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Che Guevara in Chicago

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You just KNEW Che Guevara would show up as an icon of the union demonstrators in Chicago.

Why?

Well, let’s consider the factors in this demonstration by union-educators who were mostly educated by other union-educators.

*Che Guevara outlawed trade unions. Then-- at Soviet gun-point-- he herded all recalcitrant Cuban union-members into forced-labor camps and sent their rebellious union-leaders to the firing squad.

* The union members clamoring for more union privileges in Chicago while wearing t-shirts hailing this murderous Stalinist union-buster and hailing him as a “role model” are mostly products of America’s public schools-- and keen to continue the glowing tradition abundantly evident in their own education.

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1 comment to Che Guevara in Chicago

  • raddoc

    Well, he is especially popular in many medical circles. About 1/4 of the medical students I knew had his ugly poster in their apartments; which accounts for the very leftists doctors. I don't fully understand how he has become so popular, nor how he is so mistaken-becaues he died fairly young?