An exposé of the “peace treaty” that allowed Castrogonia to flood Colombia with its soldiers.
We were invaded in the same way that the frog was boiled
by Fernando Londoño
From As in the story of the frog and the pot of boiling water, the boiling pot for Colombians was turned on when Cuba sent us armed soldiers, with the sacred mission of protecting the FARC’s terrorists.
You know the story: a frog placed in boiling water jumps out of the pot to save itself. But if you place a frog in the same pot in warm water and it stays in the pot, very calm. Little by little the temperature is raised in the water, and the frog remains calm until it is boiled.
We are treated like the frog in that anecdote.
The thing begins with the disarmament of the FARC, a fairy tale told by a certain Monsieur Jean Arnault, a French agent sent by the United Nations to keep us calm. At the head of his legion of Chilean and Argentine communists, Monsieur Arnault, as smart as almost all the French — and who thinks we’re all fools — fed us the story that the weapons that the FARC delivered were not for us to see. Colombian children could be frightened by this spectacle. So he collected thousands of rusty, rotten rusty rifles, hid them in containers that said “UN” and the FARC were already disarmed.
When he finished that task, he went to look for hundreds of hiding places loaded with weapons and explosives, which he found with the invaluable help of his FARC friends. And he unearthed those treasures, which were not shown to our stupid and foolish eyes. Monsieur Arnault’s word must suffice, because it is pronounced by none other than Monsieur Arnault.
Then the temperature of the water was raised a bit higher….
Continue reading HERE, in Spanish…. (and if you don’t know Spanish, cut and paste the article onto Google Translate. It’s improved tremendously, and you can actually get a fairly accurate translation)