Articles about Argentina
Un-Christian Attitude Towards Falklands Prompts Shadow of Doubt on Newly-Elected Pope
by The Editor
The referendum in the Falklands Islands on 10-11 March was a clear signal to the world that their population would not surrender in the face of threats and aggressions from Argentina. Instead, it would be the master of its destiny. The results spoke for themselves, with a 92% turnout and 98.8% voting in favour of retaining their status as a British Overseas Territory. Only three people voted against. This exercise in democracy, fully backed by London, stands in contrast with Buenos Aires' insistence that the islanders do not exist, and her efforts to harm the economy of the Islands.