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POR QUE EL MALVINENSE BORRA TODA LA VERDAD CON MIOS ESCRITO

 
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MensajePublicado: Vie Ago 24, 2018 4:15 pm    Asunto: POR QUE EL MALVINENSE BORRA TODA LA VERDAD CON MIOS ESCRITO Responder citando

lLA VERDAD ES QUE INGLATERRA IBA POLVARIZAR ARGENTINA CON MISILES Y BOMBAS NUCLEARES EN 1982 POR QUE ESTAVAN PERDIENDO LA GUERRA EN 1982 Y NO TENIAN MAZ ABASTICMENTOS POR CINCO DIAZ,IBA HAVER OTRA INVASION ARGENTINA

A LAS AMLVINAS LOS INGLESES TENIAN 5 SUBMARINOS NUCLEARES EN LAS COSTAS DE ARGENTINA ,CONTRARIO A TODOS LOS ARTICLOS INTERNACIONALES ASI COMO TODOS SUIOS BARCOS TENIAN ARMAS Y MISILES NUCLEARES

EN 17 ASTA LO 27 DE AGOSTO 1983 EL PARLAMEIENTO INGLES TUBO UNA RENUION SECRETA ONDE DECIDIERON MANTER LA GUERRA DE MALVINAS COMO MILITAR SEGREDO POR 75 A 90 ANOS

LA PRENSA RADIO Y TELEVISION ZIONISTA EN ARGENTINA UNA INDUSTRIA DE MENTIRAS DESTRUIRON TODAS FUERZAS ARMADAS ARGENTINAS CON MENTIRAS Y FALSIDADES

LA CIA MOSSADA Y MI6 LLELARON ARGENTINA CON DROGAS FUERTES Y MUI BARATAS PARA DESTRUIR LA MORAL Y EL ESPIRITO DEL PUEBLO Y LA NACION Y GUARDARON TODOS ESTOS SEGREDOS DE AMERICA LATINA PARA QUE EL PUEBLO JAMAS SOUBERA LA VERDAD

CUANDO TODO ESTO SALIO EN DIARIOS DE LOS EEUU Y GRANBRTANIA en 1983

Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America (Tlatelolco Treaty

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Tres cosas que salen siempre: el sol, la luna y la verdad

C. LAROUCHISM IN ARGENTINA: THE SEINELDIN CONNECTION

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Thatcher 'threatened to nuke Argentina'


Margaret Thatcher forced François Mitterrand to give her the codes to disable Argentina's deadly French-made missiles during the Falklands war by threatening to launch a nuclear warhead against Buenos Aires, according to a book.
Rendez-vous - the psychoanalysis of François Mitterrand, by Ali Magoudi, who met the late French president up to twice a week in secrecy at his Paris practice from 1982 to 1984, also reveals that Mr Mitterrand believed he would get his "revenge" by building a tunnel under the Channel which would forever destroy Britain's island status.
The book, to be published on Friday, is one of several on France's first Socialist president to mark the 10th anniversary of his death on January 8 1996. Despite a now tarnished reputation, he remains a source of fascination for the French in general and the left in particular. Rendez-vous provides revealing insights into the man's mysterious character, complicated past, paranoia and power complex, but nothing as titillating as his remarks on the former British prime minister.
"Excuse me. I had a difference to settle with the Iron Lady. That Thatcher, what an impossible woman!" the president said as he arrived, more than 45 minutes late, on May 7 1982. "With her four nuclear submarines in the south Atlantic, she's threatening to unleash an atomic weapon against Argentina if I don't provide her with the secret codes that will make the missiles we sold the Argentinians deaf and blind." He reminded Mr Magoudi that on May 4 an Exocet missile had struck HMS Sheffield. "To make matters worse, it was fired from a Super-Etendard jet," he said. "All the matériel was French!"
In words that the psychoanalyst has sworn to the publisher, Meren Sell, are genuine, the president continued: "She's livid. She blames me personally for this new Trafalgar ... I was obliged to give in. She's got them now, the codes."
Mr Mitterrand - who once described Mrs Thatcher as "the eyes of Caligula and the mouth of Marilyn Monroe" - went on: "One cannot win against the insular syndrome of an unbridled Englishwoman. Provoke a nuclear war for a few islands inhabited by three sheep as hairy as they are freezing! But it's a good job I gave way. Otherwise, I assure you, the Lady's metallic finger would have hit the button."
France, he insisted, would have the last word. "I'll build a tunnel under the Channel. I'll succeed where Napoleon III failed. And do you know why she'll accept my tunnel? I'll flatter her shopkeeper's spirit. I'll tell her it won't cost the Crown a penny."

