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Che Guevara as an Icon
"What is one of the most popular images symbolizing revolutionary and radical politics. That you can even think of for me. It's definitely that image of che guevara wearing a beret looking off into the distance. Are we going into this topic of il-chang give out so the year is two thousand nine and met my very first college party and i'm sherlyn you know relaxing all cool not playing some bebo and some guy walks in with t shirt and immediately. It caught my eye because number one. Cuban and number two. It's gigolo at number three. it's a white guy wearing a chicken. I don t shirt and it wasn't very different from any of the times that i saw ceva anywhere else but suddenly some white kid walking into a party wearing a t shirt had me feeling things that i had never felt before when it had seen shale at his image that grew up seeing china's image almost everywhere growing up in miami. You not really presented with people who are very different from your upbringing so growing up with a bunch of cubans. It never occurred to anybody to put j. o. On a t shirt and walk around with it carmen. And i were both raised. Cuban americans in miami where the perspective of tshuva i would say is generally that. This man was very violent figure in the revolution. It's the very first time. I think that i was confronted. With the fact that somebody else might have a different idea of what this image stands for. So get into the image. The image i'm talking about. I'm sure you've seen countless amount of times. It has been said that it is the most reproduced photograph of the twentieth century. And it is the image of chiang about looking off into the distance very serious. He's got long hair and he's wearing a beret with a single star in the middle. The image is called gabrielle at equal or heroic warrior. Yup well i have never translated that. And now as i'm saying it in english it's even
"che guevara" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People
"Lines. Moreover the tribal leaders were corrupt so he decided to leave Congo, but he couldn't go to Cuba because Fidel Castro had already read his letter which was supposed to be read only after his death. So for the next few months, he lived a covert life then in nineteen sixty-six. He decided to realize his long-cherished dream of uniting Latin America. So he went off Olivia to try and start a revolution there his initial efforts against a Bolivian Army were successful. He and his band of fifty revolutionaries successfully won several skirmishes against Bolivian troops took over the Bolivian people did not offer much support to his initiatives many of them even leaked his location to the Bolivian government willingly moreover. The CIA had sent its Elite troops trained in jungle warfare, Che Guevara had only expected to fight against untrained ill-equipped Bolivian forces. He did not expect the CIA to be there worse of it all he and his troops did not have enough food language. And shoes so they suffered from malnutrition Che Guevara suffered from severe attacks of asthma as well as a result eventually on October 8th. 1967. Chicago was caught after he got wounded and ran out of bullets in a fight against Bolivian Special Forces. But even after being captured Che Guevara was not scared. He kicked the Bolivian forces and spat on their faces the Bolivian government wanted to avoid making Che Guevara Popular by hack a public trial so they executed him secretly to make it appear as if he was killed in combat, then they displayed his body publicly for a short time when pictures were taken shortly after with his body was sent to an undisclosed location. The Bolivian government did not execute in publicly. So as not to make him a legendary hero, however, by killing him they gave him exactly what he wanted a martyr's death and re-incarnation is 1000 errie hero shortly after his death the news of his assassination reached the world people throughout the world participated in rallies condemning his assassination young men and women marched for several Kalam is wearing Che Guevara tee shirts even today people where his tee shirts and fight against dogmatics oppressive governments school children in Cuba begin each day by pledging that they will be like Che Guevara home in Argentina schools were named after him and in 2008 a 12-foot Che Guevara statue was unveiled at Rosario where he was born even decades after his death famous personalities all over the world commend him as a symbol of freedom on the other hand. There are also people who consider him a cold-blooded murderer who executed Exiles without Mercy. Fact you probably didn't know in February 1959 the new Cuban government declared Che Guevara Cuban citizen by birth to honor his extraordinary role in The War Zone then 1995 a retired Bolivian General revealed where Che Guevara was buried immediately the Cuban government started searching for his remains in the revealed location two years later of his remains were found and later reburied in Santa Clara in Cuba. Che Guevara hated capitalism, however, his T-shirt has become merchandise of capitalistic Industries, which sells even today by the time the war against Batista ended Che Guevara was involved with another woman called a lead a March so he divorced Hilda. Gatiya. He married a lie to March and June 1959. Che Guevara had five children from two marriages We hope that this biography of Che Guevara help you learn more about him. We hope that you were able to understand how he lived how he died and how he became a legend after his death. There are three things that Che Guevara teaches us firstly if you believe in something you have to fight for it check avara believed in Revolution and he strived to stay as a revolutionary throughout his life. Despite being the second most powerful person in Cuba. He abandoned everything to search for revolutionary causes elsewhere. Secondly never give up in the face of adversity Che Guevara suffered from severe attacks of asthma throughout his life yet. He never surrendered to it instead. He performed rigorous physical activities Cuba was not as country yet. Even when his revolutionaries were outnumbered by 10 to 1 a.m. He still found a way to take Santa Clara which turned the tide of the war and finally always keep reading and learning throughout your life for reading gives you great ideas and great ideas make you a great person dead. If you liked this episode and learn something from it, please give us a 5-star rating in your favorite podcast app. It will help more people to find our podcast and intern motion has to continue making awesome episodes. If you have a suggestion for us, please send us a tweet. You will find our Twitter Link in the episode description..
