Monday, February 11th 2013 - 01:00 UTC

Hague accuses Argentina of “bullying and intimidatory behavior” towards the Falklands

Foreign Secretary William Hague has accused Argentina of “bullying and intimidatory behaviour” towards the Falkland Islands. Mr Hague in a Sunday interview with The Sun promised never to negotiate over the islands' sovereignty unless their people called for it - a referendum will take place next month.

Argentina’s approach fortifies the Islanders' determination to stay British, said the Foreign Secretary

Argentina's foreign minister Hector Timerman has said the Falklands will be under his country's control within 20 years. But Mr Hague told the Sun newspaper this was “fantasy”.

And he said that the Argentine government's refusal to hold talks over fishing rights and oil exploration - because it refuses to recognise the existence of the Falklands - was a “counterproductive” approach.

Tensions over the Falklands, in the southern Atlantic, have increased in recent weeks.

The Falklands are a British Overseas Territory, and the UK government says this should remain the case under United Nations rules stating the right of all peoples to “self-determination”.

On a visit to London last week, Argentine Foreign Minister Timerman refused to attend a meeting with the Mr Hague because representatives of the islanders were present.

He said that, as far as Buenos Aires was concerned, Falkland islanders did “not exist”.

But Mr Hague told The Sun: “This is a community that is nearly 200 years old. They seem very determined to remain British. If there's any chance they would change their minds, the approach by Argentina is completely counterproductive.

”It only fortifies the Islanders' determination to stay British. It is only going to add to the decades and centuries that the Falklands will remain British.“

Hague called Mr Timerman's statements ”extraordinary“, adding that Falkland islanders ”very much do exist and they are in good heart and great shape“.

Mr Hague said the Argentine government, led by President Cristina Fernandez had rejected diplomatic dialogue in favour of ”a pattern of bullying and intimidatory behaviour towards the Falkland Islands“.

He added: ”We shall never negotiate about the sovereignty of the islands, unless the islanders wish it.” (BBC).-
 

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1 jon and johnie (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 01:13 am Report abuse
here we find the same complaint from the bloody rubbish english people!
the UK has the option to stop the “circus circus situation”
why the UK don't stop the diplomatic relations?
The UK likes Argentina goverment very much!
2 Marcos Alejandro (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 01:16 am Report abuse
MercoP missed this interesting article

“This dispute will only be resolved be dialogue: it's time our Prime Minister and Foreign Secretary showed the maturity to face that fact”

www.independent.co.uk/voices/comment/bulldog-camerons-talk-of-war-keeps-falklands-solution-in-the-kennel-8487461.html
3 Escoses Doido (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 01:17 am Report abuse
@ the two johans;

I take it you are a Schizophreic?
4 Troy Tempest (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 01:17 am Report abuse
Commending Mr. Hague for his frank and open comments'
“But Mr Hague told The Sun: “This is a community that is nearly 200 years old. They seem very determined to remain British. If there's any chance they would change their minds, the approach by Argentina is completely counterproductive.
”It only fortifies the Islanders' determination to stay British. It is only going to add to the decades and centuries that the Falklands will remain British.“
Hague called Mr Timerman's statements ”extraordinary“, adding that Falkland islanders ”very much do exist and they are in good heart and great shape“.
Mr Hague said the Argentine government, led by President Cristina Fernandez had rejected diplomatic dialogue in favour of ”a pattern of bullying and intimidatory behaviour towards the Falkland Islands“.”

One has to wonder what the strategy of Argentina is.
Are they simply trying to provoke the UK into a hostile reaction, by withdrawing all diplomatic ties ?

That would play into their hands, nicely, except that time is on the side of the Brits and FIers. Argentina is taking desperate measures to create an International Incident.
If the Brits just 'hold their course', until after March, the Argie case will start to crumble at the same time their economy does - too late for them.

:-)
5 Escoses Doido (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 01:21 am Report abuse
@2:

Do you know WTF is behind the pseudonym?

I'd say 'Her Gott'.
6 Anglotino (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 01:23 am Report abuse
I see Suzie was quick today at No 1 followed closely by Marcos at 2 with that boring article that has already been torn to shreds elsewhere. He obviously can fathom a country where a newspaper can so openly disagree with the government without the tax office closing them down.

Nothing new in this story. Argentina's actions have no effect on the Islanders.

Argentina perpetuates a status quo that it says it is against. Nothing it has done in the past couple of years or even decades has changed the situation one iota.
7 jon and johnie (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 01:25 am
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8 Nostrolldamus the 10th (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 01:26 am Report abuse
So much for the mythical “cool Britain” so bruited about here. Sorry but this was an emotional outburst by Hague as proven by comments @4:

“frank and open comments” (Hipocritobfuscatorialish)

English:

“shit, he kinda lost it here.. let's just say he was frank and honest for saving face talking points”.
9 Escoses Doido (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 01:27 am Report abuse
@7;
Which of the Johnie's are you just now?

(I wish you were Johnnie Walker, then I'd warm to you)
10 José Malvinero (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 01:33 am Report abuse
Let's see:  2013 - 1833, are 180 years, not 200 years. The interesting thing that neither he denies the blatant usurpation, as he is recognizing that earlier there was “someone” in the Malvinas Argentinas. Who were these “someone”?: Spain first, then Argentina; then, the trash, except two and a half months in 1982 when control returned to its rightful owners.
11 jon and johnie (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 01:34 am
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12 Escoses Doido (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 01:36 am Report abuse
@ 10
France first Joe. France First.

And the 'trash' you are talking about, were the people in Vernets endevour, - They never left.

Even after a murderer called Riveiro had done some 'bad stuff' to vernets people there, - Killed one of your own too......
13 Troy Tempest (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 01:37 am Report abuse
@08TTT/Araifu/Nosey/etc.

“Argie-speak:

“shit, he kinda lost it here.. let's just say he was frank and honest for saving face talking points”.

No, let's just say, ” he spoke the truth in a measured and cool manner, but didn't sugar-coat it for your frail egos”.

I think you just showed HOW fragile your ego is, and lost face @08
14 Escoses Doido (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 01:40 am Report abuse
@11 (dual personality)

Not following you at all, buddy, - Do you think I have more than one log-in name here?

Negativo.......
15 Anglotino (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 01:41 am Report abuse
Nostils

Your post made no sense. Where was the outburst?

Jose

Look up the definition of NEARLY

Suzie

Keep going. Don't change a thing.
16 José Malvinero (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 01:46 am Report abuse
12

The gaucho Rivero did not so bad things ... eliminated jefecito left by the usurper and made again the flag of Argentina in Argentine Territory (Malvinas).
There is also a version that says it would have died fighting against the english invaders in 1845 on the shores of our great river Paraná ...
17 jon and johnie (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 01:49 am
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18 AzaUK (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 01:49 am Report abuse
@1 isnt it about the the Argentinean clowns left there circus ways behind them and join the real world? soon as you do we can start friendly civilized talks (though not with out the islanders wishes)

@2 presently there is only “one solution” respect the islanders wishes. full stop

@3 your quite correct with a touch of stupidity and close mindedness

@7 better the the 40 mil + Argentine “retards” crying lmao lost in a failed leaders husbands imagination and false dream about a magical place no one out side the Spanish language has ever heard of Maldive as US president put it lol

@8 being blunt the “ retards” in Argentina wouldn't tolerate it if Hague came over and taught you “retards” in Argentina about factual history you would have flag burning riots and everything in that deformed little state of yours mr timman could learn a lot from his civilized British friend here in the UK. talk about losing it timman failed conference in London few even care about. enjoy your rampant inflation your half doped up half botoxed failure of a leader. with half baked dreams of colonizing British islands.
19 Nostrolldamus the 10th (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 01:51 am Report abuse
Outburst:

“It is only going to add to the decades and centuries that the Falklands will remain British.“

That statement is diametrical to this one:

”The islanders deserve self-determination“

Seems to me Hague and the UK have the future all mapped out for the islanders, for centuries. So much for self-determination.

Second outburst:

”he said that the Argentine government's refusal to hold talks over fishing rights and oil exploration”

What does any of that have to do with the dispute at hand? (dispute I do not support my country pursuing). The islands should remain as they wish to be.

But Argentina will never again sit down with the UK and negotiate over anything, Falkland's related or not.
20 jon and johnie (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 01:53 am
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21 Escoses Doido (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 01:55 am Report abuse
@16 JM:

'Face palm'

Please do some research on Antoino Riveiro.

Even the BA news papers of the time revered to the incident as 'Vile Murders'
22 AzaUK (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 01:55 am Report abuse
@17 lol “how the UK dares to keep posting the same complaint all the time!”

sounds like a similar argument a certain lesser country has over its wishes to colonize a group of islands Belonging to another country
23 Troy Tempest (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 02:01 am Report abuse
@19 Araifu
“But Argentina will never again sit down with the UK and negotiate over anything, Falkland's related or not”

We know that. That is exactly the point.

You have just admitted that the choice NOT to negotiate or “dialogue”, is Argentina's.

@19 TTT
“dispute I do not support my country pursuing”

Thanks, that's you out. :-)
24 Escoses Doido (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 02:04 am Report abuse
Antonio Riveiro even betrayed the rest of his little group, thinking that he was going to be hanged for the murders.

As it happened he was not hanged, because he was not British.

I can not help but think he must have lived in fear afterwards, of the group of 7 gauchos & Indians he betrayed, thinking he would save his skin............................
25 AzaUK (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 02:10 am Report abuse
@20 i ask my self that question every day, i guess someone saw some benefits to the arrangement. but Argentina will prob never grow up. i guess there is potental for some trade. some joint policy's with fishing and oil and its prob not to late
26 Troy Tempest (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 02:11 am Report abuse
@24 The TWO Borats/Sussie
“Carlos Menen is a TRAITOR,
the UK knew that,,,,,,,
BUT
the UK resumed diplomatic relations with Argentina which is UNACCEPTABLE having in consideration how many UK armed force personnel died in 1982!”

Apart from being off-topic now, Argentina's President = Argentina's Government. You can call them whatever you like, but they were your representatives. Sounds like UK was dealing with Argentina in good faith - YOU screwed it up!

