buddy
156 andy65 (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 08:41 pm Report abuse
@Anglotino (#) LOL I wouldn't lose much sleep over that pig Pirat-Hunter who forgets he decends from Spanish pirats -tosser
157 slattzzz (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 08:43 pm Report abuse
@156 and lives in Canada
158 andy65 (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 08:46 pm Report abuse
LOL I wonder if Pirat-Hunter knows Queen Elizabeth is Queen of Canada
159 slattzzz (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 09:16 pm Report abuse
I don't think he knows his arse from his elbow, but apparently he know about a nuclear defence programme built for rgenweener by rgs, and a total missle defence..................r sole
160 Anglotino (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 09:19 pm Report abuse
Guys. Thanks. And yes I know all this.

But it's so much fun!!!! And he can't reply to me..... LMAO..... ever because I'm a poof.

Thanks slatzzzz. I'm in the middle of Melbourne but still it is dominating our news and thoughts. Our federal opposition leader (also born in UK) is also a volunteer firie and our pollies really pull together. No heroic posters or rambling ranting speeches. Which is why Argentina was once similar to us but is no longer.
161 andy65 (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 09:20 pm Report abuse
@slattzzz (#) He obviously knows alot more than we do then I suppose living in a great democrecy like Canada as made him wiser.........................NOT
162 Pirat-Hunter (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 09:57 pm Report abuse
This is what the violation of territorial integrity does to all people around the world, here is a link to the future of Islas malvinas Argentina and the continued struggle of the slave class. Slaves who name themselves after a british firm are neither a corporation nor people. Go home and end the illegal occupation of Islas Malvinas Argentina.
rendezvous.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/01/08/flag-protest-reignites-northern-ireland-strife/
163 reality check (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 10:04 pm Report abuse
You even read the link?
164 andy65 (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 10:31 pm Report abuse
@Pirat-Hunter You are so unbelievably stupid the flag protesters are loyalist pro British
165 Malvinero1 (#) Jan 11th, 2013 - 11:37 pm Report abuse
#9,I do not know about that,but for sure the british soldiers shited in here:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eo0BNYGgEV4
HAhahahah poor deluded ex empire so alone,so bankrupt so hopeless...
166 andy65 (#) Jan 12th, 2013 - 12:52 am Report abuse
@Malvinero1 (#) It's quite obvious when you make your wild comments you are clearly talking about a homeland you do not or can not live in for what ever reason, you have a leader who almost single handly (with the help of her dead husband Nazi Nestor) sent Argentina into a downward spiral financially and politcally ,a counrty in dispute with more organisations than any other country in the world a country that as to be warned by organisations for submitting false and inacurate accounting, a country that as to think twice of moving it's state assets beyond it's borders for fear of being im pounded by bailiffs for none payment of debts,a country who's surely soon to be diagnosed mental president instructs her country to avoid doing business with British companys yet then goes and hires a luxury British jet to fly her around the word.
When you use the word DELUDED then please associate it rightly to the person and country it truly belongs to Cristina Kirchner and Argentina two far more worthy candidates.
167 commonsparrow (#) Jan 12th, 2013 - 02:23 am Report abuse
RED HERRING ALERT!!!! Everytime she gets hell bent on the Falklands we must alert that its a RED HERRING!!!!!!!!
Investors = vultures. ok......., whatever.........
168 Malvinense 1833 (#) Jan 12th, 2013 - 02:40 am Report abuse
@143 Quite simply, 1982 is a result of the seeds left by Onslow in 1833.
All today's discussion begins January 3, 1833.
They need a military base because they can not discuss the legitimate sovereign rights of the Republic of Argentina.
169 Terence Hill (#) Jan 12th, 2013 - 04:09 am Report abuse
168 Malvinense 1833

It would be a very short discussion because Argentina has no legitimate sovereign rights.
170 Joe Bloggs (#) Jan 12th, 2013 - 08:18 am Report abuse
168

Oh, so I get it. The argentine Government were just trying to discuss their legitimate sovereign rights in April 1982 when they landed 1000s of armed troops on the islands.

Posts like yours and the news of multiple cruise-line withdrawals from Argentina are helping me with my otherwise poor sense of humour.

