I was like "WT.." but yes, itīs on some local media also
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Perhaps the Scots Guards and SAMA would send a 'delegation' to the airport to greet them?Cristina Kirchner's political aide Carlos Kunkel said yesterday: "We are analysing the possibility of sending a delegation."
I really hope this is true. Not only will it demonstrate further hypocrisy of ''causa malvinas'', but will also damage the credibility of that treacherous little scrote Salmond.
Argentina can talk to who they want but I wonder how Scottish Falkland vets feel about this.
But .. but ... isnīt it contradictory ?
I mean, the main FI argument is that they want to gain self-determination, but Cristina is looking for support from somebody who also wants self-determination !
I wonder what Argentina would do if the Falklands would leave the UK with Scotland.
Sweet. A new and improved auld alliance.
Would be political suicide for Salmond to agree to such a thing.
Maybe the UK can fund & support some Argentine groups which want to break away from Greater Argentina? maybe some of the Oppressed indigenegous peoples or those living near Chile....
http://www.acercandonaciones.com/en/news/insolito-pueblo-chileno-quiere-ser-adoptado-por-la-argentina.html?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=insolito-pueblo-chileno-quiere-ser-adoptado-por-la-argentinaUnusual: Chilean people want to be adopted by Argentina
Lol. I hope they do send a delegation, just because I would love to see the mental contortions necessary to argue the two contradictory positions: self-determination for Scotland but NOT for the Falkland Islands. I think Britain should actually welcome them, and then publicize the hypocrisy.