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(en) Anarkismo.net: Peace for Colombia by Javier Orozco Peñaranda (ca) [machine translation]

Date Wed, 29 Aug 2012 13:54:08 +0300


Time for a bilateral ceasefire, as the noise of shelling and gunfire and the screams of the victims were not allowed to talk, and it is imperative to address and resolve the structural problems that fuel the Colombian war. ---- Peace for Colombia ... ---- Hope arouses the notice of initiation of the "exploratory talks" in Havana, between the FARC and the Colombian government led by Juan Manuel Santos Calderon. Should also realize them with the ELN and the EPL. ---- These approaches prove the failure of the proposed military defeat of the guerrillas devised by the U.S. government, known as Plan Colombia. Over ten years of a high-intensity war, with latest equipment technology, and advised by experts to be financed, leaving a balance of serious violations of human rights of the civilian population that remains resistant wild-organized capitalism and down some senior of the insurgency, especially the emerging leaves very beaten rule of law.

Neither propaganda nor the huge armed apparatus, managed to defeat meant industrial and military power of the empire and the most violent of the oligarchy.

Time for a bilateral ceasefire, as the noise of shelling and gunfire and the screams of the victims were not allowed to talk, and it is imperative to address and resolve the structural problems that fuel the Colombian war.

Issues such as political exclusion of the green left, the unequal and violent concentration of land ownership, income and income in a few hands, the extermination of indigenous and black communities to make way for monoculture projects and multinational mining ... and impunity, of course.

To talk peace with social justice, which is the only peace with the possibility of being laid will be necessary to review the economic and property rights, erected by monopolies untouchable. For example, a profound agrarian reform urgent, and that can only be successfully pushing the fabric of social organizations, in spite of the dirty war, Colombia still has.

Colombia's peace is peace in South America. But we must be realistic. The "masters of the country" will be in peace "other business opportunity", or there will be no peace.

And that is the dam must break with social mobilization, parallel talks with the government insurgency.

Javier Orozco Peñaranda
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