A confrontation between the Venezuelan Army and a FARC dissidence makes clear the relationships between the Nicolás Maduro regime and the drug trafficking business orchestrated by the left-wing Colombian guerrilla.
The business that turned the FARC into the third richest terrorist group on the planet, drug trafficking is what now supports, to a large extent, leftist dictatorial regimes in Latin America.
Why did the Venezuelan Army attack a dissident group of the FARC?
Evidence of this was seen when Nicolás Maduro’s army confronted one of the dissident groups of the FARC, led by alias ‘Gentil Duarte’. This leader, like other guerrilla fronts, never agreed to accept the Havana accords. This was not really about rebel squads, but about a move by the FARC to continue having an armed wing and the guarantee of a narco-state for Nicolás Maduro.
The attack on the camp ‘Gentil Duarte’ It is due to the alliance between Iván Márquez and Jesús Santrich with the Nicolás Maduro regime. The purpose of this guerrilla and drug trafficking organization, founded under the name of the New Marquetallia, is to completely control the business and the transportation routes of cocaine. FARC army of Venezuela confrontation
Meanwhile, the government of Iván Duque makes efforts to combat the crime and terrorism perpetuated by this international organization of governments and guerrillas. However, inside the country, in the capital and other cities, the candidate’s campaign Gustavo Petro keeps moving forward.
In his last interview with Semana, Petro openly defended Jesús Santrich, Iván Márquez and Nicolás Maduro. So, what awaits Latin America if Gustavo Petro becomes president of Colombia?
Source: quienlosabe.com/ By Alejandro Munoz