Che Guevara Em Dez Citações


  1. “Youth must refrain from ungrateful questioning of governmental mandates. Instead, they must dedicate themselves to study, work and military service.”
  2. “Youth should learn to think and act as a mass. It is criminal to think as individuals!”
  3. “The victory of Socialism is well worth millions of atomic victims!”
  4. “We must do away with all newspapers. A revolution cannot be accomplished with freedom of the press.”
  5. “To send men to the firing squad, judicial proof is unnecessary. These procedures are an archaic bourgeois detail. This is a revolution! And a revolutionary must become a cold killing machine motivated by pure hate.”
  6. “Hatred is the central element of our struggle! Hatred so violent that it propels a human being beyond his natural limitations, making him a violent and cold-blooded killing machine. Our soldiers must be thus.”
  7. “The blacks, those magnificent examples of the African race who have conserved their racial purity by a lack of affinity with washing, have seen their patch invaded by a different kind of slave: The Portuguese.”
  8. “The black is indolent and fanciful, he spends his money on frivolity and drink; the European comes from a tradition of working and saving which follows him to this corner of America and drives him to get ahead.”
  9. “I fired a .32 caliber bullet into the right hemisphere of his brain which came out through his left temple. He moaned for a few moments, then died.”
  10. “I’d like to confess, Papa, at that moment I discovered that I really like killing.”

Imagem e citações retirados daqui.


26 pensamentos sobre “Che Guevara Em Dez Citações

  1. Comunista

    “I do not understand the squeamishness about the use of gas. I am strongly in favour of using poisonous gas against uncivilised tribes” (Winston Churchill).

  2. A. R

    O comunista podia meter uma cunha ao patrão para os vendilhões e traidores do partido devolverem os arquivos da PIDE que entregaram ao império

  3. Comunista

    I do not admit… that a great wrong has been done to the Red Indians of America, or the black people of Australia… by the fact that a stronger race, a higher grade race… has come in and taken its place.
    Churchill to Palestine Royal Commission, 1937

    One may dislike Hitler’s system and yet admire his patriotic achievement. If our country were defeated, I hope we should find a champion as admirable to restore our courage and lead us back to our place among the nations.” (Churchill)

    I do not admit… that a great wrong has been done to the Red Indians of America, or the black people of Australia… by the fact that a stronger race, a higher grade race… has come in and taken its place.
    Churchill to Palestine Royal Commission, 1937

  4. Comunista

    “Some three million Indians died in the famine of 1943. The majority of the deaths were in Bengal. In a shocking new book, Churchill’s Secret War, journalist Madhusree Mukherjee blames Mr Churchill’s policies for being largely responsible for one of the worst famines in India’s history. It is a gripping and scholarly investigation into what must count as one of the most shameful chapters in the history of the Empire.”

  5. Comunista

    E já agora qual foi mesmo o país comunista que usou armas atómicas contra outro país?

    Bombing Civilians: An American Tradition
    Marilyn B. Young


    “General Douglas MacArthur thought the conditions were ripe in December 1950 and requested permission to drop a total of thirty-four bombs on a variety of targets. “I would have dropped 30 or so atomic bombs . . . strung across the neck of Manchuria,” he told an interviewer, and “spread behind us—from the Sea of Japan to the Yellow Sea—a belt of radioactive cobalt . . . it has an active life of between 60 and 120 years. For at least 60 years, there could have been no land invasion of Korea from the North.” MacArthur’s replacement, General Matthew Ridgway, requested thirty-eight atomic bombs. In the event, nuclear weapons were not used; the destruction of northern and central Korea had been accomplished with conventional weapons alone.”

  6. Ifdl

    Bullshit ó comunista. Os teus patrões Estaline, Mao e (nunca esqueças esse) o Pol Pot abateram (como cães) mais comunistas que todos os regimes fascistas de todas as cores. Pára com essa me_da de boi !

  7. Joaquim Amado Lopes

    Tem toda a razão, Comunista. Como Winston Churchill terá(?) dito umas barbaridades, faz todo o sentido celebrar Che.
    (note-se que o Comunista não questiona a veracidade das citações reproduzidas pelo João Cortez)

    E quanto à referência de Churchill a Hitler, recomendo-lhe vivamente que peça a alguém que perceba melhor a língua inglesa do que o Comunista (deve ser fácil de encontrar) que lhe explique o que é realmente dito.

  8. paam


    Espanta-me! Estou verdadeiramente perplexo. Como é que consegue defender em publico um assassino?!?! É assim tão grande a sua cegueira que até o impede de reconhecer um assassino em massa, mesmo quando ele o confessa?

    O Comunista é o exemplo vivo de como torpe o Comunismo é capaz de ser. Depois de tudo o que a história nos ensinou, ainda existem pessoas como o Comunista dispostos a apoiar e defender assassinos travestidos de revolucionários.

    Obrigado Comunista.

  9. joao

    Eles no fundo tem vergonha daquilo que os move e do seu passado. Reparem que apesar de em publico falarem no seu passado, historia coerência ,,,,cada vez que vao a eleições nao usam a sigla PCP mas sim a equivoca CDU que muita gente confunde com CDS.

  10. Comunista

    Bombing Civilians: An American Tradition

    “With no response from the Japanese, the bombs were dropped with the approval of President Harry S. Truman. A Little Boy atomic bomb was dropped on the city of Hiroshima on August 6, 1945, followed by a Fat Man bomb on the city of Nagasaki on August 9. Within the first two to four months of the bombings, the acute effects killed 90,000–166,000 people in Hiroshima and 60,000–80,000 in Nagasaki, with roughly half of the deaths in each city occurring on the first day. During the following months, large numbers died from the effect of burns, radiation sickness, and other injuries, compounded by illness. In both cities, most of the dead were civilians, although Hiroshima had a sizeable garrison.”

