Sponging Argies Splurge on Fighter-Bombers – Bring Them To Heel!

Good article about one of the better British MPs, Andrew Rosindell, at Tax-Payers’ Alliance http://www.taxpayersalliance.com/campaign/2014/11/justine-greening-reaffirms-stance-funding-argentina.html

I offer you a brief extract. 

The World Bank board endorsed a new country strategy for Argentina on the 9th of September, envisioning over $3 billion in new loans to the country. Amazingly, a country this deep in debt has seen fit to spend approximately $1.6 billion on 24 advanced Saab Gripen fighter-bomber aircrafts, as Mr Rosindell pointed out in Parliament.

The politicians in Buenos Aires won’t honour their financial obligations, and expect BRITS to join the bail-out?

After what the Argies did, and despite the absence of any apologies for their aggression?

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One and a half billion! On fighter-bombers? Who are they planning to attack?

We understand that a World Bank vote in December is to decide on new loans to Argentina. It is crucial that the UK government takes a strong position at that vote, so that the result of the vote is a no….


And Britain needs to go further, in the face of THIS new Argie arrogance!.



Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner holds a plaque before delivering a speech during a ceremony to mark the 30th Anniversary of the 1982 South Atlantic war between Argentina and the Britain over the Falkland Islands

Argie  President


Argentina’s decision to display signs expressing the country’s claim over the Falklands is “regrettable”, a diplomatic source has said. 

A law passed by the Argentine Congress says public transport must have signs saying “Las Malvinas son Argentinas” (the Falkland Islands are Argentine).

The Argentine MP behind the initiative said it would reflect “our undeniable sovereignty” over the islands.  

Falkland Islands are Argentine signs ‘regrettable’ BBC News 22/11/14


Unless the Argentine regime formally renounces its imperialist ambitions and recognises that, under the principle of self-determination, the Falkland Islands are British and will always be so, not a red cent of UK tax-payers’ money should fall into their grubby little paws.