[Marxism] Re: Che's stupid mistake, and love
l.willms at jpberlin.de
Sat May 22 02:36:08 MDT 2004
schrieb andromeda246 at hetnet.nl (Jurriaan Bendien)
in 000701c43f2a$ad405fb0$9600000a at jurriaan
ueber [Marxism] Che's stupid mistake, and love
JB> Obviously I recognise Che's revolutionary heroism, that is not in
Revolutionary heroism ist not the only thing what Che represented.
Ernesto "Che" Guevara is one of the foremost marxist theoreticians of
the 20th century.
I recommend the compilation of his economic thought by Carlos
Tablada, which is also available in a Dutch-Flemish edition by EPO.
I agree with Fidel Castro that Che's thinking on how build socialism
is indepensable to absorb.
JB> But by motorcycling into Latin America, he was heading into
JB> a trap.
Nothing serious happened to "Che" on his cycle and motorcycle trips
thru Latin America, except a deepening of his antiimperialist
As to the two items on Angola, you err in speaking of an MPLA
government at the time when these letters were written; Angola became
independent only in November 1975.
And then there are more important and/or revealing documents about
the Cuban help for Angolan independence. Keywords "Operacion Carlota"
and "Cuito Cuanavale".
Lüko Willms http://www.mlwerke.de
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