It's a good thing Argentine children are being supplied with 100% unbiased historical data such as this.
you're being taught lies jose
hahahahahaha did the British paratrooper say "attack, for imperialism!"
You don't have to understand Spanish to know what's going on
We make awesome childrens propaganda cartoon baddies.
That is hilarious as it is depressing at the same time.
why is the falklands kid speaking spanish with an american accent
You know I bet this garbage is pretty tough for the Argentinian public themselves to swallow considering 30000 were carted off and executed for opposing the same fascist regime that went to war against the British in the first place.
That falkland kid sounded like a magicka character.
This needs subtitles, all I got was the Argentinians still don't get that the Falklands aren't theirs
This is definitely not something I was expecting to come from a place like Argentina.
I dont understand what was so funny. I dont know whatever moonspeak they were speaking
As hypocritical as their argument is, you guys are being too harsh on a children's propaganda cartoon.
That map at 3:54 looks like Argentina has a boner
Also, it's quite hilarious how "evil" they try to make british people look
Also, argentinian soldiers didn't have any gear, barely had planes and most of the soldiers were kidnapped from their own homes, some of them being as young as 16
i am deeply ashamed of being argentinian right now
So what is this scuffle in the Falklands about again? I know the basics, the Brits took it as a colony and Argentina wanted it but were to weak or something but they attacked in 198-something and tried to get them back but the islands had a dominant British population by then so it was considered unjustified...
I don't know.
I could be wrong, but that's how I remember it at least.
The Falklands were an empty island owned by Argentinia, but in 1830 something the British came along and took it, colonizing it at the same time. Fast forward to the 1980 as 2000 (?) Brits lived there. Despite that, the Argentines still think it's theirs.
It would be like the American Indians or the Australian Aborigines coming along and demanding the US or Australia back
Honestly, Argentina has no rights over the Falklands.
Even if they did own it, that was 200 years ago