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(BBC-US)   Ex-FARC leaders claim they're ashamed of kidnappings, lack of greenlit headlines   (bbc.com) divider line
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3 days ago  
I'd buy that for five dollars!
 
3 days ago  
If only FARC could bring back the Foobies.
 
3 days ago  
They'll get over it.
 
3 days ago  
What kidnaping may look like:

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3 days ago  
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"I'll release those we kidnapped. My bad."
 
3 days ago  
Someone should probably tell them they're not getting greens because they can't farcing spell.

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3 days ago  
Ahh yes, Colombia. The country where as part of the 'peace' deal between FARC mercenaries and the established government ended up allowing FARC to become an established political party, and proper representation in both their lower house and senate.

They wage a 46-year war that killed thousands of people, funded by drug money which killed thousands more-- and their idea of a 'solution' was letting them have their day in court.

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3 days ago  

TheEdibleSnuggie: Ahh yes, Colombia. The country where as part of the 'peace' deal between FARC mercenaries and the established government ended up allowing FARC to become an established political party, and proper representation in both their lower house and senate.

They wage a 46-year war that killed thousands of people, funded by drug money which killed thousands more-- and their idea of a 'solution' was letting them have their day in court.

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Way to support the little guy, man

wow
I guess you love the smell of the tyranny of the masses in the morning huh??
F&&king sad, man
 
3 days ago  
FARK FARC.
 
3 days ago  

TheEdibleSnuggie: They wage a 46-year war that killed thousands of people, funded by drug money which killed thousands more-- and their idea of a 'solution' was letting them have their day in court.


But letting the war go on to be right was clearly the moral choice, right?

There comes a time in any conflict where ending the conflict is really the only way to move forward.  There are millions of moments when something could have been done better (maybe the U.S. not waging a drug war that only ended up driving up the profits that fueled the war, or the lack of proper governing that let the situation devolve that far in the first place?)
 
3 days ago  
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is that Lo Kee?
 
3 days ago  

waxbeans: TheEdibleSnuggie: Ahh yes, Colombia. The country where as part of the 'peace' deal between FARC mercenaries and the established government ended up allowing FARC to become an established political party, and proper representation in both their lower house and senate.

They wage a 46-year war that killed thousands of people, funded by drug money which killed thousands more-- and their idea of a 'solution' was letting them have their day in court.

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Way to support the little guy, man

wow
I guess you love the smell of the tyranny of the masses in the morning huh??
F&&king sad, man


Your Che t-shirt has a few holes. Might be time for a new one
 
3 days ago  

Mega Steve: waxbeans: TheEdibleSnuggie: Ahh yes, Colombia. The country where as part of the 'peace' deal between FARC mercenaries and the established government ended up allowing FARC to become an established political party, and proper representation in both their lower house and senate.

They wage a 46-year war that killed thousands of people, funded by drug money which killed thousands more-- and their idea of a 'solution' was letting them have their day in court.

[Fark user image image 480x271]

Way to support the little guy, man

wow
I guess you love the smell of the tyranny of the masses in the morning huh??
F&&king sad, man

Your Che t-shirt has a few holes. Might be time for a new one


The people have the superior numbers thus the people should be the ones in charge not a couple of jackasses with capital
 
3 days ago  
Ex-FARC leaders claim they're ashamed of kidnapings, lack abundance of duplicate greenlit headlines

FTFY
 
3 days ago  
Now that they are trying to become respectable.
 
3 days ago  

TheEdibleSnuggie: Ahh yes, Colombia. The country where as part of the 'peace' deal between FARC mercenaries and the established government ended up allowing FARC to become an established political party, and proper representation in both their lower house and senate.

They wage a 46-year war that killed thousands of people, funded by drug money which killed thousands more-- and their idea of a 'solution' was letting them have their day in court.

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2 days ago  
That photo got me thinking about Pink Panther.
 
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