Monday, June 25, 2007

Next time, just kill him

I'm sorry, anyone who is a leader of a Marxist or Maoist Revolutionary cell is just like a leader of a Islamist terror organization; don't capture them if you ever think they will see the light of day again. Just kill them. They will lie, cheat and steal to get free again, and when they do - they will do their best to attack you and kill those you are supposed to protect.

Playing Charlie Brown to FARC's Lucy; Colombia and France thought you could make a deal with these people - with the expected results.
A Colombian Marxist guerrilla leader released this month from a prison north of the capital of Bogota at the request of new French President Nicolas Sarkozy has embarrassed both Mr. Sarkozy and President Alvaro Uribe by calling on guerrillas to keep fighting.

"I will never demobilize or call for an end to armed struggle until our objectives are met," said Rodrigo Granda, foreign minister for the rebel movement, in an interview published by the French newspaper Liberation.

It was hoped that his release would be an inducement to help free more than 1,000 hostages held by the rebels.

The hoped-for hostage swap would include a former French-Colombian presidential candidate, Ingrid Betancourt, and three American defense contractors.

Mr. Uribe accused Mr. Granda of failing to live up to his promise to make a public call for peace and for the demobilization of his group, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC). The leftist group has been fighting Colombia governments for more than four decades.
Next time, just a bullet to the forehead will be just fine; then move on to the next in line. Guerrilla war is different than guerrilla crime.

This is varsity football people; cowboy up - take lessons from the men
Michael Yon are with.

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