From Colombia, a huge middle finger to FARC Marxist terrorists | 3/13/2018 | Staff
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Here's something we learn from Colombia: no one, and I mean no one, likes left-wing thugs, the creeps who prance around in Che t-shirts, get government bennies, and literally get away with murder.

That's the result of an election held there over the weekend, where FARC Marxist narco-terrorists got next to nothing in the vaunted "peace process" elections, in the culmination of the oh, so globally vaunted peace process that brought Colombia's appeasionist president, Juan Manuel Santos, the Nobel Peace Prize. Seeing FARC's Marxist narco-terrorists on the ballot with ten free seats in Congress, voters just wouldn't vote for them.

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That was the verdict from Sunday's election in Colombia, with FARC taking home a grand total of...0.21% of the vote in the Colombian House and 0.34% of the vote in the Colombian Senate, rendering them a rounding error.

It was lower than even so-called Colombia experts had predicted (neighborhood of 5%) to the press, and far lower than what Northern Ireland's detested Irish Republican Army terrorists took home from their own peace-with-impunity deal, brokered by Bill Clinton in the 1990s.

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So for all the left's romance about guerrillas out there, all the Che t-shirts, and all the left's love for "peace processes" that reward terrorists, Colombians had other ideas.

Seriously, they really rejected these left-wing thugs. And it's not as if these voters hadn't tried to tell their government this earlier.

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The voters tried to tell Colombia's government they weren't on with the government's deal to fork over ten free congressional seats to the brutal leftist terrorists who terrorized the country in the name of communism for half a century, killing 221,000 people, but no dice. Colombia's government, along with Juan Manuel Santos, blithely ignored the surprise results of the referendum on the FARC "peace deal," which was soundly rejected by the voters and went...
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