Trump compared to Castro in new attack ads
"And in this ad, they are saying that President Trump is like the dictator Fidel Castro. Now the other ad they're saying, always going to stay for a third term. This is terrorism by these these wankers on And this ad is completely crazy. It is mostly black and white newsreel footage from 1959, the Castro communist Cuban revolution against the Batista regime. And then they lined up landowners against walls and Che Guevara, one of their heroes oversaw the mass murder of Cubans of successful people. And it's been a loser prison ship ever since Barack Obama gave them everything they wanted posed for pictures in front of giant Che Guevara. Murals on the sides of buildings on got nothing for political prisoners or the women in white or Anything anything at all. Let me play this for black and white. And they have one have a Spanish language version because they're trying to terrorise Spanish speaking voters in Florida and particular Cuban American voters in Florida. By saying Trump is the real Castro here Now these guys were the Socialists. We know this. This is the kind of this is what Communists do in terms of propaganda. This kind of propaganda you don't see in the United States of America. Except now you do because they hate trump so much. They're so crazy. Michael, Let's Let's play this. There's one minute. There's one minute add black and white old newsreel footage of of Cubans Taliban holding up pictures of Fidel Castro. And then they've got film footage here of Castro's people check, whereas people standing men up against walls and shooting him through the head and the brains splash against the wall behind him, and then another guy's So let's listen to this ad. If you oceans authoritarians all start the same way. Most Feli strutting like Fidel Castro, with Nikita Khrushchev prancing before during crowds, promises of prosperity and justice Castro speaking then the persecution, faith in descent. They just shot a man through the head. No Yankees. There's secret police pictures and audiotapes were knocking on the door. Now they're the secret police homes and dreams of generations. Castro another executions, they just shot. Another man always start seen Fidel and Raul Mohr and more people are saying Trump shaking hands with Putin. Trump is just English for dust through Lincoln Project is responsible for the content of this advertising. Trump is just English for Castro through, you have to throw
"che guevara" Discussed on This Day in History Class
"However, one detective refused to accept this diving deeper into the evidence and unraveling the mysterious layers of the murders at White House farm. Now streaming only on Hbo Max Hello Everyone It's Eve's checking in here to let you know that you're going to be hearing two different events in history in this episode one for me and went from Tracy Wolfson, they're both good if I do say so myself on with the show. Welcome to this day in history class from how stuff works dot Com and from the desk of stuff you missed in history class. It's the show where we explore the past one day at a time with a quick look at what happened today in history. Hello and welcome to the PODCAST. I'm Tracy v Wilson and it's October. was executed on the stay in nineteen sixty seven he was born June fourteenth twenty eight and his name. His full name was Esto Guevarra Dela Serna. And before becoming a revolutionary, he grew up in a middle class family. He had a pretty typical middle class upbringing. He went to medical school. He traveled a lot during his university years as he was traveling he saw the tremendous poverty. Endemic and many parts of South America. He came to believe during all this travel and during his studies that the only way that the common people can take the power and wealth out of the hands of the elite was through an armed uprising. He got his medical degree in nineteen, fifty three, and then in nineteen fifty four, he met Fidel Castro for the first time that meeting happened in Mexico. He joined up with Fidel Castro and was instrumental in Castro's overthrow of the Cuban government in nineteen fifty nine. After the Revolution Guevarra was made the president of the National Bank of Cuba and also served as the Minister of Industry. Aside from that. He was sort of Fidel Castro's right hand man you're was deeply against US policy and against US influence in central and South America. This was at a time when the United States was using the fear of communism to justify ongoing intervention in multiple places in central and South America the United States was trying to keep governments in power that we're friendly to us. Or to put such governments in power where they did not already exist. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, five Guevarra either left or was dismissed from his work in Cuba it's not one hundred percent clear. He did write a farewell letter though in which he said quote, I have fulfilled the part of my duty that tied me to the Cuban revolution and I say goodbye to you to the comrades to your people who are now mine. Castro read this letter in a public speech on October Third Nineteen Sixty five when Gary left Cuba, he wanted to spread revolution to other parts of the world. So he did things like go to the Congo to train guerrilla forces. He did also secretly returned to Cuba for a time. And then he went to Bolivia and he joined a guerilla uprising against the Bolivian government. He arrived there in the fall of nineteen, sixty six he got into Bolivia with a forged Uruguayan passport. The reason he chose Bolivia was that he thought that conditions were really ripe for revolution and lots of Latin America but he thought that Bolivia was less of a priority to the United States so he might face less opposition from the United States there that didn't turn out to be true there. By May of nineteen, Sixty, seven, US intelligence heard that Guevarra was alive and then had confirmed it. The CIA had thought that when he left Cuba earlier that he had really been killed because nothing was heard from him for a time at least from American authorities. And the CIA was monitoring. The situation was keeping President Lyndon Johnson updated on what Che Guevara was doing and Bolivia by the fall devaras I was actively fighting against the beliving military although nearly a third of his men were killed in one engagement on August thirty first nineteen, sixty-seven about two weeks after that, the Bolivian government started dropping flyers that advertised a reward for Che Guevara's capture. Soon. He was facing dwindling numbers of his fighting force and he and many of his fighting force were ill the Bolivian. Captured him with support from the United States military on October eighth and they executed him at the age of thirty nine on the ninth. They decided to execute him because they thought that a trial was just going to spread his ideas and increases popularity. So They thought it was a strategic decision that an execution would put a stop to what he was doing his reputation, but it had the opposite effect that didn't work at all. After he was executed. They cut off his hands, took photos, cut off some of his hair and buried him in an act grave. There were some questions among US intelligence at first about whether he really had been killed but a presidential adviser confirmed devaras death to President Johnson on October thirteenth. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, seven, his remains relocated and sent back to Cuba and reburied there and Fidel Castro was at that ceremony. Although. Questions were raised later about whether those remains really had been his. A picture of Guevarra in a beret has become iconic and very widely reproduced, and that photo was taken in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty by Alberto Korda. Thanks to Eve's Jeffcoat.