Chuckle chuckle
171 LEPRecon (#) Jan 12th, 2013 - 09:14 am Report abuse
@168 - Malvi

No the Argentine invasion in 1982 was a direct result of the fact that your government had fecked up the economy and were desperately trying to divert the attention of the Argentine public.

You can't have a 'direct' result after more than 100 years. You just make yourself look foolish, just like all your erroneous claims of sovereignty.

Answer this then. In 1850 the Argentine government didn't believe that the Falklands belonged to them.

In fact, Argentina didn't start trying to claim sovereignty of the islands until 1941. That is a gap of 91 years. Sovereignty claims lapse if they are not constantly mentioned, and they certainly do if it is not mentioned AT ALL within 50 years.

So Argentina allowed the sovereignty claim to lapse (such as it was).

Face it in the 21st century only the UN Charter matters. It clearly states that all people have the right to determine their own future.

Argentina may refuse to acknowledge that the Falklanders are people with the same rights as the other 7 billion people on the planet, but the rest of the world doesn't share your views.

Every year that goes by strengthens the Falklanders claim and rights - after all they and their ancestors have lived on the Islands longer than the Republic of Argentina has existed (big mistake there isn't it? No wonder your government won't go to the ICJ, because that's your 1st stumbling block). Argentina's rhetoric is getting old, and every country, and I mean every country, can see your government and their every increasingly bizarre claims, for what they are.

Pathetic. Desperate. Weak.
172 Malvinero1 (#) Jan 12th, 2013 - 09:28 am Report abuse
@168 - Malvi

No the Argentine invasion in 1982 was a direct result of the fact that your government had fecked up the economy and were desperately trying to divert the attention of the Argentine public
Anyway who cares nazi tatcher did the same thing.An economy horrible then and worse now.The reality uk is FINISHED.....Bye bye pirates,time to pay now...uk will be destroyed,no question about it Who cares of a killer nation...uk is FINISHED!
173 Steve-33-uk (#) Jan 12th, 2013 - 09:34 am Report abuse
'30 years after war, Britain battles Argentina over cruise ships at Falklands'
businessmirror.com.ph/index.php/features/global-eye/7561-30-years-after-war-britain-battles-argentina-over-cruise-ships-at-falklands
174 M's Bulldog (#) Jan 12th, 2013 - 10:04 am Report abuse
@172 Malvinvero
I think you need to check the state of your country if you want to see who is finished. Moreover it is YOUR country, who is the “killer nation”. Just check how many indigenous natives your colonial fathers managed to eradicate.

Argentina will indeed be destroyed, no doubt about it, if it try's to pick another fight with the UK. Who cares of a killer nation....Argentina is FINISHED!
175 Monkeymagic (#) Jan 12th, 2013 - 10:14 am Report abuse
Malvinero

I agree with you, ALL land in South America that was usurped by colonialists since January 1833 should be returned to the rightful owners I.e. the indigenous people.

This would not include the Falkland Islands, as there is no indigenous people, no civilians were expelled, blah blah for the 100th time.

however, it would ABSOLUTELY include Patagonia, where a colonialist power (Argentina) used military agression, murdering an indigenous population to expand their territory.

So, when Argentina returns its borders to those of January 3rd 1833, perhaps we might chat about Onslow...and you'd still be wrong.

but at least you'd be wrong and not a huge hypocrit.
176 reality check (#) Jan 12th, 2013 - 10:19 am Report abuse
@172 Falklands1

Who do you think you are kidding Mrs Kirchner?
If you think we're on the run,
We are the boys who will stop your little game.
We are the boys who will make you think again.
'Cus who do you think you are kidding Mrs Kirchner?
If you think old England's done?

Mr. Brown goes off to town
On the 8:21.
But he comes home each evening
And he's ready with his gun.

So watch out Mrs. Kirchner
You have met your match in us.
If you think you can push us
We're afraid you've missed the bus.

so who do you think you are kidding Mrs Kirchner?
If you think old England's done.

They are doomed I tell you. doomed!

Don't tell him your name, Pike!

Ach so Pike, your name vill also go down in the book.

Keep it up Falklands1, we all enjoy a good laugh!
177 Anglotino (#) Jan 12th, 2013 - 10:36 am Report abuse
Dad's Army. What a classic!
178 Joe Bloggs (#) Jan 12th, 2013 - 10:38 am Report abuse
176

Don't panic! Don't panic!

