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A new low for Argentine Falkland Islands' sovereignty claim propagandists

Saturday, November 21st 2020 - 09:55 UTC
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By John Fowler (*) – The selective amnesia of successive Argentine governments never ceases to amaze. Last week, during universal rejoicing in the Falklands that the eleven year-long demining campaign had finally come to a successful conclusion, the Argentine Government was complaining about it in Geneva. Read full article

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  • Think

    TWIMC...

    - I think..., I'll wait and let them Anglo Turnip regulars embarrass themselves with their usual turnipy comments..., before answering..., to the best of my knowledge..., some of the most contentious points in this personal opinion piece by Mr. John Fowler...

    I want though to clearly state that..., IMHO..., this personal opinion piece by Engrish Mr. John Fowler..., trying to besmirch and politicize the Argentinean involvment and participation in this humanitarian triumph of a Red Cross tripartite effort..., far from bringing shame upon the Malvinas/Falklands population and local government..., is proof and testimony of the freedom of expression currently existent in them windblown Isles...

    EXACTLY THE SAME AS the personal opinion piece by Argie Ms. Castelanelli and “Agenda Malvinas”..., trying to besmirch and politicize the Engrish involvment and participation in this humanitarian triumph of a Red Cross tripartite effort..., far from bringing shame upon the Argentinean population and government..., is proof and testimony of the freedom of expression currently existent in me dear young Argentina...

    Capisce...?

    Nov 21st, 2020 - 10:32 am - Link - Report abuse -8
  • Freddy Worldwide

    I turn again to Aldous Huxley for comfort: “Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored.”

    Nov 21st, 2020 - 10:51 am - Link - Report abuse +6
  • Dirk Dikkler

    “Think”, No Comment is Required, maybe Live up to Your Name and Think before You Type !!

    Nov 21st, 2020 - 10:57 am - Link - Report abuse +7
  • Trimonde

    Thanks @Think. Always a refreshingly different perspective!
    There are just so many things that are completely different about this post war confrontationist condition between two countries in the world, that really, the Falkland/ Malvinas Islands sovereignty dispute should be a case study project for international politics and warfare in university. It so poignantly exhibits the poorest most self centered and rancorous aspects of human nature, that I feel if we were to learn through it more about our human short comings in regards to war and our sense of territorial importance, and in turn take advantage of its minute scale in world history to produce innovative healing solutions for a permanent outcome, I think many of us could become pioneers in new world prescriptions for ending wars crisis and confrontations in the world.
    What disappoints me about this issue in particular, is that it has been restricted by the British to be the only field of dialogue between these two countries in a post war situation, where usually anywhere else in history, when two countries attempt to patch up and recuperate from a “war encounter”, they normally find many other aspects of dialogue that are considered as important if not more, in need of reconstruction. Or as I wrote in another commentary: “A mi personalmente me da mucha bronca que ellos dirigiendo el trafico de información con cuando ser congeniales y cuando no, hayan canalizado en el único lugar de mutuo dialogo la exhumación de los caídos. Y no tantas otras cosas también importantes, si no mas, que debería ser el caso reanudar o al menos re establecer entre dos países que buscan sanar una guerra pasada. Es instrumental para ellos porque eligen sus excepciones por los impactos psicológicos que generan, ”pobres Argentinos rogando ver sus muertos“ vs ”nobles y grandes ingleses que lo conceden“, pierdan cuidado que sí, ellos piensan en esas cosas.”

    Nov 21st, 2020 - 01:28 pm - Link - Report abuse -6
  • darragh

    Situation normal then -

    'Think' trying to justify the unjustifiable and 'Trimonde' writing incomprehensible bollocks.

    To quote my old Granny (again) - 'you can't argue with stupid'.

    Nov 21st, 2020 - 02:40 pm - Link - Report abuse +4
  • Dirk Dikkler

    @“Trimonde”, it is only Argentina that perpetuates its (Spurious) Claim the Islanders just want to Live in Peace and get on with there Daily Lives, until then Argentina is just wasting its time trying to get the Islands but I suppose it makes for a Good distraction from its own Economic Woes.

    Nov 21st, 2020 - 03:40 pm - Link - Report abuse +3
  • Think

    Well..., well..., well...

