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July 28, 2013
UNESCO and a criminal named 'Che'
Andy Garcia's "The lost city" portrays Che Guevara correctly. He was a thug, a criminal and responsible for thousands of executions. We just learned that UNESCO is going to honor Che Guevarra. That's an outrage and we can not take this one sitting down. UNESCO wants to make "the life and works of Ernesto Che Guevara" the 2013 addition to the Memory of the World Register. We remind you that UNESCO is supposed to be the intellectual agency of the UN. My question is this: What life and works? It would take me many pages to tell you about Che Guevara. My friend Humberto Fontova wrote a great book bout Che. Frankly, UNESCO should add Humberto's book! I've chosen one story because it speaks volumes about the real Che. Let's remember the story of a Cuban teenager who was executed by Che: "Rigoberto Hernandez was 17 when Che's soldiers dragged him from his...(Read Full Post)