Colombia’s President “Wants War,” FARC Dissidents Comply

Colombian activist Manuel Rozental explains that the flawed 2016 peace agreement with the FARC rebels was an important step forward, but now FARC dissidents are giving in to the government’s push for more war

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35 thoughts on “Colombia’s President “Wants War,” FARC Dissidents Comply

  1. Colombian president IVÁN DUQUE needs to justify its Narco, mercenary sionist and neoliberal REGIME against its people, and the pretext IS WAR. COLOMBIA IS A REPLICA OF ISRAEL AND THE USA; MOSSAD AND THE CIA. KILLING PEOPLE, VIOLATING HUMAN RIGHTS, AGREDING INTERNALLY AND I. TERNATIONALLY EG. VENEZUELA.. THE FARC REPRESENT THE PEOPLE'S HOPE FOR JUSTICE AND PEACE BUT THE PRO IMPERIALIST REGIME MIGHT BE MANIPULATING FARCs leaders to hide aftetheit announcement so Duque can attack Venezuela saying that Maduro is protecting them…
    People of the world open your eyes. The Colombian traditional media is facilitating this terror.

  2. Well put, friend. Brother Manuel was on point here.

    I hope the US state, it's intelligence agencies and military branches and the ownership class that runs it all is real happy. It's getting exactly what it's always wanted: Fascism to the south. Easily controlled, difficult to over throw, easy to do business with, always in the market for military hardware and more than happy to take out loans they can't repay from the World Bank, IMF, etc and cut deals with the WTO and similar US dominated neoliberal power structures.

    I'm sure the rest of the world's states and ownership class is too cause the conditions are increasingly favorable for their corporate plunder and pillage, continuing, if not strengthening, the required labor aristocracy that keeps their "social democracies" running that US progressives fetishize without understanding and ensuring long-term instability that'll keep the region that way.

    All for the small price of slaughtering innocents. That's never been a price the pigs weren't more than happy to pay. I don't see how the regular people can not be radical, antiauthoritarian anticapitalists in 2019. You're either with the people or with the pigs. I'd rather die with the people than to ever pretend I have a thing in common with the pigs. ✊

  3. The main criticism of the agreement is the fact it gave FARC leaders immunity from prosecution and political power. When the talks with Santos were announced, people wanted peace to occur and for FARC to be disbanded but they did NOT want FARC leadership to not be held accountable for their crimes which include drug trafficking, child abuse, child soldiers, mass murders, mass rapes, terrorism. The first version of the agreement was voted on by the people of Colombia in a referendum and the 'NO' won by a slight margin, then Santos did a few alterations and rammed it through government. When Duque was elected, one of his promises was to push for a modification to the peace agreement so that FARC leadership could be held accountable.

    Ivan Marquez and a few other FARC leaders are afraid that the government wants to arrest them to hold them accountable for their crimes, so they fled.

    This guy being interviewed correctly states that the majority of dead were civilian, then he pivots to blame the government for it but completely dismisses the fact that FARC, ELN, and the dozen other guerrilla movements as well as the counter-guerrilla movements swept through entire villages and towns killing anyone that refused to cooperate with them or that were accused of cooperating with the opposing side. At least half of these deaths are on FARC's shoulders.

  4. How is it that one man can say so much? Thank you for presenting the case for Colombians. I was finding it difficult to satisfy my understanding for how relentlessly incestuous the US dollar is, ultimately, to us all. "Calm B4 The Fintech Storm" comes to mind concerning unstoppable inertias we have to try and find alternative routes about. Hydrino, do become familiar with. Due dilligence is the name of the game.

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