Skip to comments.One Sorry Apology
Posted on 04/02/2007 6:45:27 PM PDT by Kitten Festival
Latin America: Does Britain want more trouble from its enemies? Then why does it embolden them by apologizing on the 25th anniversary of Argentina's Falklands invasion for the loss of life in that war?
The 25th anniversary of Argentina's invasion of the Falklands should be a time of reflection and resolve, given the new threat Britain faces with 15 of its sailors held hostage in Iran. But the British government's tribute to the attack on Sunday was downright pathetic.
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But I can’t stop myself from thinking dose this mean that they should have apologize for this apology?
I forgot the “d”
They probably will in 25 years.
Pretty soon they will have to apologise for not keeping the Argentines out of the Falklands.
IMO Britain can kiss the Falklands goodbye.
I wonder which world that is. I remember this well and certainly was not stunned. I assumed from the start that if it went to war, Britain would prevail over the tin-horns. They were thugs dressed up in comic opera military regalia, not military generals.
Britain ceased being a great power 50 years ago. Now it can’t even pretend to be one.
I think this whole thing is an April Fool joke run amok...
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