Cameron clearly caught on the wrong foot by Argentinean President
Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner attempted to hand Mr. Cameron a package marked ‘UN – Malvinas’ but the Prime Minister refused to accept it
The “Close encounter of a second kind” was extraordinary to say the least when the British media said it took place in a corridor which clearly is not what the photograph portrays………I found this comment sums up their brief exchange:
At the G20 in sunny Mexico the Argentinean President approached Cameron to attempt a dialogue with him about the answer to the Falklands issue, and in a glowing demonstration of leadership statesmanship and negotiation, what does he do? – A Runner
One can clearly see the distortion of facts when it comes to which newspaper you read. The Zionist controlled UK media clearly state that it was Cameron who approached the Argentinean President but I can assure you it was the other way round.
In the above photograph one can see President Cristina Fernandez intentionally intercepted the British Prime Minister who was caught totally off guard as you can see in Cameron´s blushing facial expression. Christina was fully armed with a standard A4 sized envelope ready to hand it over to the PM but he not only became rather flustered but also refused to accept the envelope that was handed to him.
I find it rather absurd that political leaders never appear to be able to accept an unprepared interview which often takes away their ability to deal with live unknown questions and you can clearly see the two faces, one showing determination and the other in full retreat and totally flustered.
After this initial clash David Cameron again regained his lost composure and put on his usual spin of “Bravado” ( in true Churchill style) before the media in order to show his leadership qualities when he stated:
“I am not proposing a full discussion now on the Falklands but I hope you have noted that they are holding a referendum and you should respect their views. We should believe in self-determination and act as democrats here in the G20”
“‘I told Kirchner that if she believes in democracy then she should respect the will of the people of the Falklands, and I wanted to use this opportunity to tell her this, which I did with some vigour.”
The conversation apparently ended when Mr Cameron walked off. A Downing Street official said: “If they do want to give us a letter, then it’s easy enough to find the UK delegation office at the G20.” “But we don’t need an envelope from Kirchner to know what the UN resolutions say.”
They added: “All the UN resolutions refer to the UN charter, which enshrines the principle of self-determination and that is what we are asking the Argentines to respect.”
“Bring it on David – Let the Bullfight begin”
With David Cameron past track record of massive fraud, corruption and deceit one would have to ask the British people who would you trust if you had to choose between the two? From my perspective it was clearly Kirchner who showed her true leadership qualities at the G20 meeting in Mexico and Cameron coming off second best.
Both leaders had pre prepared there strategy before going to Mexico and commenced firing salvo´s across each other’s bow. It was Kirchner who clearly proved that historically the Malvinas belong to Argentina having been sold by France to Spain who in turn handed over control of the islands to their colonial outpost in Buenos Aires.
David Cameron´s only line of defence was the fact that democracy must allow the islanders to determine their own future and again reconfirmed that the islands are surrounded by vast reserves of oil and gas which is currently being explored by two British companies which according to our Prime Minister can only lead to prosperity for the residents of the island and obviously for the economy of the United Kingdom.
The extremely posh entrance to Falklands Oil and Gas situated at 32 Wigmore Street, Greater London W1U 2RP….why not call in some time and ask for their prospectus…..that is if you find anyone at home!!!…….note the shop next door is for hearing aids…….I can assure you that you may well need glasses trying to find this Cameron supported oil company!!
As I have previously pointed out the latter is an absolute lie as there is no oil and gas and that the two British companies, Rockhopper and Desire Petroleum along with the local company Falklands Oil and Gas are non existent “Virtual or Fake” companies operating out of a boiler room in the UK and who´s only intention is to rip of billions of investors money.
“Only when they know the Serious Fraud Office is on to them” – “I wonder where David Cameron is hiding” ??
David Cameron had previously been aware of such fake companies and has abused his position as Prime Minister by pushing support for fraudulent companies who obviously keep pumping money into his political future….he carried out the same exercise when he met with the Indian PM last year over two very fraudulent deals between two British companies, Cairn Energy and Vedanta Resources and their subsidiaries in India both of whom have common directorships which was clearly a case of insider trading and asset stripping. It was also fact that our PM illegally intervened in another fraudulent deal with Vodafone in India……..this same trend now continues with his backing of yet another fake deal in the Falklands.
One can only hope that Cameron does not assume the same stance as his political mother, Maggie Thatcher, who as we well know in the past took us to yet again an unnecessary war in the Falklands that proved extremely costly in lives and the loss of many British naval vessels.
I can assure you that should such an exchange again take place the outcome could be totally different with the majority of Latin American standing shoulder to shoulder with Argentina and as usual the US left sucking their thumbs!!
Peter Eyre – Middle East Consultant – 20/6/2012