Aleida Guevara vs Gen. Gary Prado

From today’s Washington Times:

Daughter returns to site of Guevara death

By Martin Arostegui
THE WASHINGTON TIMES
October 11, 2006

SANTA CRUZ, Boliva — An emotional visit by Aleida Guevara to mark the 39th anniversary of the slaying of her legendary father, Ernesto “Che” Guevara, has revived bitter arguments over the revolutionary’s legacy and Bolivia’s current ties with Cuba.

“My father was brutally assassinated by the Bolivian army,” said Miss Guevara during a weekend pilgrimage to the small village of La Higuera on the arid eastern foothills, where a sick and emaciated Guevara spent his final days in 1967. Speaking from the small schoolhouse in which her father was shot, she called for those responsible to be put on trial.

Gary Prado, the retired general who led the pursuit of Guevara, presided at the same time over a memorial ceremony for his soldiers killed in the U.S.-assisted operation. Speaking from the 8th army division garrison in Santa Cruz, he accused the government of “honoring an invader.”

“El Che came here armed; he came to kill,” said the wheelchair bound Gen. Prado, who called Miss Guevara’s visit an “act of hostile propaganda.”

The article goes on to say that very few locals showed up at La Higuera, the site of the “ceremonies” and quote the owner of a local eatery with what Is an incredibly profound and quite telling statement:

We don’t like the kind of people that the memory of El Che attracts here,”

Aleida Guevara, expectantly, has made it a point to defend her father’s memory and his ideals, despite the fact that the last time she saw her father in person she was 4 years old. Naively, she states:

“He gave up his love for family to dedicate himself to more important tasks,”

More important tasks. Like the killing of innocents and the push for a nuclear armageddon.

And guess who set up the whole ceremonial enchilada?

Miss Guevara’s appearances were carefully arranged by Cuban officials, who kept her away from journalists. When a reporter tried to approach her, a Cuban Embassy employee blocked the way, saying, “No questions.”

Roman Alonzo, a Bolivian diplomat and political analyst who has served in Cuba, noted a similarity between the events and Cuban Communist Party rallies.

“Her visit may be intended as a morale booster for the more than 2,000 Cuban doctors and aid workers here,” he said. About 30 Cuban doctors in Bolivia have recently defected.

Seriously, does anyone really believe that Cuba’s sending of doctors to third world nations is an act of humanitarian aid?

I truly pity Aleida Guevara, for she is just defending a father she never knew, and through that becomes an accomplice to his brutality in inhumanity and thus she, too, must bear the sins of the father.

38 thoughts on “Aleida Guevara vs Gen. Gary Prado”

  1. This poor misguided woman is quite comfortable acting as a propaganda tool to keep promoting the urban legend. What a loser.

    Ask the locals, they should have the last word.

  2. “My father was brutally assassinated by the Bolivian army.”

    And that’s a bad thing? Babe, here’s the deal: go back to Paris, keep counting the cash you make from all those copyrighted image licenses you have, and shut the fuck up. Please, just shut up. Your father put the ‘ass’ in assassin long before the Bolivian heroes and Felix Rodriguez did pest control in La Higuera.

    One more thing, shut the fuck up.

  3. Ernesto “Che” Guevara was an Argentine adventurer similar to William Walker a century earlier.
    Walker invaded Mexico, Nicaragua and Honduras during 1853-1860.
    http://www.latinamericanstudies.org/william-walker.htm
    Guevara invaded Cuba, the Congo, and Bolivia during 1956-1967.
    Both men had studied medicine and both were executed in a foreign country in the late 30s.
    Both were cold blooded killers. Their only difference is that Guevara’s remains were returned to Cuba while the Honduran government refuses to send Walker’s remains to his native Tennessee.

  4. This is exactly why when Cuba is finally free, one of the first acts of national cleansing, of de-kaSStrification, must be to unearth the maggot che’s bones, put them through a wood chipper, and flush the fragments down the nearest toilet. If Ms. “huevera” were to object, I’d vote to put her through the chipper too and flush her down to join daddy in hell.

