Today, the British Falklands, Tomorrow, the British Isles!


Can’t let the Liberation Anniversary of the Falkland Isands go by without a mention.  As we’ve said before, the Argies have no right to interfere there, and appear not to have learned their lesson despite the drubbing they got in 1982.

More to the point, Obama is no friend of British people anywhere and has made that crystal clear, by the State Department’s adoption of the enemy appellation ‘Malvinas,’ that he supports imperialism against self-determination.

So the announcement of a referendum is welcome.

Like those on Ulster’s place in the Uk, such a poll should be guaranteed every ten years, to rub the UN Decolonisation Committee’s nose in the fact that they are way out of line in trying to impose ‘mediation.’

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And while we are about it, how about  the referendum Brits back home were promised by Cast-Iron Cameron. There’s been none since 1975, which I rather think means the majority, or near enough, of the current British electorate have had no say whatsoever in the matter of the EUSSR.

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If 3000 British people in the South Atlantic can choose at the ballot-box to re-affirm their wish to be free from foreign rule, so too should 60,000,000 British people in the North Sea!