Protesters Burn Che Guevara T-Shirts


Flaming Libs/Koranimals
May 1, 2012
Gulf of Mex 26.609, -82.220
Could they be seeing the light, libtarts here will be furious ...
Protesters Burn Che Guevara T-Shirts
How Brazilians are reacting to the ousting of their convicted terrorist leader, Dilma Rousseff.
May 20, 2016
Humberto Fontova

You read the title right. Instead of wearing Che Guevara t-shirts and waving Che Guevara flags, these protesters are festively burning images of Che Guevara.

Alas, these “protests” are taking place in Brazil--and aren’t really protests. They’re more like celebrations. Brazil’s Che Guevara-loving and Castro regime-financing President Dilma Rousseff, you see, was recently suspended from office by Brazil’s Congress for rampant corruption and will go on trial and probably be impeached.

Under the former communist-terrorist Rousseff, Brazil was subsidizing Castro’s Cuba to the tune of about $6 billion a year. Sentimental attachment probably played a role in this relationship. Back in the late 1960’s the Castro regime had been among the mentors and financiers of the Brazilian guerrilla (terror) group Revolutionary Armed Vanguard Palmares (VAR Palmares.) As a prominent member of this terrorist group, in 1970 Dilma Rousseff was captured, tried, convicted and jailed.

Naturally the media never refers to Brazil’s financial transactions with Castro’s Cuba as a sentimental subsidy, much less a gift. Instead, they dutifully refer to this enormous cash-flow as an honorarium from Brazil to Cuba for its “doctors.”

Yep. There it is again. Seems you can’t swing a dead cat around the mainstream media without hitting some mention of Cuba’s “free and fabulous healthcare.” In this case the vaunted healthcare was coupled with Cuba’s equally vaunted (and equally bogus) international magnanimity in deploying thousands of her “medical volunteers” to care for indigent peasants in the Brazilian bush and jungle.

Never mind that if an honest reporter actually bothered to investigate Cuba’s “Doctor Diplomacy” he’d quickly call it out for what it is: human trafficking.


Alas, Obama is very friendly with both Rousseff and—lately—Castro. And the U.S. media is very friendly with Obama. So I’m afraid we’ll have to go to a Brazilian source to read an interview with the murdered U.S. war hero’s son.

Protesters Burn Che Guevara T-Shirts
Very interesting development. And not just for Brazil, but Latin America as a whole. A lot of people that keep a close eye on L.A. politics have been saying Brazil was heading towards a right shift. Looks like it's on it's way.

Hopefully the right seizes power for Brazil's sake.
leftist won't look at the horrors of socialism and think; fuck, maybe we shouldn't do that
they will feel; damn, good thing we are going with democratic socialism, cuz it's totally different and won't kill the economy
Brazil is an extremely dangerous place. 90% of the country lives in poverty, 100% of the country lives with the horrors murder and criminal mayhem.

While I was living in Brazil, it was common to have the Communist party knock on our gate and spread their propaganda.

Food is extremely expensive, I have no idea how the poor survive. Water quality is terrible, electrical infrastructure dismal.

Tropical paradise, Social hell hole.

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