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History.com should call Che an “incompetent revolutionary”!

Let me thank Carlos Eire, Jorge Ponce, Alberto de la Cruz & Humberto Fontova for posting about the end of Che on this day in 1967. It's good for the young people to read these posts and get the truth about Che. The myth of Che is alive and well. Check out how History.com covered […]

A few thoughts about Che

Our friend Humberto Fontova posted a great story about Che. I loved that he referred to Che as a "....cowardly, murdering swine...." Thumbs up to Humberto for one of the very best descriptions that I've ever heard of that swine named Che! I sent my sons, nieces and other young friends a copy of the […]

Even “El Pais” thinks that Branson was over the top!

We saw Alberto De La Cruz's post earlier today about Richard Branson dressing up as Che to promote his new business ventures. I found this from "El Pais" in Spain to be rather interesting: "Si el Che Guevara levantara la cabeza, probablemente volvería a morirse al ver que uno de los hombres más ricos del mundo, defensor del capitalismo […]

Remembering Col. Cornelio Rojas Fernandez

Tonight on Cubanarama Blog Talk Radio, Barbara Rangel and Silvio Gonzalez, grandchildren of Col Rojas, along with guests, will discuss the life of Col. Cornelio Rojas Fernandez. Born in Cuba in the early 1900's, following family tradition, he spent his life in the service of his country. He was Chief of Police in the Leoncio […]

Thank God for Che Guevara or get the hell out of town…

A young Cuban Jehovah's witness and her family have been forced out of their town over the kid's refusal to follow her teacher's instructions to write a prayer in praise of Che Guevara and the "Cuban Five." (Story in Spanish) Cuba: Niña Testigo de Jehová reprobada por no redactar oración del Che y los cinco […]

For All the Bumbling Idiots Out There

A buddy of mine out in the Big Apple just forwarded me a link to this - pretty much sums it up for a lot of the folks walking around with this brute's face on their chest. Who is this guy?