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Obama’s visit to Argentina in March and the dispute between Argentina and the UK over the Falkland Islands.
The Falkland Islands are considered self-governed, however, the UK provides for its defense and foreign affairs.
In 1982, the British government fought a war with Argentina to protect its claim in the Falkland’s (refer below to David Griffin). During the 2011 referendum 98 percent of residents favored the status quo and islanders cannot accept Argentinian sovereignty against their will.
“In the long standing dispute, Buenos Aires claims it inherited the Falkland Islands from the Spanish crown in 1816, while London justifies its position saying it has continuously administered the territory since 1833, as well as the islands’ population, which is almost entirely of British descent.” RT
Recently, Argentina has once again, claimed rights to Falkland’s resources, including the Falkland oil fields which are not your typical oil fields! Refer below to UN ruling and refer to Black Goo at the bottom.
Traumatic memories for Argentinians.
Using USNews as a source, here is a recap of Obama’s trip:
Obama’s visit fell on the 40th anniversary of a military coup and the trauma of the past is revisited. Memories of the military rule between 1976 and 1983 haunt the country, affecting political ideology and feeding debates about whether the country should continue to spend millions of dollars every year prosecuting former dirty war perpetrators and searching for the remains of the missing.
Human rights groups estimate about 30,000 were killed or disappeared, though official estimates are around 13,000. Obama administration surprised many across the country of 41 million people by announcing plans to declassify CIA, FBI and other secret documents related to the dictatorship. Human rights groups have been pushing for years for such a document dump. Many question the 1976 meeting between Sec. of State Henry Kissinger and Argentina’s foreign minister which seemed to show Kissinger green-lighting a clampdown on dissidents.
The trip to Argentina followed Obama’s historic visit to Cuba and a revisiting of 50 years of concocted animosity and trauma.
The visit also coincides with false flag terror attacks in Brussels where 31 people were allegedly killed and once again fear and “code red” trauma remain a constant in the “NWO” agenda.
UN ruling on Argentina’s territorial waters claim
Shares in UK oil company Rockhopper Exploration PLC slumped 5.3 percent on Tuesday morning. The company, which has suffered major losses in recent years after failing to find oil around the Islands, merged with competitor Falklands Oil & Gas Limited (FOGL) last November in a £57-million deal.”