Originally posted by newyorkee
reply to post by Twiptwop
so england and france has a claim to it over Argentinas natives......yes they are a mix of both European and natives....but really .....England on the
other side of the globe has more right....makes more sense for them to have it.....over a country right next to it.....which all of the other
countries on the continent agree has claim to it....
its just wrong.....you NEED to get technical and picky to overcome the logical conclusion.....enjoy your land and let others enjoy theirs.....unless
you dont care....or are looking for YOUR peoples best interest....
What the # are you talking about? THE FALKLAND ISLANDS WERE UNINHABITED. EMPTY. DESOLATE. LIFELESS. NOT FILLED WITH ANY LIFE OTHER THAN
before we arrived. Our people were the first there. There was no "natives".
When we found them, and populated them, ARGENTINA DID NOT EXIST AS A NATION
. How can Argentina claim the Islands when they have never, ever
been part of Argentina?
Still following me?
The people on those Islands are WHITE, they speak ENGLISH with BRITISH accents. I don't think there are even any Argies living on those islands. They
want to be British. Not Argentinian.
edit on 21-12-2011 by Twiptwop because: (no reason given)