Now, YOU, your Government, is attacking the UK and Falklands politically and economically.

YOU, Argentina, need to be accountable for your current actions.

Grow up.
27 Anglotino (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 02:12 am Report abuse
Nostrils you have amazing language skills. Not even you believe these statements are an outburst.

Also self-determination by its very nature and definition means the Islanders can be British. He is making a point that it is the Argentines who reinforce and solidify this identity.

Anyway you don't support Argentina's claim so why are you arguing these points?
28 Nostrolldamus the 10th (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 02:14 am Report abuse
@23

British logic does not impress anyone outside Britain.

Argentina will not sit down with the UK on anything bilateral out of self-preservation. The UK will and should not sit down and negotiate sovereignty.

So in both instances, it is not Argentina that refuses anything. The UK refuses sovereignty negotiations which is fine, I would go as far as saying it is not a refusal but simply common sense. But so is Argentina exercising common sense by keeping as much distance as humanly possible from being entrapped by the UK in any other areas.

Nothing good has ever come to anyone that signed any treaties with the British.
29 Troy Tempest (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 02:16 am Report abuse
@28 Anglotino

“Anyway you don't support Argentina's claim so why are you arguing these points”

I picked up on that point too, and threw it back at him.

His contrarian postures just illustrate that he nothing more than an attention-seeker. show
30 Nostrolldamus the 10th (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 02:19 am Report abuse
I feel like I am truly dealing with retards.

I wasn't arguing that point, I was using it as an example to something totally unrelated which was my main point, that Hague was “emotional” by using such languages as “centuries” and the like. Just like another guy was accused of that and far more by saying “20 years”.

But what would any of you know about honesty. You all are the most hypocritical people I have ever encountered. That is not a glib remark.
31 Cristina Lopez (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 02:22 am Report abuse
@27 troy tempest
The UK diplomats needs to grow up!
The UK loves the “circus circus diplomatic relations” with Argentina
is so funny!
32 Nostrolldamus the 10th (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 02:31 am Report abuse
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ca.news.yahoo.com/britain-scotland-lose-global-clout-exit-uk-000522143.html

SO MUCH FOR SELF-DETERMINATION.

Game over.
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33 Troy Tempest (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 02:34 am Report abuse
@31 Araifu

“ Hague was “emotional” by using such languages as “centuries” and the like.”

You should have expressed yourself better, then. Is that what you were saying? Normally your thoughts are broadcast quite clearly.
Sounds more like you were looking for something to take exception to.

Hague clearly made his point that the FI would be British as long as they wished, far longer than Timerman's “20 years”, a calculated slap to the British and a 'play to the crowd' (at home).

Personally, I am sure that Hague is too experienced and professional to allow emotion to jeopardise his own strategy.

As to outbursts, take a look at yourself, “I feel like I am truly dealing with retards.” Nice!

You certainly want to vent some strong negative opinions for someone who says we are correct about the Falklands. Anything to argue, right?
34 Nostrolldamus the 10th (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 02:37 am Report abuse
@34

I think I have made my antipathy and animus towards Europeans and North Americans quite clear. That should clarify any questions you had about my word choice,
35 Troy Tempest (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 02:41 am Report abuse
@35Araifu

“I think I have made my antipathy and animus towards Europeans and North Americans quite clear. That should clarify any questions you had about my word choice,”

Your “word choice”, if not all of your motives.
36 Nostrolldamus the 10th (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 02:41 am Report abuse
@36

Line of the year:

“Cameron's political future and historic legacy are on the line. He has pledged to contest the next British general election in 2015 and his own Conservative party would never forgive him if he presided over the break-up of the UK.”

But wait... what about... Self-determination???

hahahahahahah, this article is a complete disaster. Here you have this same government lecturing Argentina on self-determination, but doing all it can behind the scenes to discourage another group of people from doing just that.

This would be tragic if it weren't so comical.
37 Troy Tempest (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 02:44 am Report abuse
@33 and @38 Araifu

You are way OFF-Topic, this is NOT about what YOU think, and has no relation to the article we are discussing, Hague's comments regarding Argentina's intimidation and bullying.
38 Nostrolldamus the 10th (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 02:51 am Report abuse
@39

Arifu?? Never heard of him. I only know of an Arifu Gobakuwi, because he has a large Jade and Obsidian business in Argentina, but that's it.

The only one I know form here is Giorgio O. Tsoukalos.

Anyway, my comment on Scotland is completely relevant.

”The Falklands are a British Overseas Territory, and the UK government says this should remain the case under United Nations rules stating the right of all peoples to “self-determination”.

So the Falklanders should remain under the UK because they want to, but we'll pull off all propaganda available to us to prevent the Scots from leaving the UK.

Sounds honest... lol.

And also, so much for the propaganda here that there was no shot of the UK breaking up. This confirms London is DEATH scared shit about it.

:)
39 andrea rodriguez (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 02:57 am
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40 Troy Tempest (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 03:01 am Report abuse
@38 Arifu /TTT/

“Arifu?? Never heard of him. I only know of an Arifu Gobakuwi, because he has a large Jade and Obsidian business in Argentina, but that's it”

Too late, Buddy. You slipped up! LOL!!

Too emotional, you're missing things.

Scotland is happening concurrently, but is NOT relevant to this exchange between Hague and Argentina, and this article. Scotland, and any outcome regarding Scotland will have no effect on the Falklands situation. Argentina has no 'claims'on Scotland that I am aware of, and it is therefore irrelevant.
Except of course, as a device ('maguffin') for you to continue to distract and turn attention onto yourself.

As usual.
41 andrea rodriguez (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 03:02 am
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42 Nostrolldamus the 10th (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 03:07 am Report abuse
@40

You are boring me with all the your talk about myself.
43 andrea rodriguez (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 03:09 am
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44 Troy Tempest (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 03:11 am Report abuse
@42 Arifu

'You are boring me with all the your talk about myself.”

Arifu, you are boring ME with talk about yourself.

Good night.
45 Anglotino (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 03:18 am Report abuse
Nostrils

Thanks for the article. It just emphasises the UK, amongst all the nations on this planet, allows constituent parts to hold referenda. Should be no surprise that the UK government doesn't want Scotland to secede.

Publishing a report on the consequences of this secession is a wise move. People should know the facts. The Scottish government will push for a Yes vote and the UK government will push for a No vote.

I'm a little perplexed as to why you find this article “a complete disaster”.

“Here you have the same government lecturing Argentina on self-determination, but doing all it can behind the scenes to discourage another group of people from doing just that”.

Huh?

This isn't behind the scenes. The report was released was it not? Did we read the same article? The one that uses the verb PUBLISH?

“the 57 page legal opinion – drafted by the British government”

Ooooh it is so hidden…. You know, being drafted and published and all.

Argentina was invited to the Islands to campaign and educate the population on voting for a more favourable Argentine outcome.

Considering your confusion, I am guessing that Argentina does not hold referenda.

As for calling people retards, it is you that have changed from calling Cameron’s statement an “outburst” and now just calling it “emotional”. Make up your mind. Mind you, if you wanted to see emotional outburst then you wouldn’t have to look any further than your own president.

“British logic does not impress anyone outside Britain” – well unlike you, they at least have logic.

As to your “antipathy and animus towards Europeans and North Americans”. That’s totally fine. I like Argentineans. I have always said I did and will continue to. For someone as xenophobic as you, I have to wonder why you keep interacting with the very people you dislike. Your constant preaching of isolationism and xenophobia really is at odds with your immature rantings on here.

Did I talk enough about you to make you happy?
46 Troy Tempest (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 03:22 am Report abuse
@46 Anglo

“Did I talk enough about you to make you happy?”

LOL !!
47 José Malvinero (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 03:24 am Report abuse
32

Congratulations on putting the link to this interesting article. Forward Scots, not subjects of Her Gracious and Vicious Majesty!
48 Leiard (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 03:46 am Report abuse
@42 Nostrolldamus Retard the 1st.

Again your posts, as normal, are full of misdirection and lies.

I see your having fun playing with your finger puppet Sussie
49 Anglotino (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 03:51 am Report abuse
OMG I'm laughing so hard I think I just did a little wee!

@48 Jose
“Congratulations on putting the link to this interesting article. Forward Scots, not subjects of Her Gracious and Vicious Majesty!”

If Scotland declares independence, it will declare it as the KINGDOM OF SCOTLAND.

And guess who the Queen of the KINGDOM OF SCOTLAND?

Her Majesty, Elizabeth II, Queen of Scots.
50 Nostrolldamus the 10th (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 04:02 am Report abuse
There is no need for regionalist referendi in Argentina, as we are the only nation in the Americas not to have any secessionist movements.

Brazil - Rio Grande do Sul (Southern Brazil in general)
Chile - Magallanes Region
Bolivia - Santa Cruz department
Canada - Quebec
United States - Texas, Northwest, Alaska
Mexico - Nuevo Leon + Tamaulipas
etc, etc...
51 Marcos Alejandro (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 04:09 am Report abuse
Scotland to England
“We've been waiting hundreds of years for a free and independent Scotland! Throw off the yoke of English oppression you men and women of Scotland and join the community of nations. Become free Scots!

”After what the English did to William Wallace one would think the Scots would have seceded a long time ago“

”One Scot is worth any five Englishmen... Let the Scots go and quit whining...

“Scotland to UK, shove it”

Argentina to England...that's going to take a lot of space but you get the idea

Self determination for the Englishmen Dick Sawle, Nigel Haywood and friends in Malvinas just because they say so, forget about anybody else.
Hypocrisy is an English disease.
52 Troy Tempest (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 05:03 am Report abuse
Brits 10

trolls 0

Good night
53 LEPRecon (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 06:04 am Report abuse
@52 - Marcos

Try to learn some history.

Fancy bringing up something that is completely irrelevant to this story! I mean, when you are losing an argument, you Malvinista's and La Campora trolls never do that?

Referendum, freedom and democracy, are obviously alien concepts to you La Campora types. Is that why you are so afraid of it? In the UK we are not afraid of it.

