Put that Vanguard off the beach at Buenos Aires

The stupid Argie bint Kirchner is still rabbiting on about the Falklands.

David Cameron should stop buggering around and put a Vanguard class submarine off the beach at Buenos Aires. The Argies would crap themselves and start marching backwards.

Vanguard sub

David Cameron must return the Falkland Islands to Argentina, 180 years after the territories were “forcibly stripped” from the South American country, the country’s president has claimed in newspaper adverts.

In an emotional open letter to the British prime minister, Cristina Kirchner, Argentina’s president, has called on him to honour a United Nations resolution dating from 1965 and start negotiations about handing over the islands.

The letter, which was due to be published in the British national newspaper The Guardian on Thursday, is timed to mark the anniversary of when on January 3 1833, Britain took control of the islands from the Falklands.

The 212-word letter, copied to Ban Ki-moon, the secretary-general of the United Nations, repeatedly refers to the Falklands as the Malvinas, the Argentine Government’s Spanish name for the islands.

It says: “One hundred and eighty years ago on this same date, January 3rd, in a blatant exercises of 19th century colonialism, Argentina was forcibly stripped of the Malvinas Islands, which are situated 14,000 km (8,700 miles) away from London.

“The Argentines on the Islands were expelled by the Royal Navy and the United Kingdom subsequently began a population implantation process similar to that applied to other territories under colonial rule.

“Since then, Britain, the colonial power, has refused to return the territories to the Argentine Republic, thus preventing it from restoring its territorial integrity.

“The question of the Malvinas is also a cause embraced by Latin America and by vast majority of peoples and governments around the world that reject colonialism.

“In 1960, the United Nations proclaimed the necessity of ‘bringing to an end colonialism in all its forms and manifestations’.

Here’s a thought you silly cow…why don;t you go get them back int he time honoured tradition instead of whinging about how hard done by you are.

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  • Brendan Waugh

    It should also be mentioned that in Argentina they are running two inflation rates – the fake one and the real one. The IMF has warned they may be kicked out and the economist has stopped accepting their figures.

    This lady is just using this as a distraction to keep attention away from her mismanaging of the economy.

    In any case possession is 9 tenths of the law.

    In any case the defeat of the Junta in the Falklands resulted in their swift collapse and the return of democracy far sooner that otherwise.

  • Michael

    I think the Argies can have the Falklands Back when they roll back their “Conquest of the Desert” of 140 years ago.and create an independent homeland for the Mapuche survivors. Or when they agree they should have handed over all those Nazis who fleed prosecution in Europe. Or electing more than one indigenous person to their parliament. Or stop arbitarilly restricting election to their parliament based on quotas…

  • GregM

    I would be surprised if the Poms didn’t have one down that way already.
    Cameron should put ads in the Argie papers saying “If you want them, come and get them” , then kick their arses again.

  • Mark

    Perhaps in return the Spanish colonials can leave Argentina and return it back to the Onas, the YĂĄmana, the Tehuelches, the GuaranĂ­es, the Toba, the Diaguita, the Comechingones, the Charrua, the Yaros, the Bohanes, the ChanĂĄs and the QuerandĂ­.

  • In Vino Veritas

    The Argentines “forcibly” removed from the Falklands in 1832 were in fact a tiny military garrison that was only there with the permission of Great Britain. Talk about trying to rewrite history.

    • Michael

      The were forcibly removed in 1982 after their illegal invasion and occupation. The inhabitants weren’t welcoming them then, and they wouldn’t welcome them now. End of story.

  • Lofty

    “The use of pejorative terms likening the indigenous to lazy, idle, dirty, ignorant and savage are part of the everyday language in Argentina.Due to these incorrect stereotypes many indigenous have over the years been forced to hide their identity in order to avoid being subjected to racial discrimination” (Wikipedia)
    mmmmm one can only wonder at how the Argies would view the British residents and present occupiers of the Falklands, should the unthinkable happen, and they somehow fluked a takeover.
    Life would be hell for the Brits on the Falklands as they would be treated like shit and land & assets stripped. I suspect they would be regarded as somewhat less than the “native” population of the mainland.

    • Gazzaw

      You can bet your bottom dollar Lofty that the Falklands have already been divvied up with the lion’s share going to Kirchner family interests & their mates.

  • Honcho

    Submarines work best when they are neither seen nor heard, hard to say what RN ship should be patrolling the falklands as a deterrent as the fleet is an embarrassing shadow of its former strength.

  • ConwayCaptain

    When Harold Wilson was PM the Argies were rattling the sabre. It was let known that a few frigates and a hunter killer were on the way and thebArgies stopped rattling.

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