LOL!
179 ChrisR (#) Jan 12th, 2013 - 11:04 am Report abuse
176 reality check

I bet TMBOA wished she looked like Helga (Kim Hartman)!

I still come over a bit funny when I think of the fish-net stockings and suspender belt!

The Germans were always beaten because they were portrayed as stupid and arrogant, just like TMBOA herself.
180 LEPRecon (#) Jan 12th, 2013 - 11:14 am Report abuse
@172 - Malvi

Yup.

Pathetic. Desperate. Weak.

It must be so frustrating to know that is how the rest of the world views Argentina.

Soon, even the Falklands 'Myth' won't save your inept government and even more inept President.

A weak President, who spends all her time attacking anyone who doesn't agree with her. Latest is the Argentina actor who had the temerity to ask CFK just when hand how she had amassed her millions of US DOLLARS!!!

If you weren't so ignorant, that is the question YOU and EVERY other Argentine citizen should be asking.

“Hey, Cristina. Just WHERE did you get all that money?”

She won't answer though. Why? Because she got that money by stealing it from the people of Argentina.

And people like you are so ignorant and stupid, as to be taken in by her use of the Falklands 'Myth', that you don't notice her stuffing her off-shore accounts with YOUR money.

Pathetic. Desperate. WEAK.
181 txiki (#) Jan 12th, 2013 - 11:51 am Report abuse
@malvinese 1833.

I have read your document in full. To be honest, it's undermined by the tangents you go off on, and the style is reminiscent of that used by your president - undermine all critics by attacking them, just as the first paragraph of the announcement that they were contracting a British company to provide a jet for the forthcoming tour by attacking Murdoch. All colonial countries did things in the 19th century and 20th century that wouldn't be acceptable today, Argentina included. I don't see what the relevance of the welsh areas of Patagonia, as they are not British. You would find more argentines back living in Europe, using their dual nationality in Spain and Italy. That doesn't make any of those places argentine? By the way, Jewett was a pirate - otherwise the US wouldn't have interviewed. Only 4 civilians left in 1833, as is in the documents in you national archives, and whether you like it or not, in spite of all your prior claims, the peace treaty of 1850 was tacit acceptance of British sovereignty that really makes all the other treaties and such that you mention before completely irrelevant as it is the most recent treaty between the countries. If it was a mistake for Roca to sign it, that may be the case, but that is life, it is never fair. Ask the indigenous people's of South America who were either wiped out or repressed by the European colonisation of the continent.
182 M's Bulldog (#) Jan 12th, 2013 - 11:54 am Report abuse
I don't think that CFK is the be all and end all to the Falklands dispute. There are many Malvinistas on this forum who can't stand her.
The problem lies within Argentina's education system and how it teaches untruths to their youth. The next Argentine President will probably have just the same views as CFK towards this issue.
Deep down the problem lies with the fact that they got a bloody nose, and don't like it, don't like it one bit at all, and want revenge. The fact that they started the issue is irrelevant, it's more of a Latino pride thing.
183 slattzzz (#) Jan 12th, 2013 - 12:12 pm Report abuse
www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2013/01/falklands-redux-is-president-kirchner-south-americas-biggest-troll/267067/
Read and weep trolls
184 Conqueror (#) Jan 12th, 2013 - 01:31 pm Report abuse
@142 Hi, alex. I see that you're as brainless as ever. Argieland has no “claim” to the Falkland Islands based on “territorial integrity”. You should look up what “territorial integrity” actually means. Let's take the FACTS as of 1816. Spain had a single settlement on the Islands. Britain had many. Spain had already admitted British sovereignty (1770-1771). “Argieland” was a colony in rebellion. In 1820, when argieland used a pirate to make its first “claim” , Britain didn't even recognise argieland. When it did “recognise” argieland, for the sake of trade in 1824, did it “recognise” argie sovereignty over the Islands? No, it didn't. Because if the Islands had any “territorial integrity” it was with Britain. Due to the assertion of sovereignty in 1765. In fact, any attempts on breaching “territorial integrity” were made by “argieland” in its various acts of aggression in 1820, 1829 and 1832. Begone!
@147 Why would anybody want to translate argie lies into a proper language? Is it beyond you? Is it axel_arg's drivel?
@152 Can we be sick on you? We haven't forgotten how to do that.
@162 We am home, massa. All of us. Some of us be at home in Britain. Some of us be at home in Falklands. Some of us be at home in other places. When be time you going “home”, vargarse?
@165 Just following argie examples. 1982. Argie “troops” couldn't stop shitting themselves. 24 hours a day. Every day!
@168 The cesspit has no rights, legitimate or otherwise. But we're prepared to offer you technology. Nuclear technology. You'll need to be quick before it goes off. Don't push your minimal luck another millimetre. We're getting pissed off now!
@172 Wow! My large fully paid-for house, my large fully paid-for executive car, my tens of thousands of £s in various accounts are all illusions. If this is the UK when it's finished, I can hardly wait for the recovery. Perhaps I'll fly over in my executive jet and drop you a present. What might it be? Bang or splat?
185 Malvinense 1833 (#) Jan 12th, 2013 - 03:12 pm Report abuse
0@ 170 Before that day, Argentine governments spoke of their rights for 150 years.
I disagree with what was done by the military government, but protests 150 years seems a short time?
@ 171 “No the Argentine invasion in 1982 was a direct result of the fact that your government had fecked up the economy and were desperately trying to divert the attention of the Argentine public.”
Also true.
“In fact, Argentina didn't start trying to claim sovereignty of the islands until 1941. That is a gap of 91 years. Sovereignty claims lapse if they are not constantly mentioned, and they certainly do if it is not mentioned AT ALL within 50 years.”
False, Argentina made ​​several protests before and after 1850 and 1941.
“Every year that goes by strengthens the Falklanders claim and rights - after all they and their ancestors have lived on the Islands longer than the Republic of Argentina has existed”
A British big lie. So, who protested Lord Palmerston in 1829 if Argentina did not exist?
Then, the flag of that country gave Onslow to Pinedo, if Argentina did not exist?
Ancestors. They came to the islands in 1845 is to say approximately after usurpation. Therefore, says the islanders there before that Argentina is a big lie and I'm sure many islanders know.
regards.
186 agent999 (#) Jan 12th, 2013 - 04:16 pm Report abuse
@185

