(You folks) “Don’t know much about history,” Babalusian tells Toronto’s School Board on Canadian TV
When the Toronto School Board attempted a Cuba-"expert" (Castro-propaganda-ministry) version of Che Guevara's accomplishments for elementary schoolers, Sun News got into the act--and Canadians got a "Thumbnail briefing" on Che Guevara post haste. Entire video here.
The original Toronto School Board version:
Che Guevara was “a leader in Latin America,” who was “saddened by how poor people were wherever he visited,” and “decided that he would give all his time and energy to work to change that.”
“He is called a ‘revolutionary’ because he wanted to change the way people worked and viewed the world. He travelled to do political work in many countries until he helped to win a battle in Cuba, called the Cuban Revolution. He worked in the government there for a few years and then travelled to other countries to do similar work.”
Amazingly, the Toronto School Board then eliminated their "lesson."
(Pero fijense que tipo MAS DESCARA'O! este Fontova! El video es del ano pasado!....pero parece que se le olvido hacer un post cuando primero salio!!!)
(Dis stuff happened last year, amigos.)