If the Scottish vote to cede fine. If they vote to remain part of the UK, fine. It's their choice.

You see, no histrionics, just calm arguments for and against.

Oh, and if Argentina thinks it will get an ally if Scotland cedes, then I have 2 words for you:- Mount Tumbledown.

The Scottish will never forget how may of their sons died to restore freedom to the people of the Falkands.

@48 - Jose

Your post is funny. Did you know that Queen Elizabeth II is a direct descendant from the very 1st King of Scotland: Kenneth McAlpine (ruled 843-858 AD)? He was her 34th Great Grandfather!

Interestingly enough, Queen Elizabeth II is also a direct descendant from the very 1st King of England: King Egbert (ruled 802-839 AD). He was also her 34th Great Grandfather!

In fact, the two Kingdoms were united by a Scottish King, not an English one. The only reason the two governments united was when the Scottish government had bankrupted the country, and suggested the union as a way out of their financial difficulties.

So the actual formation of the United Kingdom, was actually a Scottish idea, not an English one.

But Jose, enough of British history. How do you feel having a Foreign Minister who has embarrassed your country internationally with his amateurish antics, and all he got out of it was a piece of paper that even his sycophantic 'group of 18' wouldn't sign?
54 Anglotino (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 06:18 am Report abuse
@51 Nostrils

”There is no need for regionalist referendi in Argentina, as we are the only nation in the Americas not to have any secessionist movements.

Brazil - Rio Grande do Sul (Southern Brazil in general)
Chile - Magallanes Region
Bolivia - Santa Cruz department
Canada - Quebec
United States - Texas, Northwest, Alaska
Mexico - Nuevo Leon + Tamaulipas
etc, etc...”

Well first off the plural is referenda.

Secondly, I agree with you that Argentina does not have any secessionist movement. As we agree, the Islands are not Argentinean so this referendum is not about seceding from Argentina but confirming their continued status within the UK.

The UK is about to hold another referendum on one part seceding, so its not adverse to asking it constituent parts their opinion.

Bu the most interesting part of the list above. The only region that has had a referendum on independence is…… Quebec. Now who is the Head of State for Canada again?

So by your own admission, the only territories in the Americas that are able to hold referenda on independence are those with the Queen as Head of State.

Pity none of the republics you listed are quite so accommodating to self-determination.

But is all that well in Argentina?
www.argentinaindependent.com/currentaffairs/newsfromargentina/secessionist-protests-may-disrupt-route-2/
www.nytimes.com/2002/08/27/world/some-in-argentina-see-secession-as-the-answer-to-economic-peril.html?pagewanted=all&src=pm
55 Troy Tempest (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 06:52 am Report abuse
@55
Gosh, sounds bad state of affairs in Patagonia, and those protests!!!
56 agent999 (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 06:53 am Report abuse
”There is no need for regionalist referendi in Argentina, as we are the only nation in the Americas not to have any secessionist movements.”

www.mapuche-nation.org/english/html/kingdom/index.html
57 Shed-time (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 08:58 am Report abuse
@1 'bloody rubbish' - clearly you're of indian or pakistani roots.

..aside from the irony of the comments from Argentinians referring to murder-rapist Antonio Riveiro being the best thing ever to exist coming from Argentina...

@51 you know it was a scottish person (king) who united England and Scotland, right? Nothing to do with William Wallace, it was to do with the debt they'd gathered up and couldn't pay from trying to make a colony in Latin America. These facts kind of make you look like an imbecile, Marcos.

Any more lies from you today, liar?
58 Steveu (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 09:17 am Report abuse
@53 The laws go genetics being what they are probably CFK is also a descendent of Kenneth McAlpine. It's the grains of rice on a chessboard scenario

Scary thought! ;-)
59 Doveoverdover (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 09:19 am Report abuse
@54 The Falkland Islands are not within the UK, they are a UK possession. That fact alone undermines any credibility you may have thought your argument had.
60 CaptainSilver (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 09:27 am Report abuse
You Rgs are just frightened little ponies, the referendum is what scares you all most because it is democracy in action and you don't know what that is after spending most of your lives living in a dictatorship where you can't say what you want

But, the important thing is sovereignty. If Argentina believes the Falklands is theirs take your case to the International Court of Justice. You don't dare do it, do you because you have no case whatever? Furthermore, the population of the Falklands, some of whom can trace their ancestry back to before 1833, don't want Argentinean rule.

They don't want to be a pariah nation under warning by the IMF, they don't want the influence of Chavez, Castro and Iran, they don't want corrupt politicians and police, they don't want 30% inflation, they don't want a fast depreciating currency, they dont want to live on $7 a day, they don't want Argentinas Mafia, they want to be able to walk out after dark without the threat of being raped mugged or murdered, they don't want a society where you have to have iron bars on your windows to keep out theives, they don't want any guns like you see as a 'must have' and they don't want Latin Alien Culture. And, in the referendum in March they will vote for what they want to retain, their association with Britain.

They do want to retain the British culture, the quiet village atmosphere of the their towns and villages, they do want their own independent government, they do want the friendship and protection of a powerful friendly nation, they do want no crime fraud or guns on the street, they do want wildlife and fisheries carefully and intelligently managed, they do want controlled tourism, they do want to retain their British heritage, the British education of their children and they also want peaceful and friendly relations with their neighbours. This last desire is constantly frustrated by the aggressive and vocal actions of Argentina who they do not like or trust.
61 Steveu (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 09:33 am Report abuse
@59

I think you are splitting hairs, it is a UK BOT and so part of the extended UK franchise (for as long as the Islanders wish it)

I don't think this affects the point being put across

PS sorry for the typo in my previous post which says “go” instead of “of”. Can we all at least agree that MP needs an edit option!
62 LEPRecon (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 09:38 am Report abuse
@59 - DOD

Oh here we go again.

Why is it so difficult for you to understand that the Falklands are NOT a UK possession, but a SELF-GOVERNING British Overseas Territory?

Do you have learning difficulties that make COMPREHENSION difficult?

The Falklands belong to no one but the Falkland Islanders. End of.

I know that this goes against the 'little' delusion you Argentines like to build up regarding the Falklands, but the truth is the truth.

The UN recognises the Falklands as a self-governing British Overseas Territory. The EU recogises the Falklands as a self-governing British Overseas Territory.

But you Argentinians REFUSE to acknowledge that simple fact, BECAUSE it completely undermines all the lies you tell and have been told over the years.

Now be a good little La Campora Troll.

If you have a problem with the Falklands, take it to the International Court of Justice.

If you won't, then your claim is worth as much as an Argentinian Peso, which everyone, even your Government knows to be the case.
63 kelperabout (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 09:39 am Report abuse
To confirm what David Cameron is saying. We are Falkland Islanders in our own right just like Argentinians are in their own right. Our ancestors were never implanted but came of their own choosing to find a new life in a place that was wild and free. On the other hand Argentina was colonised by the Spanish not because they wanted to explore a new world but because they wanted to colonise a new land.
The current issue today is that the Argentines domestic situation is so bad that their leader is desperate to do as Galterie did in 1982 that is cause a diversion. On top of that they are extremely concerned that the Falklands refferendum due soon will allow the Islanders to firmly stamp their ideals to the whole world and that will leave Argentina exposed and more vunerable with their Latin Amwrican neighbours.

History has shown that Argentina is the younger country trying to lay claim to a group of Islands that were claimed by Britain long before they became a Country themselves.
Falkland Islanders have made their Islands what they are to day and Argentina is very jealouse of their success.
64 Steveu (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 09:47 am Report abuse
@64

You only need to see the volume and content of the RG posts today to see they are shit scared of the referendum.

Hilarious Hector also did a grand job last week - are you sure he's not on a backhander from the FIG to look so stupid?
65 Anglotino (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 10:58 am Report abuse
@59 Doveoverdover

Oh I'd like to say that so much attention from another guy gives me a warm tingly feeling but honestly considering your age it's a little creepy.

But thank you thank you thank you for yet AGAIN giving me the chance to show you up.

“The Falkland Islands are not within the UK, they are a UK possession. That fact alone undermines any credibility you may have thought your argument had.”

I said they are a constituent part. As sovereignty resides with the UK they are therefore part of the UK. Even if you were right, how would that undermine my argument? I wasn't arguing in the comment you replied to.

But honestly I have no idea what point your feverish mind is trying to make. Not only you hopelessly outclassed on here, but you are on the wrong side of history.

Something happened that embittered you and every time you reply to me it shows. I hope that from now on I actually remind you of the reason too.

Now I do feel warm and tingly.
66 MrFlagpole (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 11:03 am Report abuse
@19 Nostrolldamus

you are incorrect to perceive an contradiction between:
“It is only going to add to the decades and centuries that the Falklands will remain British.“
”The islanders deserve self-determination“

the point is clear. he's suggesting that if Argentina want the falklands they need to be the more desirable option for her people. and that the campaign of harassment; in the context where britain will only go with the wishes of the kelpers; is likely to be counter productive to argentina's goals.

it is actually quite nice of him to give you a suggestion. you need to consider the words of our government entirely within the context that self determination is the fundamental overriding principal.
67 Clyde15 (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 11:34 am Report abuse
19
But Argentina will never again sit down with the UK and negotiate over anything, Falkland's related or not.
So you are contradicting your great leaders who “demand” talks ?
#51
I presume your knowledge of Scotland comes from the Mel Gibson fairy tail !!!!
A potted view of Scottish politics
Scots do not vote for Conservative governments as they are perceived to be anti -Scottish in outlook and London-centric in practice.
Their natural leanings are towards Labour but this party disgraced themselves over their last terms in office being even more right wing than the Conservatives
Liberals are seen as a bit of a joke.
The bulk of the Scottish electorate voted SNP by default - not because there was an overwhelming desire to leave the UK but because they were the only moderate Socialist party who appeared to be able to do things that the populace wanted.
Having our own legal system, education system and Church do make us different from the rest of the UK in many respects. Our priorities are also somewhat different as regards University tuition and care of the elderly.
When the Union took place in 1707, the ordinary Scot had no vote in the matter - his country was “sold” for English gold and voted in by a clique of self seeking Lords. Burns described this in a poem “sic a parcel of rogues in a nation” - he was referring to these Scottish Lords.
As the Union grew in maturity, the Scots took advantage of the situation and out performed their English countrymen in commerce and science and helped to forge the Empire.
Whether Scotland will decide to vote for separation, I don't know. I suspect not, mainly for domestic ties.
So many of us have blood relations in England and vice versa that the thought that they could be classed as “foreigners” does not fit well. When it comes to putting an X in the ballot paper to make your own grandchildren foreigners I think not.
We will all be sick of the subject in the coming year.
Whatever happens, Argentina will not gain.
68 Shed-time (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 11:46 am Report abuse
Most british have blood relations in all other parts of the world, the argentine insistence on some kind of 'latin-american' racial purity and provable ancestry to spain, italy or germany is just an anachronism of the WW2 era that their beliefs and political culture incontestably stem from.