"che guevara" Discussed on Blind History
"Of you know, this this incredibly charismatic human being this this really heroic image, but a man who even Nelson Mandela referred to as an inspiration for every person who loves freedom. I mean, that's what our own former president call log. You know, that's correct, but he's stuck very much to to what he believed in. Nobody could change what he believed in there is Che Guevara guy who became probably greater in death than he ever was in life and they're still continue to be places and buildings and streets named after him all over the world his legacy continues on the t-shirts of so many students who have no idea of what he stood for years, but they think that he looks like a cool image that they that makes them feel counter-cultural line history is brought to you by Taylor blinds and shutters. All the episodes are available on the cliff central.com website and app as well as Apple podcasts Google podcast Spotify or wherever you get your podcast off. There's an interesting story about Che Guevara before we leave him obviously he was executed and and they hit the body. Nobody really knew where it was and there began a massive search for his remains. It lasted more than a year in nineteen. Ninety seven, not that long ago a team of Cuban geologists and forensic anthropologists discovered the remnants of seven bodies into Mass graves in Iraq one guy without hands, which was one of the things they wrote down when they killed him and they showed the hands as a way of proving he was dead. So they got a little bit excited but they excavated the teeth and they perfectly matched a plaster mold of his teeth that was made in Cuba. Just prior to his Congolese Expedition that obviously helped to make the Whole Thing official and the Clincher was that the Anthropologist inspected inside a hidden Pocket of a blue jacket that was dug up next to the handlers cadaver and found a small bag of pipe tobacco. So they said that had to be the proof that This was obviously Che Guevara..
"che guevara" Discussed on Blind History
"The Bay of Pigs was a real big part of raising awareness of shape because he actually personally sent a message to John Kennedy to say, thank you very much. For the Bay of Pigs because it's just made us so much stronger some personally thanking you for that ended up also going to North Korea a place which very few people visit at that stage, but he was regaled as a hero in some of these countries Yugoslavia. He met with Tito he went to the Gaza Strip and also obviously in in Africa where you know, his reputation continues to be a source of inspiration for Liberation movements and for left-of-center governments, so it's interesting that he he managed to see a lot of the world which at that time wasn't an easy thing to do if you were a you know, a military warlord or a or a or a terrorist in inverted commas as the United States labeled him, but also he was a proper revolutionary I think in the end he wanted to bring his ideology and communism in as many places you could so, you know keep it wasn't going to hold him for long. No, you decided to renounce his honorary Cuban citizenship and he went off to the Congo. So he spent quite a bit of time in Africa. He was trying to help with the ongoing conflict in the Congo and took it wasn't very successful. I think that there were many people who had an interest in the Congo at the time the the Americans were very interested in it was basically a proxy war for the the cold which was ongoing at that stage. But Chase spent a fair amount of time in the Congo and didn't manage to achieve very much. He wanted to export the revolution, you know across the rest of Africa and it didn't really work do I think he was frustrated because he couldn't get the execution right? He just felt that that the team he built up he had Cubans with him his loyal Cubans that came with him. I think about a hundred but the rest he couldn't really get them into a proper unit to to make a difference in in the conga So eventually he gaped it there as well and went off to South America again his home continent wage. Headed straight for Bolivia where he hoped also to instill interest in a an independence movement effectively and he made a big speech on International workers day and decided that Bolivia was the best place to launch this new Revolution and he just he had absolute hell in terms of of military lackluster performance and failure in the mountains of Bolivia and he dealt with quite a lot. He thought he was just going to be dealing with a Bolivian military, but actually the people of Bolivia weren't terribly interested in Revolution either just a few years earlier. He'd been in Colombia and Peru and he'd found that the the local native Indian population were completely disinterested in Revolution. So he had an uphill battle in every sense of the word. God is a lot that shows the character of a man. So first of all, this can only happen in the sixties. I mean, he came in disguise into Bolivia he put glasses on he created a paunch and then rightly. So, yep. And they got absolutely beaten up and his girlfriend at the time. She got shot and she was in terrible pain. They weren't sure if it was a girlfriend, but they believed they were some rumors that she was carrying his child at some point, etc. Etc. And where they feel that they were involved was that he he decided no, he needs to go and find help for her cuz she's she was really in trouble and he walked great distances. Just we need to captured actually going to look for medical help for her right now..
"che guevara" Discussed on Blind History
"What do you rightly said was he going to be a doctor many thought look in the underground. He can be a medic, you know supporting the troops, but when he was trained by birth and the crew and the hard training in the mountains, they said you this guy's he was one of the best Gorillaz. So he really became one of the true front-line Fighters for Castro's team gave him a commandant fairly early on and he was also the guy who helped launched their radio station, which was obviously a big part of it Radio Rebel Rebel radio net broadcast straight to the Cuban people he set up shops and he's the set up all kinds of facilities inside of their movement that would enable them to be more than just a bunch of random Guerrilla Fighters and slowly wage. Surely they started to win over the people and they want over a province and a mountainous region in the the far west of Cuban and slowly but surely they're started to gather momentum package and ultimately managed to cut Cuban half and I think that happens now often Garrett, you know, the passion was with them and many many times in battles that was 2 to 1 or even 10 to what they were so long passionate about what they believed in that the managed to overcome these forces that were much larger than them. Yeah. He was also a very charismatic guy. There's no doubt. I mean all all of those pictures that are not so iconic dog show this man in the prime of his life. He was a good-looking guy at this long hair. He wore a beret. He was always, you know armed with some kind of weapon and I think for many people he was just he was just such a hero folk hero more than he was any kind of ideological or military here at that stage. But ultimately in the Battle of Santa Clara that was the one where they actually ended up dead. Taking over and and winning it became the final decisive military victory of the Revolution and their eventual Victory despite being outnumbered as you say tend to one remains in the view of some observers doubt the most remarkable battles in human history. So, of course from that point on they started to build a new Cuba and it turns out as often happens with these things that liberating another ways the best Governors and the castros were very much entrenched and they protected their power and started to develop a few Rifts in the relationship between faith and Fidel Castro and Che Guevara while he was the brains of business really cuz he was the only one with any kind of University education who'd read a lot who had an ideological basis in a philosophical basis for ideas. He was slowly edged out and he started to feel like he was almost unnecessary there but in the beginning they did give him free reign. I mean he and he did this is what sort of tarnished his wage. Fashion by many that he ordered the killing of many people in the prisons. They say around hundred and forty yard, which many people say then you are was just a murderer, but just after that the United States obviously, hang on, you know, now we've got a communist country right on our doorstep and Shay went all around the world and I think that the point you raised about the rift that sort of felt that he was very militant and it was a guy that he was travelling so you went all around the world and he.
