|Posted: June 16, 2004, 9:00 am - IP Logged|
Lantern ........yes and no.
The territory claims of my people post date the "Antarctic Treaty of 1959". My people refused to participate in, and were not signatory to the Antarctic Treaty of 1959. No where on that Treaty will you find the name of Win d or any of my fellow countrymen. My homeland has now been over-run by aggressive foreign powers. All territory claims (including ours) were frozen by that Antarctic treaty 1959 and remain frozen to this day.
Now the only reminder of our once proud civilization is in the name our people left behind, and our Embassy here in Stone Mountain Georgia. The name remains ....and sadly reminds us of our rich history as a proud free Antarctican people. Please observe the name on the territory below written in blue. LOL
All new stamp issues together with First Day Covers for the Antarctic Territory, South Georgia and the South Shetland Islands, are obtainable from Sovereign Stamps, the retail arm of the Crown Agents Stamp Bureau.
The only real failure .....is the failure to try.
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Odds never change .....but probability does.