Their whole life-world is an anachronism, with their curious not-socialism fascism stemming from 1950s Korea and WW2 Nazi germany, their territorial nationalism stemming from 1930s germany and their backwards amoral culture and endemic laziness 'get something for free' mentality stemming from Spain.

Dealing with a country that is stuck back in the 18th century is not really worth talking about, better the Falklands focus on building economic links with Uruguay and Chile.

However, they have to become an economic powerhouse that 'consumes' in order to ensure their future. 3000 people couldn't do this, and that is just a fact.
69 CaptainSilver (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 11:47 am Report abuse
The Scotts are far too canny to commit hari Kari by voting for independence. It's all about self interest and as #67 says they punch above their weight. As an Englishman I wish they would vote for it so we could have our own government too and not be ruled by useless socialists who caused the present problems alongside the banksters.
70 Islander1 (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 12:18 pm Report abuse
Marcos- MPress probabaly did not publish that Indepentent paper bit as iot was poorly reasearched and full of incorrect facts and insinuations - the sort of stuff you love of course!
Whoever said 1/3 of us do not feel british! Ask a Scotsman/Welshman who he is- I , like many here am first and foremost a FALKAND ISLANDER - secondly I am BRITISH - as that is the overall larger nation I belong to.
Couyld you please explain on here why you (correctly) champion the Scottish Referendum on their political future.
Yes deny any liklehood of accepting our decision on our Referendum here?

And do not come with your usual crap about implanted peoples - I am no more implanted here than 30 million Argentines are in Argentina - and you know it.
Same as you know very well that civilain settlers here in Jan 1833 were NOT displaced.
71 Conqueror (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 12:36 pm Report abuse
@8 Tell you what, smartass. You know what Hague was saying. Why don't you tell us how you would have phrased it?
@10 Listen up, thicko. FIRST, BRITAIN. Second, 54 years later, France, third, spain. Argieland, nowhere. Think on this. Argieland wasn't recognised by Britain when YOUR pirate, Jewett, happened to get there. Argieland wasn't recognised by Spain until 1856.
@19 You are so far up your own arse. Just accept that you are not as good at English as you think you are. And then accept this. Fishing and hydrocarbons exploration are matters for the Falkland Islands Government. If your bunch of dishonest, cheating crooks wants to talk about fishing and hydrocarbons, they will have to talk to the Falkland Islands Government. Regarding “sovereignty”, there is NO dispute. The Falkland Islands do not recognise a “dispute”. Britain does not recognise a “dispute”. You should read this article: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acquisition_of_sovereignty
Now do tell us by what method argieland acquired any “claim” to “sovereignty”.
@28 You're a fool. Tinpotman “refused” to attend a meeting. Let's be as blunt as you. Britain will refuse to discuss anything with argieland. Get your undiplomatic “mission” out of our country. Now what?
@30 You don't have enough brain to “argue” a point.
@32 You really are a retard? Scotland is getting a referendum on independence. How much more self-determination could they get?
@34 Xenophobic racist!
@47 Scots are NOT “subjects of Her Gracious and Vicious Majesty”. They are in Britain, not argieland!
@51 Viveza criolla is an argie disease. May be fatal!
@59 The Falkland Islands are NOT a UK possession. Try to get up to date, retard.
72 DanyBerger (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 12:38 pm Report abuse
The govt of CaMoron is weak and is cornered at home and abroad.
Scotland ready to pull out of the Union the idiot is trying to convince how good is to be partnering with England talking about the good service the have, education, etc. while he is trying to dismantle all that.

People in UK is very angry due to recession, unemployment, and cuts and not happy with that he is planing to privatise free schools in UK.

I really doubt that CaMoron will end his term...

I feel really sorry for the good Britons that have seen they country going from a world power to become the laugh of the world thanks to this stupid politicians.
73 Idlehands (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 12:45 pm Report abuse
72 DanyBerger

A great effort at projection. Think up all the things you don't like about your own country and then project them on to another one.
74 CaptainSilver (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 01:04 pm Report abuse
#72 Support for Scottish independence is about 30% or even less. We don't have:- But, the important thing is sovereignty. If Argentina believes the Falklands is theirs take your case to the International Court of Justice. You don't dare do it, do you because you have no case whatever? Furthermore, the population of the Falklands, some of whom can trace their ancestry back to before 1833, don't want Argentinean rule.

They don't want to be a pariah nation under warning by the IMF, they don't want the influence of Chavez, Castro and Iran, they don't want corrupt politicians and police, they don't want 30% inflation, they don't want a fast depreciating currency, they dont want to live on $7 a day, they don't want Argentinas Mafia, they want to be able to walk out after dark without the threat of being raped mugged or murdered, they don't want a society where you have to have iron bars on your windows to keep out theives, they don't want any guns like you see as a 'must have' and they don't want Latin Alien Culture. And, in the referendum in March they will vote for what they want to retain, their association with the UK
75 Terence Hill (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 01:16 pm Report abuse
51 Marcos Alejandro

Lying is an Argentine mainstay.
76 UncleTed (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 01:17 pm Report abuse
@71 Your 'Acquisition of Sovereignty' link was helpful, and says it all.

'Since the emergence of self-determination as a recognised principle of international law, a state may need to consult the inhabitants of a territory (if any) before they may cede sovereignty over it.'- This is what the UK is doing.

'Prescription is related to occupation, and refers to the acquisition of sovereignty by way of the actual exercise of sovereignty, maintained for a reasonable period of time, that is effected without objection from other states.'
- Thought there wasn't a peep out the RGs for best part of a hundred years, a reasonable period one would think.

The Falklands case surely passes these acid tests with flying colours. If the international community is signed up to these principles, why are they (in the form of the UN) so quiet on the suibject and allow it to ruble on. What is it about Argentina that everyone is so reluctant to upset them?
Time for Mr Moon to get off the fence and put Argentinas cap on straight, and give some support to the Falkland Island Community's human rights. Otherwise what is the point of the UN (or have I just answered my own question?)
77 Clyde15 (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 01:19 pm Report abuse
#72
You know eff all about most things and even less than eff all about Scotland and the intentions of the people in the referendum.
How many Dany Bergers post here ? The English sentence construction varies from acceptable to weird.
Are you another one with a split personality ?
78 Musky (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 01:31 pm Report abuse
@76 UncleTed
You may have answered all your own questions though Moon has said already said that Britain has broken no UN Resolutions.
Argentina stopped covetting the islands in 1850 and in 1941 when Britain fought the might of the Axis Powers along with its Allies, the Argentines ressurrected the claim as they thought that Germany would acquire the islands. They indeed stayed quiet for 91 years... that is evidence enough.

@72 DB
What have you been reading? Or what have you been taking? Britain does not need to have the global empire of old, we are happy with our standing in the world... though naturally we'd love to have less rain!
79 CaptainSilver (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 02:01 pm Report abuse
#77 I have just been reading the Scottish papers and speaking to my friends in Helensburgh, Perth, Stornaway and Harris. The fishy couple have support as low as 23% in some Scottish newspapers. BTW all my friends have said they will consider moving to England if there is any possibility of the independence bid succeeding. At the moment its a dead duck. I think we will carry on as we are
.However this comment page is all about pointing out to the Rgs that they are screwed.
At the moment I am working my way through Talisker, Bowmore and 18 year old Singleton
80 jorge_68 (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 02:59 pm
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81 malen (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 03:19 pm Report abuse
63 you went to a place that was “wild and FREE”????? wild may be, but not free, it had argentinian authorities, an arg governor.
82 golfcronie (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 03:32 pm Report abuse
@ 80
Looks like you are the one that is ignorant. There is no need for bad language or offensive attitude on this excellent news paper. At least WE have FREEDOM OF SPEECH. I could call Cameron anything I like to his face and nothing would happen. You could not say the same.
83 CaptainSilver (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 03:34 pm Report abuse
Can you Rg retards please request some intelligent Rgs to have a look at Mercopress and leave some comments, you lot are so dim, and so unaware of anything about the world outside your own borders, that you are no fun for us at all! It's like trying to have a serious discussion in a donkey sanctuary.

Oh! I got it! He haw, he haw, he haw haw? How's that? What noise do lamas make, we could try that if you don't understand donkey noises?
84 José Malvinero (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 03:36 pm Report abuse
It is not precisely the case of the Republic of Ireland to cut to fire and sword the English yoke. I hope Scotland do the same and send her to carajo to “Gracious Majesty”!
85 LEPRecon (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 03:41 pm Report abuse
@83 - Sussie

Yet another name?

Well if Argentina doesn't like the UK feel free to break diplomatic relations.

That's what you want isn't it?

No it isn't. What you want is for the UK to break the diplomatic relations so you can crawl to the rest of the world and cry about how the 'nasty' British are picking on you.

Your foreign ministers amateurish antics in the UK made it blindingly obvious what he wanted.

But we British aren't as gullible as you Argentines. We know what you want, and deny it to you. Then you flounder as your transparent plan didn't come to fruition, so you start with the histrionics that makes you look even more foolish, amarteurish and out of your depths.

Keep up the good work.

