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    Re: The real Che Guevara

    Che, in “Notas de Viaje”, wrote the following comment that he called “Notas en el Margen” : “…and I know, because I see it printed in the night, that I, the eclectic dissector of doctrines and psychoanalyst of dogmas, howling like possessed, will assault the barricades or trenches, will stain in blood my weapon and, mad of fury, will slit the throats of any defeated who fall into my hands… And I feel my nostrils dilated, savoring the acrid smell of gunpowder and blood, of dead enemy; now I tense my body, ready for the fight, and I prepare my being as a sacred place so that it resurrects with new vibrations and new hopes the bestial howling of the triumphant proletariat.” What a bloodthirsty person he was.

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    Re: The real Che Guevara

    Che’s elevation as symbol of moral excellence, due to the self-indulgence and frivolity of pseudo revolutionaries, speaks clearly of their lack of critical objective analysis.

    Hollywood infatuation with Che Guevara is addictive. This is another example of jumping the bandwagon on what’s currently popular, a money maker. It is incredible how little these people care or know about Che.

    They are very fortunate to be able to withstand reality and live in a comfortable bubble where consequences seem almost non-existent. Their work often is proof of their near total detachment from the real world. And don't forget their hero Che killed people for the crime of being gay.

    Che was just another narcissist using the same century’s old doctrine to justify mass murder and torture. What a pity that tolerant lefties in Hollywood don't share this view.

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    Re: The real Che Guevara

    Whose enlarge photo of promoters of human rights would be posted next by Jean Ziegler, recipient of Qaddafi Human Rights Prize in 2002 and $100,000 award: Hitler, Staling, Mao Tse Tung, Pol Pot, Kim II-sung or Fidel Castro. After all, in 1998 Castro received the “Al-Gaddafi International Prize for Human Rights.” Ziegler joined the council in 2000 as a hunger expert, position created by Fidel Castro regime that year. Others recipients of the award are, Hugo Chavez, Evo Morales and Daniel Ortega.
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    Re: The real Che Guevara

    THE GLENN BECK PODCAST MAY 05, 2019

    Félix Rodríguez | Episode 35

    https://www.glennbeck.com/glenn-beck...zOjdtDS0o93Zyo

    Glenn talks with Former CIA operative Félix Rodríguez, who participated in the historic manhunt to capture Ernesto "Che" Guevara. Rodríguez who is a Cuban-American Vietnam veteran who fought in the Bay of Pigs invasion was recruited to train and lead a team to track down Guevara due to the fact that he had been instrumental in Fidel Castro's Cuban Revolution. In this podcast, Félix gives a first-hand account of the capture and execution of the man whose image is still being appropriated as a counterculture fashion statement. He also provides great detail into the type of sick criminal that Guevara was as he not only killed many during his lifetime, but he greatly enjoyed it.
    Great interview with Félix Rodríguez by Glenn Beck. Félix, who was giving intelligence advice to the Bolivian army in the zone where Che was operating, participated in the capture of Che Guevara. He said that “eventually people will see what he really was. He was an individual with very little regard for life. He enjoyed killing people.”

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