"che guevara" Discussed on Blind History
"Helping the poor and raising people out of extreme poverty and deprivation and Liberation became the main purpose of his life from that point on that was his big turning point. I think he always wanted to do what he can for the poor and the people that were downtrodden and this was Hilux with the lepers. Nobody want touch them. But what you noticed was there were very strong together. They were self-contained in their throbbed and their own while being ostracized by the outside world. So that really dead struck a chord with him ultimately his job. Bike trip took him to Guatemala and that was really where he set out on a mission to try and and begin The Liberation movement, which he envisioned would happen for all of South America. But Guatemala had just recently been taken over by our bins who was the dictator there. He was a military man. And in fact, most of South America, let's be honest at that stage was run by military Hunters you off by generals who had basically pretended to liberate these countries, but in effect had taken them over as dictators and this this our Benz was supposedly a democratically elected official and he'd started some land reform and some other things but Chad thought this was not good enough. I think that what happened was Syria, I backed leftist government actually came in an odd dream and that's where he came in and joined the resistance in Guatemala. And that's actually where he met his wife as well funny enough, but I think that was critical at the time the just prior to that the self-proclaimed dead. Dictator suppose the military dictator. He was looking towards liberating taking farms land reform except except for the poorer people and then he was overthrown and I think that's the burning desire that came back also from Shay was was the hatred for the United States. Oh absolutely. It was it probably at that time that he decided that the United States as an imperialist power where the most evil people in the world and found he dedicated himself to fighting not only the United States as an imperial power but capitalism in general. He said, you know introduced people to a state of Perpetual slavery.
"che guevara" Discussed on Blind History
"Whether he was slashing his way through the jungles of Central America riding his Norton 500 CC motorbike across continents Fighting For Freedom or preaching the gospel of social Che Guevara had no idea he'd eventually end up on t-shirts mostly worn by spoiled white Kids In America. He would become a capitalist Branch Khan for the enemy and he'd be buried without his hands things didn't go the way Che had planned. We've touched on a lot of parts of the world through the course of blind history all four seasons up to now the one place that's really only got a little bit of representation is South America and we return to South America today and to the Caribbean when we discuss a guy who most people know the face of even if they know nothing about him. That is Che Guevara why because his face is on any number of t-shirts and coffee mugs and pretty much any kind of paraphernalia. You can find he's well known as a liberator and a Marxist revolutionary, but we'll find out a little bit more about him today. So Anthony met her and I your co-hosts for blind history or here to give you yet another introduction into the story of someone who I think has had an enormous impact on the twentieth century off even if you didn't actually end up conquering quite as much territory as people like to think he did Anthony mattera is the Big Bus of Taylor blinds and shutters. They are the people who bring you blind history. Today we're looking at a man whose life ended with the blinds closed and his life began with the blinds wide open. I mean, he was born as almost an aristocrat in in Argentina and he grew up to be this Guerilla leader this military theorist. He was a major figure in the Cuban Revolution and he's become ubiquitous as a counter-cultural symbol in all the world. And what's your overall take of Che Guevara before we go into his bionic you also I knew about him growing up as you mentioned. I think most of us did but when I started digging, in fact, I mean I found him very interesting and what he did is he stacked his ideologies and to such an extent that he scared off even the locks of Fidel Castro, you know, he was so strong he believed in and you can't fault him for that. So he was born at Nestor Guevara and he was born in nineteen twenty-eight in Rosario Argentina else. Five children, they were a middle-class family, but they had money which in South America at that point was pretty much equivalent to being upper-class anywhere else and he was actually born at a nest or but they started calling him Che pretty early on because of his Restless nature and his father was the first one to remark on this. He also had a little bit of asthma which plagued him throughout life. He played rugby interestingly enough and did you say that? Yes, I did see that it was distinguished athlete he swam played rugby. He graduated with honors. So clearly he was he was hard-working and he left sport as well..
"che guevara" Discussed on Blind History
"Whether he was slashing his way through the jungles of Central America riding his Norton 500 CC motorbike across continents Fighting For Freedom or preaching the gospel of social Che Guevara had no idea he'd eventually end up on t-shirts mostly worn by spoiled white Kids In America. He would become a capitalist Branch Khan for the enemy and he'd be buried without his hands things didn't go the way Che had planned. We've touched on a lot of parts of the world through the course of blind history all four seasons up to now the one place that's really only got a little bit of representation is South America and we return to South America today and and to the Caribbean when we discuss a guy who most people know the face of even if they know nothing about him. That is Che Guevara why because his face is on any number of t-shirts and coffee mugs and pretty much any kind of paraphernalia. You can find he's well known as a liberator and a Marxist revolutionary, but we'll find out a little bit more about him today. So Anthony met her and I your co-hosts for blind history or here to give you yet another introduction into the story of someone who I think has had an enormous impact on the on the twentieth century off even if you didn't actually end up conquering quite as much territory as people like to think he did Anthony mattera is the the Big Bus of Taylor blinds and shutters. They are the people who bring you blind history. Today we're looking at a man whose life ended with the blinds closed and and his life began with the blinds wide open. I mean, he was born as almost an aristocrat in in Argentina and he grew up to be this Guerilla leader this military theorist. He was a major figure in the Cuban Revolution and he's become ubiquitous as a counter-cultural symbol in all the world. And what's your overall take of Che Guevara before we go into his bionic you also I knew about him growing up as as you mentioned. I think most of us did but when I started digging, in fact, I mean I found him very very interesting and what he did is he stacked his ideologies and to such an extent that he scared off even the locks of Fidel Castro, you know, he was so strong he believed in and you can't fault him for that. So he was born at Nestor Guevara and he was born in nineteen twenty-eight in Rosario Argentina else. Five children, they were a middle-class family, but they had money which in South America at that point was pretty much equivalent to being upper-class anywhere else and he was actually born at a nest or but they started calling him Che pretty early on because of his Restless nature and his father was the first one to remark on this. He also had a little bit of asthma which plagued him throughout life. He played rugby interestingly enough and did you say that? Yes, I did see that it was distinguished athlete he swam played rugby. He graduated with honors. So clearly he was he was hard-working and he left sport as well..