The current Argentine government is the best advertisment to the world as to why the Falklands should never be cede to Argentina.
86 kelperabout (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 04:10 pm Report abuse
81 malen (#)
Hate to disapoint you but the atempt to settle on British soil by Argentines then was elegal and you know it. Anyway for your information the small Argentine Population that were living on the islands with exception of a couple of families stayed and can be traced right through to todays people. The only people who were asked to leave and did were the Argentine military. If they felt they had been wrongfully dismissed then why was it 90 years later before Argentina decided to start claiming them again. Also remember 81 malen (#)
that your ancestors took what is Argentina buy force from the indegenous people and have been trying to remove our people ever since. No matter how you preach your story your telling so many lies is it any wonder your so unpopular in any world standing. Even failed to pay your international debts that is how low you go. We Islanders deffinatly do not want to be a part of that system thank you very much.
87 HansNiesund (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 05:00 pm Report abuse
@85

So you're quite happy with self-determination for Scotland and Ireland, but not for the Falkland Islands?
88 gay from London (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 05:11 pm Report abuse
i am so happy I can legally marry all the men from the UK Team!
89 expat (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 05:24 pm Report abuse
Para un Kelper no hay nada mejor que otro Kelper
90 CaptainSilver (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 05:30 pm Report abuse
#85 Read it again... (#83) I am simply asking the Rgs to send intelligent beings here... I am from Oxfordshire where I am sitting now. Nothing to do with Sussie. But, someone did 'clone' my name by missing out the space.

Calm down dear!
91 toooldtodieyoung (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 05:51 pm Report abuse
38 Tito The Clown Troll

Wow!!! When you are wrong you really go for it don't you!!! None of this , being a little bit wrong..... You just dive striaght in the “I couldn't be any more wrong if I tried” end don't you!!!!

88 gay from London

Oh ( sigh ) Hello sussieUS...............again
92 golfcronie (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 06:04 pm Report abuse
@88
Happy to oblige but hope you are not bi-sexual, I do not want any nasty diseases
93 briton (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 06:10 pm Report abuse
We reported this yesterday,
The fact remains, that is islands are British through freedom of choice, and thus wishes to have nothing to do with argentina CFK ,

The fact that CFK and her governments refuses to have this, shows what a dictatorship they run,

The more they bully , threaten , intimidate , and harass, the more , the islander want nothing to do with them,
You would have thought in the 21sst century argentina would have grown up by now,
Sadly then she will end up with nothing,
Even as deluded as her bloggers persist in it,
They have nothing,
They will get nothing,
Full stop.
94 liza (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 06:10 pm Report abuse
@90 CHARLATAN
no one gives a damn where you are “sitting now”
the UK Team are CLOWNS!
95 Think (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 06:28 pm Report abuse
TWIMC

Ohhhhh……….Poooooor small “bully bullied” British sausages...............

Is Argentina really “bully bullying” you?

Is Argentina (25’th largest economy) “bullying” little Britain (7’th largest economy)?

Are those mean 40 million Argie-Bargies “bullying” Little Britain’s 60 millions Crown Subjects?

Are those “Very Cheapo” Argie-Bargie Armed Farces “bullying” Little Britain’s “Mucho Expensivo” Armed Farces?

Are the “O” Argie-Bargie nuclear weapons intimidating Little Britain’s “185” nuclear warheads?

Whiiners…
Grow a pair…
Yours sincerely…
El Argie-Bargie Bully Think…
96 AB_90 (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 06:33 pm Report abuse
@93
the fact is that the UK did wrong to resume diplomatic relations with Argentina after 1982.
YOU and the “UK TEAM” don't like Argentina and argentinians.
Has nothing to do with CFK
By the way, CFK biography worth $5 millons dollars
,,,,,,much more than your bloody rubbish life!
97 briton (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 06:38 pm Report abuse
confused,
you will be lol.
98 golfcronie (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 06:40 pm Report abuse
Juan Manuel de Rosas rule was filled with violence ,he killed his opponents and anyone else who would not support him.( recent history 1982 Galtieri did the same )He was overthrown in 1852 and spent the rest of his life in exile. Guess where? ENGLAND. ( must have been gone there for the excellent benefits )
Must have been a labour Government then.
99 toooldtodieyoung (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 06:43 pm Report abuse
95 Think

oh dear, oh dear..............

If you were trying to bully Britain, we would hand you your ass, on a plate.

No..... Those cowardly, bottom feeding, low lifes ( Argentines ) are “trying” to bully 3,000 Falkland Islanders.

But El Think-me-not, that's ok, we can put up with that, ha, ha!! Being ”Bullied by Argentina is a bit like someone trying to batter you to death with a feather pillow. You know? it's not in the least bit lethal, but it does get annoying after a while!!!!

Do you want me to shorten the odds for you STILL FURTHER??? El Think-me-not????

40 million Argies Vs 3,000 Falkland Islanders and you STILL HAVEN'T WON!!!

When are you going to win? I mean seriously, my mentally challenged friend, if 40 Milion Argies can't win against 3,000 Britsih then who can they win against?

No, scratch that, a better question would be:-

If 40 Milion Argies can't win against 3,000 Britsih then who is going to take you seriously?

You should stop before you really embarass yourselves, on second throughts don't stop, it's so funny watching you FAIL on a daily basis.....
100 Think (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 06:44 pm Report abuse
TWIMC

Ohhhhh……….Poooooor small “bully bullied” British sausages...............

Is Argentina really “bully bullying” you?

Is Argentina (25’th largest economy) “bullying” little Britain (7’th largest economy)?

Are those mean 40 million Argie-Bargies “bullying” Little Britain’s 60 millions Crown Subjects?

Are those “Very Cheapo” Argie-Bargie Armed Farces “bullying” Little Britain’s “Mucho Expensivo” Armed Farces?

Are the “O” Argie-Bargie nuclear weapons intimidating Little Britain’s “185” nuclear warheads?

Whiiners…
Grow a pair…
Yours sincerely…
El Argie-Bargie Bully Think…
101 AB_90 (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 06:46 pm Report abuse
@97
YOU ARE CRAZY!
You called Argentina ,,,,,“a banana republic”,,,,,,,,,
the UK Team keeps insulting argentinian citizens,,,,,,
and YOU and the UK wants to keep “diplomatic relations” with my country ?
lISTEN BLOODY RUBBISH ARSE:
I AM READY FOR WAR IF IS NECESSARY TO BREAK THE UK DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS WITH MY ARGENTINA!
102 briton (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 06:46 pm Report abuse
bullying” little Britain
and an even smaller tiny islands,
bullies.
103 toooldtodieyoung (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 06:49 pm Report abuse
100 Think-me-not

Thinking is something that everyone else does, isn't it???

Remember El Think-me-not, there are 3 types of special:-

1/ There is the “special” that is swinging in through embassy windows and freeing hostages

2/ There is the special that asks “You want Fries with that dude?”

3/ There is special needs................

So now you know, which one are you?
104 Think (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 06:49 pm Report abuse
TWIMC

Ohhhhh……….Poooooor small “bully bullied” British sausages...............

Is Argentina really “bully bullying” you?

Is Argentina (25’th largest economy) “bullying” little Britain (7’th largest economy)?

Are those mean 40 million Argie-Bargies “bullying” Little Britain’s 60 millions Crown Subjects?

Are those “Very Cheapo” Argie-Bargie Armed Farces “bullying” Little Britain’s “Mucho Expensivo” Armed Farces?

Are the “O” Argie-Bargie nuclear weapons intimidating Little Britain’s “185” nuclear warheads?

Whiiners…
Grow a pair…
Yours sincerely…
El Argie-Bargie Bully Think…
105 AB_90 (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 06:50 pm
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106 briton (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 06:51 pm Report abuse
now you are confused,
told ya so,

an
apple pie without custard.
m
107 AB_90 (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 06:55 pm Report abuse
@106
DIE BASTARD DIE!
108 briton (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 06:57 pm Report abuse
not familiar with Kirchner, this woman is a mafia-style criminal, a populist political hustler

Learn more: www.naturalnews.com/039030_Argentina_Cristina_Kirchner_price_freeze.html#ixzz2KcOMn3ST

right up your street,
ha ha
109 Leiard (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 07:05 pm Report abuse
*107 Sussie Nostrolldamus the 1st retard
110 AB_90 (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 07:07 pm Report abuse
@108
ARGENTINA IS NOT YOUR COUNTRY
111 briton (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 07:07 pm Report abuse
is she Dante Dovenas daughter perhaps
112 Orbit (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 07:08 pm Report abuse
Did you hear CFK now wants to “democratise” the legal system? Am presuming this means that as she was elected by a democratic vote [grin] she should be in charge of the legal system.

p.s. Love the opening paragraph:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Democratization
113 golfcronie (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 07:09 pm Report abuse
@96
No-one is anti- Argentinians its just your Government that is C***p, You must have voted for it ,you will have to live with it.
@101
Don't be rediculous, be careful what you wish for, I would be more concerned about your neighbours if I were you. You were going to attack Chile, but decided on THE FALKLANDS. You loser.
114 briton (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 07:09 pm Report abuse
110
its not your either,
115 Doveoverdover (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 07:10 pm Report abuse
@62 and @65 You two should get together and work through your mutually exclusive delusions.

You can start with:
“Confirming their continued status within the UK”
and
“ NOT a UK possession, but a SELF-GOVERNING British Overseas Territory”
116 briton (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 07:13 pm Report abuse
110
y r u a chinaman.
117 AB_90 (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 07:21 pm Report abuse
ARGENTINA IS MY COUNTRY
ANTI-BRITISH F O R E V E R!
118 briton (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 07:23 pm Report abuse
but you are NOT Argentinian.