    Seeing that them Anglo Turnips have nothing to say..., I'll answer..., to the best of my knowledge..., the first contentious point of this personal opinion piece by Mr. John Fowler...:

    He says...:
    ***“ What was not mentioned, oddly enough, was that the 25,000 or so anti-personnel and ant-tank mines destroyed in the Falklands, were laid by Argentina forces in 1982, a year about which they obviously have only very patchy recall. ”***

    I say...:
    I Think it is Mr. John Fowler that has a “very patchy recall”...
    I refer to page number 9 of the Joint UK-Argentina ”FIELD SURVEY TO EXAMINE THE FEASIBILITY OF CLEARING LANDMINES IN THE FALKLAND ISLANDS (ISLAS MALVINAS)“ cranfield University, 9 July 2007 where it says...:
    8MSP-Item 10-18Nov2007-Cranfield-IV-en.pdf
    ***” THE ARGENTINE GOVERNMENT has REPORTED to the United Nations THAT SOME 20,000 anti-personnel MINES and 5,000 anti-vehicle MINES were LAID BY ITS ARMED FORCES during the conflict which took place on the Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas) in 1982. Most were laid on the approaches to Port Stanley, but others were laid in and around the settlements of Goose Green, Fox Bay and Port Howard, and in the coves of the Murrell Peninsula.”***
    8MSP-Item 10-18Nov2007-Cranfield-IV-en.pdf

    ( Answer No. 2..., after the Anglo Turnip break... ;-)))

    Nov 21st, 2020 - 06:30 pm - Link - Report abuse -6
  • Don Alberto

    @ Dirk Dikkler Shrinkbrai - who for unknown reasons calld himself THINK - is unable to do exactly that, he just blabbers.

    Who cares what a mental case and red fascist like Adriana Castelanelli says or writes?

    On an other note:

    When the discussion is about the Falkland Islanders' right to self-determination, this is of interest:
    ”Recognizing that all available options for self-determination of the Territories are valid as long as they are in accordance with the freely expressed wishes of the peoples concerned and in conformity with the clearly defined principles contained in General Assembly resolutions 1514 (XV) of 14 December 1960, 1541 (XV) of 15 December 1960 and other resolutions of the Assembly, ... Recognizing that the specific characteristics and the aspirations of the peoples of the Territories require flexible, practical and innovative approaches to the options of self-determination, without any prejudice to territorial size, geographical location, size of population or natural resources, ... Convinced that the wishes and aspirations of the peoples of the Territories should continue to guide the development of their future political status and that referendums, free and fair elections and other forms of popular consultation play an important role in ascertaining the wishes and aspirations of the people, ... 1. Reaffirms the inalienable right of the peoples of the Territories to self-determination, in conformity with the Charter of the United Nations and with General Assembly resolution 1514 (XV), containing the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples;
    2. Also reaffirms that, in the process of decolonization, there is no alternative to the principle of self-determination, which is also a fundamental human right, as recognized under the relevant human rights conventions;“
    ”General Assembly Resolution A/RES/63/108 A-B 5 December 2008 (2008 United Nations General Assembly Resolutions)” https://undocs.org/en/A/RES/63/108

    Nov 21st, 2020 - 07:42 pm - Link - Report abuse +2
  • Freddy Worldwide

    As far as Argentina's claim to the Falkland Islands...I'll leave the day dream believing to the Monkees.

    Nov 21st, 2020 - 08:22 pm - Link - Report abuse +2
  • Think

    After the above Anglo Turnip break..., I will now answer..., to the best of my knowledge..., the second contentious point of this personal opinion piece by Mr. John Fowler...:

    He says...:
    1) ***“... Adriana Castelanelli ASSERTS that Cardozo was ordered by Margaret Thatcher to deliberately hide the identity of the dead soldiers...”***
    2) ***“... Adriana Castelanelli SEEMS TO BELIEVE that the Argentine combatants hastily retreating from various mountain battlefields had taken the time to bury their fallen comrades...”***
    3) ***“... Adriana Castelanelli NO DOUBT BELIEVES they would have been supervised by their officers, despite the fact that many were conspicuous by their absence...”***

    I say...:
    1) Adriana Castelanelli DOES NOT ASSERT such thing in her article... (read link below)
    2) John Fowler SEEMS TO BELIEVE that Adriana Castelanelli SEEMS TO BELIEVE... (read link below)
    3) John Fower NO DOUBT BELIEVES that Adriana Castelanelli NO DOUBT BELIEVES ...(read link below)
    http://agendamalvinas.com.ar/2020/11/14/seria-critica-de-una-docente-de-la-universidad-de-mar-del-plata-a-la-postulacion-al-nobel-de-la-paz-de-aro-y-cardozo/

    - I want to make perfectly clear that my personal opinion is that British Army Colonel Geoffrey Cardozo did an excellent job in taking care of all the Argentinean corpses scattered around them windblown Isles...
    INCLUDING the removal of many soldiers from their proper first tombs..., excavated by their comrades...

