Will the (currently ailing) Mick Jagger FINALLY make his movie glorifying Che Guevara? (i.e. the co-founder of the regime that criminalized Jagger’s music and tortured Jagger’s fans en masse?)

“Mick has been fascinated by Che Guevara since his college days at the London School of Economics,” a source told the British Web site. “But he knows that if Redford gets his movie (Motorcycle Diaries) on screen first, they are dead and buried.” .

 “Youth must refrain from ungrateful questioning of governmental mandates!” commanded the Stalinist mass-murderer who so “fascinates” Mick Jagger. “Instead, they must dedicate themselves to study, work, and military service!” “Youth,” commanded this icon of “do-your-own-thing” hipsters “should learn to think and act as a mass!”

In a famous speech, Che Guevara even vowed “to make individualism disappear from Cuba! It is criminal to think of individuals!”

In the mid-60’s the (much admired by hipsters) Castro regime simply rounded up Cuban “roqueros” (rock-music fans), blue-jean wearers, draft-dodgers, gays and other such “long-haired, hippie-types” en-masse and herded them into Soviet-designed forced-labor camps. “Work Will Make Men Out of You,” read the sign in bold letters above the gate, beside the machine gunners posted all along the watchtowers. The initials for these camps were UMAP, not GULAG, but the conditions were quite similar. 

“It seems that Jagger and Redford are in heated competition to bring biopics of Che Guevara to the big screen. In Jagger’s corner, Antonio Banderas is fixing to take the lead, a role he has played before. Jagger’s flick, “Tania,” will focus on the love story between Guevara and East German spy Tania Burke.

According the Ananova, both flicks are set to go into production this fall, and Jagger, who has just delayed a Stones tour to focus on his film projects, is feeling a little anxious about competing with the Sundance kid.” (from Salon.com circa 2001.)

Many other sources also reported on the long-ago Jagger film project”….Le RRRONCA!


“Le RRRONCA!!!”

“I read Humberto Fontova’s book in two sittings…I COULD NOT put it down.” (Mark Levin.)

2 thoughts on “Will the (currently ailing) Mick Jagger FINALLY make his movie glorifying Che Guevara? (i.e. the co-founder of the regime that criminalized Jagger’s music and tortured Jagger’s fans en masse?)”

  1. Gee, why doesn’t Mick go have his heart surgery in Cuba instead of New York? Isn’t that what Che would do?

  2. If Mick (like other “rebels”) were the genuine article, he’d never have played ball with Castro, Inc. What he really is is a self-indulgent, fame-addicted celebrity used to getting whatever satisfaction he wants. He’s not worthy of any Cuban who was victimized for listening to his music. Just another glorified, overblown poseur. And by the way, that photo of him looks like Don Knotts/Barney Fife trying to pass for a rock star.

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