22 AB_90

Congratulations,

You are the only none argie on here tonight, to have passed the coveted argentine intelligence test,

.lolololol
119 reality check (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 07:25 pm Report abuse
Oh dear! she's being natsy again. That's not a typing error by the way.
120 AB_90 (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 07:34 pm Report abuse
@ 118 ISOLDE
YOU CAN TRASPASS MY WEB SITE WITH YOUR “COMPUTER SKILLS”
BUT CANNOT THINK WHO IS AB_9o
THE UK TEAM CANNOT STOP ME!
121 reality check (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 07:39 pm Report abuse
No the nurses are going to walk into her padded room any second now and do it for us!
122 liza (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 07:41 pm Report abuse
Merco-british crap-Press is a joke!
123 briton (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 07:44 pm Report abuse
poor joe 90,
he she has no clue as to who she her him is,
confused,
she he her is .lol.
124 golfcronie (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 07:44 pm Report abuse
@120
I think you are in GREAT BRITAIN sponging off our wonderful benefits, good innit? What benefits would the FALKLAND ISLANDERS get if they voted NO to the REFERENDUM . Good Lord it is only 26 days to go. Gosh doesn't time fly, unlike your airforce.
125 briton (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 07:49 pm Report abuse
120=THINK WHO IS AB_9o
you do surprise us.
126 Doveoverdover (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 07:57 pm Report abuse
@124 The benefit of voting No in the Referendum will be a FIG supported opportunity to discuss, in a responsible way, what the options for decolonisation are. This is necessary because the status quo isn't acceptable to the UN GA in this the third International Decade for the Eradication of Colonialism. A plan to get the UK off the hook it placed itself on with the Crown Colonies is what is needed, not more of the same outdated colonialism. A NO Vote will open up the options of full integration into the UK and independence, one of which is clearly needed to “rob the argentine” of that tedious C24 pressure point.
127 Anglotino (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 08:00 pm Report abuse
It's quite funny that both Think and Doveoverdover are off their game on the same day and the same article.

Think can't think of anything to write.... cut and paste will do! The troll's best friend.

Doveoverdover keeps putting words in my mouth that I never said. He probably feels he can only am an argument if he actually changes what I say.
128 Joe Bloggs (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 08:14 pm Report abuse
127

Hey Anglotino. Always good to see you.

I gave Think the benefit of the doubt and tried telling myself his computer was jammed and kept randomly posting the same thing. As for the commander, did you know he has decided I'm one of your fellow countrymen? I could handle a bit of that. Where would we go first for a night out? Somewhere Australian? How about outside at the Brekky Ck, sucking on a muddy washed down by a Bundy? You beauty!

BTW, have I told you that at the upcoming internationally recognised and internationally supervised referendum I plan on voting YES?

That's if the commander doesn't have it stopped. He might explain to William Hague that we are the possession of the UK and simply have it stopped. If we are the possession of the UK I wonder if that means someone from the UK can just waltz in and take my house? It must mean something. I mean, otherwise, what's the point of it?

What deadbeats.

Chuckle chuckle
129 green_68 (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 08:16 pm Report abuse
well, I hear the islanders crying again!
guuuuuua guuuuuua guuuuuuuuuuaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
we are scare of the argies, please help!
130 briton (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 08:23 pm Report abuse
and to think we were gona send you a velentines card,
well you can forget that, ya nasty little man.

we will send it to CFK insted [not] lol.
131 green_68 (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 08:27 pm Report abuse
@130
ISOLDE
you are worthless!
132 toooldtodieyoung (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 08:30 pm Report abuse
128 Joe Bloggs

You give think far too much credit. El think-me-not has run out of arguments.

Doveoverdover is off on his own little world and sussieUS at 129???

Nuff said.....................
133 briton (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 08:33 pm Report abuse
131 green_68
We hate to correct a genius,
But in ludo,
You need to first throw a six, then turn immediately left when you leave the gate,
Not right,
mmmm
.
134 Doveoverdover (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 08:35 pm Report abuse
@128 Just to be clear, I think you are a British Citizen not an Australian. You must be or you wouldn't be in a position to vote in the forthcoming election. You could be telling porkies, of course. You do have form in that regard after all.

As for cancelling the internationally ignored and unsupervised Referendum, clearly tht isn't going to happen. The Uk Government, the FCO and your Governor were all wrong footed by your parish councillors on that one. The Government only does U Turns on important things like inheritance tax and GCSEs and not on trivia like consultative referendain distant colonies.
135 GeoffWard2 (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 08:38 pm Report abuse
I posted elsewhere that the Game that is being played in the South Atlantic was a Texas Holdem, with the Milky Bar Kid holding an unbeatable hand.

But I guess it's more sophisticated than that .... like Contract Bridge,
where the Kid and his Protector play out a combined game with low vulnerability and a 7NT bid; changing the lead player as circumstances dictate.
Auctions, contracts, bids ... it's just like the real world of international business; big beasts and little fishes, friends and enemies, Mercosurs and EUs.

“The Milky Bars are on us, Governor!”
136 briton (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 08:40 pm Report abuse
Meanwhile
Back on blogg
Argentina is still a bully,
And the Falklands are still British,

And the referendum will go ahead,
And there is nothing anyone can do about it.

.
137 reality check (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 08:40 pm Report abuse
Scared of Argentina, don't make me laugh, after the 1982 pathetic litte effort showed them up for 4th rate nation they are they are. No one, but no one is scared of Argentian. NO ONE!
138 briton (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 08:45 pm Report abuse
not even iceland lol.
139 LEPRecon (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 08:57 pm Report abuse
@134 - DOD

When the Falklands hold their internationally recognised and democratically legal referendum, will you cry?

Will you cry because your La Campora paymasters will stop buying you cheap plonk?

Well it's the referendum in March, then off to the UN in April to insist that the Falklands are removed from the corrupt decolonisation list, because they will have achieved one of the outcomes outlined by the UN, and will no longer be considered a colony (which they haven't been since the mid-1980's).

No more pay packet for you, my La Campora friend, you'll have to go out and get a job, assuming there are any to have in your ruined economy.

Poor DOD, fighting against the rule of common sense and democracy. Fighting against the rule of International law.

Your desperation is so apparent, it's laughable. :)
140 Anglotino (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 08:58 pm Report abuse
Doveoverdover

I'm driving to work. You do the math on time zones! Just got Maccas on Bell Street and driving to Craigieburn.

LOL not an Aussie. You really are scraping the bottom of the barrel. We're exactly did I state I could vote in any referendum? My next vote will be to turf out Gillard.

LMFGAO!
141 liza (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 09:04 pm
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142 briton (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 09:06 pm Report abuse
139
before i go to the island in the sky,

i say =
why ask us we are not the goverment,
why you no ask the goverment,

you know not why we do it, so ask your own goverment,
all we know, is mr camaron says we are all friends,
we talk , we trade , we meet , we even go to the g8 together,

but we dont dont shout,
shhhhhh.
143 golfcronie (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 09:09 pm Report abuse
@126
You being an intelligent person knows that that is not going to happen. As the Americans would say “ We have covered all the bases” SELF DETERMINATION is only 26 days away.
144 Orbit (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 09:12 pm Report abuse
sussie @142, @139 - why are you talking to yourself ?
145 Think (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 09:12 pm Report abuse
(134) Mr. McDod
You better go easy on Anglotino (see 141)....
He is so enamoured of himself that he “Thinks” everybody is talking to him ;-)

(135) GeoffWard
What a lot of Bridgy Finesser....
We should play one day...
146 briton (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 09:13 pm Report abuse
meanwhile as Hague accuses Argentina of “bullying
will CFK reply to this,

or will she send the tinman to reply.
147 agent999 (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 09:13 pm Report abuse
I see the puppet masters are working overtime with their finger puppets.

DOD -
Drop your pretence about being British, it may convince your fellow Argentinians, but no one else.

“The internationally ignored and unsupervised Referendum” again is only in your warped mind and only believed by your fellow Argentinians.
148 liza (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 09:17 pm Report abuse
@ 143
the UK PM Cameron is the one that say “we are all friends”?
uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuujajaja
YOU BETTER SHUT UP CRAZY BRITISH ARSE!
149 briton (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 09:32 pm Report abuse
are all you nasty little hitlers so rude,

define shut up in two words or go to sleep.
some people have to get up early in the morning to fly jet planes.
..................
150 Joe Bloggs (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 09:39 pm Report abuse
Jesus Christ! Anglotino wasn't half wrong when he said you bloody Malvinistas are off your game today. What's wrong boys? Didn't Maximo send you today's scripts yet? Is it a public holiday in Argentina today or something. Or is it the news that your great holiness has thrown in the towel?

I hope Maximo doesn't read that Anglotino is chewing on some Maccas for breakfast; he might bite one of your hands off.

I tell you what Commander. You got so many things wrong in your last post addressed to me that I nearly wet myself. I would point your errors out but for two reasons. Firstly, you'd just argue and say I was wrong. Secondly, it's fucking hilarious letting everyone see how wrong you have it.

Oh, and I loved the bit about us Kelpers pulling the wool over UK Inc's eyes. That's the funniest thing I've heard since the first few times I read you and your chum Think try to convince everyone that you are a retired UK military officer of high standing.

