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Sun 25th Oct 2015 23:03
I cannot defend any reason why we go to war especially sending young men to death in Argentina, Margaret Thatcher had a lot to answer for the destruction and condition she left this country in the same as Cameron is doing at the moment, however on the face of it just one question - if we had the same choice to face again would we go in to the Falklands and do the same again? Of course we would. The bad state of war is sadly an ultimate draw.
Comment is about Tracey Currall (poet profile)
Original item by Tracey Currall
Tomás Ó Cárthaigh
Fri 30th May 2008 00:33
Ahh, my point... I dont think the Argentine war was worth the pain it caused. Heros like Simon Weston described it perfectly: "I dont decide if its right or wrong, or who has the most claim on the islands... what is important is that the British citizens living there wished to stay British and that is what I faught for"
Mon 26th May 2008 15:26
The Argentine War was a waste of young mens and womens lives...
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