Friday, May 12, 2006
The unwilling icon of capitalism
T-shirts, bandanas, posters, undies, and just about anywhere else you can do injustice. Mr. Guevarra is there, staring away like he'd rather not accept his condition. Poor guy, a hero to the poor, a villain to the capitalists up north. He fought in every major revolution. Though from Argentina, that lent him the "Che", he fought for Latino America and willed the lower populace into dreaming of uniting all the Mestizo countries. Guatemala, Cuba, Congo and finally Bolivia were places he kindled and fought his revolution.
Ernesto "Che" Guevarra de la Serna was eventually captured and murdered by the Bolivian military.
A person with soul, who couldn't stand poverty is today on the front of a svelte chick's T. Nothing else.