141 Anglotino
Hope you enjoyed your Egg McMuffin or whatever it was you had. I think I know Bell St. Does it go through Coburg in the northern suburbs? Can't place Craigieburn though. I should look it up but sometimes when I do that I lose all of the post I'm writing. I tell you one thing: I am something to watch with awe when it comes to IT! LOL! NOT!
151 reality check (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 09:41 pm Report abuse
Friends with you lot, now I know your crazy!
Shut up you crazy British ass.!!!!!!!!!
There you go love, saved you the job.
152 briton (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 09:49 pm Report abuse
They must be camels=?

they have always got the hump when they come on here. lol.
153 liza (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 09:54 pm Report abuse
@ 150
SHUT UP! DON'T TALK!
JACK THE RIPPER!
154 golfcronie (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 09:55 pm Report abuse
I understand that we deployed the MARINES in the SOUTH GEORGIA ISLANDS
Only one ( but enough ) But Argentina be afraid , very afraid
155 briton (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 09:57 pm Report abuse
ah susy susy,

susy woosy went to play,
kissed the girls and turned them gay,
when the boys came out to play,
susy susy ran away.

please can you define shut up.
156 liza (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 10:05 pm Report abuse
AGAIN?
SHUT UP IS A DIRECT COMMAND TO KEEP A PERSON QUITE:
D O N O T T A L K
OF COURSE,
THE BRITS DON'T UNDERSTAND AMERICAN ENGLISH
GO TO HELL JACK THE RIPPER
157 briton (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 10:10 pm Report abuse
Some Argies are great,
You 157 are crap
You open ya legs and big ears flap,
Your tongue wiggle but still spits sharp
So please drop dead,
And play with your harp.
////////////////////////////////////////////
When you say [shut up]
Do you mean shut up, or stop talking,
And if we stop talking how can you hear us,

Still
You shout and shout
But nobody hears you,
You scream and scream but still no body hears you,
And the bogy man is coming woooahhh.
.
158 golfcronie (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 10:19 pm Report abuse
LIZA
Jack the Ripper did not kill many. Your COUNTRY over the years has killed thousands ( How many fell off planes in the 80's ) How many conscipts were sent to die in the FALKLANDS ( we did not start it )
159 briton (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 10:20 pm Report abuse
159 golfcronie
carefull mate, she will start screaming at you next,

perhaps she needs an asprin.lol.
160 golfcronie (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 10:26 pm Report abuse
157
No such thing as American English. It is English American because like the FALKLANDS we colonised both countries ( tongue in cheek )
Only kidding My love
161 liza (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 10:26 pm Report abuse
I TELL YOU HOW STUPID YOU ARE !
I TELL YOU YOU ARE A BLOODY RUBBISH ARSE!
I AM HERE TO STAY LIKE IT OR NOT!
NOBODY HEARS ME?
YOU DO!
WHO PAYS ATTENTION ON YOUR COMMENTS?
NOW HE SAID 'SOME ARGIES ARE GREAT'
YOU SAID ALL ARGIES BELONGS TO ARGENTINA ' “the banana republic”
BUT NOW HE CHANGES HIS MIND....SAYING SOME ”ARGIES ARE GREAT'
uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuujajaja!
162 Anglotino (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 10:36 pm Report abuse
@146 Think

Yes I made a mistake! I’m man enough to admit it. I misread the line number. Shouldn’t reply on the iPhone while driving.

Keep up your good work, it totally reflects on your country.

@ 128 Hey Joe. Long time no chat!

As you can see I did read that he THINKS you are an Aussie by my misdirected reply. What's so funny; he somehow thinks this belittles or demeans you. LMAO. Must be hard on poor old DoD to understand that both our countries are made up of immigrants.

I know why DoD is bitter. FIG declined his application to move there. Probably found his CV as phoney as we do….. FIG learnt a lesson regarding phoney CVs – perhaps DoD wanted to study penguins too!

So you are voting YES in the internationally recognised and internationally supervised referendum that is being held? Wow!

Have you thought this out? The ramifications? According to Argentina you can’t/shouldn’t/won’t vote…. You don’t have rights to do that….. Though also according to Argentina all your rights will be protected by them. Like the Mapuche.

Well I am glad you have weighed up the options. Continuation of your lifestyle and government and standard of living or being part of Argentina….

Yes I also don’t understand his new line of reasoning that the Islands are a “possession” of the UK.

And it was a Egg McMuffin – good call. It’s funny I saw a picture of Maximo last night for the first time and I didn’t realise who he was at first. I thought he was a really ugly female! Cristina’s little gordito!

The Malvinistas really are off their game recently. I’m not sure what is going on. A purge perhaps?

And yes Bell St does go through Coburg. I try to avoid Sydney Rd for as long as possible so take the backstreets. We had an Argentinean guest for dinner last night and I slept in. Craigieburn is the last suburb in the north before the Back of Bourke. Where I work isn’t even on Google Maps yet but finish next week to start uni.

Keep up the good work! My shout when we meet here or there!
163 golfcronie (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 10:41 pm Report abuse
@162
Calm down dear , Is that all you are capable of, screaming and shouting. At least have something useful to say. Do you want to buy any $s I have thousands, exchange rate has to be about 10 ARS to 1$ I'am afraid.
Actually no-one knows who you are talking to.
You have to put @ and then a number Darling
164 Doveoverdover (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 10:54 pm Report abuse
@163 Let me explain why I know the Islands are a possession. It goes something like this:

The Constitution of the Falkland Islands is a UK Statutory Instrument. The Statutory Instrument takes authority from the UK British Settlements Acts of 1887 and 1945. The former begins with the words:

Whereas divers of Her Majesty’s subjects have resorted to and settled in, and may hereafter resort to and settle in, divers places where there is no civilised government, and such settlements have become or may hereafter become possessions of Her Majesty....

It follows that they are a possession.

G'night Blue.
165 golfcronie (#) Feb 11th, 2013 - 11:04 pm Report abuse
@166
It follows that they are a posession. Absolutely correct. The FALKLANDS are the posession of the FALKLANDERS
CHEERS
166 Captain P0ppy (#) Feb 12th, 2013 - 12:00 am
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167 golfcronie (#) Feb 12th, 2013 - 12:13 am Report abuse
@168
A yankee yeah right
Even the Americans can afford shoes tou numtie
168 Si (#) Feb 12th, 2013 - 12:53 am Report abuse
167@ he's not really a Yank, he's an argentine disguised as a Yank
169 Terence Hill (#) Feb 12th, 2013 - 01:10 am Report abuse
166 Captain P0ppy
166 Captain P0ppy

“i'm a barefooted yankee!!!!”

As Canadian that worked in an industry over forty years with Americans I have never heard one of them use that expression. So while I don't know what nationality you are, I for certain know you are not an American period
170 HB_BB (#) Feb 12th, 2013 - 01:23 am Report abuse
enough of this crap
islands or no islands
CFK or no CFK
ARGENTINA IS ANTI-BRITISH!
VIVA A R G E N T I N A!
171 jonas_Bs.As. (#) Feb 12th, 2013 - 03:49 am Report abuse
@170
yes, you are right!
CFK or no CFK
good economy or bad economy
A R G E N T I N A IS ANTI-BRITISH
VIVA NUESTRA PATRIA!
172 Anglotino (#) Feb 12th, 2013 - 04:47 am Report abuse
Is it just me or has the troll count jumped several degrees in the last few days? Funnily enough almost one month exactly before the Falkland Island referendum.

What La Campora doesn't realise is; the more comments on an article (including the same troll using dozens of aliases), the more likely the article will appear in search results like Google.

So these trolls are actually publicising the referendum MORE.

Thanks guys! Keep up the good work.
173 DanyBerger (#) Feb 12th, 2013 - 04:54 am Report abuse
@Angola Latino

About what referendum are you talking about?
174 Doveoverdover (#) Feb 12th, 2013 - 06:42 am Report abuse
@165 You seem to be making a habit of getting ahead of yourself. As for your assertion, I'm happy to say that one of the principles that guides the UK is the Rule of Law. Being British, I much prefer the written word in two Acts of Parliament and a Statutory Instrument over your inane ramblings when it comes to determining the the status of the Falkland Islands.
175 agent999 (#) Feb 12th, 2013 - 09:13 am Report abuse
174 Doveoverdover

Never mind how many times you try to convince everyone that you are British, the only one who pretends to believe you is Think
176 golfcronie (#) Feb 12th, 2013 - 09:27 am Report abuse
@174
Possession is nine tenths of the law. The UN certainly think that the FALKLANDS are an OVERSEAS TERRITORY of the UK. I do not think for one minute that you are British, why would you need to broadcast it. Do you know what nationality I am?
177 Cloudwarrior (#) Feb 12th, 2013 - 09:41 am Report abuse
@173 Hey Dany see you are having problems with my name; totally understandable! It nearly always happens to people with limited intelligence.

There's no referendum you need to worry about.... no need to comment or anything.

You just stick with your finger painting mate!
178 Doveoverdover (#) Feb 12th, 2013 - 10:36 am Report abuse
@176 No and I don't care to know either.
179 Steveu (#) Feb 12th, 2013 - 11:23 am Report abuse
It's all got a bit silly lately!

Maybe in true Kenny Everett tradition she should used Cupid_Stunt as her handle!
180 reality check (#) Feb 12th, 2013 - 12:28 pm Report abuse
Well she does post it, all it all ithe best possible taste!
181 briton (#) Feb 12th, 2013 - 06:52 pm Report abuse
still ?
182 HB_BB (#) Feb 12th, 2013 - 11:18 pm Report abuse
WILLIAM HAGUE LOOKS LIKE A BIG PIG WITH WHITE PUBIC HAIR
183 HH_Bb (#) Feb 12th, 2013 - 11:30 pm Report abuse
and Briton fucks him all the time!
184 Falklands are British (#) Feb 13th, 2013 - 12:14 am Report abuse
Pissed again?
185 golfcronie (#) Feb 13th, 2013 - 12:23 am Report abuse
@182,@183
Stop showing off. Not everyone can have an Argentinian education. You must be very proud of it.
186 Troy Tempest (#) Feb 13th, 2013 - 12:31 am Report abuse
@184Falklands are British

“Pissed again?”

Probably, The last time Sussie drank gin and posted:

“, I am Susana Brown.
I do live in US. I came here to escape from my town in Patagonia. I grew up there but when was I very just being sexually active girl I was looked after by a Peruvian worker. He used to pick me up on way back from school. I didn’t like him first but then I like to call him papi. When I got pregnated for the first time by him my baby looked like a Peruvian. My parents sent me to USA. Here I have to work real hard turning lots of tricks, lots of man...sometimes 15 a day. But im proud, im gonna get back to Patagonia and buy some land better than the falklands.”
187 Falklands are British (#) Feb 13th, 2013 - 12:48 am Report abuse
I have read some of her postings and she does seem a one off and a bit psychotic. She is clearly pissed at times because some postings are (almost said rationale) slightly more coherent. I think she made the above up or maybe not. It all might be true and this has turned her into a sad case. Good luck to you anyway Susana (if you are reading). No offence and keep your chin up (and not your legs).
188 Troy Tempest (#) Feb 13th, 2013 - 01:43 am Report abuse
@Falklands are British

I think he is just a nutty attention-seeker, but this was an example of how deranged HE can get.
I have not included the particularly vulgar bits.

