Argentina Refuses Talks with Falklands

Jun 16, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: South Atlantic Remote Territories Media Association

Argentine President Christina Fernandez de Kirchner has refused an invitation from the Falkland Islands Government to sit down and talk about issues that matter to both sides.

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Joe

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Yet the KFC witch berates the UK for not sitting down to talks!
Talk about pot calling the kettle black ...
JEM

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Jun 18, 2012
 
I read that too, that the one of the Falkland Islanders representatives at the UN who spoke, then tried to pass an offical letter agreeing to talks to Ms Kirchner, but was unable to deliver the letter because her delegation would not allow him access, but instead was told to to send it via the embassy, This was all done in front of the worlds press. What a great stunt by the Flaklands, wait for her to say her bit, then give her what she wants and what happens, they run a mile.
Wonder how that look to everyone there.
Ricardo

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The Islanders are not a part in the sovereignity dispute. There is nothing to discuss with them about that.
That is so obviously a maneuver...if Cristina accepts to dialogue with them, they and the UK will immediately say that is an acceptance of the Islanders as a part in the sovereignity discussion..the thing they are trying to install since 1965 without any success

You really underestimate people

After the sovereignity issue is solved, their interests will be thoroughly considered and granted, probably with the UN supervision and granting...
Very Probably the UK and Argentina will have to agree in any important decisions, after officially declaring the argentine sovereignity
Other option is a very long leaseback...the thing is solvable in many ways
JEM

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'After the sovereignity issue is solved....'
I like the way you seem to think that any talks will end with the sovereignty handed to Argentina, The arrogance of this man is beyond belief ;-)
Deanstreet

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Jun 18, 2012
 
Mmmmmmmmmmmm, on one hand argentines say that Falkland Islanders are argentine, then on the other hand, argentines say Falkland islanders are British...

Now here is the conundrum for kirchner and her cronies..

Mike Summers does indeed attempt to deliver a letter personally to kirchner and is indeed refused by the argentine delegation..

Now the problem for kirchner is this..

If Falkland Islanders are indeed argentine then it goes to show what she and her cronies think of argentine folk... They don't..

On the other hand, kirchner says to the world that she wants to talk, and it is quite obvious that Mike Summers is indeed the official representative of the British Government (otherwise he wouldn't be there and Britain would send some one else..), and she and her cronies still will not talk...

Need more be said... except for LOL...!

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Jun 18, 2012
 
JEM wrote:
'After the sovereignity issue is solved....'
I like the way you seem to think that any talks will end with the sovereignty handed to Argentina, The arrogance of this man is beyond belief ;-)
Of course he does :o) There is no question in his indoctrinated brain. Hardly a surprise these jokers have become the labs rats of students studying indoctrination. There is no rationality in there arguements.

They either ignore arguements when they do not have an answer or try to twist or flip an arguement to avoid a self defeating response.

Argentina has no credible answers to the Falkland Islands claims. Not Legal, Not Moral, Not ethical, Not political and not physical.

This is why we can have fun with these half wits on here. You can hear the steam boiling from there heads :D I bet they bang there pots all the way to bed tonight :)

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Deanstreet wrote:
Mmmmmmmmmmmm, on one hand argentines say that Falkland Islanders are argentine, then on the other hand, argentines say Falkland islanders are British...
Now here is the conundrum for kirchner and her cronies..
Mike Summers does indeed attempt to deliver a letter personally to kirchner and is indeed refused by the argentine delegation..
Now the problem for kirchner is this..
If Falkland Islanders are indeed argentine then it goes to show what she and her cronies think of argentine folk... They don't..
On the other hand, kirchner says to the world that she wants to talk, and it is quite obvious that Mike Summers is indeed the official representative of the British Government (otherwise he wouldn't be there and Britain would send some one else..), and she and her cronies still will not talk...
Need more be said... except for LOL...!
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DEAN SERIA BUENO QUE LES EXPLIQUES A LA GENTE DEL FORO QUIEN ES MIKE SUMMERS, QUE NEGOCIOS TIENE EN LA ISLA, Y CUANTO TIEMPO VIVE EN LAS ISLAS Y CUANTO TIEMPO VIVE EN EUROPA ASI NOS QUEDAN CLARAS ALGUNAS COSITAS QUE VENGO DICIENDO DESDE HACE UN TIEMPO....
AVERIGUAME POR LA CAMARA WEB EN VIVO DESDE EL MONUMENTO UNA LASTIMA QUE LA HAYAN CORTADO....SALUDOS
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Argentina does not any have any right to the land. The Falklanders are not asking for Argentinian help. She wants to bully them. Remember you catch more flies with honey than vinegar. Any attempt to bully the Falklanders is not going to work.

Voice of reason
Deanstreet

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Jun 18, 2012
 
Diego wrote:
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DEAN SERIA BUENO QUE LES EXPLIQUES A LA GENTE DEL FORO QUIEN ES MIKE SUMMERS, QUE NEGOCIOS TIENE EN LA ISLA, Y CUANTO TIEMPO VIVE EN LAS ISLAS Y CUANTO TIEMPO VIVE EN EUROPA ASI NOS QUEDAN CLARAS ALGUNAS COSITAS QUE VENGO DICIENDO DESDE HACE UN TIEMPO....
AVERIGUAME POR LA CAMARA WEB EN VIVO DESDE EL MONUMENTO UNA LASTIMA QUE LA HAYAN CORTADO....SALUDOS
Still not at all sure what you are talking about...

