posted on Dec, 7 2013 @ 06:44 PM
Dragging us back to the OP!
On the basis that Argentina is now a democracy and has the checks to prevent the foolishness of going to war - the last time they were under a
dictatorship - we can assume peace will prevail. The battle ground is economic and nationalistic.
It is clearly spiteful politics, but from the Argentinean authority's perspective, if they do not own and have direct control over Falklands then
they will frustrate the Islanders and the UK. If there are commercial amounts of oil in the Falklands and they cannot have it all, then their policy
is to make it un-commercial and / or less profitable for others. To take any other position is tantamount to weakening their silly claim. At the
present, Argentinean politicians clearly judge that they get better internal ratings by tugging the nationalistic ropes. A new generation, and who
knows what Argentina will do. Hopefully, grow up.
On the basis that Argentinean silliness will never win the Falkland Islands over, we can assume that they will remain loyal to the Crown for some time