“The film’s (“Che” Directed by Steven Soderbergh, co-produced by Benicio Del Toro in partnership with Stalinist Cuba’s propaganda ministry) production crew spent six years in Cuba investigating everything about Che Guevara (NOT Miami, please note! Where people who knew Che can talk truthfully about him without fear of firing squads and torture chambers!) “I remember sitting with Che’s wife Aleida who told me “it’s not important if you resemble Che physically, the important thing is to understand the human being. “And Che Guevara’s personage educated me about my roots of being a Latin-American and a Puerto-Rican.” (Benicio Del Toro in an interview with Vladimir Putin’s propaganda organ RT during the Havana Film Festival last week.)
Nothing new here, amigos. In fact:
“I’d like to dedicate this award to the man himself, Che Guevara! I wouldn’t be here without Che Guevara, and through all the awards the movie gets you’ll have to pay your respects to the man!…Ideologically I feel very close to Che.” Thus gushed Benicio Del Toro (made a multi-millionaire mostly by American audiences) while accepting the ‘best actor’ award at the Cannes Film Festival for his role glorifying Che Guevara (who denounced Americans as “hyenas fit only for extermination!”)
But on the other hand, earlier this year Del Toro lamented that:
”I don’t understand what’s going on with the United States government… It’s cruel. What’s the morality inside this monster (Donald Trump) for separating children from their parents? I don’t know. The bottom line: this has to stop.” (Benicio del Toro earlier this year.)
“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.)
“Wild and Crazy Guys!’” whereas Che Guevara is merely “COOL and GROOVY!” (according to Del Toro)…..le RRRONCA!
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.
(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.”
“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)
“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 footnotesthem!” (Radio Superstar Dennis Prager.)
“A great expose’ of Hollywood pinheads” (Bill O’Reilly on Fidel; Hollywoods Favorite Tyrant.)