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francisco

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Jun 18, 2012
 
Deanstreet wrote:
Mmmmmmmmmmmm, on one hand argentines say that Falkland Islanders are argentine, then on the other hand, argentines say Falkland islanders are British...
Now here is the conundrum for kirchner and her cronies..
Mike Summers does indeed attempt to deliver a letter personally to kirchner and is indeed refused by the argentine delegation..
Now the problem for kirchner is this..
If Falkland Islanders are indeed argentine then it goes to show what she and her cronies think of argentine folk... They don't..
On the other hand, kirchner says to the world that she wants to talk, and it is quite obvious that Mike Summers is indeed the official representative of the British Government (otherwise he wouldn't be there and Britain would send some one else..), and she and her cronies still will not talk...
Need more be said... except for LOL...!
Kindest regards
Vamos ovejita.... Vos sabes cual es nuestro problema legal aqui....

El Ius soli....

No queremos que seas argentino. Pero nuestra ley nos condiciona.

El buen Terragno nos ha iluminado aparq eu nos saquemos ese problema de encima.

Espero que en la proxima reunión frente al Comite encontremos la forma de decir: "Ellos son britanicos, que tengan buena suerte. Ahora hablemos del territorio en disputa".

Creo que a la larga cambiaremnos el "ius soli" por el "ius sanguini".

De esa forma resolveremos nuestro problema en forma permanente y efectiva.
Jjan

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Jun 18, 2012
 
That´s really funny... Argies and Reds, chetty bastards fighting in the same pit. This´s not coincidence.
Joe

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Jun 18, 2012
 
Leave status quo wrote:
Argentina does not any have any right to the land. The Falklanders are not asking for Argentinian help. She wants to bully them. Remember you catch more flies with honey than vinegar. Any attempt to bully the Falklanders is not going to work.
Voice of reason
Or:
"The Carrot is mightier than the stick" (Economist 1948)
Or:
"The North Wind and the Sun (Aesop ~590 BC)
This folk wisdom seems to have missed the Argentine.
Ricardo

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Jun 19, 2012
 
JEM wrote:
'After the sovereignity issue is solved....'
I like the way you seem to think that any talks will end with the sovereignty handed to Argentina, The arrogance of this man is beyond belief ;-)
I like it too, thanks
You and me will probably live to see it
Meet you there at the Globe Tavern
Then we can have an asado in one of the Parrillas along the coastline...a great improvement to the Island's diet
Ricardo

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Jun 19, 2012
 
Leave status quo wrote:
Argentina does not any have any right to the land.
Go instruct yourself a little and come back
It is the UK who has no rights whatsoever
Ricardo

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Jun 19, 2012
 
Ace McCloud wrote:
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Of course he does :o) There is no question in his indoctrinated brain. Hardly a surprise these jokers have become the labs rats of students studying indoctrination. There is no rationality in there arguements.
They either ignore arguements when they do not have an answer or try to twist or flip an arguement to avoid a self defeating response.
Argentina has no credible answers to the Falkland Islands claims. Not Legal, Not Moral, Not ethical, Not political and not physical.
This is why we can have fun with these half wits on here. You can hear the steam boiling from there heads :D I bet they bang there pots all the way to bed tonight :)
Jingle Jangel
Said the indoctrinated
Ricardo

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Jun 19, 2012
 
Ace McCloud wrote:
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Argentina has no credible answers to the Falkland Islands claims. Not Legal, Not Moral, Not ethical, Not political and not physical.
Your indoctrinated brain just can not register the conclusive answers we gave you so many times
Again:
No First Discovery
No first Occupation (And that is ALL in sovereignity rights)
On top of that left for good for 59 years
Appearing and expelling the argentine settlers by force
WHICH ARE THE UK LEGAL TITLES????
WILL YOU ANSWER THIS AT LEAST ONCE????(I do not think so)

And...I guess the UN is also brainwashed and indoctrinated...
ANSWER THIS TOO (If you can)

And you have the nerve to call us indoctrinated, while the UK case is nonexistant, and you escaped from all my challenges to explain why you say they exist, and what are they
JEM

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Jun 19, 2012
 
DO you mean C24 or the entire UN I would agree that the C24 has pandered to Argentinas rhetoric and shown it's impartiality but that shouldn't be confused with the rest of the UN
Ricardo

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Jun 19, 2012
 
JEM wrote:
DO you mean C24 or the entire UN I would agree that the C24 has pandered to Argentinas rhetoric and shown it's impartiality but that shouldn't be confused with the rest of the UN
The FKG entire UN
Both in General Assembly and in the Decolonization Commitee the UN has repeatedly disregarded the self determination in Malvinas, said that there is a Sovereignity dispute between TWO parts: Argentina and the UK, and urged both parts to negotiate the issue
The UK has ignored the UN since 1965
Didn't you know all that?
Man...what are you doing in this Forum, then?
You know shit...
Terry Hill

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Jun 19, 2012
 
Ricardo wrote:
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The FKG entire UN
Both in General Assembly and in the Decolonization Commitee the UN has repeatedly disregarded the self determination in Malvinas, said that there is a Sovereignity dispute between TWO parts: Argentina and the UK, and urged both parts to negotiate the issue
The UK has ignored the UN since 1965
Didn't you know all that?
Man...what are you doing in this Forum, then?
You know shit...
If your absolutely certain in your cause. Then don't just talk the talk. Put your money were your mouth is, submit the issue to the ICJ. Can't wait just tingling with anticipation. What no show?
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CIJ. Un lugar al que por ley UK esta impedido de ir por causas originadas con anterioridad a 1974.

Proba de nuevo retardado....

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