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    But worth noting that all successful revolution comes by popular movement, it is not imposed upon a country from the outside or from a fringe group within.  In the case of Che, there was a strong desire to fight the outside powers with no real concern about who represented the people he wished to liberate.  He seemed more pre-occupied with revolution then with any changed created by his revoution.  He essentially liked to join with anyone with a gun that can give him what he wanted.

    No different then his American counterparts.  His idea of revolution was to remove an imposed oppressive regime with another imposed oppressive regime.

    Which, to me, makes him a simple warmonger rather than an idealist struggling for real change.  His tactics and public statements also re-enforce my view of him.

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    by Closet VB Coder on Mon Dec 12, 2005 at 08:39:31 AM PST

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