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Julián Subverso is a guerrilla combatant from the Block Efraín Guzmán and member of the Peace Delegation of the FARC-EP 
Monday, 25 January 2016 00:00

THE POLITICAL ILLITERATE

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Written by: Julián Subverso, member of the Peace Delegation of the FARC-EP

@Subverso_FARC

Despite of multiple civil war events, rebellions and struggles from certain Colombian social sectors in specific moments of history, large portion of the population –primarily around urban sectors-, had practice -either conscious or unconsciously- a political illiteracy boosted and disseminated by the dominant classes, and global imperialism.

Sunday, 17 January 2016 00:00

Mobilization, not demobilization.

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Written by: Julián Subverso, member of the Peace Delegation of the FARC-EP

@Subverso_FARC

Watching a report recently published recently by British newspaper The Guardian on its website, I felt the need to clarify certain issues which not only generate confusion, but also seem to reaffirm unfounded stigmatization on the largest and oldest guerrilla organization in America.

Written by: Juli?n Subverso, member of the Peace Delegation of the FARC-EP

@Subverso_FARC

Among many conflicts, atrocities and barbarism imposed by hegemonic capitalism, perhaps one of the most dramatic, long and cruel of them is the brutal and ruthless Israeli genocide against the Palestinian people.

Thursday, 03 September 2015 00:00

Destabilization, an imperialist weapon

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Today, there is a lot of news on TV about the situation in Venezuela. They say that in Venezuela there are crimes, shortage of basic items, violence, that there's no freedom of speech, that there are innocent people in jail, that there's no democracy, and other biased news to make people believe that socialism, not only in Venezuela, but in all countries, is something old, obsolete and doomed to failure.

Friday, 14 August 2015 00:00

Thinking about Peace

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Sometimes it seemed that to change this society, so that we wouldn't be just numbers anymore in our class enemy's instrumental statistics, but a real opponent, so that history would lead a man like comandante Manuel Marulanda to build a strong popular power from below and fight, often only with the force of moral, against enemies who have infinitely greater resources, was impossible;