Che Guevara Idolizer and Castro-Regime Friend and Collaborator Benicio Del Toro to star as Bay of Pigs hero and subsequent “Mobster” Jose Miguel Battle in forthcoming Hollywood movie based on book by Castro-regime collaborator TJ English (Gosh?–Wonder if Castro’s Propaganda Ministry might have any input?)

“GROOVY name!…GROOVY man!…GROOVY politics!… So I came across a picture of Che, smiling, in fatigues, I thought, ‘Dammit, this guy is COOL!-looking!” (Benicio del Toro.)

Well, there you have it, amigos. In effect, Benicio del Toro, who fulfilled an obvious fantasy by starring as Che Guevara in the four-and-a-half-hour movie he also co-produced in conjunction with the Castro-regime’s propaganda ministry, revealed the inspiration (and daunting intellectual exertion) of millions of Che fans.

“Paramount has prevailed in a seven figure deal to develop a movie out of The Corporation: An Epic Story of the Cuban American Underworld. The deal was sold based on a 100 page proposal for a book by TJ English. Benicio Del Toro is attached to play Jose Miguel Battle Sr. (“El Padrino”), the leader of “The Corporation”

(All Che Guevara quotes above fully-documented here.)

Above left please note the professional identification on Tamayo’s  shirt pocket: “Ministerio del Interior” (Ministry of the Interior” i.e. secret police.) And please note the elation on del Toro’s face–upon one of his frequent red-carpet visits to the Castro fiefdom–to be congratulated by the secret policemen of a regime that jailed and tortured at rates to rival Stalin’s during the Great Terror and murdered more political prisoners in it’s first three years in power than Hitler’s murdered in it’s first six.

The New York Times (no less!) admitted that the Che Guevara movie Benicio del Toro co-produced in conjunction with Castro’s propaganda ministry was “epic hagiography.”

In fact Benicio Del Toro’s participation in this movie based on a book by TJ English is perfectly proper.

After all, much of TJ English’s book Havana Nocturne was written in Cuba with the full collaboration of Del Toro’s friends: the Castro regime’s propaganda ministry.  In fact, the primary source for TJ English’s book, cited no fewer than 72 times in quotes and footnotes, is a propaganda apparatchik of Castro’s totalitarian regime named Enrique Cirules.  (Who perished just last year.)
In fact, so slavish was TJ English’s devotion to Castro-regime propaganda, that Cirules accused English of  outright plagiarism:
“I have no intention of talking to Mr. T.J. English,” harrumphs Casa de Las Americas official Enrique Cirules.  “Instead, I’m offering figures, data and clear evidence of his plagiarism. In his book Havana Nocturne (2008) T.J. English did not quote my work; instead, 72 times he mentioned the name of Cirules in an attempt to justify plagiarizing more than 260 pages from the novels El Imperio de La Habana and La Vida Secreta de Meyer Lansky.”….(T.J. English’s book) Havana Nocturne was written with one –and only one–intent: to take ownership of the revelations which I made in my 1993 book El Imperio de La Habana and especially those in my 2004 book “The Secret Life of Meyer Lansky.” (Castro-regime propaganda apparatchik Enrique Cirules.)

 

“Even here in Poland many people were duped into believing the myth of Che Guevara. After reading Fontova’s excellent book, they will have have no excuse.” (Tomaz Pompowski, Polska Times,–division of The London Times– Warsaw, Poland)

“Demystifies the image of one of the most controversial icons of the century. Using an entertaining polemical style, Humberto Fontova gives us a totally unknown face of Che Guevara,” — (Livro e Tudo, Sao Paolo, Brazil. )

“I read Fontova’s book on Che Guevara in two sittings– I could not put it down.”  (Radio and Fox News superstar Mark “The Great One” Levin.)

Castro is considered lovable by many celebrities–but the fact is the Cuban people are suffering. It’s well worth reading a book by Humberto Fontova, who lists all the facts–and also footnotes them!” (Radio Superstar Dennis Prager.)

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  1. Really, Benecio should have played Herman Munster; there would have been no need for make-up. What a complete and utter jackass.

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