"che guevara" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles
"He asked me to resign my commission to go into Central America. He's war where these dying. We learned to control the operation. Everybody knew that during the Bay of Pigs Every season was taken by American adviser. Of course you remember. The time was that type of a thinking that the young way never lose. Us I've never lost a war so we never to question anything that was told to do so after the fiasco this time we were told we were going to control the operation. We're going to have everything that we needed. So I recall I ask doctors say Manal what guarantee do I have? That depressing is behind. This really is what you need to resign my commission. The arming goes. You've for two very special training communication to be your head of Communication Eve me these training uniform hearing for banning and they do that depressingly behind odd thing. I'll resigned as you so he told me. Go Onto Gone Dr. Your supervisor and tell him you want to move to a special communication train so here are going to see me around here. The tourists who was a Puerto Rico. Charge of our training. I present myself. Under Rodriguez says Surrey late. The change was Bishop Communication Training He's answer was well lieutenant. First of all there is no such thing especially communication training sake. Olympic were used to let you have to go to four hollering Virginia for intelligence rate on third. Who told you I said what I will tell you. Of course it will be out of his office so we graduated from that basis course. We went to Miami and we later. I got a call from Laura Street. These recruiting senator. Lieutenant Rodriguez calling neely Mayor Taurus. I Call Mayor Torres in for banning. And he's forced where lieutenant governor merely for any. We fear Mr Mussa Mr flagging to give you your Special Communication Train. So we went back to off to forbidding. They gave us a building inside. The base was abundant. They heard they actually. We had a starting to translate it because they were real league. It will go with me and the other leading speaking English. So but the and then it was a Puerto Ricans. Charging he's listening happened to be evolved in and when we went through the training with finally finished train there will resign were commissioned the army and we joining a special occasion in Central America. We had basis in Nicaragua and Costa Rica. Then the person who was assassinated of course they continue because of respect to the president but that was not the priorities of President Johnson. Later on our people in the army were told that the promise of the president of the prison. They wanted to make a career findings. You have you WANNA leave one do it because there is no longer commitment by the government to liberate. You saw you know in my foster dad. I continued to work with in different operations. Well let's talk about the one year probably most famous for tracking capturing and interrogating Shavuot Vara First of all how did you know he was in Bolivia and then explain the plot to and and the plan to capture him? Well it was strewn believe at the the she had been feeling Africa because in nineteen sixty four he went to Africa the Congo Belga operating the gun career in that area where we had a couple of bill from our team there. We are a lot of them. Operating was day. Mukasey operation in buffalo was from the CIA and there was an incident days. Were able to Singapore four boats. That were carrying weapon with rebelled and. They felt that he was there. He happened to escape to damage surface anywhere in the world so people believe and the station chief in their belief that he was killed now when the guerrillas surfacing in Bolivia There was two foreigner who visited him. One was raised bray who say French Intellectual later became advisor to press them around for foreign policy. And the other one will seato boosting. Argentinian newspaper Guy when they were leaving the Rita they were capture hanging there. A DEBRIEFING INTERROGATION DANG. They will do well. Ho- CONFIRM THAT INDEED. Chavarria was there with dizzy formation because of the poor training of the believe in armed forces the US government immediately saying a special forces unit from fundamental train the Second Ranger Battalion in counter. Insurgency he was commanded by major poppy. Shell don't drive from shelter from Tennessee became grocery online and then they selected a few Cubans to be the adviser intelligence to onto the Ministry of Interior and the recent actually they selected was because it was a provisional from Ambassador Anderson that no. Us citizen could participate in danger or calm but and the reason why Vietnam was really taking place. There were a lot of people being killed ready adviser from the Vietnam era. They want to have American being killed in central and South Samari. Because we were queuing so we would know citizen that there was no problem. Killing US would be no big deal. And that's why they selected to go there so there were two of us that were selected to to to believe you to advise the Second Radio Battalion. Da Division headquartered. And I'll tell you it was. It was interesting because I later on this Guy Who? She liked the knee. Larry's fear white selected because there were sixteen people interview and he told me the last thing you told me and what happened after the interview. We'll tell you if I see like you when you be ready to be mobilized and everybody would say week. Whatever time they needed my answer was he said if I have time out they might car. I go to my home. I say to my wife and my two kids. I'll come back and we go. We don't have time. You'll be mealy phone here. Called my wife until rose. I have to. We don't have time for that then. Let's go on and give you her number. You call here until tomorrow. I guess nobody del Him. Why is elected me to go there? So that's how we ended up going to believe assigment their adviser Second Radio Battalion and especially today's Divisional Headquarter Shave Our. It was operating. How'd you find him? Well he wasn't. He was a process of month. Nobody knew exactly where he was. The guy that was completely without communication Fidel Castro saint into killing their cushion. Brush I need and Qa depended solely on the Soviet Union so there was no interest of of the Cuban for him to be successful because of the Soviet Union pressure on them and the prove are that when he was sent down their transmitter doug was given to him was broken so he could not communicate back to Cuba. Then Mario Monti had the head of the Communist Party who had dinner. We're seeing on the thirty first of December of nineteen sixty six at committee. That's when they take incomplete brokerage. They completely separated from each other Monday morning. I've been two months before. That was cut from Havana. After he told even the member of the Communist Party who were joined that if they stay with him they would be fired. They will be expelled from the Communist Party so they didn't get support from the Communist Party at all and