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Che Guevara Marxist Murderer (Part THREE of FIVE)









By John Suarez


__December 11th, 2008

Che Guevara’s Dubious Legacy


Links are in GREEN


__Part of FIVE

One example took place in

the early morning hours of

July 13, 1994 just six miles

from Havana’s sea wall,

the Malecon,

out in the ocean a tug-boat

with more than 71 Cubans

trying to head for sanctuary

were attacked.

These victims were met by

other tugboats captained by Che’s

“new men” who used high pressure

hoses to knock these refugees

overboard into the sea,

and later rammed and sank the

boat drowning 41 passengers.

21 of the dead were

women and children.



Ten years after the massacre

acts of remembrance were carried

out around the world.


Jorge Garcia,

who lost 14 family members

on the tugboat,

spoke out rejecting Che Guevara’s

approach while embracing another:

There are those who think

that we should be full of rancor

and a thirst for vengeance,

but I don’t want revenge.

I feel sorry for the people

who assassinated my family

but I do want a trial so that

this situation can serve as a

lesson and that these people

or others like them in other

parts of the world,

don’t do this kind of thing again.

Not in Cuba.

Not anywhere.


Seek justice

but not revenge.


Address an injustice

with justice not

new injustices.



This is a radical alternative to

Che Guevara and Mao Zedong,

tragically an alternative that

would have saved tens of millions

of more lives in the past century.


Its philosophical underpinning

is found in the statement:

Love your enemies,

do good to those

who hate you,

bless those who curse you,

pray for those

who mistreat you.


This path has and continues to

be followed by persons of such

diverse backgrounds as

Mahatma Gandhi,

Martin Luther King Jr.,

Lech Walesa,

Vaclav Havel,

Corazon Aquino,

Desmond Tutu,

Aung San Suu Kyi,

and Dr. Oscar Elias Biscet.


These men and women have

demonstrated that hatred is

something to be overcome,

not an “element of struggle,”

but rather a stumbling

block to freedom.








Che Guevara links in GREEN





One Response to “Che Guevara Marxist Murderer (Part THREE of FIVE)”

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