But to your first part, the Common Alternative Revolutionary Force, the legitimate political party that was formed when the peace treaty was signed, I have no problem with and I hope they continue to operate and grow.
As the flawed democracy that they are (scoring 6.96) I have hope that they will be able to sort out what they have going on.
The tough part for the Common Alternative Revolutionary Force is that they have the stain of the terrorism, drug trafficing, murder, torture, killing of indigenous and so on baggage, so they are not polling well. Those supporters you speak of do not support the current FARC.
As I stated from the start I understand I don't know a ton about Colombian politics. And it is clear you know even less despite your belief to the opposite, but maybe a party like "POLO" might be better for you. I'd likely vote green party there, but I would have to dive much deeper than I have.
It might be worth trying to re-read my posts and the sources without the predetermined conclusion that I am evil, or whatever it is that makes you so angry and wanting to argue with everyone of my posts, when you clearly have shown you don't even understand even my most simple position. Or maybe ask follow up questions so you do, instead of instantly attacking me and them based on whatever assumptions you have made about me and treat as fact. It would be appreciated. Hopefully you can calm down and have a great rest of your day!