Argentina "cries" to the UN ...ZzzzzZzzzzz


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Argentina has vowed to formally complain to the United Nations about Britain sending one of its most modern warships to the Falkland Islands.

The country's President Cristina Fernandez announced plans to go to the UN Security Council and the UN General Assembly as tensions escalate.

She declared: "We will present a complaint to the UN Security Council and the UN General Assembly, as this militarisation poses a grave danger to international security."

The sabre rattling between Britain and the Falklands is increasing ahead of the 30th anniversary of the war which broke out on April 2 1982.

Argentine officials have become increasingly angry in recent weeks after the deployment of a British warship and Prince William's arrival on the islands.

The second in line to the throne started a six-week mission with the Royal Air Force last week, in what Britain insists is a routine deployment.

But Argentina has slammed it as "provocation" and claimed William, 29, wears the "uniform of the conqueror".

Ms Fernandex claimed Britain "is once again in the process of militarising the south Atlantic".

"We cannot interpret in any other way the deployment of an ultra-modern destroyer accompanying the heir to the throne, who we would prefer to see in civilian attire."

She also said the Falklands were no longer "the cause of only the people of Argentina, but the cause of all Latin Americans and a worldwide cause."

Hundreds of protesters rallied near the government palace where the leader was speaking.

They waved Argentine flags and shouting: "Malvinas. They belong to us," referring to the islands as they are known in Argentina.

The 74-day war during Margaret Thatcher's premiership saw 255 British troops and 649 Argentinians lose their lives.

It was sparked when the ruling junta in Buenos Aires invaded the disputed islands in a bid to end British rule, which dated back to 1833.

Prime Minister David Cameron has insisted the islands will remain part of Britain as long as the inhabitants want it.

The Foreign Office said in a statement: "The people of the Falkland islands are British out of choice.

"They are free to determine their own future and there will be no negotiations with Argentina on sovereignty unless the islanders wish it."
I love and hate the endless falkland arguement.

I hate it because it's fucking tedious, and I love it because, for once, britain is actually completely and utterly morally (aswell as historically and politically) in the right. Which makes a change!
The woman is fucking barmy
I agree it seems like that but she's not that barmy but rather in it for the long haul. There's a diplomatic offensive taking place here thats not going to diminish, partly because it keeps her in a job and partly because because all the other South American Leaders are jumping on the bandwagon at her invitation. It's called let's have a pop at the British. It diverts the locals from thinking of their own problems because they are too worried about us colonial sons of bitches. Some of the nutters over there like Chavez might even fancy his chances if there's oil in it!
Shit - we've sent a war ship to our own port in our own territory. Whatever next?
Let's just suppose for arguments sake that the U.N upheld this complaint on say some fucking stupid technicality, what would next have to happen?
'Ms' Fernandez? Pffft Says it all. Was watching some bummf earlier as to a 'flight' being stopped from the S American region to the Falklands and how it would rip the urine out of all the 'locals' from the mainland being able to work, visit etc etc. I didn't know just how many South Americans worked on the 'Malvinas' in this day and age. The bint has apparently slit her own political throat along with a high percentage of 'locals' who give more than a flying fook. Must be that time of the minute eh?

Shouldn't she be running some knicker factory in Wetherfield in about 20 yrs or so? Suits you Mrs. Ohhhhh, Ohhhh

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By dint of sheer towering petulance, it would seem. I especially like the Argies' attempt to dictate which part of their realm a member of the Royal Family may or may not visit. Presumptuous, much?
As a few others have noted this is turning into a long-term offensive which will do us no benefit in the long-term - no matter how right we are.

This is propaganda and mis-information targeted at a non-British audience (i.e. rest of world) not versed, or bothered by, the actual history and situation there.

The only way to counter this is if our political establishment re-iterates three short facts whenever the issue is raised:
1) we believe in self-determination for the Islanders;
2) we are willing for the ICJ to judge on sovereignty;
3) it was Argentina not Britain who in the history of the islands was belligerent.

I doubt our establishment has the courage or the wherewithal to trot that out every time the loon speaks but it speaks volumes of our case.
How can the Argies ever get over the hurdle of the locals wanting to stay British?
I suppose Argentina would point out that the UK had no problem in deporting the entire population of Diego Garcia from their ancestral homeland in order to hand the place over to the Pentagon. What the locals wanted had nothing to do with anything -- the UK certainly wasn't interested in giving them a vote on the issue.

Indeed, any Argentine diplomat who wanted to show up Whitehall as a pack of lying, thieving, self serving, completely immoral bastards would only need to read out this 2009 WikiLeak to the UN:-

"HMG would like to establish a “marine park” or “reserve” providing comprehensive environmental protection to the reefs and waters of the British Indian Ocean Territory (BIOT), a senior Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) official informed Polcouns on May 12. The official insisted that the establishment of a marine park – the world’s largest – would in no way impinge on USG use of the BIOT, including Diego Garcia, for military purposes. He agreed that the UK and U.S. should carefully negotiate the details of the marine reserve to assure that U.S. interests were safeguarded and the strategic value of BIOT was upheld. He said that the BIOT’s former inhabitants would find it difficult, if not impossible, to pursue their claim for resettlement on the islands if the entire Chagos Archipelago were a marine reserve."


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It does seem slightly perverse that they rail (is that the right spelling?) against the colonialist Brits and yet insist that the 'Malvinas' are Argentinian on the dubious grounds that they inherited the rights from their former colonial masters.

As mentioned above we need to go on a diplomatic offensive in the rest of Latin America and the world

The message we need to give is:

The self determination of the islanders is paramount. The only way that Argentina is ever going to get sovereignty of the Falklands is by persuading the islanders to vote for it.

Argentina has no legitimate claim on the Falklands.

Britain can and will defend the islands from any attempt at military action.

The last is very important. We must not allow the Argentinians to make the same mistake they made in 1982.

We must make sure that if they go looking for allies those allies know that an invasion is not a viable option and will tell them so.

It would be a strategic disaster for the UK's interests if the Argentinians attempted to invade and we ended up sinking a load of ships full of conscripts. (think Belgrano) It would be even worse if they had allies involved.

We need to deter them, and if that deterrence fails we need to be in a position where we can say 'we warned you' and the whole world knows it.

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