March 1st 1833, Charles Dawin and Capt. Fitzry arrive in HMS Beagle. Darwin records the make-up of the remaining settlers in his diary, ” …The present inhabitants consist of one Englishman, who has resided here for some years, & has now the charge of the British flag, 20 Spaniards & three women, two of whom are negresses.”
187 ynsere (#) Jan 12th, 2013 - 04:55 pm Report abuse
M's Bulldog @ 182
As a Uruguayan and what you dub a “Latino”, I have to agree with you say about the mass brain-washing of Argentines for generations. I hope future Argentine governments will handle the Falklands issue in a more intelligent manner and deal directly with the Falklanders, but I fear there will always be an ember to blow on when internal problems arise.
Regarding your comments on “Latino” pride, please note that in South America, Argentines are considered prouder and more arrogant than any other nationality.
188 txiki (#) Jan 12th, 2013 - 05:48 pm Report abuse
@185

So, Argentina made several protests about the Falklands between 1850 and 1941. I take it that you mean official protests through diplomatic channels to the British government, or indeed during the presidential address at the state opening of congress. So, be more specific - please provide details of how and when. As you seem to have done your research, I guess this won't be much of a problem?
189 M's Bulldog (#) Jan 12th, 2013 - 05:59 pm Report abuse
@ 187 ynsere
Mate don't take offence about the “Latino pride” thing. I didn't imply any form of ridicule, only my experience with some of them. Saying that, us Brits can be just as bad :-)
It really is a pity they can't move on and accept things as they are, as no matter how adverse they feel toward the FI's things will remain as they are, unless the islanders vote otherwise.
My thoughts are that even if, in the extremely unlikely event, the islanders vote to be under the Argentine arm, the Argentinian people will always see the British as an enemy. Blimmin' shame really.
190 GFace (#) Jan 12th, 2013 - 06:10 pm Report abuse
These interim claims 1850-1941 (you know the ones that came out of palling up with Hitler) mean nothing, they dropped them in 1850. Plus claims . Most importantly, just as Germany lost all moral claim to the Sudetenland and other ethnically German territories (though they have considerably more substantial justification than the mythology produced by the Argentines) their continued unrepentant celebration exporting of their fascist Dirty War on the Falklands negates any moral claim they have. Losing wars of aggression that you start (and Britain FINISHED the 82 war of aggression started by Argentine fascism) means that you lose the land you put your Nazi-nostalgic jackboots on.
191 LEPRecon (#) Jan 12th, 2013 - 06:48 pm Report abuse
@185 - Malvi

Pathetic. Desperate. WEAK.

