Just the facts,please.

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    1. lol…watch that stuff…can’t have the truth floating around…someone might get butthurt…


    2. And that’s why I can’t take seriously anyone who owns anything with this fucker’s face plastered on it.


      • Soooooooo many people have gotten me tee-shirts with this dudes face on. It does my fucking head in. People just see my long hair and think “Ah he’s a hippy…I know what he would love…”

        Yes, I would love the face of a militant prick on my chest. It agrees so perfectly with my tree hugging ways.


    3. You idiots, that’s the guy from rage against the machine


    4. The “black is indolent” line was taken out of context by Glenn Beck for his “documentary” … what is the truth?

      That quote was written by Che when he was 24 and encountered blacks for the first time in a Venezuelan slum during his Motorcycle trip around South America. *** The full context of this statement is addressed by biographer Jon Lee Anderson on page 92 of “Che Guevara: A Revolutionary Life.” However, months later he announced himself a transformed man and even denounced the racism he encountered while living in Miami for a month. The quote was from 1952, before he was Che. Years later in Cuba he showed he was not racist through his actions:

      – Che pushed for racially integrating the schools in Cuba, years before they were racially integrated in the Southern United States.

      – Che’s friend and personal bodyguard was Harry “Pombo” Villegas, who was Afro-Cuban (black). Pombo accompanied Che to the Congo and to Bolivia, where he survived and now lives in Cuba. Of note, Pombo speaks glowingly of Guevara to this day

      – When Che spoke before the U.N. in 1964 he spoke out in favor of black musician Paul Robeson, in support of slain black leader Patrice Lumumba (who he heralded as one of his heroes), against white segregation in the Southern U.S. (which still unfortunately existed), and against the white South African apartheid regime (long before it became the Western ’cause de jour’).

      – Che was also heralded by Malcolm X during this trip to NY and in contact with his associates to whom he sent a letter, and later on behalf of his actions in Africa – praised by Nelson Mandela and the Black Panther’s Stokely Carmichael.

      – When Guevara ventured to the Congo, he fought with a Cuban force of 100 Afro-Cubans (blacks) including those black Congolese fighters who he fought alongside against a force comprised partly of White South African mercenaries. This resembled the fight in Cuba, where Che’s units were also made up of mostly mulattos and blacks.

      – Later Guevara offered assistance to fight alongside the (black) FRELIMO in Mozambique, for their independence from the Portuguese.

      – Lastly, in August 1961 (9 years after his “indolent” remark), Guevara attacked the U.S. for “discrimination against blacks, and outrages by the Ku Klux Klan”, which matched his declarations in 1964 before the United Nations (12 years after his “indolent” remark), where Guevara denounced the United States policy towards their black population, stating:

      “Those who kill their own children and discriminate daily against them because of the color of their skin; those who let the murderers of blacks remain free, protecting them, and furthermore punishing the black population because they demand their legitimate rights as free men — how can those who do this consider themselves guardians of freedom?”

      Che’s bodyguard Pombo then

      Pombo now

      Che in Africa with his all black army

      Che volunteering to fight with FRELIMO to free Mozambique from the white Portuguese

      Che in Congo #2

      Only to someone completely uninformed, could Che —(a man who fought in Africa with an all black army against white South African mercenaries of Apartheid)— be seen as “racist” for a diary passage he wrote as a youth 15 years earlier.
      3 Main Biographies on Che Guevara:
      (1) Che Guevara: A Revolutionary Life -by- Jon Lee Anderson
      (2) Companero: The Life and Death of Che Guevara -by- Jorge G. Castaneda
      (3) Guevara, Also Known as Che -by- Paco Ignacio Taibo II
      * Thanks to RT who I lifted most of this from


      • So what about the music, books and gays?


      • So, he was a murderous commie bastard but he was no longer racist, that’s swell. No wonder so many on the left proudly displace his mug.


        • The gay thing was true. Regarding the music, he suggested banning rock & roll and jazz as it was thought to be a corrupting imperial influence. I honestly don’t know about the books though.

          Strangely enough, all of the things that he is accused off were happening in the United States of America at the same time he was alive. Pot, I would like you to meet kettle.


          • “all of the things that he is accused off were happening in the United States of America at the same time”

            Cute, but do you remember any of those responsible for that in the US ending up on T-shirts today and held as wholesome demi-gods by anyone? I didn’t think so.

            And by the way, Hugo Chavez died today. Finally his own body said “enough is enough, this asshole needs to die” and decided to kill him. Of course, in 40 years bird-brained US hippies will wear Hugo t-shirts claiming he was a saint.


    5. you mean that’s not jim morrison?


    6. Yeah I think I’m done here. MCS can enjoy its Ayn Rand and Glenn Beck


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