Rebel. Hero. Lover. Legend. Che Guevara has inspired generation after generation as the young idealist and revolutionary who fought for the poor and oppressed. Eduardo Noriega (Vantage ... See full summary »
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How could Ché Guevara be compared to Hitler? You obviously don't know what you are talking about. Ché fought to better the lives of ordinary people in Cuba. I think all you need to look at is Cuba at the minute. Surely the lives of the ordinary citizen is much better than it would have been if there was no revolution. You need to stop listening to anti-communist propaganda. Would you have preferred Cuba to stay as a tool for the government of the USA and the United Fruit Company?
The comparison of Che with Hitler is absolutely absurd. Hitler was an anti-semitic racist. Che in fact highlighted racism at the UN and the fact that no aid was given to those countries in Africa battling against imperialism.
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