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DID U.S. FUND FALKLAND WAR?

The United States sent more than $60 million in arms and military supplies to Britain during the Falklands War, as part of an emergency aid program without which Britain could not have defeated Argentina, the Economist magazine said today.The Economist said Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger's "most remarkable offer of the war" was a proposal to let Britain use the 11,750-ton USS Guam if either of Britain's two aircraft carriers, the...


8. Philadelphia Inquirer, The (PA) - August 24, 1984

ARTICLE: NUCLEAR STRIKE WAS OPTION PROBE URGED OF BRITISH POLICY IN THE FALKLANDS WAR
Opposition members of Parliament yesterday called for an urgent investigation into assertions that Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher contemplated a nuclear strike against Argentina's second-largest city during the Falkland Islands War.The leftist weekly magazine New Statesman said it had confirmed an earlier statement that a Polaris submarine equipped with nuclear missiles was deployed during the 1982 war as far south as Ascension Island, in the central South Atlantic off...

DID U.S. FUND FALKLAND WAR?
The United States sent more than $60 million in arms and military supplies to Britain during the Falklands War, as part of an emergency aid program without which Britain could not have defeated Argentina, the Economist magazine said today.The Economist said Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger's "most remarkable offer of the war" was a proposal to let Britain use the 11,750-ton USS Guam if either of Britain's two aircraft carriers, the...

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8. Philadelphia Inquirer, The (PA) - August 24, 1984

ARTICLE: NUCLEAR STRIKE WAS OPTION PROBE URGED OF BRITISH POLICY IN THE FALKLANDS WAR
Opposition members of Parliament yesterday called for an urgent investigation into assertions that Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher contemplated a nuclear strike against Argentina's second-largest city during the Falkland Islands War.The leftist weekly magazine New Statesman said it had confirmed an earlier statement that a Polaris submarine equipped with nuclear missiles was deployed during the 1982 war as far south as Ascension Island, in the central South Atlantic off...

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7. Miami Herald, The (FL) - August 24, 1984

BRITISH WEIGHED NUCLEAR STRIKE, MAGAZINE SAYS
Opposition members of parliament called Thursday for an investigation into charges Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher considered a nuclear strike against Argentina during the 1982 Falklands War.The weekly socialist magazine New Statesman said it confirmed earlier allegations that a Polaris submarine equipped with nuclear missiles was deployed into the South Atlantic.The charge originally was made by Labor Party lawmaker Tam Dalyell, who said he had information that nuclear weapons...

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5. Philadelphia Daily News (PA) - August 23, 1984

NUKE ARGENTINA? THATCHER LINKED TO ATTACK PLAN
Opposition members of Parliament today called for an urgent investigation into charges Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher contemplated a nuclear strike against Argentina's second largest city during the Falklands War.The leftist weekly magazine, New Statesman, said it confirmed earlier allegations a Polaris submarine equipped with nuclear missiles was deployed as far south as Ascension Island during the war in 1982.The charge orginally was made by Labor Party member of...

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2. Daily Breeze (Torrance, CA) - August 25, 1984

Admirals deny nuclear plan
LONDON -- Two admirals in charge of the Royal Navy during the Falklands war denied that Britain ever considered attacking Argentina with nuclear weapons, the Times of London reported Friday.They were responding to allegations Thursday in the left-wing weekly New Statesman that a Polaris submarine was sent to Ascension Island. The magazine said that had the war gone badly for Britain, the submarine was to launch a nuclear attack on an Argentine city, probably Cordoba.Admiral of the...