    (Answer No. 3..., after the next short Anglo Turnip break...)

    Nov 21st, 2020 - 09:02 pm - Link - Report abuse -4
  • Don Alberto

    Linket til

    was cut to pieces by the 2,000 character limit. Here is the direct link to the .pdf

    http://www.worldlii.org/int/other/UNGA/2008/149.pdf

    Nov 22nd, 2020 - 01:35 am - Link - Report abuse 0
  • Guillote

    “John Fowler is a former Penguin News Editor and Falkland Islands Tourist Board Director. He lived in Stanley during the Falklands War. He has retired in France but frequently returns to the Islands.” jajajajajajaj
    how many who chatter on penguinpress live on the islands?
    jajajajaj I know the answer
    jijijijiji
    todos saben la respuesta

    Nov 22nd, 2020 - 03:48 am - Link - Report abuse -5
  • Freddy Worldwide

    ”Bolivar’s most famous quote is from 1830, regarding ‘Latin’ America, as he surveyed the wreckage of his dream. As self-assessments go, it is not very positive:
    ‘I have ruled for 20 years and from these I have gained only a few certainties:
    [Latin] America is ungovernable, for us;
    Those who serve a revolution plough the sea;
    The only thing one can do in [Latin] America is emigrate;
    This country will fall inevitably into the hands of the unbridled masses and then pass almost imperceptibly into the hands of petty tyrants, of all colors and races;
    Once we have been devoured by every crime and extinguished by utter ferocity, the Europeans will not even regard us as worth conquering;
    If it were possible for any part of the world to revert to primitive chaos, it would be [Latin] America in its final hour.’

    Nov 22nd, 2020 - 07:50 am - Link - Report abuse +4
  • Think

    Geeeeeeeee....

    I was going to quitely drink my first cup of Guatemalan arabica espresso cup and write me answer No.3...,but...........

    Then I saw what the Anglo Turnip just above wrote about what the most luuuuved “Dear Supreme Leader” [Latin] America..., Simon Bolivar..., wrote in a letter to another dictatorial general some 200 years ago...

    I Think it is in the same category of what the most luuuuved “Dear Supreme Leader” of [North] America..., Donald Trump..., said some few years ago...: ***“ GRAB THEM BY THE PUSSY”***

    Capisce...?


    N. B.
    I do..., for the most.., share the negative opinion of General Bolivar that one important philosopher, economist, historian, sociologist, political theorist, journalist and socialist of the XIX century so well expressed in one of his letters to a comrade...:
    ***“To see the dastardly, most miserable and meanest of blackguards described as Napoleon I was altogether too much. Bolivar is a veritable Soulouque”***

    (Answer No. 3 coming up... after the next short Anglo Turnip break...)

    Nov 22nd, 2020 - 09:29 am - Link - Report abuse -4
  • Freddy Worldwide

     How many times do we have to watch this movie? How many times does the movie end differently? Argentina, a marvelous nation, serves a great purpose - whenever you think your country has gone to hell, Argentina is there to remind you that you're dead wrong! I just watched a “La Campora” meeting on-line. It was worse than I expected. The upside is that now I know how gatherings of the “Hitler jugend” must have been like.

    Nov 22nd, 2020 - 11:04 am - Link - Report abuse +3
  • Think

    After the above boooooring Anglo Turnip break using the all to trited “Hitler Card”..., I will now answer..., to the best of my knowledge, the third contentious point of this personal opinion piece by Mr. John Fowler...:

    He says...:
    1) ***“ After years of difficulty and delay during the years of the Kirchner government”***
    2) ***“ Castelanelli does, however, demonstrate her own skill as a weaver of unsubstantiated myth, when she further attests that far from being moved solely by humanitarian considerations Julio Aro was in the pay of the British Government. In the paper published by Agenda Malvinas she claims that his ” No me Olvides“ foundation received funds from a fund set up by Cardozo, which, in turn, was funded by the UK Government.”***
    3) ***“ Why could the Kirchner Government not provide a list of these dead heroes? ”
    4) ***“ Why, when some families were found in the further reaches of Argentina, were they still unaware even that their sons had been sent to war, never mind that they were missing?”***

    I say...:
    1) It was the Kirchner government that started the whole process of “IDENTIFICATION OF THE PRECISE FINAL RESTING PLACE OF 122 ”NO NAME“ARGENTINEANS BURIED AT THE WAR CEMETERY NEAR DARWIN, ISLAS MALVINAS” around 2010 by sampling DNA from all the soldiers families and contacting the ICRC to organize and smoothen all the difficult practicalities one encounters in a territorial sovereignity conflict area.
    https://www.icrc.org/en/document/malvinas-falkland-islands-giving-dead-back-their-names
    2) Sr. Aro does not make a secret of the fact that he has.., during the years.., recieved some modest economic and practical help for his humanitarian quest from different Engrish sources.., including the FIA.
    Not strange that this little detail raises some nationalist eyebrows and is used to critizise his excellent work.

