The Falkland Islands is British, the majority of its population are British and want absolutely nothing to do with Argentina or any other South American nation. What annoys me the most is the Argentinians themselves are vicious oppressors who brutally supressed the native people of the land they now call Argentina. Most Argentinians are of Southern European decent, predominantly Spanish and Italian, and a small number of other European nationalities. The only reason they form a majority now is because they slaughtered the people there before them. And yet despite all this Argentina portrays itself as the helpless victim of nasty British imperialism as if they've been in charge of the Falklands and Argentina since the year dot, and we nasty British have come along and stolen the islands from them. The worrying thing is, it seems more nations seem to be siding with the Argentine position than with the British position. Reading between the lines I think all this flare up about the Falklands is more of a manefestation of anti-British sentiment than a real concern about the sovreignty of the Falkland Islands. For some reason everyone likes to jump on the Brit-bashing bandwagon and this is just another opportunity to do just that.