Lesson of the Day: For Colombians (and Cubans), Justice Prevails Over Impunity

Monday, October 3, 2016
The image below of FARC leaders lounging in their comfort chairs, puffing cigars in Havana, as they watch the results of the referendum, encapsulates why the Colombian people rejected the Cuba-brokered deal.

These FARC narco-terrorists, murderers and kidnappers deserve to be in prison, not enjoying impunity and given political office.

It's also a lesson for those who argue that we should forgive-and-forget Castro's crimes and "normalize" its regime.

As renowned American journalist, William Allen White, warned: "Peace without justice is tyranny."