Argentina's Prime Minister Christina Gabriella Diego hey Macarena de Ashton Kirchner has again spoken out about the Falkland Islands by denouncing Britain as colonialists who unethically took the islands, in a reference to the British Empire colonists taking the islands. Unethically.
This has raised the possibility of a sequel to the Falklands, especially after the most recent success of the second instalment in the Iraqi Gulf Franchise.
In a strongly and big worded statement the Argentine premier, who could be said to be a Latin American Maggie Thatcher - except that she's hot and you so would - condemned Britain for retaining sovereignty of the islands.
Prime Minister David Cameron replied by selflessly saying it's up to the Island's people - British people - to decide in a referendum whether they want to live in a society linked to piss poor Argentina or relatively wealthy Britain.
Cameron appeared unconcerned at the increasing threat of war by laughing and saying that the Argentines "still have wooden ships and shit."
Historically good historian David Starskey and Hutch commented, "We shouldn't worry too much. If history tells us anything it's that disputes over territory never amount to much."