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Montevideo, October 4th 2023 - 03:05 UTC
Argentina officially invited the Portuguese president and Prime Minister to visit the country as part of the commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the recognition by Lisbon of Argentina's independence. Read full article
Description of the Territory of United Provinces de La Plata
June 15th 1824, Ygnacio Nuñez , Chief Officer to Ministry of Foreign Affairs responds to Woodbine Parish, British Consul-General in Buenos Aires, in a long letter detailing the political history of Buenos Aires after 1810 and the administrative arrangements of the Province. Reference is made of claims to the Banda Oriental, Paraguay and
Upper Peru but Nuñez makes no mention of any claim to the Falklands.
Complete fantasy land, probably believe in Santa Clause. Tooth Fairy and the Easter Bunny too.
April 16th, 1821 - Portugal’s government in Rio de Janeiro, formally recognises the independence of the .......Republic of Argentina.
According to Portugal's diplomatic portal.
No evidence is offered and the Republic did not exist in 1821. But then, nothing much existed in April, 1821 as the UP had effectively dissolved on February 16th, 1820 with the collapse of the National Congress.
Confused? You will be.
This is just another attempt by Argentina to find someone to help them try to establish solid facts that they were established long before the Spanish departed from the Falklands.
Truth is left out because of the fact when this new country was formed having broken away from Spain, they were far up in the North of what was then but a fraction of the land mass that Argentina eventually became.
All that land as yet they had to invade and conquer was land owned and settled by an indigenous people.
The Falkland Islands existed long before Argentina expanded.
The reason they expanded was not just land grabbing but they saw an opportunity to control the whole of the South Atlantic, the gateway to Antartica.
Unfortunatly they had a problem in that the British were established in a part of that ocean which was blocking their chances of world control over this region.
So they decided to push their luck and occupy the islands in the hope that Britain who was so far away would not respond. They were wrong in 1833 and again wrong in 1982.
So unless as I have many times said before , Argentina can come up with a document of proof that they did in fact own these islands then they can go to hell.
They wont go to the international court of justice because they have not one scrap of proof to present to them.
Everything they have written into their constitution is a lie and they know it.
To keep that lie going they suppress every single Argentine. Proof again in recent days when they made it clear that anyone who in Argentina suggests that Argentina has no rights over the Falkland Islands will be silenced.
That is totally unjust and would not stand up in a court of law. But of course Argentina does not respect any law do they.
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