Rural Colombian groups seek help from new US gov’t amid violence

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Bogota, Colombia – More than 100 Colombian human rights associations from remote Afro-Colombian and Indigenous communities have written to the new US administration to ask for help with the continued violence and killings they face.

“Our black, indigenous and rural farming communities living in remote areas around Colombia have lived for over 40 years in the midst of an armed conflict … and today we continue to suffer,” reads the opening paragraph of the letter addressed to US President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.

So, it's the money then.
 

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LOL over 100 Soros BLM orgs in Colombia.
 

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Bogota, Colombia – More than 100 Colombian human rights associations from remote Afro-Colombian and Indigenous communities have written to the new US administration to ask for help with the continued violence and killings they face.

“Our black, indigenous and rural farming communities living in remote areas around Colombia have lived for over 40 years in the midst of an armed conflict … and today we continue to suffer,” reads the opening paragraph of the letter addressed to US President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.

So, it's the money then.
What it will amount to is covert American boots on the ground and lots of empty chairs around the coming year's holiday dinner tables; the ultimate social distancing. And more than a few absentee specialty birthday cakes with newly minted Green Berets on them. Say a prayer and blow out the candles . . .
 

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