    Time for an anti-che(shit)line of t-shirts featuring the images of Felix Rodriguez and Gen. Prado – they deserve some commissions/royalties for their good deed in ’67.

  5. I feel no pity towards Ms. Guevara-I feel contempt. She has lived a privileged and comfortable life in Cuba as part of the communist elite, and continues to serve the regime which enslaves our country. She chooses to make a living by perpetuating this myth about her worthless murderer father-largely for her own benefit.

  6. Before destroying Che Guevara’s skeleton, like the Castro regime did with the remains of Howard Anderson
    http://www.latinamericanstudies.org/cuba/howard-anderson.htm
    I know a scholar who wants to study the bones to see if Guevara was a missing link between Neandertals and Homo sapiens. Check out the description of Che’s skull at the bottom of this page http://sapphire.indstate.edu/~ramanank/morphology.html
    Guevara certainly acted and thought like a Neandertal.

  7. Che guevara was an assassin. AN ASSASSIN. He was a foreigner who came to Cuba with an agenda. He slaughter Cubans by the hundreds. May he burn in hell for eternity. HE WAS INCOMPETENT IN EVERYTHING BUT KILLING. HEWAS A LITTLE PUNY, FRAIL NOTHING WHO ONLY FELT BRAVE WHEN HE HAD HUNDREDS OF ARMED MEN AROUND HIM FOR PROTECTION.
    The tyrant castro used him and then threw him away when there was no more use for the little pig.

  8. One question. Would you happily wear (in public) a T-Shirt that had Luis Posada Carriles’ face emblazoned on it, styled like Che’s shirts?

    I mean both we’re killers (or assassins). Admitted killers for their respective causes. (Same goes for Orlando Bosch).

    (And, if you have such a shirt: where can I buy one?)

  9. Their respective causes? The only “cause” che had was to fulfill his own narcissistic homicidal urges. Don’t think for a minute that he gave a damn about anything other than himself.

  10. I do have a tshirt with a Bush face that reads “International Terrorist”, i wouldn’t mind wearing one of Che with the same or Posada Carriles or Orlando Bosch, they are all terrorist in my Book. Many years ago back in Cuba an old retarded uncle i had (que en paz descanse) when hearing about Che’s death said “buenisimo que se murio” jejejeje, grandma used to tell me the story.

  11. one question– Killing people in an effort to unseat a mass murdering dictator is not the same as the killing done by said dictator and his henchmen. It’s called good vs. evil.

  12. Uh-oh. I think we may have another one on our hands: ‘One_Question’ seems to be very passionate in his defense of the indefensible, doesn’t he(she)…? Hmmm.

  13. One question, I speak only for myself here, but I would proudly wear a Posada t-shirt. Do you know where I can buy one? And exactly what is your point?

  14. Pluuugh-ease — more roaming trolls. Left coast or just left of center?

    Como hay gente que se lo tragan todo…

  15. papo? Listen up you piece of shit hijo de puta not only would I say it to your face I’d happily also tell you a few other things starting with you can take your castro loving pea brain and go fuck yourself. And if you want to get physical and fight with a woman, I will glady do my best to beat the shit out of you.

  16. Ziba…

    We need girls like you “a lo Mariana Grajales”….I love you… I WILL MARY YOU!!!! But unfortunaly I am way north of Miami.

    …Love your passion…

  17. Guys,

    Dont sweat it over SMEBs comments. He’s the guy I posted on last year that travelled to Cuba “to visit family’ then rented an Audi, wrote “solamente monto putas” on the windshield of said car and proceeded to screw every woman and jinetera in sight. After which he came back and posted pictures on the internet.

    I just took his ass down in the Teeth thread.

  18. What’s with the anger? First, Carriles and Bosch are CONFESSED criminals! Bosch just recently had another of of his interviews published in Spain where he syas something like he would do [his activities] MORE now than ever. The sam for Carriles. He confessed in his interviews, I think in the NYT one, that the italian victim of the hotel bombings “was an accident”!

