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Sgt.AS
Sgt.AS Oct 10 2012, 8:03pm says:

An exemplary man, communist and revolutionary.

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☢SRB-DrunkSoviet☢
☢SRB-DrunkSoviet☢ Oct 10 2012, 10:56pm says:

I was wearing a Che Guevara shirt a few days ago. 1 of my idiot classmates said "Why do you always wear random things on your shirt? What is that? French?" to which I responded with "It's not random, it's Che Guevara and he's Cuban." to which my idiot friend responded with "Why are you wearing Fidel Castro on your shirt?" (Obviously a stupid observation) to which I replied "It's Che Guevara". What really ****** me off was when he said "Same ****!". Yea, because Fidel Castro was Fidel Castro's good friend and lead the revolution against America and died in the process yet is still alive today (thick sarcasm). It's sad that people don't know who this man is.

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Genghis91
Genghis91 Oct 12 2012, 7:46pm replied:

I know the feeling, my friend wears a Guevara shirt too, I had to tell him who it was and the history behind him :|

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Ivanator95 Oct 11 2012, 4:18pm says:

"Revolution is not an apple that drops when it's mature, You need to make it drop." - Translation of the quote in picture.

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Angel_of_Death2
Angel_of_Death2 Oct 19 2012, 7:58am says:

the world needs more people like him.

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ComradeWinston
ComradeWinston Oct 22 2012, 4:06pm says:

In an age of ever growing popularity of conservative semi-anarchist ideals attempting to drag society back centuries, men like him are sorely needed.

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ItisgoodwithKane
ItisgoodwithKane Oct 24 2012, 10:20pm says:

Sadly I have to agree.

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Argentinian doctor and revolutionary, Ernesto Che Guevara, was killed on this day in 1967. Guevara was one of the key figures of the Cuban Revolution (1956 - 1959) along with Fidel Castro, as a member of the movement "26th July". After the victory of the revolution in Cuba, is engaged in the movement for liberation from the dictatorial regimes through guerrilla struggle in the Congo during the reign of Moiz Combee, and then in Bolivia.
In December 1964, Che Guevara was Cuba's official representative at the United Nations in New York. In his speech, he sharply criticized the inability of the UN to fight against the brutal apartheid that is conducted in South Africa, asking everyone "is there nothing the UN can do anything to stop it?" He also strongly condemned the U.S. policy towards blacks, accusing them of discriminating against them on a daily basis, and their killers are released and protected, even punishing blacks when they demand their freedom. Guevara asked, "how do they do that all this can call themselves guardians of freedom?" Che Guevara in a speech presented Latin America as a "family of 200 million people of the same troubles that plague". He announced that the pages of the history of writing "hungry Indian masses, peasants without land, exploited workers and progressive masses."

With joint efforts of the CIA and the Bolivian army he was captured on the 8th October 1967. after a short firefight and was murdered shortly after his arrest. His image as a freedomfighter and an anti-imperialist hero, even today is one of the main symbols and icons of real social and political revolutions around the world.
The leader of the Cuban revolution, Castro, said that he who thinks he can kill Che's ideas with him is mistaken, adding, "If we want to educate our children in the right way, we need to tell them:" Be like Che! ".
HASTA LA VICTORIA SIEMPRE, COMMANDANTE!

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