Monday, October 09, 2017

The week in review with Bill Katz, the editor of Urgent Agenda...




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Monday's video: VP Pence and Mr Jones unhappy with the NFL



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Good for VP Pence..



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Avalanche of Dem speeches but never passed reforms when they had majorities.



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Total silence from the women of the left about Harv



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Fifty plus years without Che



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Che Guevara, the fellow on all those t-shirts at the left-wing rallies, was captured and executed many years ago this week.
In 1965, Che faded from public life in Cuba.   There were all kinds of rumors, from death to house arrest.   He then reappeared in 1966 in Bolivia where he hoped to bring about a revolution.  .
In October 1967, he was captured and executed by Bolivian troops.
Che subsequently became the image on all those t-shirts.  He became the ultimate anti-U.S. symbol, the image that every left-wing group goes to when its members have a gripe against the U.S.
I should add that a student at a university once told me that he thought it was an image of a rocker – i.e., Jim Morrison!
Ironically, he was captured because the campaign in Bolivia failed miserably.  It failed for two reasons, as Humberto Fontova explained in his book.
First, Bolivia was not Cuba.  In other words, Castro and Che never told Cubans there was a communist government around the corner.
Second, the natives in Bolivia never bought into the idea that a white guy from Argentina was there to save them.
In the end, it was the villagers he was trying to “liberate” who turned him in.  (For a wonderful description of how this happened, read the diary he left behind, and not the edited version by Fidel Castro.  Che was a frustrated man who knew he was failing.  He had no food or fuel, and supplies from Cuba never came as promised.)
Again, the Bolivian campaign was a total failure.
Che was a murderer and a man who said awful things about blacks and Mexicans.  It’s hard to see how any liberal in the West would dare wear his image on a t-shirt!
oldWe salute the students who h “No Che Day” across the land.  We hope this becomes a national celebration as long as there is a fool wearing a Che t-shirt.
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