    (Point 3) & 4) of me answer will have to wait til after next Anglo Turnip break due to MercoPress's 2,000 character limitation)

    Tooraloo

    Nov 22nd, 2020 - 12:49 pm - Link - Report abuse -4
  • Chicureo

    Estimado THINK

    As a lowly educated mestizo campesino, I will oblige my Argentine cousin to continue the diatribe with 2,000 characters more.

    (He might comment to Mr. Freddy Worldwide how Venezuela has generously contributed it's diabolical Dominion software to destroy the USA elections.)

    ¡Saludos!

    Posted 6 days ago - Link - Report abuse -1
  • Think

    No..., no..., nooo...
    The tackling laws of Rugby are crystal clear...
    It must be an Anglo Turnip Break..., not a Shilean Momio Break...!

    I Think I'll post something different..., whilst we wait for more Anglo Turnips...
    What about a Sporty Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire praising Argentina...?
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ztgLuDwVwJY&t=1s

    (Point 3) & 4) of me answer will have to wait til after next Anglo Turnip break...)

    Posted 6 days ago - Link - Report abuse -3
  • Chicureo

    Estimado THINK

    As a Grange English School Old Grangonian I find your comment very ungentlemanly.

    (Perhaps your threat of an additional diatribe was just a typical Argentine bluff.)

    By the way — as you seem to be so prejudiced against the Swedes refusing to lockdown their society due to COVID19 — you may find reading the American Institute for Economic Research (AIER) study “Cost of Lockdowns: A Preliminary Report.”

    https://www.aier.org/article/cost-of-us-lockdowns-a-preliminary-report/

    The report makes for grim reading. Every negative metric is up, with most having increased by dramatic amounts: mental health problems, substance abuse, suicidal ideation, anxiety, demands on food banks, extreme poverty, food insecurity, undernourishment, unemployment, decreased life expectancy, fatal cancer, missed cancer diagnoses, cardiovascular deaths, murder, property theft, failed businesses, and more.

    Although there are now several proven vaccinations now becoming available for public use — you still remain exceedingly furious with the Swedish strategy of achieving herd immunity.

    Also, any comments about Venezuela's Dominion software?

    ¡Saludos!

    Posted 6 days ago - Link - Report abuse 0
  • Think

    Hermanito....

    If you want some conversation..., you'll have to find better topics that an already discredited, highly critiziced, biased paper written by an Ultralibertarian, Right Winger-Cato Institute associated organisation and yet another of your crazy paranoid conspiracy theorie about Wheeee-nhheeee-zuehhhh-lan world Dominion guided by the Immortal Spirit of Hiiugouuhhh Schiaweees...

    - Did you ever catch them hords of “Venezuelan Terrorists” that burned Sanhattan last year....?

    Waiting for them Anglo turnips to surface..., I remain your most obsdient servant...
    El Think...

    Posted 6 days ago - Link - Report abuse -1
  • Chicureo

    Estimado THINK

    Oh what do I really comprehend anyway? All of these contradictory information notices now being emitted is impossible for my inferior intellect to absorb.

    The Cato Institute has a very interesting perspective of what some are alleging...

    Others worry about a loss of freedom of expression — and frankly I'm personally reminded of both Orwell's '1984' and 'Animal Farm' — but as you know, I never attended a university.

    A fellow avocado grower in California — posted this evening that he was inclined to declare his Thanksgiving gathering as a funeral — as you are limited to only 7 persons for a holiday — where as a burial you are allowed 30.

    Meanwhile there are claims that Venezulana designed software was used in the recent election in the USA.

    Personally, I have a great esteem for the industrious Venezulanos as I'm fortunately assisted by three on the farm.

    They are hardworking, very clever and know how to manipulate the government regulations.

    Stay well and don't do anything like those reckless Swedish have.

    I still reman your respectful student on the other side of the majestic Andes...

    Reality is so currently confusing!

    ¡Salud!

    Posted 6 days ago - Link - Report abuse 0
  • Guillote

    mediocre banderillero
    Did you torture Chileans or not?
    you never answer that?
    why?
    your mediocre education makes you talk a lot but not answer the simple thing?
    por eso hablas muchas tonterias y no sos claro
    a cuantos torturaste?
    a cuantos viste torturar?
    cagoncito de internet como el corrupto de pinochoto

    Posted 6 days ago - Link - Report abuse -2
  • Think

    Don't be confused..., hermanito...

