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realclearworld

Che was a Murdering, Cowardly, Bumbling Swine?

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"The Stalinist regime that co-produced this film and now feted its director and star — employing the midnight knock and the dawn raid among other devices by its KGB-mentored secret police- rounded up and jailed more political prisoners as a percentage of population than Stalin’s and executed more people (out of a population of 6.4 million) in its first three years in power than Hitler’s executed (out of a population of 68 million) in it’s first six. Ernesto “Che” Guevara initiated this bloodbath and mass-jailing under the direction of Soviet GRU agent Angel Ciutah, who was Che’s chief mentor and houseguest (in the most luxurious mansion in Cuba, by the way) only weeks after Che entered Havana and stole it from it’s owner, threatening him with a firing squad."

Just trying to open some eyes out there in Hollywood, amigos.

Unreal.

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