|'A peace as an excuse for perpetuating inequality.'|
|Pro-rebellion posters cover a mural showing |
a land-mine victim. Land mines, which
kill and maim many civilians, are
planted by Colombia's guerrillas.
Until now, most criticisms of the negotiations haves come from the right, which labels them give-aways to the guerrillas and charges that violators of human rights will get off with only symbolic punishments.
In contrast, these anonymous posters, with their calls for 'liberation' and denunciations of inequality, are attacking the talks from the far left, as failing to solve society's ills. Their view seems to be that the solution is rebellion - a new 'revolution'. Does Colombia really want to rewind itself to the 1960s?
|'In rebellion, LatinAmerica recovers its existence.'|
|'A same past, a same enemy, a same possibility: Liberation.'|