    As long as they are some DECENT Boy Scouts out there..., with all them CORRECT merit badges..., keeping their GOOD oath..., all be alright...

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nMaI1Hg8dl8&t=11s

    Capisce....?

    Posted 6 days ago - Link - Report abuse -2
  • Freddy Worldwide

    An old joke among Latin Americans goes like this: when God made the world, He was a tad careless in allocating resources around the patches of land. Then, at the time of allocating humans to these patches, people complained. They argued that whoever landed in the territory that would eventually become Argentina would be so blessed that nobody could compete with them. Visibly embarrassed, God looked for a quick fix (perhaps he is also Argentinean, as the locals believe). And he put the Argentineans there.

    Posted 6 days ago - Link - Report abuse +1
  • Terence Hill

    Chicureo Pervert, Psychological Transferee, Malignant Narcissist, Criminal Libeller, Alcoholic, & Spam King
    “As the Dominion software voting scandal becomes fully exposed!” Has been shown to be fake news thus you are revealed as a liar. But, no surprise as we both know that.
    https ://en.mercopress.com/2020/11/13/for-bolsonaro-us-elections-are-not-over-have-they-really-finished/comments#comment513382
    https://checkyourfact.com/2020/11/17/fact-check-army-seize-servers-dominion-voting-systems-scytl-germany/

    Posted 6 days ago - Link - Report abuse -2
  • Think

    After the above short but quiteTurnipy commercial break..., I Think its time for me to finish my answer to some of the most contentious points in this personal opinion piece by Mr. John Fowler...

    Where were we...?
    Ohhhhhhhhhh, yes... Point 3) & 4)...:

    Mr. Fowler asks...:
    3) ***“ Why could the Kirchner Government not provide a list of these dead heroes? ”
    4) ***“ Why, when some families were found in the further reaches of Argentina, were they still unaware even that their sons had been sent to war, never mind that they were missing?”***

    I say...:
    3) A complete list of ALL & EACH of the soldier fallen in the Malvinas/Falklands conflict has existed since 1982 and has been publicly available in the Internet since about 1992...
    4) Mr. Fowler asseveration that...:
    ***“ SOME FAMILIES WERE FOUND IN THE FURTHER REACHES OF ARGENTINA..., WERE THEY STILL UNAWARE EVEN THAT THEIR SONS HAD BEEN SENT TO WAR..., NEVER MIND THAT THEY WERE MISSING...” must be..., by far..., the single MOST TURNIPY piece of Kelper Chauvinistic figment of a sick imagination I have heard in my not so short life...

    Evidently..., Mr. Fowler is accustomed to write for a small captive audience of brainwashed Anglo Turnips..., and must be smoking too much of that good “ratatouille” readily available at his breezy Provençal retirement province...

    Capisce...?

    Posted 6 days ago - Link - Report abuse -2
  • Chicureo

    G U I L L O T E - G Ü E Ó N

    A VIRGIN LIVING IN HIS MOTHER'S BASEMENT AWAITS YOUR LOVE!

    Güeón — please pay attention as this could change your life. Knowing your very SPECIAL character — I again would greatly recommend the knowledgable and quote filled TERENCE HILL as a very suitable partner who has an exciting and dynamic entertaining lifestyle: https://youtu.be/TE9PscWM_QE

    Although he's an unemployed VIRGIN living in his mother's BASEMENT, you can't deny he'd make a marvelous significant partner that could educate you in PERVERSE Latin quotations and he has an incredible appreciation of inflatable sex toys. (He boasts having access to 300+ TV channels in his mother's basement.)

    I think you Güeón and TERENCE would indeed be a marvelous matched pair!

    Save TERENCE's sex dolls “LULA” and “LONG DONG SILVER” from their misery!

    Güeón — Terence is your perfect match!

    Soon the pandemic will subside and you two can be united together.

    ¡Saludos de Chile!

    Posted 6 days ago - Link - Report abuse 0
  • Terence Hill

    Chicureo Pervert, Psychological Transferee, Malignant Narcissist, Criminal Libeller, Alcoholic, & Spam King
    “A VIRGIN LIVING ...” Which was given by an exposed liar.
    Bullshit, from the one whom has just repeated the same refuted lie about “As the Dominion software voting scandal becomes fully exposed!”
    https://en.mercopress.com/2020/11/21/a-new-low-for-argentine-falkland-islands-sovereignty-claim-propagandists/comments#comment513388

    Posted 6 days ago - Link - Report abuse +1
  • Think

    Shicuréo...
    Shust for your kind info...
    As you may recall..., I am not a Bachush acolyte anymore...
    But due to the overabundanshe of contemplative time thish year..., I can tell you that the 2020 Beaujolaish Noveau'sh are “hishtorical”...
    Shalúd...