    I mean, the man has his own SECTION on the National Security Archives of declassified documents! He’s a known terrorist.

    Here’s the question Ziva:

    Would you wear a Posada Carriles T-shirt (publicly) in front of Giustino DiCelmo, the father of the italian victim, whom Carriles confesses was an “accident”, and continues to cry out for justice??

  19. I will answer that for Ziva: YES I WILL!
    Mr. Giustino DiCelmo is currently living in Havana where he received last year a degree in philology from the university of Havana kissing the dictator ass. His soon was not a tourist, he was there visiting his father. Member of the Communist party of Italy.

  20. That’s cold. And you justify it just like when Bosch says that no one on the Cubana Airlines plane was innocent. Cold-blooded man.

    But, I’ll believe it when I see it.

  21. Nov. 2, 1958: “Cubana airlines Viscount that crashed and killed 17 of 20 passengers when rebel hijackers tried to force it to land near Cuba’s Nipe Bay.”
    http://www.latinamericanstudies.org/cuban-rebels/11-17-58.htm

    July 13, 1994: Would-be migrants steal the tugboat 13 de Marzo from Havana, but it sinks after Cuban navy boats ram it and open high-pressured water hoses on the boat. In that incident, 41 Cubans drown, including women and children.

    These are just two incidents of mass terrorism by Fidel Castro and his minions. OQ and other Castro apologists have nothing to say about this.

  22. Can anyone tell me where I can buy a Posada Carriles shirt? I would wear one anytime. Posada Carriles Super Patriot. And No……he was not found to be envolved in the Cubana Airliner tragedy. The castro pigs hate the Cuban patriot because he outsmarted the G2 various attempts to kill him. Everyone SHOULD read the read stort of Posada Carriles. PATRIOTA CUBANO DE PRIMERA CATEGORIA!

  23. Val,

    Thanks for showing his “true” colors …
    I wish you well 🙂 Melek

    “What is morality” she asked. “Judgement to distinguish right and wrong, vision to see the truth, courage to act upon it, dedication to that which is good, integrity to stand by the good at any price.” ~ A. Rand

  24. The regime ruling Cuba is not a legitimate government. Not only was it not freely elected by the Cuban people; the regime does not fulfill the basic obligations of leadership which is to provide for and protect the safety and welfare of its citizens. Luis Posada Carriles and other brave Cubans (read Enrique Encinosa’s “Unvanquished” for starters) rightfully have been in a state of war with the usurping tyrant and as such had the right, indeed the duty to use every and all means to try and defeat their enemy. As professor Delacova has pointed out it is fidel castro and his thugs who are the terrorists.

  25. Ahah here they come again, dancing, wiggling their posteriors as they sing the International (the tune lends itself to this). Meanwhile even in Australia people are waking to the Cuban reality [http://canberra.yourguide.com.au/detail.asp?class=news&subclass=general&story_id=516334&category=General&m=10&y=2006].

  26. I think che was a cold blooded killer that is an understatment. I wonder though how much of this crap his daughter really belives , or if she is completly brainwashed into beleaving all this I think it is rather strange both her and her brother camilo go on and on about a person they did not know, how wonderful the revolution was. I think the goverment has forced her into this or she is brainwashed like a person in a cult. That being the case if it is she does not realize she is being made to look like a delusional fool. It will be interesting to know what she thinks at 65 when Cuba is free the so called revolution is past and things are normal I can say without a doubt she wont be spouting out her ass like she is now.

  27. I think che was a cold blooded killer that is an understatment. I wonder though how much of this crap his daughter really belives , or if she is completly brainwashed into beleaving all this I think it is rather strange both her and her brother camilo go on and on about a person they did not know, how wonderful the revolution was. I think the goverment has forced her into this or she is brainwashed like a person in a cult. That being the case if it is she does not realize she is being made to look like a delusional fool. It will be interesting to know what she thinks at 65 when Cuba is free the so called revolution is past and things are normal I can say without a doubt she wont be spouting out her ass like she is now.

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