FARC – Democracy Got It Right On Santos’ Dirty Deal!

Just doing the washing, prior to a welcome visitor’s arrival, and listening to France24 news in the background.

What they regard as ‘news’ comes as no surprise, and is the price that lousy politicians who despise democracy will almost inevitably pay for their hubris.


As we have said before, the nasty FARC communist terrorists…


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….were given not only amnesty but even seats in the national parliament of Colombia.

President Santos put the dirty deal to the people in a referendum…

…and the people threw it out.


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Sell-out Santos


Rather than accept the basic principles of democracy, Santos got the Reds to approve a few cosmetic changes, then brought it back for approval – but NOT by his fellow-citizens.


He dissed the electorate, using his party political cronies in the legislature to rubber-stamp his scheme.  Colombian Sell-Out Santos Crawls To Reds, Betrays Democracy 


The ‘international community colluded shamelessly in what a recent Forbes magazine article referred to as  an internationally-lauded peace agreement   Colombia’s Presidential Election Is Making Peace More Difficult showing their contempt for the Colombian people’s verdict.

Nobel Peace Prize winner: Colombian president Juan Santos 

‘Yay, they are as eendeeferent to democracy as me! Let’s all enjoy ze luxury of crappeeng on ze voters!’

Pope Francis, headed to Colombia, will promote peace accord 

I’m surprised there are any Catholics left in Colombia!


And now chickens are coming home to roost.

We read that the FARC terrorists are weary of their pretended commitment to a democratic society, about 55 percent having left the rural camps where they were expected to make the transition back to civilian life…

Santos propagandists are arguing desperately that many are just breaking free from the once total control of their former commanders….

HOWEVER…many fear they could be joining criminal gangs or a dissident FARC movement that has about 1,000 fighters nationwide.Colombia’s peace deal with FARC wanes on first anniversary

For pity’s sakes.

Why can’t they just admit that making deals with evil is crass folly.

Communists are not to be dealt with as if they are merely some variant of normal politics.

The proper course of action for any government confronted by red revolution is to demand immediate surrender.

If that is not forthcoming..?