    Posted 5 days ago - Link - Report abuse -2
  • Chicureo

    Estimado THINK

    Forgive my frail ignorance — but honestly there are times that I feel as though my identity is the Wormwood nephew being instructed by Screwtape himself.

    Am I to assume you are referring to the glorious Beaujolais Nouveau Day, which is marked in France on the third Thursday in November?

    I've sadly never had the privilege to join that celebration — but I sadly imagine it was as Octoberfest was in Bavaria...desolate...

    ...or has it is very typical — I'm completely unenlightened to interpret your distinct verbosity? There is a Hebrew bread with the same title...

    I'm busy enjoying a late empanada lunch as the barn interior painting has progressed very satisfyingly.

    (Regarding this article conversation — I do completely agree that all of us should refrain from demeaning the graves of the war dead.)

    ¡Salud!

    Posted 5 days ago - Link - Report abuse +1
  • Think

    - Just an inocent layman's evaluation 'bout the quality of various diverse bottles of baby Beaujolais my local wine pusher “forced” on me last friday...

    Had almost forgotten how refreshing them young virginals can feel, smell & taste... ;-)

    (Permit me to add some to your last line...: ***”........ all of us should refrain from demeaning the graves of the war dead...., and their families...) ”***

    Posted 5 days ago - Link - Report abuse -2
  • Chicureo

    Estimado THINK

    I completely agree!

    The first coat of paint is complete and tomorrow they'll apply the second.

    Wednesday we install all the artifacts and hopefully Madame's new klin.

    A chilled Beaujolais is unlikely — but a good wine, a freshly baked sourdough and hopefully a delighted mariée is all I strive at this moment for contentment...

    Have a marvelous Monday!

    ¡Salud!

    Posted 5 days ago - Link - Report abuse +1
  • Think

    Ohhhh noooo..., a new kiln...
    I have warned you..., her “Raku” period is hastily aproaching...
    All men to the boats..., when She starts her experiments with horse hairs...!

    Posted 5 days ago - Link - Report abuse -2
  • Terence Hill

    Jack Bauer aka Proof-less and Truth-less
    “As usual, can count on your help...In Recognition of Terence Hill's Invaluable Services...”
    The list of ground trades in RAF shows you to be not unsurprising, a liar.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Royal_Air_Force_Ground_Trades

    Posted 5 days ago - Link - Report abuse -1
  • Chicureo

    Estimado THINK

    Sadly it has a 70 litre capacity and requires over double the ampere of her original in Chicureo.

    Your mention of horsehair alerts me you know a lot about the art.

    The positive aspect of bread making and pottery is ma marée can take much of her agression against the dough and clay — instead of my fragile body.

    ¡Saludos!

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  • Think

    Speaking about women...., Shicuréo...

    I can see that your favourite American Superwoman..., Sydney Powell..., (the one with all that “evidence” about the Dominion..., CIA..., NSA..., FBI..., DEA..., IKEA conspiration) has just been kick out of Trump's Elite Task Force...

    Here is a video about this news...
    I Think it gets quite pretty at about “02:06”..., what do you Think...? ... ;-)
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=6oMWIRCmAoQ

    Posted 5 days ago - Link - Report abuse -2
  • Chicureo

    Estimado THINK

    I'm a bit perplexed how you can criticize me referencing the Cato Institute and then use a video from The Young Turks — which is radically away from what could be considered fair...

    As I've earlier said — I already have covered my wagers — however there's now strong evidence that the USA has had massive voter fraud.

    We will see this coming two weeks what is revealed — but Dominion software seems to be at the center of attention.

    I feel a sense of irony as our North American busybodies have incessantly lectured us since I can recollect about free and open elections.

    ¡Saludos!

    Posted 5 days ago - Link - Report abuse +1
  • Think

    Hermanito..., really now...!

    Aren't you a bit tired of repeating all those “Fox News” of yours...?

    What about giving us some “Good Evidence” about this “Dominion Conspiracy”...?

    Just a bit, a teeny-weeny bit of “Good Evidence” about this “Dominion Conspiracy”, pleeease...?

    My video of the Young Turks featured “Real, Official, Documented News” about the dismissal of your beloved Sydney Powell by the Trump Team... + featured the extreme aesthetically pleasing Francesca Fiorentini... ;-)

    Capisce...?