As I said none of that matters. All that matters is the UN charter. That trumps all of Argentinas imperialistic colonial ambitions.
192 Shed-time (#) Jan 13th, 2013 - 01:52 pm Report abuse
They had a war to decide all this in 1982 and they lost. Anything beyond that is just being a sore loser, and a pathetic bunch of reptiles, falling short of being humanity.

Get over it.
193 Escoses Doido (#) Jan 13th, 2013 - 02:07 pm Report abuse
I see they are still killing-off the indigenous population of argentina even today.........

en.mercopress.com/2013/01/12/second-indigenous-teenager-in-a-week-murdered-in-the-north-east-of-argentina
194 Shed-time (#) Jan 13th, 2013 - 02:11 pm Report abuse
@193 I don't think they ever stopped, as it was accelerated in 1940's with the introduction of fresh new methods from the 'fatherland'.
195 scottbart (#) Jan 13th, 2013 - 03:06 pm Report abuse
@ Shed-time (#192)
i aggree and to be honest this constant whinging from the RGs is only showing them up on the world stage, it is frankly embarrassing!!
I think with CKs “give peace a chance” and generally trying to paint a picture of a poor bullied argentina the world is not falling for it.
It is almost like she is trying to be like Ghandi, but of course the situation is very different and i think the whole world needs a sick bucket everytime they go to UN meetings
196 Shed-time (#) Jan 13th, 2013 - 04:59 pm Report abuse
@195 All her ramblings are for domestic consumption as argies are genetically gullible, listening to anything their fuhrer tells them.

They care not for peace, apologies, nor recognition of wars lost. She's just the personification of their immoral nature.
197 scottbart (#) Jan 13th, 2013 - 06:16 pm Report abuse
Shed-time (#196)
Well ive heard several people mention that because their invasion was highly illegal, they should be paying the £2 billion the war cost the UK back to the UK!
Also CK's stance makes no sense, one minute she deplores the war blaming the junta and then she will celebtrate the “recapture” and make sure schools read out soldiers letters from war time! It seems pretty clear to me they wouldnt have an issue with causing a war aslong as they won and kept the islands, it is something I find outrageous! “peace a chance” my arse! The biggest problem the islands have ever had have been of the RGs making! Even the USA kicked them out with USS Lexingtion!
198 Conqueror (#) Jan 13th, 2013 - 07:44 pm Report abuse
@185 Perhaps you could relate the COMPLETE history of the Falkland Islands from 1690 to 1850. Please ensure that you have references to all relevant documents. After all, WE have the Islands. AND, as they say, possession is nine tenths of the law. So, if you want the Islands, you have to prove it to US. Or you can go back to your old ways. And you know what WE do to you then, don't you? Remember?
199 Shed-time (#) Jan 13th, 2013 - 11:44 pm Report abuse
@197 Completely known to Timmerman et al. it was a completely illegal war. I understand that the Argentines should have paid reparations for the War of Aggression, and should be openly apologizing for it, rather than continuing to give medals of honour to foreign dignitaries who supported them during these times that all argentines remember favourably.

However, in practical terms, they collectively couldn't pay back $5.8o and would probably call everyone criminals for expecting compensation for their illegalities. To them illegal actions are a way of life.
200 Malvinense 1833 (#) Jan 15th, 2013 - 12:14 am Report abuse
@189“Bulldog :My thoughts are that even if, in the extremely unlikely event, the islanders vote to be under the Argentine arm, the Argentinian people will always see the British as an enemy.”
We do not see the British as enemies.
We do not see the people of the islands as enemies.
Many Argentines believe that an alternative solution is shared sovereignty. It's a big step. You can take the next step. And our people will encounter.
@191
“As I said none of that matters. All that matters is the UN charter. ”
LEP: We hope your country to meet UN resolutions Negotiations sovereignty.
@198 AND, as they say, possession is nine tenths of the law.
Explosive friend Conqueror: Then you're in trouble, in 1833 Argentina was in possession of the islands. AND, as they say, possession is nine tenths of the law. Remember?
Regards.
201 Shed-time (#) Jan 15th, 2013 - 12:21 am Report abuse
@200 You ended the discussion on shared anything when you started the War of Aggression in 1982. You bring nothing but war to the negotiating table... and you know it.

