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Art and Its Political Hijacking

Art and politics have a long connection that is often quite awkward. One philosophy holds that art cannot be divorced from its social origins, that it is a legitimate platform from which to confront injustice and oppression, and indeed, that art… 1,594 more words

Karl Marx

Motorcycle Diaries by Che

“If you tremble with indignation at every injustice then you are a comrade of mine.”

Dear beloved,

I met a couple who were miners. They were thrown away from their property and their children were forced away from them. 1,235 more words


100 Years of Communism, 100 Million Deaths, and the Morally Bankrupt Death Cult of Che Guevara

It’s time for the final installment of my series commemorating the evil impact of 100 years of communism.


Che, My Brother-Juan Martin Guevara

October 10, 1967 – Argentine newspaper Clarin announces that Ernesto “Che” Guevara (1928-1967) has died in Bolivia on October 9 after being capture with a group of guerrilla fighters attempting to spread revolutionary ideology throughout Latin America.  1,021 more words


Motorcycle Diaries & Machu Picchu

On his adventure through the South American continent and documented in his famed Motorcycle Diaries,  revolutionary Che Guevara noted that the majority of the American tourists know Peru for nothing more than Machu Picchu – often going coming to the country to simply visit the ruins without paying attention to anything else the country has to offer. 600 more words

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