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ALERT: Cuba-backed narco-terrorist group FARC announces it will resume terrorist activities

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by Alberto de la Cruz

Raul Castro, Juan Manuel Santos, and FARC rebel leader Rodrigo Londono in Havana, September 23, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

It’s not like the Marxist FARC ever really stopped being a terrorist organization that has murdered, raped, and kidnapped innocent Colombians for decades. And it’s not like they ever stopped financing their terrorism by trafficking in narcotics. It’s also not like they ever had any intention of laying down their weapons after the so-called peace deal or that Cuba’s Castro dictatorship would ever stop supporting their terrorist activities. This announcement just makes it official.

David Unsworth in PanAm Post:

The FARC Returns to Doing What it Does Best: Terrorizing the Colombian People

A key contingent of the FARC has announced that it will return to the battlefield.

This is about the least unexpected news story ever. For anyone who has paid attention to the “peace deal” sponsored by the Cuban Communist dictatorship, negotiated in Havana, and presided over by the Santos administration, the controversial agreement was always prone to collapse.The Marxist fanatics who comprise the FARC can not be trusted to do anything they say they will do. They are thieves, liars, murderers, and drug traffickers.

The Colombian people, in their wisdom, rejected Santos’ fraudulent peace deal, which gave the FARC the free run of the country as well as completely unearned seats in Congress. The FARC did not lay down their weapons, they did not demobilize, they did not leave the drug business, and estimates routinely suggest that around 40% of their 7,000 fighters are right back in the mountains and jungles of Colombia doing what they do best: trafficking cocaine and terrorizing the Colombian people.

Despite the relative unpopularity of the Duque administration, Colombians have never had a better reason to rejoice that former guerrilla Gustavo Petro is not the president of Colombia. The Colombian Left was quick to blame this most recent development on their favorite punching bag: Alvaro Uribe. However, based on the 2018 election results, the Colombian public clearly understands that the FARC, not the Centro Democratico, is to blame for this turn of events.

The Colombian people rejected the peace deal in a free and fair democratic election. Why would they (or anyone) want to go along with a deal sponsored by the Communist dictatorship of the vile Castro brothers, also internationally-recognized cocaine traffickers. The peace deal is one giant farce. The FARC did not comply with the provisions; they still have weapons; they still have their money and land; they still are heavily involved in the drug business, and they have no support from the Colombian people (as evidenced by their absolutely pathetic showing in the 2018 elections). We should all be counting down the days until these vile Communists will no longer enjoy their completely unearned seats in Congress (another insult to the “democracy” foisted upon us by the globalist elites).

For those who believe that the FARC have been good citizens during this whole process, they are deluding themselves. They are loathed and reviled by the Colombian people, and they are completely untrustworthy.

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