It appears many folks commenting don't know how this all began and maybe it would help if they did. It began with United Fruit refusing to pay workers a living wage and then further punishing them for trying to form a popular labor movement, None of this had anything to do with Cuba or the Bolsheviks at the turn of the 20th century either, contrary to some of what I read in other's comments. The U.S. backed United Fruit naturally and with the help of the U.S. military, workers were driven, quite literally, into the jungles of Columbia, and have been called rebels and worse ever since.
It should be noted that, similar labor movements were going on all over the world at the time this conflict began, only in the U.S.this was called the Progressive Movement, which did gain some concessions, unlike in Columbia, where the people didn't win a thing except a what? Freedom to live in the jungle for decades, constantly under attack by U.S. backed forces in service to United Fruit.
Yes. I hope it works out this time. Last time, it was a ploy to get organizers into the open so they could be murdered.