Get over it, we all did.
202 Malvinense 1833 (#) Jan 15th, 2013 - 02:49 am Report abuse
@201Why not give us the chance to meet?
Knowing their food, their music, their art, their customs.
I want to know more, but always mentioned 1982, nuclear explosions, warships, soldiers ...By God, I want to know what activities are on weekends!!!, how they live!!
203 scottbart (#) Jan 15th, 2013 - 09:18 am Report abuse
@Malvinense 1833 (#202)
I cant see a shared sovereignty, that would mean both sides admtting the other has a case!
That issue was discussed when argentina invaded the islands and both refused even then. The thousands of conscripts that went to fight suggests argentines did see the UK as an enemy!
Argentina refused to withdraw from the islands after binding UN resolutions demanded it, and now have the cheek to be demanding UK comply to a non binding one from 1965!
The war changed the situation forever, even now the argentine president celebrates the “recapter” of the islands and gets letters read out to school children from the conscripts. Argentina does not regret war, they regret losing

Argentina only rues the war because they lost! I have studied a few wars and cant find any other country behving like this, argentina should have the gace to leave this small group of people alone and accept defeat!

I would ashamed if I argentine, they are the laughing stock of the world
204 Shed-time (#) Jan 15th, 2013 - 11:27 am Report abuse
@201 “Why not give us the chance to meet?”. The FIG asked your president to sit down with them and discuss cooperation in an open letter that they tried to hand to her and she flatly refused to accept. So don't talk about having a chance to meet, that's just pig ignorance and trying to paint a fallacy that Argentina is interested in the desires of the islanders. The verifiable thruth is, they are not.

Your rhetoric is of 'Argentinas want shared sovereignty' 'it's a big step for the islanders' ... when essentially Argentina offers nothing at all, not even an apology for the War of Aggression that they forced on the islanders in 1982.

Pretending that Argentinians are holding out their hands in friendship, whilst softly demanding one-sided negotiation of 'shared sovereignty' over someone else's home when they quite openly show no concern for the rights of anyone on the islands is simply morally abhorrent.

What they do at the weekends is nothing to do with you or your compatriots, and I hope this answers your questions.
205 LEPRecon (#) Jan 15th, 2013 - 11:40 am Report abuse
@200 - malvinese1833

Why should the Falkland Islanders hand over half of their property to someone else just because they demand it?

I mean if someone turned up at your house and demanded half of it you'd tell them to get lost.

The Falkland Islanders have offered to meet and talk to the Argentine government over matter of mutual interest and benefit. YOUR government continually IGNORES them.

As for UN resolutions, the UK has broken NONE. Argentina, however, disregarded all the UNGA resolutions your broken record of a government constantly spouts by INVADING the Falklands in 1982. You then went on to IGNORE a LEGALLY binding UNSC resolution telling you to remove your military forces from the Islands, forcing the UK to make you leave.

Nearly 1000 people died, and each death is the FAULT of Argentina.

So why should the UK or the Falkland Islanders talk to a country that is constantly ignoring UN resolutions, court orders and other international obligations? How can anyone trust a country that NEVER keeps its word?

Argentina has had 30 years to build bridges of trust and friendship with the Falkland Islanders. 30 years to prove that you were not all like the junta.

And what HAS Argentina done in the last 30 years to promote friendship and trust with a people who your military terrorised and threatened to murder?

Imposed sanctions.
Refused to acknowledge that they exist.
Attempted to damage their fishing industry.
Attempted to damage their oil and gass exploitation.
Threatened them with invasion.
Threatened them with ethnic cleansing.
Constantly lie about them on the international stage.
Perform acts of sacriledge on War Memorials.

Is that friendly? Is that likely to engender trust and friendship?

Of course it isn't.