BTW, “ Sussie” also has an obsession with violent anal sex - a Pederast.

In other words, Sussie is a HE not a SHE.
189 Elenaeleainb (#) Feb 13th, 2013 - 03:18 am Report abuse
@188
you see NOTHING you can do!
why?
she is AMERICAN. the only usa citizen posting in merco-british crap-press.
190 Troy Tempest (#) Feb 13th, 2013 - 04:40 am Report abuse
@187 Falklands are british

“Sussie” is usually invisible too.

Sometimes I get this creepy cold feeling down my spine, like he is in the room, but I can't see or hear him.
191 golfcronie (#) Feb 13th, 2013 - 09:12 am Report abuse
25 days to the REFERENDUM
Nothing to debate at the moment. Shame that all this will come to end after 10/11 March. We will have to find something else to debate.
How about when are the Argies going to remove the thousands of mines left in the FALKLANDS ? They ought to remove them as a goodwill gesture so there is no illwill between ARG and FALK
192 DanyBerger (#) Feb 13th, 2013 - 10:32 am Report abuse
Poor Hague he is intimidating oh! oh! oh!
193 Clyde15 (#) Feb 13th, 2013 - 10:42 am Report abuse
#192
Of course he is not intimidating - that is an Argie trait. Mr.Hague is telling it as it is,.
Your bunch are trying to intimidate the Falkland Islanders. All our govt. is saying is that we will defend them from a bunch of swaggering bullies.
194 golfcronie (#) Feb 13th, 2013 - 11:14 am Report abuse
@192
Living in a shitty flat in London Dany, someone has to.
A correction for you ( on the other board ) your quote ” Of course not prince ( should read PRICE ) in UK will continue increase despite the recession” unquote.
Have you ever, repeat, ever known the cost of living going DOWN. Think about your statement.
195 DanyBerger (#) Feb 13th, 2013 - 11:22 am Report abuse
@golfcronie

Well what do you expect? I'm not English mother tongue and if you make a lot of mistakes how can I learn?

You have to led by example mate.

Well here I will fix the mistake.

In UK despite the recession Prince (sorry I mean price) will increase steady in the next years to come...
196 LEPRecon (#) Feb 13th, 2013 - 11:40 am Report abuse
@195 Dany

Ah Dany, showing your ignorance on even more subjects, are you?

Well what does any of your statements have to do with the Argentine government being a bunch of cowardly bullies?

But if you want to change the subject, how about this.

Argentine Government imposes price freezes on all large supermarkets.

Argentine people rush to buy food items (especially with long shelf-life) and stock up on them.

The supermarkets run out of food to sell, and they can't afford to buy new items as they haven't got enough money to do so, due to the price freeze.

This is followed by shortages, riots, devaluation, inflation and stagflation, and finally another default.

CFK and her cronies leg it to their waiting escape helicopters, and spend the rest of their lives living in luxury on the money they stole from the Argentine people.

The Argentine people are screwed, because this default is on all the money the government took from them (mainly their pensions), and Argentina is declared bankrupt.

Provinces start looking after themselves, and eventually say sod off to the rest of Argentina, and declare their independence or try to join another neighbouring country, such as Chile.

Argentina implodes, and eventually splits into a lawless group of Provinces reminisant of Somalia.

Brazil and Chile invade whats left of Argentina to restore law and order, and divide the country up between them.

Argentina becomes a mere memory, and a footnote in history on how not to run a country.

There, isn't it nice to know that you have all that to look forwards to? The icing on the cake is that you destroyed yourselves, no outside help required or needed. At least Tobias/Nostril/TTT will be happy. He's always saying that Argentina needs no one, and you certainly don't to destroy yourselves. :D
197 golfcronie (#) Feb 13th, 2013 - 11:43 am Report abuse
Hi Dany
Any snow in London yet?
“ You have to lead by example mate ” LED is past tense.
Happy you are willing to learn, now about your Government.......................
198 DanyBerger (#) Feb 13th, 2013 - 12:00 pm Report abuse
@LEPWrong

Are you going to make a movie mate?

Can I suggest the title?

What about....

Desires of a poor British expecting to become true?

Can I suggest for you movie a take with a lot effects like the yanks movies showing a big storm that sinks Argentina into the sea?

I guess that with that at least you will get 2000 spectators in a little Island with little houses Prefabricated shantytown style.

Well at least is something... Don’t you think so?

@golfcronie

Wow I’m so luck that I have my personal spell checker.

LED also a diode that emits light you know?
199 LEPRecon (#) Feb 13th, 2013 - 12:17 pm Report abuse
@198 - Dany

Ah but that is your future, especially if you allow the gangsters who call themselves your government to continue to destroy Argentina.

Its only a matter of time. Also you resort to name calling because you have no argument worth a damn. If Argentina has a valid sovereignty claim, then take it to the ICJ. If you won't then you should all STFU about the Falklands, because you are obviously not serious about them.

But lets get back onto the subject. Answer these questions?

Why are you so afraid of 3000 people?

Why are you afraid of democracy and the rule of international law?

Why are you afraid of self-determination?

Why do you support a bunch of crooks that care nothing for Argentina?

If you don't answer, Dany, everyone will know that you are a cowardly, facist, with no regard for human rights or the rule of international law.
200 golfcronie (#) Feb 13th, 2013 - 12:45 pm Report abuse
@198
”WOW I'm so luck ( lucky ) that I have my ( own ) personal spell checker”
Let me see, LED, would that be LIGHT EMITTING DIODE, more expensive than incandescent and fluorescent lamps. Can be used in Argentina ( if available but certainly expensive )when the lights go out , which I understand is most days.
201 DanyBerger (#) Feb 13th, 2013 - 04:04 pm Report abuse
@golfcronie

Expensive????
Argentina
Dichroic lamp: AR$49.99 x 4w x 40 w B/warm
articulo.mercadolibre.com.ar/MLA-448348450-lampara-led-dicroica-4x1w-gu10-led-4w-blanco-calido-_JM

Dichroic lamp: AR$59.99 x 1.3w x 50w B/warm
articulo.mercadolibre.com.ar/MLA-441612235-lampara-dicro-led-r-g-b-bajo-consumo-13w-econcepthomelled-_JM

Dichroic lamp: AR$54,50 x 4w Gu10 220v B/warm
articulo.mercadolibre.com.ar/MLA-448887102-lampara-led-tipo-dicroica-220v-gu10-4w-luz-calida-_JM

UK
Dichroic Lamp MR16 4w 12v LED Light Bulb GU5.3 Warm £5.98 = AR$ 46,7038
www.amazon.co.uk/Equivalent-Energy-Saving-Special-Available/dp/B005YH0S5G/ref=pd_sim_sbs_light_3/277-3642963-5524414

Dichroic Lamp 4 Watt Low Energy Led Low Voltage £4.50 = AR$35,145
www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-Econic-Energy-Voltage-Dichroic/dp/B004QL7EOO

Dichroic Lamp 4W Led MR16 Bulb 4x1W = 4w £7.99 =AR$62,40

www.amazon.co.uk/EDISON-White-Beats-Deal-stocks/dp/B003Z2WDIC/ref=pd_sim_sbs_light_16
202 golfcronie (#) Feb 13th, 2013 - 05:09 pm Report abuse
@201
Thanks for that Dany, I shall just pop in to the supermercado and buy a few then.
Shit, They do not work , NO POWER , wrong voltage anyway. Ok , back to the torch.
203 LEPRecon (#) Feb 14th, 2013 - 06:17 am Report abuse
@202 - golfcronie

Probably crap construction as well.

But we all know that the devaluation is coming soon, so there won't be much of anything on the shelves as people try to get rid of their worthless Peso's and buy something that they can trade/sell if they need too.

Dany is of course trying to divert the thread from Argentina's bullying actions regarding the Falkland Islands.

However, since there are now lawmakers in 2 South American countries who support the rights of the Falklanders, and an Argentine intellectual who basically says that the illegal Argentine invasion of 1982 has put a kabosh on any Argentine hopes of ever getting the Falklands, and with the referendum only a few weeks away; I expect that the rhetoric from the Argentine government will go into overdrive.

They direct their La Campora zombies to divert as many threads as possible, by posting the usual crap.

But it can't last forever. Tick, tock Argentina. Soon the Falklanders will tell the world what they want.

Thank you Argentina for advertising their referendum for them. It saved them the cost of advertising it themselves. :D
204 DanyBerger (#) Feb 14th, 2013 - 09:39 am Report abuse
@LEPRecon

Are you jocking?
205 LEPRecon (#) Feb 14th, 2013 - 11:52 am Report abuse
@204 - Dany

Am I jocking? I don't know what that means. Is it something Scottish? A jock strap? Who can say?

Dany, are you trying to divert the thread away from Argentina's bullying tactics?

The fact that a huge country like Argentina only feels 'manly' by trying to bully someone smaller and weaker than yourselves. Argentina picking on, and trying to steal the property of the Falkland Islanders. In 1982, you turned up and started pounding on the Falklands.

Of course you didn't count on the Falklands 'big brother' coming around and beating the sh!t out of you, did you?

Even now, you are wary of the Falklands big brother, refusing eye contact because they know that you are a coward and a bully.

But the UK's 'little brother' is growing up fast.

Soon they'll be 'moving out' and setting up shop on their own, but they know that they can always rely on their family for help, should it be required.

And all the bully Argentina can do is stand around an complain loudly about how they're not allowed to steal someone else's property.

But as I said above. Your foreign minister and UK ambassador have done a great job of advertising the Falkland Islands referendum to the world, while simultaneously showing the world why Argentina isn't a responsible country, and showing the international community that you disregard human rights when they become inconvenient to you, and therefore shouldn't be allowed anywhere near the Falklands.

So yes, thankyou Mr Timerman and Ms Castro, for helping the Islanders cause for freedom and self-determination. :D
206 downunder (#) Feb 15th, 2013 - 08:04 am Report abuse
205 LEPRecon

Your post sume up the situation perfectly, well said!

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