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8. Philadelphia Inquirer, The (PA) - August 24, 1984

ARTICLE: NUCLEAR STRIKE WAS OPTION PROBE URGED OF BRITISH POLICY IN THE FALKLANDS WAR
Opposition members of Parliament yesterday called for an urgent investigation into assertions that Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher contemplated a nuclear strike against Argentina's second-largest city during the Falkland Islands War.The leftist weekly magazine New Statesman said it had confirmed an earlier statement that a Polaris submarine equipped with nuclear missiles was deployed during the 1982 war as far south as Ascension Island, in the central South Atlantic off...

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. Washington Post, The (DC) - December 9, 1983

Nuclear Policy Shift Signaled in Argentina Top policy-makers of the incoming government of Raul Alfonsin have indicated that they may be willing to accept international safeguards on nuclear facilities here if Argentina can win political concessions from the United States and other Western countries.The possibility of the new government's reversing the long-standing Argentine rejection of appeals by the United States and the International Atomic Energy Agency on international inspection would be tied to American...

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Miami Herald, The (FL) - September 10, 1984

BRITISH HOUSE OF COMMONS REBEL WANTS FALKLANDS CASE REOPENED As British politicians debate the Falkland/Malvinas Islands and their future, two names come up over and over again.The first is the General Belgrano, the Argentine cruiser torpedoed during the 1982 conflict. The second is Tam Dalyell, a House of Commons member who is waging a one-man crusade to rewrite the official record on that sinking.By the official record, Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and her war Cabinet ordered an attack on the vessel out of concern that British ships...

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The Washington Times - May 23, 1998

Islands in a nuclear stream? This is a curious book about a strange little war which totally preoccupied the Reagan administration for three months in the spring of 1982. The same could be said for the governments of Britain and Argentina which found themselves unexpectedly at dagger's point for the first time in more than a century.No one figured it would come to this. U.S. officials were surprised that the Argentines had any plans to take over the Southern Atlantic archipelago called the Falkland Islands...

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Miami Herald, The (FL) - August 8, 1982

TORIES LAMBASTE ANGLICANS' CALL TO SCRAP N-ARMS The Church of England is embroiled in a new squabble with Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's ruling Conservative Party, this one over a church panel's proposal that Britain scrap its nuclear weapons in the hope that other nations would do likewise.The 170-page report, "The Church and the Bomb," drew scathing comments from several Conservative lawmakers after its contents appeared Friday in The Guardian newspaper. The leak came on the...

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Naval War College Review - March 21, 2000

Argentina, a New U.S. Non-Nato Ally, Significance and Expectations Why Argentina? MNNA: Meaning and Implications Concerns, Opportunities, and Disadvantages Options and Outlook Notes A Note to Our Subscribers Figure 2. Security Assistance Programs Applicable to Argentina as an MNNA Figure 3. Bilateral U.S./Argentine Defense Achievements Table 1. Current "Blue Helmet" Missions: Argentine Contribution Table 2. Selected Troop Contributors to UN Peacekeeping Like many other surprising changes taking place at the end of the twentieth century, the emergence of Argentina as a formal ally of the United States attracted the attention of the world. How could the United States shift so decisively its policy toward a nation whose stance had until very recently been characterized by nonalignment, neutralism, and even rivalry?President William J. Clinton made the official announcement on 16 October 1997, during a visit to Buenos Aires; in it he...

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR - SEPTEMBER 4, 1990

Iraq's Nuclear Wildcards, How Argentina and Brazil armed Saddam with terror LONG in the shadows of East-West arms control, arms trade among Argentina, Brazil, and Iraq has strengthened Saddam Hussein's position in the Persian Gulf crisis. With Latin-developed mass-destruction technologies in hand, Saddam's nonaligned populism could transcend the politics of Islam and shift the global balance of power.Iraq's Argentine connection dates back to the 1982 Falklands/Malvinas war, when the military junta acquired French-made Exocet...

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Telam news agency, Buenos Aires - October 28, 1998

Argentina: "Exclusive" Menem interview on Falklands prior to British visit Buenos Aires, 25th October: Having said that "creative formulas" should be sought to regain sovereignty over the Malvinas [Falkland] Islands, President Carlos Menem dismissed the possibility of an autonomous system of government in South Atlantic islands grounded on the islanders' right to "self-determination". To that effect, the head of state recalled that "the Argentine federal system of government...

