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Old 08-31-2008, 03:29 PM
 
Location: Maryland
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Take a deep breath.

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Hot Air TV special correspondent Jason Mattera dons his undercover costume to bring you one last, unhinged hurrah from Denver and the DNC. You won’t believe what he heard at the illegal alien Aztlan march downtown (don’t miss the breeding comments, the California conquerors, the Commie who won’t give away her hat, and the students from P.S. 1 in Denver who were required to attend the rally for class).

When your open-borders friends tell you there is no such thing as reconquista and that you are the inveterate racists, just point them to this video.

Seven words, amigos: People for the Elimination of White People.
Hot Air » Blog Archive » Hot Air TV@DNC: Reconquista lives
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Old 08-31-2008, 03:38 PM
 
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Seven words, amigos:
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People for the Elimination of White People.



Wow . . . just wow. I will make sure Senator Durbin gets a copy of this to pass along to Obama.
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Old 08-31-2008, 03:41 PM
 
Location: Arizona
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Amazing! Simply amazing!
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Old 08-31-2008, 03:56 PM
 
Location: Mesa, Az
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How in the hell does MEChA square Che Guevera with its Indian supremacy crap? Che was a White man of partial Irish heritage.
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Old 09-01-2008, 02:29 AM
 
Location: California
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How in the hell does MEChA square Che Guevera with its Indian supremacy crap? Che was a White man of partial Irish heritage.
Not to try and speak for MeCha or anything, but I would think that they would respect him as a rich man who could have had a privileged life, but instead fought for the indigenous people of South America and people in Africa.
Why should they hate him because he's White? He was against imperialism.
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Old 09-01-2008, 02:35 AM
 
Location: California
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This video is so stupid.

Yes, Benicar! You caught us! We REALLY ARE trying to take over the country.


Most of the people were just laughing at this idiot and playing along.
I cant believe youre taking it so seriously.
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Old 09-01-2008, 02:36 AM
 
Location: California
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Wow . . . just wow. I will make sure Senator Durbin gets a copy of this to pass along to Obama.
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Yeah you be sure and do that. And don't forget to report back to us on the selection of donuts they had. =)
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Old 09-01-2008, 08:17 AM
 
Location: San Diego North County
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Not to try and speak for MeCha or anything, but I would think that they would respect him as a rich man who could have had a privileged life, but instead fought for the indigenous people of South America and people in Africa.

Why should they hate him because he's White? He was against imperialism.
Che Guevara was an international terrorist and mass murderer.

"To send men to the firing squad, judicial proof is unnecessary...These procedures are an archaic bourgeois detail. This is a revolution! And a revolutionary must become a cold killing machine motivated by pure hate. We must create the pedagogy of the The Wall! (El Paredón)" --Ernesto 'Che' Guevara

Che was a totalitarian. He achieved nothing but disaster. Many of the early leaders of the Cuban Revolution favored a democratic or democratic-socialist direction for the new Cuba. But Che was a mainstay of the hardline pro-Soviet faction, and his faction won. Che presided over the Cuban Revolution's first firing squads. During his vicious campaigns to impose communism on countries throughout Latin America, che Guevara trained and motivated the Castro regime's firing squads that executed thousands of men, women and children. He founded Cuba's "labor camp" system—the system that was eventually employed to incarcerate gays, dissidents, and AIDS victims.

Che Chic--It's Tres Disgusting

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The world is awash in Che paraphernalia, and this is an ongoing offense to truth, reason, and justice (a fine trio). Cuban Americans tend to be flummoxed by this phenomenon, and so do others who are decent and aware. There is a backlash against Che glorification, but it is tiny compared with the phenomenon itself. To turn the tide against Guevara would take massive reeducation — a term the old Communist would very much appreciate.

Yet, he is celebrated by "liberals," this most illiberal of men. As Paul Berman summed up recently in Slate, "Che was an enemy of freedom, and yet he has been erected into a symbol of freedom. He helped establish an unjust social system in Cuba and has been erected into a symbol of social justice. He stood for the ancient rigidities of Latin-American thought, in a Marxist-Leninist version, and he has been celebrated as a freethinker and a rebel."
Jay Nordlinger on Che Guevara Chic on National Review Online

Guevara was for state capitalism. He opposed the wage labor system of appropriating surplus value (in Marxist jargon) only when it came to private corporations. But he turned the appropriation of the workers surplus value into a state system. One example of this is the forced labor camps he supported, starting with Guanahacabibes in 1961.

He engineered the colonization of Cuba by a foreign power. He was instrumental in turning Cuba into a temporary beachhead of Soviet nuclear power (he sealed the deal in Yalta). As the person responsible for the industrialization of Cuba he failed to end the country's dependency on sugar.

With the exception of Cuba, every guerrilla effort he helped set up failed pitifully. After the triumph of the Cuban revolution, Guevara set up revolutionary armies in Nicaragua, the Dominican Republic, Panama, and Haiti, all of which were crushed. He later persuaded Jorge Ricardo Masetti to lead a fatal incursion into that country from Bolivia. Guevara's role in the Congo in 1965 was both tragic and comical. He allied himself with Pierre Mulele and Laurent Kabila, two butchers, but got entangled in so many disagreements with the latter and relations between Cuban and Congolese fighters were so strained that he had to flee. Finally, his incursion in Bolivia ended up in his death.

His so-called "adventures" were an orgy of death. He executed many innocent people in Santa Clara, in central Cuba, where his column was based in the last stage of the armed struggle. After the triumph of the revolution, he was in charge of "La Caba" prison for half a year. He ordered the execution of hundreds of prisoners, former Batista men, journalists, businessmen, and others. A few witnesses, including Javier Arzuaga, who was the chaplain of La Caba, and Jose Vilasuso, who was a member of the body in charge of the summary judicial process, recently gave their painful testimonies.

Che Guevara a freedom fighter? Mass murdering dictator is more like it. The fact that people continue to glorify this butcher simply shows their own ignorance of history. When I see somebody in a Che shirt, I have to wonder at their appalling lack of knowledge or education. How can anyone remain so unenlightened and oblivious to a chapter in history which occured a mere 40 years ago?

Stupidy IS a social disease.

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Old 09-01-2008, 08:27 AM
 
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Yeah you be sure and do that. And don't forget to report back to us on the selection of donuts they had. =)
I sure will pass it on. Oh and your donuts line? Is getting really old and if I were in your shoes, I'd take everything about this serious. But if it makes you feel better Dream on . . .
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Old 09-01-2008, 09:31 AM
 
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Were it not for photographer Alberto Korda's fabulous treasure of an astounding photojournalistic moment, I believe Guevara might still be relegated to similar status of Castro and Stalin, only well thought of by die-hard Cold War communists and their vestigial areas of influence, not today's global young who lack their own era's emblems.

Never underestimate the power of true genius in the arts. Korda's iconic photo of Guevara took a photographer with the confidence to snap an untraditional moment, and then crop it for further visual importance. Here's what lost without context: this was very long hair for 1960, signifying personal sacrifice. Only six years later, that selfsame long hair would endear this image to similarly longhaired hippies of the leftist-most bent, and the iconic image was off and running forever.

One photographer's amazing command of his craft is, I think as a fellow photographer, the major reason for the continuing deification of a committed but violent politico-soldier. And just the image can so endure. Adolf Hitler, as a former visual artist, knew a thing or two about the power of graphic art as well with the ancient Indian symbol of the swastika.

Irony: as truly befitting for communists, photographer Korda never made any money at all from his historic photograph of Guevara, which I as an artist in non-communist country, genuinely regret for him.
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