Malvinese - If Argentina's sovereignty claim is so solid then take it to the International Court of Justice. If you won't do that, then STFU about the Falklands and concentrate on your OWN country which is falling down around your ears.
206 Martin Woodhead (#) Jan 15th, 2013 - 12:58 pm Report abuse
Exactly Argentina invaded and lost that trumps everything else you made the UK remember a frankly forgotten island. You have never apologised and still seem to think you should be awarded for aggresion.
Germany and france are not trying to invade the UK.
to get joint soverienty you'd have to bring something to the table threats no your impotent.
economics your broke
common culture links to the islands no they dont trust you and speak t some foreign tongue that most Britsh people have the good taste not to bother with.
Aplogise stop being passive aggresive jerks your not getting the islands ever.
207 Shed-time (#) Jan 15th, 2013 - 10:29 pm Report abuse
I think Argentinians think that the all powerful Nestor allowed them to jump onto a new timeline where the Argies didn't lose the War of Aggression.

Sadly this is not the case.
208 Pete Bog (#) Jan 15th, 2013 - 11:54 pm Report abuse
@202
“201Why not give us the chance to meet?”

Because your president refuses to meet them-the Islanders offered to meet this year, an offer ignored by an ignorant government.

One of their customs is off road driving, another is to use Spanish names for horse riding gear.

Bet the indoctrinated propaganda lessons at Argentine schools don't teach that.
209 Shed-time (#) Jan 16th, 2013 - 09:34 pm Report abuse
@208 it all went quiet when the Argentines remembered that the Falkland Islanders have been trying to talk to them for years, making their comments look like the ramblings of ignorant fools.
210 axel arg (#) Jan 18th, 2013 - 07:30 pm Report abuse
LEPRECOM. TROY TOMPEST. MONKEY MAGIC.
Sorry for my dely, but i have been studing for all the week and i haven't had enough time to check my i mails.
This is evident that you didn't interpret correctly what i said.
Beyond the stupid phrases that perhaps our defence minister said. There is nothing more important than our constitution, and the resolutions from the decolonization committe. I have never heard our minister defence saying that the only one thing stopping arg. from invading the islands is the british garrison, if he really said that, he coulden't be more imbecill. Anyway, it wouden't be sorprising, if it was just one more distortion of the press.
Respecting our constitution, it says clearly that arg. must recover it's full sovereignty over the archipelago under the respect for the int. right., it doesn't say absolutly anything about the posibility of a new invasion. The phrase full sovereignty, is not so important, because independently of it, the u. n has never asked the u. k to return the islands to arg., in fact it has always asked both nations to find a negotiated solution, so, although the u. k. decides to resume the negotiations with arg., if the islanders manifest that they want to remain under british govt., arg. won't be able to force them to accept our sovereignty only, i have said it in all my comments, however, it's not imposible to find a solution for the sovereignty which satisfies the three parts, like the proposals of 1974 or 1980.
On the other hand, if some of you really think that just arg. omits information respecting the historic facts of this conflict, before the int. press, or before any int. forum, it means that you have been prefectly indoctrinated. Accept it or not, both parts tell just what is convenient for them.
If i decided to investigate, it's because i have never believed in or official history, and you should do the same, instead of buying the tipical official propaganda.
211 British_Kirchnerist (#) Jan 18th, 2013 - 10:06 pm Report abuse
On the Falklands issue, it seems to me that Cameron has sent extra troops and Cristina has commented on it; how is this escalation by HER? Lovely picture though, Cristina looking strong and classy, next to the ship the haters kept assuring us would never make it home =)
212 scottbart (#) Jan 18th, 2013 - 11:39 pm Report abuse
@British_Kirchneri
I think she is looking shabby and desperate! The whole ship incident is a major embarrassment and she is probably on a British plane right now, how laughable. She is escalting the issue by causing as much trouble for the UK as possible and insisting she is going to get the islands off the UK.
213 ChrisR (#) Jan 19th, 2013 - 10:15 am Report abuse
211 B_S_K

Your old bag is heading for a self-inflicted fall with the farmers.

If she is really lucky the majority will NOT sell their crops this coming season and park their farm machinery in the towns to block everything up.

That WILL finish her, and good riddance.
214 British_Kirchnerist (#) Jan 19th, 2013 - 06:12 pm Report abuse
#213 Just let 'em try, she'd smash them and deepen the radicalisation of the country all the further =) Thats why I think they probably wont...

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