then giving dallying officer. Rene Montero who was in Brazil who have been very well in place in the area to the point that he had been invited to President Barrientos Pari at the presidential palace. Wants seventy seventeen arrive. In Bolivia he was called back to Cuba with the pretext. Visa had expired and the guy had the bullying citizenship. So it was definitely isn't there to be killed during the period of the operation in there. We had a lot of information that we were aware. Because of the debris debriefing of Debrecen boosted I reading Washington. There was one specific guerrilla inning of backup. Show up in India interviews that the guy wanted to leave the real. He was communist but he was lying upon. He was never told really that he was going to rely He. They told he was going to go to visit Cuba Soviet Union. He arrive in this play where he thought they were going to be giving documentation to fly in a small plane to revive for that. Then they've they've he found out he wasn't in the room and he told them he was a communist reported dame but he didn't want to be in the gorilla so we knew that he had that situation so two months before. Shay was sculpture. There wasn't encountering a place called volatile and there was a company that has helped them before. Ross and this casino. He's the Rio Grande. They when they have to move from one place to the other is the timely raining seasons very difficult dangerous to cross and the reeling loss people trying to cross the river by themselves so not to have held the deal in the best and this was a group commanded by battalion unions and mayor who wing out on his sexual orientation separate from chess group and he went one router for help now on auto have been told the army. You help them the second time. You will have probably with us. And this was a military unit who was close by and when the guys went to see on route two. He told the real away hearing one to find out. You know. Where's the best place to cut? And then he went to his unit commanded by captain. Mario Vargas Muddy. Vargas was told him by these farmer. Does he got these group of guerrilla wanted to cross the river. They selected vol. He Sing area was very easy to grow with some rocks in between so he brought the holiday real into that area totaling. Were to cross now away. That time captain bargains already people displays on both sides of the river so they start crossing. The first one was a cup. A tanning. Cuban lieutenant raise rates. He's spotted once all your dealer side with the last night of vodka. That's the only loss of the army killed. Saudi your Vaca fire up on both sides of the river. Every one of them were helix at three one call. A negative river took him finally was all about their size and the other division never captured two of them buckle your showers and stole my motor now that even we were her moore became arrogant with Dion. Who was shut on this on-the-spot boggle was brought to via grand so while I was in Santa Cruz the head of intelligence. Arnaldo say to me and say Mugabe down. We have information we have real alive. That's going away so we've we flew in the NC forty six aircraft military plane to Grande. We've got into the room. They had him only hospital. Call mattress in your the amount. I was pathetic to that union. They're this guy was sitting there. He was afraid of the hill and heavily. Fifteen soldier pointing a rifle like his head. I mean the guy can avoid anywhere so I talked to him for briefly and the guy had a tremendous memory he will be able to recite the UN meeting that took place six months ago. The name of the play the address and the name of sixteen people so definitely was of our interest to keep him alive so I told him the mayor of. Let's go on and getting released to us so we arrived at the commanding headquarters dare. He was a general La Quinta was the head of the army and he was being told at that time. By colonel we interrogated. These guy knows nothing of importance. Give us the war. We told the press that he was badly wounded..
"che guevara" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Responsibly educate the children in line with our revolutionary principles this is not mean that we achieved all that we aspire to we still have problems of a material design of nature to resolve which are directly related to our economic development there is still a need to eliminate backward ideas as some people hold men and women with respect to the role that each person should play within the home the nature of the socialist family in the relationship between a couple ideas which work against the full participation of women in the building of a new society obviously the economic security guaranteed by both men and women having access to work free healthcare and education the obvious satisfaction and confidence in oneself that equal opportunity and the chance to fully developed to the extent of one's talents intelligence an aptitude offered to each person the constant motivation and emotional stability that comes from feeling useful recognized and dignified as a human being everything that socialism has brought to us undoubtedly fulfills the deepest desires of a family particularly the woman went on just a quarter. a century ago is exploited oppressed and marginalized in the family and society. shin what is the primary concern in Cuba worker the human being what place to women occupy within this concern all aspen in Cuba a country that is building socialism high esteem as human happiness based on respect for the fundamental human rights of each person that includes full shot socially quality to education health care work and professional training with the chance to employ all of one's faculties to to take an active role in society and help develop that society to create the material and spiritual basis for a full harmonious life were the highest qualities of both men and women flourish to reach those aspirations requires work talent dedication and willingness from everybody it requires constant scientific and technological and innovation to ensure economic and social development US each member of our society along with the right to work and all the benefits brought by the revolution has acquired the duty to help create the economic base is necessary for such advantages the building of a new society in the fulfillment of new aspirations could not possibly be achieved except on the basis of work and the willingness of the whole population and the people work with enthusiasm because work is the means for creating wealth and goods for all to enjoy work that is free from exploitation does require a new dimension a quality that stimulates and produces satisfaction to feel that you are useful and are creating your destiny to project yourselves toward the future three or work to cultivate the future in a speech in January nineteen sixty four Che Guevara said that when each Cuban viewed work as a what a vital expression of their human creativity technology technique and inventions would it proceed apace and all would participate within on containable.