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Miami Herald, The (FL) - December 14, 1982

WRITER: FALKLANDS WAR HAD MILITARY LESSONS The Falkland/Malvinas Islands war between Britain and Argentina pointed out the weaknesses of large, comparatively slow attack planes, according to the 1982-83 edition of the authoritative Jane's All the World's Aircraft.John W.R. Taylor, veteran editor of the military manual published today, added in a foreword that the effectiveness of rockets and gunfire from the ground and from warships in the 74- day conflict is a lesson for NATO defense...

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Miami Herald, The (FL) - May 30, 1982

DOES U.S. NAVY IGNORE SHIPS' MISSILE VULNERABILITY? The U.S. Navy has deceived itself and Congress about the vulnerability of its warships to modern enemy missiles, according to experts inside and outside the Pentagon.All but ignored in Navy studies, for example, are the dangers of fires like those that have destroyed at least three British vessels in the South Atlantic war with Argentina. For a Navy proposing to add two nuclear aircraft carriers and undertake a $168-billion, long-term shipbuilding program, the ability of...

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Miami Herald, The (FL) - June 7, 1982

BRITAIN HARDENS STANCE ON FUTURE AS TROOPS NEAR RECOVERY OF ISLANDS In the new slang from the South Atlantic, British troops have snurgled to within seven miles of Stanley and the expected big clash with its Argentine defenders on the Falkland/Malvinas Islands, British Defense Ministry sources said Sunday."The big push is on," said a dispatch from the islands. The Defense Ministry has clamped down on news from the battlefront, and observers believe the lull in information means a step-up in activity. Sources say...

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Record-Journal (Meriden, CT) - March 1, 2003

World, Expedition to seek sunken Argentine warship BUENOS AIRES, Argentina - Amid growing controversy here, a National Geographic Society maritime expedition is scheduled to depart from Patagonia on Sunday to search for the remains of the General Belgrano, an Argentine warship sunk in the South Atlantic Ocean under disputed circumstances during the Falklands War more than 20 years ago. The voyage, which is to be filmed for a television documentary, has produced deep divisions among various groups representing war veterans and...

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Lincoln Journal Star (NE) - August 30, 1998

"Falklands Sting' outlines war's global impact "The Falklands Sting: Reagan, Thatcher and Argentina's Bomb," Richard C. Thornton, Brassey's, 290 pages.One may contend the strange Falkland Islands War in 1982 did not resolve the so-called root cause of the conflict. That would be accurate enough.Sixteen years after Argentina's battered ground forces on those remote islands in the cold South Atlantic surrendered to British troops, the issue of who...

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Boston Globe - July 16, 1982

EDITORIAL The inauguration of retired army general Reynaldo Bignone as president of Argentina last month opened a period of political transition with far-reaching implications for the hemisphere. But because of our own mistakes, the United States is having only marginal influence on this unfolding course of events. Up to the Falklands/Malvinas crisis the Reagan Administration based its policy toward Argentina on four assumptions BULLET That a US-Argentine partnership...

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Miami Herald, The (FL) - June 3, 1982

OTHER TERRITORIAL DISPUTES THREATEN PEACE The war in the Falkland/Malvinas Islands may be only the beginning of a series of new and dangerous conflicts in Latin America, a private study group warned Wednesday.The New York-based Aspen Institute said in a report that the Falklands/Malvinas crisis is similar in origin to a host of major Latin American border disputes that pose "significant" chances for war in the 1980s. The report said that the most serious border disputes involve Argentina...

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St. Louis Post-Dispatch (MO) - April 4, 1982

Falkland Invaders Set For British Attack Mrs. Thatcher Assails Grab Of Falklands Some Conservative Party members, faces buried in their hands, groaned as Nott responded to allegations that London did nothing to prevent the invasion.''We were not unprepared,'' said Nott, battling to speak above hoots and jeers during a tense three-hour debate. ''From next Monday, at only a few days' notice, the Royal Navy will put to sea in...

