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Jhony Arango

Jhony Arango: Colombia: From a very young age I decided not to participate in any war

Video on YouTube channel Refuse to Kill

(16.05.2020) I am Jhony Arango, conscientious objector from the city of Medellín - Colombia. Why did I declare myself an objector and conscience? Because from a very young age I decided not to participate in any war, and that’s why I decided not to be part of the Army. From there I became linked to antimilitarist organizations and groups, I have been an activist during this time until now.

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Martín Rodriguez

Martin Rodríguez, Colombia: The war that the country is experiencing touched my family

Video on YouTube channel Refuse to Kill

(16.05.2020) Good morning I am Martin Rodríguez Conscientious objector. The main reason for declaring myself a conscientious objector was because of my participation in youth groups from a very young age, unfortunately the war that the country is experiencing touched my family, in 92 my brother Ismael was assassinated and in 94 my brother Edwin.

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Martín Rodriguez

Martin Rodríguez, Kolumbien: Der Krieg in meinem Land traf auch meine Familie

Video auf dem YouTube Kanal Refuse to Kill (spanisch mit englischen Untertitel)

(16.05.2020) Ich bin Martín Rodriguez, ein Kriegsdienstverweigerer. Der wichtigste Grund für meine Kriegsdienstverweigerung war meine Beteiligung an Jugendgruppen in sehr jungem Alter. Leider hat der Krieg auch meine Familie getroffen. 1992 wurde mein Bruder Ismael getötet, 1994 mein Bruder Edwin.

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La Tulpa on video chat

La Tulpa, Colombia: The antimilitarist collective speaks about militarization and patriarchal society

Video on YouTube channel Refuse to Kill

(15.05.2020) We are the ‘Colectiva Antimilitarista La Tulpa’ and today we’re gonna told you some information about us. In 2012 was created this organization as a group interested on joining forces against fascism at our country. Step by step, this movement took us to understand antimilitarism and militarization as an structural part of the State and the patriarchal society at Colombia.

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