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    And Chile does what?
    My guessing is that they would need to find an alternative way of supply. More expensive than the Argentine one.

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    HA HAHAA AHAHAHAHAHAH HAHAHAHA H HAHAHAH A

    No wait, no, no, no

    HAHAHAHAHAHAH HAHAHAHAHA HAHA

    Or they just roll in to your country and take it?

    Religion and resources, THE two biggest contributers to start wars. Greater than even politics and rivalry.

    You turn off the tap to Chile, they may invade, and bring a few friends. After all you turn the tap on one country, you may do it to others.
    If you post idiocy, don't get upset if you are seen as an idiot.... I don't.

    Here endth the lesson.




    Have you seen any combat?

    Seen a little on TV.

    You talk the talk, but do you walk the walk?



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    Quote Originally Posted by 1000ydstare View Post
    HA HAHAA AHAHAHAHAHAH HAHAHAHA H HAHAHAH A

    No wait, no, no, no

    HAHAHAHAHAHAH HAHAHAHAHA HAHA
    Not quite as funny........a simple ROTFLMAO would work. Your just wasting space on the server. Huh huh huh

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    Roftflmao?
    If you post idiocy, don't get upset if you are seen as an idiot.... I don't.

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    The military option seems exagerated to me, but I must recognize that the Argentine armed forces arent much deterrance today for the Chilean forces.

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    I wouldn't say it was exagerated.

    In the scenario Argentina cuts off resources to Chile.

    They have three options

    a. Enter dialougue to get the gas back on. (likely to have been exhausted prior to turn off).

    b. Buy else where, probably more expensive and from further away thus possibly open to interference.

    c. Threaten, then finally attack Argentina, take control of Gas and turn it on again. Then pay for it again or just take it.

    Bear in mind this sort of thing was a major factor for the Japanese entering the second world war also.
    If you post idiocy, don't get upset if you are seen as an idiot.... I don't.

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    Rolling On The Floor Laughing My *** Off - ROTFLMAO

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    I wasn't though.

    I was being sarcastic.
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    Default Re: The chilean question.

    Quote Originally Posted by Eagle View Post
    I note a little anger by certain members, and I don't understand it.



    Absolutely not. Only with Chile (former disputes, in the past not today) and the United Kingdom.
    In the first case was because the difficulty of obtain an exact and just limit over 4.4 thousand kilometers, all over a high mountains chain, and the difficulties off raising at the same time, both nations, over a hughe non-corrupted territory as the Patagonia is. Really difficult to make an agree, but fortunately that was reached. Some territories were for Argentina, som territories were for Chile.
    And in the second case, for a simple imperialism and expansionism act, from a potency that stoled part of our territories. Nothing more to aid.
    Really good to a country with 7500km of borders with five different countries, to have only two territory conflicts. In the case of the United Kingdom, it hasn't got any border (only 250km in Ireland), and we will find a huge quantity of territory conflicts over the world, supported by its imperialism ideals




    Humm, as I see you don't know a lot of history about Argentina or Chile... I comment you that if you go to Chile you'll here a lot of them claiming that Argentina stoled a lot of Chilean territories and mantains them, for instance the entire patagonia, the territories of desert lake, continental ices... Those territories (which was a mediator, as OEA) stayed at the Argentine side, although the Chileans claimed them strongly (at the point of it was a battle between Argentine and Chilean security forces in Desert Lake).
    So, after more than a century of disputes, is common that Argentines and Chileans would think that the other stoled some part of its own territory, after a century of comings and goings.
    But is easy to mistake, as you did champion, because the only case that was mentioned in the world was the Beagle islands topic, which was declared as the Chilean side. Please in your next post try to write with more information to support what you are defending.

    Regards.
    I guess, Eagle. We have a 3000 mile border with Canada that hasn't been in dispute in over 200 years and another with Mexico that hasn't been in dispute since about 1836, although Pancho Villa did make a raid into New Mexico around 1914. Neither Mexico nor the US had any desire for each others' territory - those days were over. Oh, and those two French islands in the St. Lawrence Seaway between the US and Canada that nobody is planning on invading anytime soon. After all, they belonged to France before there was a United States or an independent Dominion of Canada. There must be a lesson in here somewhere.
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    Default Re: The chilean question.

    You do realize you're responding to six year old posts?

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    Default Re: The chilean question.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nickdfresh View Post
    You do realize you're responding to six year old posts?
    Nick, does the age of the post matter? There are so many threads on this site, that I simply haven't had the time to get to very many of them, although I am slowly working my way through them. There was a time when I left this site for many months - just too busy doing other things - before coming back to it. If I respond to a thread that is old, does that mean it never happened? LOL!

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