President Fernandez said Argentina was "just asking to talk" about the islands' sovereignty and the fact they were still under British rule was "an affront to the world which we all dream of".
Well, Cameron had already talked. “No negotiation” is easily translatable into Spanish. ….”callate puta” will do.
Two Falkland Islands legislators also spoke at the same session – but in their case logically and eloquently - insisting on their right to self-determination.
Legislator Mike Summers said Falkland Islanders had a "distinct and clear identity" and considered the islands to be their country and home. "As much as Argentina might like to airbrush us out of existence to satisfy its unjustified lust for our lands, such behaviour belongs to another era and should not be tolerated in the modern world," he said.
Mr Summers tried to pass a letter offering talks with the Falklands government to President Fernandez but could not get close enough.
Argentina's foreign minister rudely refused to take the document telling the legislator to "send it to my embassy". You’d expect nothing more from an uneducated, third world government crony.
In a speech at the Falkland Islands Government reception on Thursday evening, David Cameron spoke of "aggression from over the water".
He clarified: "My message to the government of Argentina is this: the UK has no aggressive intentions towards you. Accusations of militarisation and nuclear threats are hyperbole and propaganda. But do not under-estimate our resolve," he added. "Threats will not work, attempts to intimidate the islanders will not succeed, because Britain stands ready and willing to stand up for the Falkland Islanders at any time. He concluded "As long as they (the Falklanders) wish to remain a British territory, that is the way it will stay."
Mr Cameron paid tribute to the bravery of those who served in the Falklands and said Britain would always be in their debt.
Foreign Office minister Jeremy Browne attended the service in Port Stanley. He said it was "hard to convey" to the wider world "just how much this means to the Falkland Islanders".
"There are hundreds of people gathered here in what is frankly really freezing cold, inhospitable weather, and they are doing that because they are so grateful for what we achieved on their behalf 30 years ago," he said.
In London the Falklands' flag flew over government buildings.
Kirchner is currently suffering in the polls in Argentina as the Argentinian economy returns to old ways; even against the backcloth of typical massaging of economic figures by the corrupt Kirchner Government. Yesterday’s attempts to spark populist support seemed to fail, as Argentinian media outlets gave at best lukewarm support to Kirchner’s UN sortie.
Kirchner stands in a long queue of Spanish-speaking complainants about British Territories Overseas. The Spanish Queen recently succumbed to the gossipers of Madrid’s elite (still fuming about Gibraltar) and refused an invitation to join her more famous British counterpart - the British Queen – at her Jubilee celebrations.
The queue should be ignored.
British Falkland Islanders, we salute you.