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  • Terence Hill

    Chicureo Pervert, Psychological Transferee, Malignant Narcissist, Criminal Libeller, Alcoholic, & Spam King
    “Dominion software seems to be at the center of attention.”
    Is verified fake news as you have been shown, so now your just little old liar.
    ”Scytl stated that “the US army has not seized anything from Scytl in Barcelona, Frankfurt or anywhere else” and that “technologies implemented by Scytl in the US are both hosted and managed within the US, by a local subsidiary, SOE Software, based in Tampa, Florida.” It also said the company does not “have servers or offices in Frankfurt” or “tabulate, tally or count votes in the US.”
    A spokesperson for the U.S. Army confirmed in an email that it “did not conduct any sort of raid in Germany nor did we acquire any servers with election data.”
    https://checkyourfact.com/2020/11/17/fact-check-army-seize-servers-dominion-voting-systems-scytl-germany/

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  • Think

    By the way..., me dear Shicurèo Shoshpeshador Shileno.....

    You... that are so prone of believing the most outlandish conspirative theories...

    Do you know where the 14.4 million dosis of the Astrazeneca Covid 19 vaccine that your “bracitos cortos..., manitos largas” president just bought..., are being produced...?

    A) Stockholm...?
    B) Oxford...?
    C) Garin...?
    https://www.france24.com/es/20200817-argentina-planta-fabricaci%C3%B3n-vacuna-covid19-universidad-de-oxford

    Maybe you will prefer the Chinese or even the Russian vaccine after all...?

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  • Chicureo

    Estimado THINK

    I left a very comfortable bed early before sunrise to get this barn workshop 98% finished today.

    No time for searching for the latest news about the elections scandal right now — but it should be entertaining!

    I do indeed find Francesca Fiorentini very pleasing as I've always been bewitched of intelligent attractive women.

    I would counter submit Candace Owens as a very suitable alternative for your sophisticated intellect.

    My primary concern today is to focus finishing this gift for my bedmate and return early this afternoon to dine on oysters and champeoise with the same attractive intelligent, articulate and thoroughly bewitching enchantress — at our favorite Chicureo lakeside seafood restaurant.

    I humbly submit video of our community reflecting upon the ENOURMOS lake that dominates our cuico enclave.

    https://youtu.be/i2D-TKITMnI

    As you once mentioned, Chicureo is the ground zero of cuicos...

    And before you ask — the stables shown are a part of our club where Madam and our family women are avid equestrians.

    It keeps them busy and distracted from terrorizing my son, son-in-law and myself as women are NEVER fully satisfied.

    You can understand what I imply...

    ¡Salud!

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  • Think

    Shicuréo...

    **“No time for searching for the latest news about the elections scandal right now”**.. huhh...?
    That means that you have nothin' from yesterday...?
    Or from the day before yesterday...?
    Or from three days ago....?
    Or four days ago...?
    Or five...?
    Six...?
    7...?

    -Thanks anyway for the video of the immense watermass of Shicuréo...
    Hereby a booooring video..., that shows one of my closest Non Gated..., bit Cuico communities in the height of the tourist season with not so many masks..., detail we are paying for now..., in the height of the second wave...

    Ciao....

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  • Zaczac121

    My god the bickering just gets worse and worse the more articles are posted, cease this hostility guys, it’s actually rather depressing

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  • Think

    Ooooops... forgot to post the video to you Shicuréo...

    (Btw... if you like football..., I just noticed that you may get a glimse of a player considered by some as the second best in the world..., (faaaaar beyond ”La Pulga Atómica...) Cristiano & Georgina disembarking from their “ CG ” yacht at minute 21:35.- )

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=uYN6tPAaXwE

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  • Chicureo

    Estimado THINK

    Although I would mention the weather here is fabulous (27°c/80°f) — your absolutely stunning video requires me to take a bow to what could be argued is paradise on earth.

    The entire video placed me in a state of blissful admiration...

    ¡Saludos!

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  • Think

    Yeahhhhh....

    But..., as a gypsy yourself..., you know how it is...
    When at the northern seashores...., one misses ones southern mountains...

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=30fOFpAM9OQ&t=250s

    Enjoy...

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  • Chicureo

    Estimado THINK

    Land of the Gods — but I've rarely had the chance as our Summer season keeps us all busy.

    You're so correct about the gypsies description — and we we've been doing lots of thieving during this pandemic. We're scoundrels to the depth of of cursed black hearts...

    Very nice video!

    ¡Saludos!

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  • Think

    Shicuréo...

