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Argentina invites British diplomat to Buenos Aires

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MAlvinero1

Thornhill, Canada

#200 Jun 17, 2012
euro2hell wrote:
UK diplomats to Buenos Aires? Why not, topic would be the next Badminton match between the two countries. For anything else the Argentines have shown that they cannot debate nor learn from history.
The reality uk is FINISHED.
BAshed everywhere.
UN,C-24,OAS,nercosur,UNASUR.
uk is a rogue nation.admited and you are losing everywhere.
uk is FINISHED!
Biter

UK

#201 Jun 17, 2012
francisco wrote:
Biter good morning, hope you are well.
Biter, about your post, I'll tell you the following. We do not have to win the hearts and minds of anyone. The islanders are British, and that's not something we worry or bother. This is a problem that are strictly territorial. And it will resolve, God willing, one day for what it is. A territorial problem. I remember that his own judge Dr Higgins, former president of the ICJ has made it very clear.
The military option does not interest us. We will not do anything to go to war. Certainly not against nuclear power. The Argentine possibilities of an attack, as long as the democratic system prevails in my country, is simply nonexistent. No government emerged in Argentina by popular vote to declare war on UK or launch a military operation of the type you describe.
The ICJ is the best option for both parties. But UK will not go. And I appreciate that you are the only British enough balls to admit this without turns or evasive. For years we have been charged unfairly and malicious cowards in this forum. I invite you to reflect on it ....On the other hand, I commented that I doubt that our case is weak. I understand and I respect your patriotism, but hopefully with the passage of time meditating and realize that the British sovereign rights are not as strong as you say are.
Sew part is self-determination. In a legal process against the ICJ would not risk my hopes to a win in Argentina. I acknowledge that this would be a very tough battle for us. But I trust that the Court would look for compensation to Argentina in some way if he lost at the end.
Your vision of the UN is apocalyptic. The UN is not only strong when the interests of any of the big 5 are at stake. I recognize that this case is one of them. But you you ignore several important things. The first is that the UN continues to UK in their desires and aspirations in this problem. on the contrary, 47 years ago that gives oxygen to the Argentine claim. May end with Argentina with a simple resolution, it simply does not appear for 47 years. Unlike all decisions, irrespective of their nature-given land to self-determination for the islanders. And I must remind you that there is a negative view against Argentina. Quite the contrary, the UN will never has noticed its face to Argentina in a hostile attitude against the Islanders. I invite you to look at the official website of all UN resolutions regarding the conflict. Both the General Assembly, such as the C-24. Argentina has been commended for his willingness to dialogue.
You must not forget either, the broad regional support we receive and the broad support in other forums or body s of which we are part.
My greetings.
Good afternoon Francisco

I am very well thank you. I spent an enjoyable day at the motoGP Silverstone, although I had prepared very well for rain, I am now a little sore as the sun shone for a rare occasion!

I am indeed a doubter of the U.N. I think it a marvellous idea in principle, but it has failed to protect innocent lives from genocide through political posturing on to many occasions.

I base my opinion of the legal strengths of each nations cases purely on analysis of the subject.

But I believe the issue will be decided in the end by the people that live on the Islands. Peoples human rights is very much the legal fashion in the modern era.

It might be that the outcome is not favourable to the current Argentine policy but I suspect future Argentine governments will dilute down the politics in favour of better trade relations.

Best Wishes

Biter
francisco

Santa Fe, Argentina

#202 Jun 17, 2012
Good evening dear Biter.

I'm glad that you had well in your spare time.

Trade relations are very important. And beyond the current disturbing political situation, I hope that we can overcome this problem and us to work to improve and deepen our trade, political and cultural ties.

A relationship of friendship between the two countries is desirable for anyone who has something of a brain in his head.

In terms of self-determination. Only time will tell which happened at the end. We can not do futures studies....

My sincere greetings.

Follow well.
MAlvinero1

Thornhill, Canada

#203 Jun 17, 2012
Biter wrote:
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Good afternoon Francisco
I am very well thank you. I spent an enjoyable day at the motoGP Silverstone, although I had prepared very well for rain, I am now a little sore as the sun shone for a rare occasion!
I am indeed a doubter of the U.N. I think it a marvellous idea in principle, but it has failed to protect innocent lives from genocide through political posturing on to many occasions.
I base my opinion of the legal strengths of each nations cases purely on analysis of the subject.
But I believe the issue will be decided in the end by the people that live on the Islands. Peoples human rights is very much the legal fashion in the modern era.
It might be that the outcome is not favourable to the current Argentine policy but I suspect future Argentine governments will dilute down the politics in favour of better trade relations.
Best Wishes
Biter
Well if you think you are sooo good and Argentina has legally not a good case,go to the UN next year and help them to win.So far the international community,favors Argentina....
Biter

UK

#204 Jun 17, 2012
MAlvinero1 wrote:
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Well if you think you are sooo good and Argentina has legally not a good case,go to the UN next year and help them to win.So far the international community,favors Argentina....
Good morning MAlvinero1

I have no idea to what it is you refer? What it it that there is to win?

Best Regards

Biter

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