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    Monday, October 11, 2004

    Psychotic hero-worship

    With the upcoming release of a movie based upon the diaries of a madman, it might be instructive for people to take a look at what Che Guevarra really stood for, and what he accomplished (and failed to accomplish).

    Let's see, fomented violence and promoted hate.
    "Hatred is an element of struggle; relentless hatred of the enemy that impels us over and beyond the natural limitations of man and transforms us into effective, violent, selective, and cold killing machines. Our soldiers must be thus; a people without hatred cannot vanquish a brutal enemy."

    There's a message for you. A message that some are still perpetuating.

    Che also enabled and assisted Fidel Castro in strangling the economy of Cuba, and managing to absolutely control that nation for decades,long after promising democratic elections. Of course, Fidel has been the subject of recent film maker's praise as well. Oliver Stone just seems to love him. Of course, Casttro does have an impressive record as a statesman and humanitarian.


    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Adam again dude
    Cuba is a monster the US created.

    SPC fruit ran that country as a theam park for rich Americans, using cubans as little more than slaves.

    I don't agree with castro's recent jailing of dissidents, but then i don't agree with the US maintaining 60 years of sanctions against cuba either.

    Revolutionaries, Cuban, Russian, or American do violent and agressive things. History is often more concerned with what they were fighting for....

    8:09 AM  
    Blogger Larry said...

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    2:08 AM  
    Blogger Larry said...

    So, everything Castro and Guevara did (and Castro continues to do)is okay, because it's justified by American oppression?

    Exactly when did America dictate that Castro should be President-for-life?

    Question (genuine question) was Cuba worse off before the communists took over? Would their lot have improved faster or slower if the communists had failed in their bid for power?

    2:11 AM  

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