Why The Sudden Interest About Cuba? It’s Top Secret
Published on Mar 26, 2016
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The false flag attack against Cuba
Operation Northwoods explained by James Bamford
Published on Aug 14, 2012
James Bamford explains what Op. Northwoods was. The concept was later used in the 911 False Flag attack on America by the bush crime family. Click this link http://www.freeworldfilmworks.com/fwa… to get a copy of 911: The Greatest Lie Ever sold
The US war against Cuba – Death and destruction
The US war against Cuba
Uploaded on Dec 30, 2015
This is an edited speech cut up in three pieces from Ernesto Che Guevara’s address to the General Assembly of the United Nations on December 11, 1964. You can find the complete speech plus his reply in the book: “To Speak the Truth” (published by Pathfinder Press) with the title: “Cuba’s example shows that the peoples of the world can liberate themselves”. Or here: http://www.marxists.org/archive/gueva…
Che Guevara last Speech in Algiers 1965
Published on Jul 26, 2012
To read the entire speech, Google:[Che Guevara At the Afro-Asian Conference in Algeria]
The Truth About Che Guevara
Published on Jun 26, 2014
The real truth behind one of the most controversial, charismatic and popular rebels of the twentieth century.
Che Guevara in New York, USA 1964 – interview
Uploaded on Jan 31, 2012
Che Guevara in USA, New York December 16, 1964
Interview with several journalists (narrated by Chris Couch) in the Cuban Mission HQ in New York (East 67th St).
Che Guevara – Rare Full Documentary Here. WATCH NOW!
Che Guevara Full Documentary [Must Watch]
Che Guevara; the face of revolution, a style icon, a symbol of rebellion. The man stood for many things the world has been fighting since the dawn of time and he gave his life as a martyr for such a cause, which resulted in his immortality. He lived hard, and he died young, at the peak of his fame. This is a tribute to the legend, about a few less known facts about one of the greatest revolutionaries of all time.
“Che” is an interjection
His famous nickname “Che” is just a casual speech filler which he used frequently. He came to be known as Che Guevara by 1953. I’m sure a lot of people must’ve done a lot of research to find some inspiring meanings for the nickname of this great revolutionary, simply to find that it just means “Eh…..”
Ernesto Guevara wasnt just a fiery leader, he was a top level intellectual, right from the early days. He grew an affinity towards chess by the age of 12. He was an avid reader, and a passionate admirer of poetry. He had a collection of over 3000 books and made handwritten notes of concepts and philosophies of his favorite intellectuals, even composing analytical sketches of Buddha and Aristotle. The CIA, in 1958 would describe him as “quite well read” and that he was fairly intellectual for a latino in their declassified “biographical and personality report”.
Not a Cuban
He is often associated with Cuba for his involvement in the overthrowing of the Cuban Dictator Fulgencio Batista. But he was born and brought up in Argentina. His family was of Basque and Irish descent. But, I can assure you, Che Guevara would discard all that and say that the world was his playground. He fought for the freedom of the common man, and the story is the same everywhere.
Che has 5 kids
He was a man for the people, of the people and by the people, he was also a father of five, whom he had from two marriages. He married Hilda Gadea Acosta, a Peruvian Economist, in 1955. They had one daughter. in 1959, Che Guevara confessed to Hilda that she was involved with another woman. They both agreed on a divorce, and he married Aleida March, a Cuban born member of the 26th of July movement, who was with him till his death. They had 4 children. Che’s first daughter with Hilda was named Hilda and his first daughter with Aleida was named Aleida. Others were Camilo, Celia, and Ernesto.
The Iconic Photograph
Described as the “most famous photograph in the world”, the portrait of his face, which can be found almost everywhere, like t-shirts, posters, graffiti, tattoos etc. It was captured by Alberto Korda. It was named as “Guerrillero Heroico” which means “Heroic Guerrilla Fighter” and was captured on March 5th, 1960 in Havana, Cuba. It is statistically, the photo which has reproduced more than any other in the history of photography. He was 31 years old when the photo was taken.
Che for Christ?
After his execution, he began to develop a “Sanctified” image. The locals and even artists, and other media personalities saw a physical resemblance to Jesus Christ. They soon began comparisons. Both were doctors, as in, Christ was a miracle healer, Che was a trained physician. Both fought for similar goals, like owning less and sharing all, and both urged people to leave their comfort zone and sacrifice for the greater good.
The True Story of Che Guevara – The Documentary
Published on May 29, 2012
Argentinian doctor; joined Castro in Mexico in 1954; a leader of the 1956-59 Cuban Revolution. Che served as president of Cuba’s national bank and as Cuba’s minister of industry in the period immediately following the Cuban Revolution.
Towards the end of his formal affiliation with the Cuban government, Che came to implicitly criticize Soviet bureacracy. His positions put him at odds with the party line of the Cuban CP. In 1965, Che realized that the defence of the Cuban revolution and the creation of revolutions abroad were naturally not always in sync, and this ultimately led to his resignation and his return to revolutionary work abroad.
During Che’s subsequent revolutionary campaigns, he wrote his Message to the Tricontinental (1967) in which he openly criticized the Soviet Union; claiming that the Northern hemisphere of the world, both the Soviet Union and the US, exploited the Southern hemisphere of the world. He strongly supported the Vietnamese Revolution, and urged his comrades in South America to create “many vietnams”.
In 1965 Che left Cuba to set up guerrilla forces first in the Congo and then later in Bolivia, where he was ultimately captured and killed in October 1967. Accounts of his execution have varied over the years, but many contemprary accounts indicate some degree of collaboration between Bolivia’s government troops and the United States CIA.
Guevara developed a theory of primacy of military struggle, in particular concept of guerilla foquismo. Many of Che’s theories regarding guerilla tactics are articulated in his 1961 work “Guerilla Warfare.”
Director: Maria Berry
Writer: Maria Berry
Stars: Mario Ramirez Reyes, Andrew Blood and Jay Costelo
Cuban Revolution (Fidel Castro Raul Castro Che Guevara)
Published on Mar 23, 2014