¿Peace Papa?

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« The leaders of the Confederacy were not prosecuted for their crimes against their country, which was allegedly Lincoln’s choice, and then . . . he died.  Fidel Castro is another famous bad guy who revolutionized (like the Confederacy only successful) Cuba.  Fidel and his amigos including the iconically famous Che are guilty of many crimes in their early years, and if one is willing to lend an ear to their dissidents, then arbitrary crimes against the people of Cuba continue unchecked today.  FARC is a legendary drug-trafficking group that has contaminated the government of Colombia.  The failure of justice for the perpetrators of the confederacy are history though FARC and Fidel are not history yet.  At the hands of the pope Fidel and Barack are now pals, and FARC and the recognized leader of Colombia were brought together on the Island of Cuba.  I am not claiming to know what was correct just as Richard Nixon’s pardon is one where I flip flop like John Kerry was accused of doing by the W people in his campaign for the White House.  I don’t know what’s right.  I am sure the Nuremberg Trials were necessary.  Papa Francisco Primaro’s visit is historic, and he wants peace, and peace he gets.  It’s too late to prosecute Fidel, and if we don’t get Fidel what’s the point.  It’s not too late for justice for the crimes in the jungles of Colombia.  The FARC are the dickriders who imprisoned Igrid Betancourt who is alive and living in France today.  Papa Francisco: peace has a price, and the failure to prosecute at least one FARC criminal is a lazy-peace-process error the people of Colombia and the world may regret.  ¿Papa is it really okay to let the Bettencourt thing slide?  Though John Kerry praised the deal . . . .John Kerry is not Colombian.  Late addition at post time: the Colombian hefe of el Carretero48 says, “no paz.  I just showed shoed el hefe the vid of the recent peace handshake of FARC and Colombia on the island of Cuba . . . . the negative reaction is strong. »» about me  302-990-2346  twitter  nearlincoln@hotmail.com  contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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