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    Rage Against the Marxist Machine

    Tuesday, February 02, 2010
    Rage Against the Marxist Machine
    by Humberto Fontova

    Hugo Chavez' inspirational debt to Ernesto "Che" Guevara is such that he
    titled his regime's socio-economic model, "Mision Che Guevara." Don't
    look for much of this in the MSM–but as I write Venezuela's youth are
    hitting the streets in the tens of thousands and with raised
    fists–AGAINST Castro/Che brand- socialism (having gotten a taste.)

    In response, Chavez' police and brownshirt goon-squads (some mimicking
    their national leader by wearing Che T-shirts) bludgeon, tear gas, shoot
    and arrest hundreds of rebellious Venezuelan youth.

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    In fact, nothing could be more fitting. In a famous speech in 1961 Che
    Guevara denounced the very "spirit of rebellion" as "reprehensible."
    "Youth must refrain from ungrateful questioning of governmental
    mandates" commanded Guevara. "Instead they must dedicate themselves to
    study, work and military service."

    Youth, wrote Guevara, "should learn to think and act as a mass." Those
    who "chose their own path" (as in growing long hair and listening to
    Yankee-Imperialist Rock & Roll) were denounced as "delinquents." In his
    famous speech Che Guevara even vowed, "to make individualism disappear
    from Cuba! It is criminal to think of individuals!" he raved.

    As luck would have it, this very month GQ magazine modestly crowned
    itself the crowner of the "25 Most Stylish Men in the World." Based on
    their cover, the top contender for the top spot seems like cheeky
    free-spirit Johnny Depp, who appears shirtless–all the better to
    display his Che Guevara pendant.

    On top of jailing political prisoners at a higher rate than Stalin's and
    murdering more people in its first three years than Hitler's in its
    first six, here's an (abbreviated) list of the things prohibited under
    penalty of jail and/or forced labor by the regime co-founded by the
    gentleman cheeky free-spirit Johnny Depp flaunts on his t-shirts,
    kerchiefs and pendants:

    1. To say "Down with Fidel!" or "Che Sucks!" Cuba's constitution"
    mandates 18 months in prison for anyone overheard cracking a joke
    against Castro or Che. If the neighborhood CDR (Committee for the
    Defense of the Revolution, imported to Cuba by the East German STASI,
    who grandfathered it from Hitler's Gestapo) overhears any such deviation
    from "ideological purity" the regime "will want a word with you."

    2. Travel abroad without permission from the government. (which is
    granted mostly to regime toadies and hacks.

    3. Switch jobs without regime permission.

    4. Switch homes without regime permission…

    5. Publish anything without regime permission.

    6. Own a personal computer, a fax machine or a satellite antenna.

    7. Access the Internet. Cuba's Internet is under constant regime
    "surveillance." By the secret police. Only 1.7% of the population has
    access to the web, a lower percentage than in Papua New Guinea. This is
    a nation that pre-Castro/Che had more telephones and TV's per-capita
    than most European countries

    8. Send your children to a private or religious school. All schools
    belong to the Communist party.

    9. Tune in to any free radio or television station. In Cuba all media is
    property of the Stalinist regime.

    12. Read books, magazines, or newspapers, not approved by the regime.
    All books, magazines, and newspapers in Cuba are published by the
    Stalinist regime.

    13. Receive publications from abroad or from visitors. This is
    punishable by jail pursuant to Law 88.

    14. Openly communicate with foreign journalists.

    15. Visit or stay in hotels, restaurants, beaches or resorts for
    tourists. (regime permission is granted to a tiny number of regime hacks
    and toadies)

    16. Accept gifts or donations from foreign visitors.

    17. Seek employment with foreign companies allowed to do business in
    Cuba. (regime permission is required for employment with these
    accomplices with Stalinism.)

    18. Own your own home or business.

    19. Earn more than the wages established by the regime for all
    employees: $7-12 monthly for most jobs, $15-20 monthly for
    professionals, such as doctors and government officials.

    20. Sell any personal belongings, services, homemade foods or crafts
    without regime permission…

    21. Fish along the coastline or board a boat without regime permission.

    22. Belong to any independent trade union. The regime controls all
    unions and no individual or collective bargaining is permitted; neither
    are strikes or protests.

    23. Organize any artistic performance without regime permission. (Don't
    look for this announced at the Sundance Film Festival but before Robert
    Redford released the Motorcycle Diaries he was mandated to travel to
    Cuba and give a special screening for approval to one of the film's
    co/producers: Fidel Castro. So in effect, this Castroite provision can
    actually extend beyond Cuba's borders.)

    24. Select a doctor or hospital. The regime assigns them all.

    25. Seek medical help outside of Cuba.

    26. Hire an attorney. All are assigned by the regime.

    28. Refuse to participate in an event or mass demonstration organized by
    the Communist Party. (Turn down such an "offer" and watch your food
    rations shrink and employment status crumble.)

    29. Refuse to participate in "voluntary" work for adults and children.
    (see above)

    30. Refuse to vote in a single party election featuring only Stalinist
    candidates nominated by the Stalinist regime.

    31. Transport any food products for either personal or family
    consumption between provinces.

    32. Slaughter a cow. This "felony" is sanctioned by five years imprisonment.

    33. Purchase or sell real estate or land.

    34. Select a career. In the selection process for universities (all of
    which belong to the Stalinist regime), regime apparatchiks select it for
    you, closely reviewing your record of "ideological purity," as reported
    to them by regime snitches.

    35. Invite a foreigner to spend the night at your home.

    36. Buy milk in a regime outlet for any child older than seven years.
    Only Cuban children up to seven years of age have the right to pay a
    quota for milk. After that, parents can only obtain milk in the black
    market—if caught and their "ideological purity" (as reported by regime
    snitches) is in question, jail time is usually in the offing for the
    hapless Castro subject.

    Today the world's largest Che Guevara image adorns Cuba's headquarters
    and torture chambers for its KGB and STASI-trained secret police. And
    cheeky free-spirit Johnny Depp seems delighted to flaunt this emblem
    from his pendants, shirts and kerchiefs. In a Vibe Magazine interview a
    few years back, Johnny Depp boasted of "digging" Che Guevara.

    On the other hand, Venezuela's youth see what's coming with "Mission Che
    Guevara." And as we saw in harrowing detail above—want no part of it.

    "I bet you were expecting a Hollywood putz," boasted Depp to his
    obsequious Vibe magazine interviewer who seemed dazzled by Depp's
    penetrating sagacity. "Bet you expected some f**cking commodity without
    a brain in his head!"

    Nothing of the sort, Mr Depp. In such as Hollywood and Cannes, you tower
    as an exceptional intellectual commodity.

    Humberto Fontova : Rage Against the Marxist Machine – Townhall.com (2
    February 2010)

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