14 March, 2012

Who Built Che and Fidel?

Posted by Socrates in communism, Cuba, jewed culture, jewed media, Marxism, media, media control, pop culture, propaganda, Socrates at 2:06 am | Permanent Link

Seen: a movie about the communist thug Ernesto “Che” Guevara. Many people don’t know a crucial fact about Ernie-Boy: the media made him [1]. In fact, Fidel Castro and Che Guevara would have been unknown in history if the Western (read: Jewish) media hadn’t made them into modern-day Robin Hoods who were merely fighting on behalf of the poor and oppressed. Shooting teenagers via firing squad? That should prevent anyone from becoming a pop-culture hero. Nevertheless, Ernie-Boy enjoys rock star status today, thanks to Big Jew.

[1] the book “Dagger in the Heart: American Policy Failures in Cuba” by Mario Lazo (1968) gives specific examples of the U.S. media glorification of Castro

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  7. 8 Responses to “Who Built Che and Fidel?”

    1. George Lenz Says:

      For all their shortcomings, castro and guevara were fighting a real US mafia-supported beast, batista, who truned Cuba into one large casino where Cuban children as young as 7 years old and up were forced to brothels to serve US clients, and a large drug-producer country making drug addicts out of millions of US Whites in time when there was no drug control laws. All profitable positions were occupied by friend and relatives of Batista, and the whole Cuban people turned into slaves and servants of batista. Hence ruthlessness of castro and guevara and their anti-Americanism.

      Don’t get me wrong. I am no supporter of the castro regime, a decent anti-communist Cuban shall rise and rule Cuba after castro. But objectively speaking castro was not a criminal neither a drug lord, and he tolerated no mafia in Cuba, even though Cuban people fared under castro not much better than under batista. Hence media liked castro and guevara: both were objectively better than alternatives. That’s why it is so important to provide decent local ideological alternatives to communism and other totalitarianism: when those are present, excessive shedding of blood characteristic of violent revolutions is avoided.

    2. Tim McGreen Says:

      Well said, GL. We must not forget that under the Batista regime Cuba was little more than a playpen for the Mob and the CIA.

      Fidel and Che are/were larger than life personalities, so it wasn’t necessary for the media to portray them as heroes. Besides, I don’t know of anyone in the entertainment industry who has glorified Fidel and Che, with the usual exceptions of Harry Belafonte, Carlos Santana, Muhammad Ali and that crowd.

      Actually, I think it was that famous photograph by Alberto Korda that made Che an instant hero.http://imgc.allpostersimages.com/images/P-473-488-90/22/2249/Q9AZD00Z/posters/alberto-korda-che-guevara.jpg Then one of Andy Warhol’s assistants made a psychedelic poster of that photo using multiple images of it in different colors. Like it or not, those works of art immortalized Che.

      I think it’s to Fidel’s and Che’s credit that those two guys are still driving the right wing up a wall. They will be remembered long, long after losers like Flush Scumbaugh and Scum Handjobitty are gone and forgotten.

    3. Robert Cardillo Says:

      Gentlemen, I commend you both for excellent posts above. Spot on Mates!!!

    4. Arkan Says:

      And don’t forget Glen Beck, I hate that baby-faced jew-asskisser the most.

    5. mrcrouton Says:

      Two decent Che quotes.

      “The black is indolent and a dreamer; spending his meager wage on frivolity or drink; the European has a tradition of work and saving, which has pursued him as far as this corner of America and drives him to advance himself, even independently of his own individual aspirations.”

      “Mexicans are a band of illiterate Indians.”

      Even a dopey commie is right every once in a while.

    6. jayhackworth Says:

      From what I have read many ‘refugees’ (defeated communists) were allowed to emigrate to or escaped to Cuba right after the end of Spain’s “civil war” and Castro employed them in the communist government.
      There was only about a 20 year time span between when Franco prevailed and when Castro took over Cuba, which isn’t that long a period of time.

    7. Tim McGreen Says:

      Judging from all the stupid thumbs down appearing on this thread I guess there are some Kahnservative half-wits lurking about who still worship blight-wing “heroes” like “Dutch” Reagan and John Bolton. Is it any wonder the White Struggle never goes anywhere?

    8. Howdy Doody Says:

      This entry should have been a sticky at VNNF IMO.

      It is an important part of the History of what went wrong and is wrong with the West and dealing with dangerous Leftist kooks/Whggers and kikes.

      This history like the civil wrongs assault against US led by joos/media, WW 1, WW 2, Korea, JFK, LBJ, and the present have had NO light shined on these criminal ponts of US and World History.

      Rust never sleeps.