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Salem-News.com (OR) - June 20, 2010

Oil and the Falklands, In the long run, I would seriously doubt BP would do a risky deep sea drilling after the recent disaster that has been swarming all over news. (SALEM, Ore.) - BP plc is a British-based global energy company which is the third largest energy company and the fourth largest company in the world. As a multinational oil company, BP is Great Britains largest corporation.The company is among the largest private sector energy corporations in the world. It is one of six major vertically integrated private sector oil exploration, natural gas and petroleum product marketing companies. Petroleum merged with Amoco, an...

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Miami Herald, The (FL) - June 5, 1983

'NEW' CIA U.S. INVOLVEMENT They were known as the CIA's "Family Jewels," the private sins whose public airings virtually destroyed the agency's capacity for covert action in the mid-1970s.Eight plots to assassinate Fidel Castro. Destabilization of Salvador Allende's administration in Chile. The Bay of Pigs. The overthrow of the Diem regime in Vietnam. Snooping on American students. Opening U.S. mails. Throughout the late 1970s, the...

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Foreign Affairs - June 2006

The Special Relationship, Then and Now FROM THE FALKLANDS TO IRAQ On September 11, 2001, just hours after the collapse of the World Trade Center, British Prime Minister Tony Blair pledged his solidarity with the United States. "Here in the United Kingdom," he said, "we stand shoulder to shoulder with our American friends in this hour of tragedy, and we, like them, will not rest until this evil is driven from our world."That commitment was wholly in line with a...

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THE SEATTLE TIMES - March 19, 1985

ARGENTINE LEADER BRINGS PROBLEMS OF DEMOCRACY TO U.S. Democracy is not a magic potion that will automatically transform a problem-ridden country into paradise. Argentina's President Raul Alfonsin has learned the hard way.Alfonsin, who meets with President Reagan today and addresses a joint session of Congress tomorrow, was elected president last year, ending eight years of military rule in Argentina. He inherited $45 billion in foreign debts and an economy where the annual inflation rate now stands at 700 percent.After a...

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR - December 29, 1993

Treaty Supports International Cooperation ONE of the world's least-known and most-successful East-West treaties was negotiated and ratified in the middle of the cold war. The Antarctic Treaty reserved the continent for ``peaceful purposes'' and ``scientific investigation.'' In 1961, 12 nations gathered here in Washington to sign the treaty. After the broad achievements of the 1957-58 International Geophysical Year, the scientific community wanted to continue its...

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR - August 26, 1994

Argentines Reexamine Cost of Shifts in Middle East Policy ARGENTINA may be discovering that traveling the political road from isolationism to alignment with the West can carry a hefty price tag.The country's attempts to play a more prominent role in international affairs - without paying more attention to external security - may be one reason why it is now scrambling to find suspects in a bombing that killed nearly 100 people on July 18 when terrorists blew up the headquarters of a local Jewish organization.Following the...

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Philadelphia Inquirer, The (PA) - December 11, 1983

ARGENTINA GETS ELECTED PRESIDENT, ENDS DICTATORSHIP Raul Alfonsin, 56, vowing to "establish democracy once and for all in Argentina," was inaugurated yesterday as president in ceremonies that marked the end of nearly eight years of military dictatorship."There are many problems that cannot be solved immediately," Alfonsin said in his inaugural address, "but public immorality ends today. We are going to govern with decency."Alfonsin, leader of the Radical...

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (PA) - January 15, 1999

THE EXAMPLE OF ARGENTINA \ Few visitors have earned as much international respect for their and their countries' accomplishments as Carlos Menem, now in his 10th year as president of Argentina. We used to blame others for our troubles, he told one Washington audience this week; now we take responsibility for ourselves. If there is an edge of pride to his self-accounting, then it is justified by the facts.First under Raul Alfonsin and now under Carlos Menem, Argentina has overcome a history of...

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Washington Post - January 14, 1999

The Example of Argentina FEW VISITORS have earned as much international respect for their and their countries' accomplishments as Carlos Menem, now in his 10th year as president of Argentina. We used to blame others for our troubles, he told one Washington audience this week; now we take responsibility for ourselves. If there is an edge of pride to his self-accounting, then it is justified by the facts.First under Raul Alfonsin and now under Carlos Menem, Argentina has overcome a history of internal...