"che guevara" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
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"che guevara" Discussed on KGO 810
"G. o. karen email john my husband and i discussed tillerson festival came to the conclusion that kushner is guilty of treason were on his own shadow state department in your opinion is trees you know carrying it isn't he does it with the president's consent and therefore he has a perfect right to do it it reminds me to be honest with you richard nixon and henry kissinger put together the china initiative at first bill rodgers the secretary of state my old friend bill rogers was cut out so anyway i want to tell you i'm gonna continue this topic i've decided to take it up till seven at seven o'clock we will deal with the question of the supreme court and by the way donald trump asking the supreme asking is lawyers if a census can be delayed we'll get all that but i want you to know the reason i'm continuing this i i've had a number of people ask me to but second of all i wanna throw into this chris christie's scathing indictment of donald trump and we'll deal with that but first let me go to to josh calling from hollister josh thanks for your patience locum decay gio hey thanks i just want to say one thing i'm i have been a trump supporter from i guess the get go from the beginning and i wanna say that i'm just kinda tuned in and started started listening to the program in in i heard about the situation where you know kushner had this kind of secret meeting going on and i think i can say that this is the first time that i've actually kind of stepped out looked at the the situation in and the structure of his of you know his basic ration- and and kind of made me question the first time going to be questioned you know if you know if he's really the the guy that i maybe was blinded in saying that he always you know it's it's it's very very tough and i appreciate your candor it's not easy and when when i do in this before we take that break i'm gonna tell you what chris christie is saying which is basically a confirmation of what you're saying anyway listen you listening well i just wanna say it kind of reminds me of if you know if you wanna take look at its yeah sorry it's a godfather you know if it's a concierge coming in and and in michael talk with the head of another mob you know you got i agree with you and i'm glad you call josh you keep me posted or the campaign i want to know how you feel about things what you will do thank you now chris christie spoke at aspen and he's one of donald trump's biggest supporters he said he supports donald j trump but he but he don't presume he said that i support what trump says or does he voted for trump in two thousand sixteen he was almost the vice presidential nominee he's gonna vote for trump in two thousand twenty but this is what he said about the president he said trump has a bad temperament that is tweets his outbursts and his sense of entitlement are ever going to change and that he surrounded himself awful people from the beginning of his presidency when he was asked about jared kushner the man we're talking about in relation to rex tillerson he said that kushner this is this is chris christie he lacks the experience and savvy to be in the white house as to the president's daughter ivanka married to jared kushner christie said he warned trump not to give formal jobs to any family members as doing so would put them in the political crosshairs and hamper other staffers as they walked on eggshells to avoid giving any offense this is chris christie confirming the feeling of rex tillerson a we have a lot to talk about we'll do this so i say up till seven o'clock many of you would call four one five eight zero eight zero ten seven o'clock we shifted the supreme court of the question of of gerrymandering and we'll also talk about the president wanting to postpone the census unbelievable and by the way unconstitutional we'll talk about that and then on the clock hour we will talk about the debate tonight and we'll do that with your commentary 'cause i can't watch it i'm too busy here on the radio fall on five eight zero eight zero eight ten i am john rothman on k. gio evening i'm making the door new york mayor and democratic candidate bill de blasio is apologizing for a faux pas while at an appearance in miami the day after he took part in the presidential debate here's correspondent steve castenbaum while attending a union rally here with airport workers This. Mayor de Blasio said in Spanish. the quote is from revolutionary che guevara translated means ever onto victory the thing is there are many cubans here miami who fled devaras revolution and its repressive policies soon after de blasio apologized it was an honest mistake i've for it i understood it to be just a spanish language phrase like anything else i used it not knowing that was the origin when i heard it was the origin i apologized immediately did not mean to offend anybody steve kastenbaum in miami the city of oakland is suing the husband and wife owners of a real estate empire for allegedly violating the civil rights tenants at buildings they own the lawsuit says owners of the dodge corporation have ignored at least twenty to notice from the city to fix unsafe living conditions at six properties in east oakland and the future of california's almond market remains fuzzy now that india has opposed harrison almonds and twenty seven other american products california grower hours supply eighty two percent of the world's almonds and the industry employs more than one hundred thousand people in the golden state danielle veenstra with a california almond board says the india market is vital to central valley growers with all those almonds we have a lot of markets around the world that they go to and the number one market is actually right here in the u._s. around thirty percent of our almond stay here for the u._s. but then after that they're shipped around the world and india's actually our number one export market right now so when you think of these tariffs that's hitting us an important place grocery store owners in new delhi fear the higher prices will cut into sales and some growers worry that.
De Blasio says he did not mean to quote Che Guevara at Miami rally
"New york mayor and democratic candidate bill de blasio is apologizing for a faux pas while at an appearance in miami the day after he took part in the presidential debate here's correspondent steve castenbaum while attending a union rally here with airport workers This. Mayor de Blasio said in Spanish. the quote is from revolutionary che guevara translated means ever onto victory the thing is there are many cubans here miami who fled devaras revolution and its repressive policies soon after de blasio apologized it was an honest mistake i've for it i understood it to be just a spanish language phrase like anything else i used it not knowing that was the origin when i heard it was the origin i apologized immediately did not mean to offend anybody steve kastenbaum in
"che guevara" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I remember many of my friends whose fathers had business with the government. They were very happy with the fact that they were making bundles of money, and they were happy with guys like, but that goes guys like Battista personality workers move band. They persecuted the Besson's movement and Batista also allowed America's Maffia to turn have Anna into a playground of the rich and powerful. Carlos his father and grandfather were both progressive politicians opponents of Batista's increasingly corrupt and repressive rule by fathering spoke a lot about politics, but one theme of conversation, very we often was how repressive was liberty steroid Jean what I was a student. I participated in several strikes until by father prohibited from doing that he said, I am the only revolutionary in the family, and he was arrested. Once almost got killed a dying and cycle time. He had to go underground because the police were searching for him because he was trying to smuggle weapons guerrilla movement in the real problems. By the late nineteen fifties, peaceful protests against the regime has turned into more radical they isolated armed actions. Fidel Castro had returned in secret to Cuba at the end of nineteen fifty-six after a short period of imprisonment and the next how he'd set up base in the isolated eastern mountains of the Sierra Maestra from there he and his brother role and the Argentine Che Guevara among others wasted guerrilla war against the regime. I remember. The.
