A few notes from a Brit in Buenos Aries: For two kilometres in every direction from the presidential palace 50% of the graffiti* that adorns the walls of all buildings has this post's title, or something 'stronger'. If it's not that it's lines of 5-8 posters A4 sized posters of the Falkland Islands coloured with the Argentine flag with the words "Argentios" across them. The newspapers are full of KFC declaring she will return the islands to Argentine control one wonders if that comes with the resumption of more "Missing Persons" and quite how she intends to do it in her lifetime. A couple of 'ironic' things: A) The square in front of the Presidential palace (epicentre of graffiti) has a permanent camp of ignored Falklands War veterans seeking compensation and support. B) The "Malvinas Memorial" with the names of Argentines who died sits opposite the British monument of 1910 which celebrates Argentina's stateship a century before. A) You have to wonder how Argentines can't fathom her rhetoric vs ignoring the veterans and B) how it was Britian was so close to Argentine in 1910 yet while we still governed the Islands vs the last 30y. Anyway what do I care, I'm an Irishman from Northern Island...just north of the Irish town of Crois Mhic Lionnáin. *Anyone who's spent any time in South America can attest everything has graffiti. It's almost as if something without graffiti isn't theirs.