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Tue May 19, 2020, 04:23 PM

Colombia's antilogy: 'The Messiah' cornered by a libertine punk

by Adriaan Alsema May 19, 2020

Of all Colombia’s 50 million inhabitants, it had to be a libertine punk who is threatening to “morally do away with” former President Alvaro Uribe, a.k.a. “The Messiah,” and able to do so.

So many people who said that Uribe’s self-proclaimed moral rectitude is the work of a criminal mastermind have died, there’s even a term for it: “Suicide by Uribe.”

The rules
More important than the rule of law is that Colombia has rules; you do not mention Uribe and his father were intimate with Pablo Escobar and the Medellin Cartel, that his late older brother had two children with an extradited drug trafficker, that his family estate allegedly has its own mass grave and that his sons allegedly were in business with one of Colombia’s most notorious child rapists.

If you do, you deal with the consequences on your own because nobody will help you. Uribe has a Medal of Honor” and goes to church every Sunday, for crying out loud.

Instead, you repeat that “had it not been for Uribe we couldn’t go to our holiday homes because of the guerrillas,” “Uribe saved Colombia, “Uribe is the greatest Colombian ever” or you call him “the eternal president.”


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