Posts Tagged ‘Falklands War’

Thursday, February 2nd, 2012 at 1:55pm

HISTORICAL BACKGROUND TO THE SINKING OF THE BELGRANO

Posted by admin in Belgrano, Falklands War

Click image to enlarge We have the act itself (the sinking of a ship), as well as the end to be gained (keep the British government in power and torpedo a peace initiative) and the circumstances surrounding it (an attack outside the exclusion zone in an undeclared war). The History of the south Atlantic conflict   [...]

Wednesday, February 1st, 2012 at 9:10pm

Thirty Years Later …

Posted by admin in Uncategorized

January 2012:  The sky is darkened with the lame ducks of Britain’s Falklands policy coming home to roost. The UK is now re-violating the Treaty of Tlatelolco, which it did thirty years ago by bringing ships such as HMS Sheffield, armed with nuclear depth-charges, into the conflict. South America is a nuclear-weapons free zone. Britain has announced [...]