|The peace poster stretched before the National Park's monument to Rafael Uribe Uribe.|
|Artist Antonio Castañeda|
At 2 p.m. Friday he expects the five to show up to unlock him, freeing him to campaign for peace.
And if they don't show up?
"Then I'll stay here waiting," he says.
With that sort of faith, maybe he really can also hold out for world peace.
And why is he now before the monument to a general who fought in one of the bloodiest of Colombia's many civil wars?
"Uribe Uribe was a palladin for the poor," Castañeda explains.
|A painting denouncing anti-personnel mines, a plague in Colombia.|
|'You and I are peace.' And Parchita, as well?|
The polics also cut his chains for him.
His website is: www.fundacionprodisca.com ; His phone no. is 310-850-5302 or 299-0692.
|Artist Antonio, chains broken, in the Plaza del Periodista.|