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Miami Herald, The (FL) - June 10, 1983

THATCHER WINS BRITISH MANDATE Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher won a landslide reelection victory Thursday, quadrupling her majority in Parliament and claiming a new mandate to continue Conservative policies for another five years."It has been a rather exciting evening for some of us," Thatcher said at a celebration in her home district in north London. "I approach this second term of office with a great sense of responsibility and a great sense of humility. I hope...

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Boston Globe - April 19, 1982

FALKLANDS TALKS RESUME\ WE ARE APPROACHING A SOLUTION,' ARGENTINE OFFICIAL REPORTS Secretary of State Alexander M. Haig Jr. and Argentine negotiators are "approaching a solution" to the conflict between Britain and Argentina over the Falkland Islands, a member of the ruling military junta reported today. A newspaper here reported that Argentina was willing to participate in negotiations at the United Nations on the key issue of who has sovereignty over the islands, ruled by Britain for 149 years and seized by Argentine troops on April...

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Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher contemplated a nuclear strike against Argentina's second largest city during the Falklands War

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ARTICLE: NUCLEAR STRIKE WAS OPTION PROBE URGED OF BRITISH POLICY IN THE FALKLANDS WAR Opposition members of Parliament yesterday called for an urgent investigation into assertions that Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher contemplated a nuclear strike against Argentina's second-largest city during the Falkland Islands War.The leftist weekly magazine New Statesman said it had confirmed an earlier statement that a Polaris submarine equipped with nuclear missiles was deployed during the 1982 war as far south as Ascension Island, in the central South Atlantic off..
NUKE ARGENTINA? THATCHER LINKED TO ATTACK PLAN Opposition members of Parliament today called for an urgent investigation into charges Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher contemplated a nuclear strike against Argentina's second largest city during the Falklands War.The leftist weekly magazine, New Statesman, said it confirmed earlier allegations a Polaris submarine equipped with nuclear missiles was deployed as far south as Ascension Island during the war in 1982.The charge orginally was made by Labor Party member of...

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Sr., como ya se le ha explicado en reiteradas veces en el pasado, sus mensajes son borrados porque publica en esta sección "GUERRA DE MALVINAS", asuntos fuera de tópico, es decir temas OFF TOPIC, del cual posee dentro del foro el pertinente espacio en los subforos relativos a los temas que desee publicar.
Aquí solo debe publicar sobre asuntos relativos a la guerra de Malvinas de 1982. Y tampoco está permitido publicar catarata de links sin el desarrollo de la idea, este es foro de opinión no sitio spamer.

De seguir infringiendo las normas será expulsado sin otra advertencia.

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POR FABOR APUNTE Y EXPLICA ME POR FABOR CUAL ES LA PAGINA ONDE YO PUEDO ESCREBIR LA VERDAD EN EL MALVINENSE

NO SE PREOCUPE EN EXPULSAR ME POR QUE 3 COSAS SEMPRE SALEM

LA LUNA EL SOL Y LA VERDAD

YO JAMAZ HAY PUESTO UNA SOLA MENTIRA DE LO QUE PASO EN LA GUERRA DE MALVINAS, POR EL CONTRARIO AI INFORMADO BIEN TODA ARGENTINA,. GRACIAS A ESTE DIARIO EL MALVINENSE

LO QUE LA PRENSA RADIO Y TELEVISION EN ARGENTINA JAMAZ LO HAY ECHO,.PARA MANTER AMERICA LATINA EN TOTAL OSCURIDADE

MUI CORDIALES SALUDOS

ANTONIO FARINHA


P.S. SI AHORA LO COMPRENDO ESTA PAGINA,.....Foros de discusión -> Actualidad -OFF TOPIC-
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BUENO AMIGOS ARGENTINOS TIENGO QUE EMPEZAR A ESCREBIR,.... OFF TOPIC


DESDE CANADA CON LA VERDAD LA CUAL VOSOTROS JAMAZ LA VAN SABER EN AMERICA LATINA Y MUCHO MENOS EN ARGENTINA

BUSQUEME ABAJO EN


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por fabor venga para el foro abajo e vea lo que yo estoi poniendo con la verdad escondida por maz de 30 anos a argentina y sud america

patriota argentino se amas tu patria conece toda la verdad

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