Tu querida presencia, Comandante…

A documentary of the life of Che Guevara. On this, the anniversary of his assassination by the CIA’s thugs in Bolivia, it’s useful to know who he really was, and why the moneyed interests wanted him dead. Contrary to popular misconception, it’s not because he was a “monster” who wanted to start a “third world war”. It’s because he was a humanitarian doctor who, by his own choice, saw life through the eyes of those whom capitalism would rather have us forget. And, when peaceful revolution became impossible, he was among the first to recognize the importance of fighting back. Those who thought he would die when killed, must be mortified to realize that they’ve only managed to make a martyr…and awaken the very social conscience that they had hoped to stifle forever.

Hasta siempre, Comandante.

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2 Responses to Tu querida presencia, Comandante…

  1. Slave Revolt says:

    Though no saint, Che was nontheless a god.
    Che welcomed death, understanding his unique contribution toward human liberation and freedom from palienation. His enemies fear death, an that makes them lesser, weaker, ignominious.
    He took on the empire and the slave system with his compadres, and our struggle continues.
    I will be like Che, a pioneer for human revolution.

  2. Well said!
    No saint, but a god indeed. And it undoubtedly fucks up the shit of all those weenies who think that everyone should just roll over and give up and become a rah-rah crapitalist just because that’s what THEY would do…

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