Alicia Castro

The Argies are going to be really upset over this, statue of Maggie erected in Falklands

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A statue of Margaret Thatcher has been erected in the Falkland Islands, a move sure to upset the Argies.

A statue honouring Margaret Thatcher has been unveiled in the Falkland Islands for the first time.

The tribute to the former Prime Minister – who lead Britain to victory in the 1982 conflict to defend the islands – was revealed in the island’s capital Stanley on Saturday.

After Baroness Thatcher died in 2013 the population of the Falkland Islands were consulted about how they wished to commemorate the leader.

The overwhelming response was for a statue which was unveiled at a ceremony on what is Margaret Thatcher Day on the island by her son Sir Mark Thatcher.
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What are they going to fight with?

The Argies are all mouth and no trousers, especially that silly bint that runs the show.

The broken-arsed Argies haven’t got the balls to man up for a decent fight:

Argentina will continue to press its claim to the Falkland Islands despite the “illegal” referendum on the territory’s sovereignty due next week, the country’s ambassador to London said on Monday.

Alicia Castro declared that the “100 per cent predictable” plebiscite would change nothing.

On Monday, the Falkland Islanders will vote on whether to remain a British Overseas Territory in a referendum supported by the Government as a visible expression of the Islanders’ right to self determination.  Read more »

Send her home

The Telegraph

Any British politician wanting to give the Falklands to the Argentinians is going to get sent to the Tower, or run out of town on a rail. So they might as well send this silly Argie home so the Argies learn that they will never get the Falklands back….ever.

British relations in South America could falter if the UK Government refuses to hand over the Falkland Islands to Argentina, the country’s ambassador to London said today.

Alicia Castro tried to pull Argentina’s immediate neighbours into the dispute, claiming UK diplomatic and business relations could be damaged if the islands were not handed over to Buenos Aires.

She said Las Malvinas – Argentina’s name for the Falklands – would be better off if they cut their ties with the UK.

Describing the islands as a “colonial enclave”, she said her government would send teachers to the islands to teach Spanish, while it also wanted to re-establish direct flights between the Falklands and the mainland.

She told Dermot Murnaghan on Sky News that Argentina “did not want to change the way of life” on the Falklands, insisting the islands had to be “given back to Latin America as a whole”.

And she claimed an advert depicting an Argentina athlete using a war memorial on the islands to do step-ups was not designed to upset relations between the UK and the South American country.