    A gypsy farmer chained to his land..., huhhhh...?
    Sounds a bit like a man being married...;-)

    You make me recall a good auld farmers “court métrage” i saw decades ago...
    Maybe one to show the Missus when she gets tooooo “cravy”...?

    https://youtu.be/kANTrq5aK7k

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  • Chicureo

    Estimado THINK

    Incredible and powerful documentary with a very dramatic end.

    Anyone who is in agriculture is humbled watching this old couple work the land.

    Again — bravo on your video selection!

    ¡Saludos!

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  • Think

    Jupppp....

    Powerful indeed...
    It makes one feel humble...
    That young woman's highest wish was the luxury of sleeping three days in a row...

    Imagine how many times she could have had it fulfilled..., if that son had survived Italy's tribulations at the time..., emigrated..., and found a boss that paid him enough to remit some money to her...

    In Post-WW2's Italy..., ten (10) miserable U$ Dollars were a little fortune, you know....
    Like in today's Haiti or Venezuela..., I reckon...
    Capisce...?

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  • Guillote

    Chicureo=definicion de pobre mediocre empleado de un dictador torturador y corrupto
    Does anyone have any doubt for whom the “noncommissioned officer” banderillero of the torture dictator worked?
    and both corrupt.
    in a vertical military structure if taught by a corrupt torturer
    what's left
    Chicureo?
    in your case a mercopress cagon
    jjajajajjajajja
    What would the corrupt dictator think of you?
    vos sabes lo que el dictador pensaria de un suboficial mediocre como vos

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  • Think

    Shicuréo..., sobrinito...

    Your deafening silence seems to confirm that Martin Luther's comment..., pre-prefacing one of them Engrish books so beloved and asiduosly commented by you..., that goes...:

    ***“ The best way to drive out the devil..., if he will not yield to texts of Scripture..., is to jeer and flout him..., for he cannot bear scorn...”***

    Capisce...?

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  • Chicureo

    Estimado THINK

    I prefer the tactics of Sun Tzu and 'The Art of War' and will pick my time and place.

    'Revenge is a dish best served cold' dear THINK...

    Getting ready for a momentous weekend!

    ¡Saludos!

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  • Think

    What is it to revenge..., pacientito...?
    That I..., for a short moment took you closer to the good one...?
    Without devilish temptations ..., just by flashing a glimt of the light resident in all of us...?

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  • Chicureo

    Estimado THINK

    As ma mariée enchanteresse says — my delight in SHADENFRUEDE is really just an aregument that I suffer from passive aggressive tendency.

    Obviously someone else is reading this thread because they have shown disapproval of your recent comments. (Surprising not for Güeón.)

    In any case, soon we'll be picking up our youngest daughter flying to our local airfield from Panguipulli with her love interest and we'll depart for the farm were we are gathered for an extended family celebration tomorrow of Madame's new (19th century) barn. (And no — we're not abstaining during the period of Lent.)

    And you “uncle” — is at least your area of the world still as calm and beauty as I sincerely hope it is?

    ¡Saludos!

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  • Think

    Hermanito...

    Much against my will & basic instincts..., I must agree with La Defarge... :-(

    - I have noticed that your natural & understandable..., inferiority complex driven..., Shilean Schadenfreude against Argentina is quickly developing into an agressive-agresive one against the USA, that..., as everybody knows..., is on the brink of falling in Communist claws... ;-)

    Linda zona de cumbres blancas la del Villarica, Choshuenco, Quetrupillan y Lanin...

    - Speaking about Blancas Cumbres......., hereby an Argie Shadenfreude video to an hermanito that should start listening to the INTELLIGENT Swedes (as Greta Thunberg...) if he wants his great grandchildren to plzy under them Jacarandas...
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=3f7HS7k7FRI

    Capisce...?

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  • Chicureo

    Estimado THINK


    I'm patiently waiting for the arrival of our youngest child and her love interest here at our local airfield. (You may find it interesting that it is the very exact landing field that was used by the famed aviator Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.)

    Madame DeFarge plans to begin a weekend of interrogations of the poor young gentleman as I'll just enjoy the spectacle.

    He's already passed with colors my low standards — but the pitiful suitor is attempting to steal Madame's precious baby...

    In any case, I'll be intensely busy — so please don't be slighted if I do not respond promptly to your proximate brilliant missives about American politics, climate change and the imbecilic statements of some of your countrymen...

    By the way, ma mariée — (when she truly was a young bride) and I climbed the realitively mild track to the height of Aconcagua on two memorable occasions. (...and yes — I know what country it's located.)

    ¡Saludos!

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  • Think

    Hermanito...

    Me getting slighted for you not responding promptly to me brilliant missives...???

    I'm not a woman...! “I Will Survive” ;-)))

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=diWyDMW8jHM

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