"che guevara" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show
"That's I'm in. I'm in my place right now. I'm trained, you know, exactly. That's why you're behaving hands on the table will we can see them Luna's? Don't worry about it. He's okay. We could. We could see the heads. They went away now, but hopefully they'll be fine. What did you get to checkout on your cruise man to Belise Honduras, Costa Maya and Cosmo. So it was nice. Nice man is what did you discover on in those countries or what did you get discovered? I well, I coast we did. We did come out drink and I'll just be honest with you drink a lot, you know. And we ate a lot of Che Guevara, mommy my girls, Cuban. So a lot of guacamole, Stephan sauces and severe. And you know, so you're in the land culture up to Keila. Yeah, yeah. We were just having a good time, but I think we went one time d'ors. We took this bus out of the the port to his beach called west bay. Okay. It was a very a cultural beach. I would say, you know, and. Really, really good time with one of the nicest beaches. It was like, you know, one of those manmade beaches wasn't a natural beach, but it was just it was a beautiful beach. There for the day. For the day. And you know, as drinks there, some severe that was kind of the sort of the whole thing to Keila Coronas and severe. Did you learn anything about the stuff you were drinking out there? Because I asked this really quick because this week, you know me and Mr.. Good. And I went and did some shopping for the studio, and we ended up buying a bottle of tequila and the owner happened to be then you know, when you know when you're dealing with the owner of a liquor store because the owner.
"che guevara" Discussed on The Fundamentalists
"Yeah and that makes it fun because you feel like you're in that's why there's so many viewing parties the bachelors because you get together and you're like we all know we make jokes about it and we did it and it's just it turns your whole experience in the laugh tracks like if there's if you want the perfect example of this stop listening to the podcast ni and type and mitchell and webb you're fired i you'll see a nice clip that gets us because in a sense what these shoes are peeling to primarily or or ironic viewers found a size in that they're known ironic veer laughing out them and the reason why brought this up zen buddhism just like monasticism is is a technology that's designed to unplug you the beedon elif from the system so it's not designed to get you to intellectually critique something but for you to touch your material kind of involvement in the in in some oppressive system night whether or not they succeed as a different question but that's kind of what the today i i don't know if this is n buddhism or not but i was watching this made me because you said then i watched the first part i'm gonna watch the second part of the zen diaries of garry shandling on hbo and never heard of well it's just came out and it's a documentary and garry shandling is my favorite comedian of all time because there's the motorcycle diaries of che guevara as what is signs signs are they play off that maybe that might be like a trip to because it's.
"che guevara" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"Ten people who wear his image who is who will see what did he do i think at least half wouldn't be able to tell you it's it's it's that kind of i konic image which he could be could be anybody really is not just the photo it was the fat they he took the the central decision to die young said well over the agean as always helpful depaul without the decision was rather might foreign by the cia in famous way it was that's right by by various peoples will put bit of led three him true but the fact that he died young meant that the will never had to confront chair che guevara in mid late or old age and the tyrant who probably become i mean if he had died young fidel castro mutter remained an icon of course we without fidel castro deed i mean that's the thing i mean you die young boy he didn't die young no he died incredibly old but he did he did retain this extraordinarily swede stored in recent mental pull on large numbers of people who you would if they wouldn't put it on their tshirt slumps per bullying i'm sure he's been on postage stamps out saud cuba castro dumming john i mean this is an interesting compare and contrast here i i mean i i think in that there remains across huge swaths of the west and lift of this incredible sappi fondness for the cuban revolution amine credible willingness to forgive it successes which which were excessive and yet you don't find many people willing to make the same excuses for north korea what is the difference is it just the palm trees in agos the ponder the cigars probably suffered the edges quite nicely that is true also the inside presentation of fidel castro's cuba o was very very good i presenting it solve in a favorable light to uh sympathetic international media north korea symbols are heard at country the note you anything about until black ideas started to to merge also north korea is much more impressive than cuba ever walls knocked on a holding a candle to keep regime noise but are you compare the two knockers great i mean the cubans never ate grass that they.
"che guevara" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Although trade was famed his socialist ideals today one of his children keeps his name alive through a very different approach he runs a private business on the island offering mercer pint tourist tourists in cuba will grant when too long for right cubans belly annoyed lead the site 1950s classic intimate meals send beautyrest daughters still running decades after they came off the assembly line the heads turn in havana when a fleet of brand new motorbikes rules paused especially when those bikes americanmade homes behind the handlebars at one of them is the son of latin america's bestknown revolutionary che guevara fifty two yearold next dopey give out his inherited much from his father including his strong features his name and his passion for motorbikes but unlike j administers life has taken a very different path into two seasons major by two company whose only linked to his father is in the name of the tools after lepos edosa the famous naughton 500 ccr which chait crushed the americas in the motorcycle diaries and want it but as you are don't gandhi says the perfect company we have using foreign capital working alongside some state run cuban companies that is not a new union it's been happening for years now for centuries in fact initial mr gave this rare access to join him on the road trip there it is the unmistakable roar of the harley davidson as one through three four five thousand motorbikes made that way out of honor and onto the open road heading out west to tobacco growing country it is very cool new conceal ready why this is such a popular holiday americans my age we've never been able to come to cuba and now we can and how long that will last so i thought i had jump through this window and i could later we took a city to around havana with the next door which included a stop by the huge coastal and mural of his father in the plaza than that lebanese yone despite his famous surname admits to insists he is very much she said man.