  11. Comunista

    Bombing Civilians: An American Tradition

    “The Vietnam Red Cross reported as many as 3 million Vietnamese people have been affected by Agent Orange, including at least 150,000 children born with birth defects.[58] According to Vietnamese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 4.8 million Vietnamese people were exposed to Agent Orange, resulting in 400,000 people being killed or maimed, and 500,000 children born with birth defects.[14] Women had higher rates of miscarriage and stillbirths, as did livestock such as cattle, water buffalo, and pigs.[59]”

  12. Comunista

    Bombing Civilians: An American Tradition

    We went over there and fought the war and eventually burned down every town in North Korea anyway, someway or another, and some in South Korea too.… Over a period of three years or so, we killed off — what — twenty percent of the population of Korea as direct casualties of war, or from starvation and exposure? (Curtis Lemay)

    Strategic Air Warfare: An Interview with Generals (1988)

  13. Comunista

    Notícias da terra do berço do liberalismo:

    In his book Late Victorian Holocausts, published in 2001, Mike Davis tells the story of the famines which killed between 12 and 29 million Indians(1). These people were, he demonstrates, murdered by British state policy.

    When an El Nino drought destituted the farmers of the Deccan plateau in 1876 there was a net surplus of rice and wheat in India. But the viceroy, Lord Lytton, insisted that nothing should prevent its export to England. In 1877 and 1878, at height of the famine, grain merchants exported a record 6.4 million hundredweight of wheat. As the peasants began to starve, government officials were ordered “to discourage relief works in every possible way”(2). The Anti-Charitable Contributions Act of 1877 prohibited “at the pain of imprisonment private relief donations that potentially interfered with the market fixing of grain prices.” The only relief permitted in most districts was hard labour, from which anyone in an advanced state of starvation was turned away. Within the labour camps, the workers were given less food than the inmates of Buchenwald. In 1877, monthly mortality in the camps equated to an annual death rate of 94%.

    As millions died, the imperial government launched “a militarized campaign to collect the tax arrears accumulated during the drought.” The money, which ruined those who might otherwise have survived the famine, was used by Lytton to fund his war in Afghanistan. Even in places which had produced a crop surplus, the government’s export policies, like Stalin’s in the Ukraine, manufactured hunger. In the North-western provinces, Oud and the Punjab, which had brought in record harvests in the preceding three years, at least 1.25m died.

    Three recent books – Britain’s Gulag by Caroline Elkins, Histories of the Hanged by David Anderson and Web of Deceit by Mark Curtis – show how white settlers and British troops suppressed the Mau Mau revolt in Kenya in the 1950s. Thrown off their best land and deprived of political rights, the Kikuyu started to organise – some of them violently – against colonial rule. The British responded by driving up to 320,000 of them into concentration camps(3). Most of the remainder – over a million – were held in “enclosed villages”. Prisoners were questioned with the help of “slicing off ears, boring holes in eardrums, flogging until death, pouring paraffin over suspects who were then set alight, and burning eardrums with lit cigarettes.”(4) British soldiers used a “metal castrating instrument” to cut off testicles and fingers. “By the time I cut his balls off,” one settler boasted, “he had no ears, and his eyeball, the right one, I think, was hanging out of its socket”(5). The soldiers were told they could shoot anyone they liked “provided they were black”(6). Elkins’s evidence suggests that over 100,000 Kikuyu were either killed by the British or died of disease and starvation in the camps. David Anderson documents the hanging of 1090 suspected rebels: far more than the French executed in Algeria(7). Thousands more were summarily executed by soldiers, who claimed they had “failed to halt” when challenged.

    These are just two examples of at least twenty such atrocities overseen and organised by the British government or British colonial settlers: they include, for example, the Tasmanian genocide, the use of collective punishment in Malaya, the bombing of villages in Oman, the dirty war in North Yemen, the evacuation of Diego Garcia. Some of them might trigger a vague, brainstem memory in a few thousand readers, but most people would have no idea what I’m talking about. Max Hastings, in the Guardian today, laments our “relative lack of interest in Stalin and Mao’s crimes.”(8) But at least we are aware that they happened.

  14. PT

    Ó comuna, estás mesmo à espera que leiamos as toneladas de lixo que aqui deixas para encobrir o post em discussão? É a tática do costume dos comunas, desviar as atenções e assobiar para o lado. Mas nunca conseguirão encobrir os “feitos” dos regimes e ideologias totalitários por eles defendidos, nem o número de vítimas, quantas vezes superior ao das vítimas dos regimes de “direita” como a Alemanha de Hitler. Só os milhões de mortos provocados pelos planos quinquenais e pelos grandes saltos em frente (que note-se, sofreram uma morte muito mais lenta e excruciante que os “bombardeamentos” referidos pelo comuna) batem todos os recordes. De resto, as citações do “médico” argentino dizem tudo sobre o programa desta escumalha.

  15. Comunista

    Particularly in the 20th century, there have been numerous experiments performed on human test subjects in the United States that have been considered unethical, and were often performed illegally, without the knowledge, consent, or informed consent of the test subjects. Such experiments have also been found to have taken place among European nations.

    The experiments include: the deliberate infection of people with deadly or debilitating diseases, exposure of people to biological and chemical weapons, human radiation experiments, injection of people with toxic and radioactive chemicals, surgical experiments, interrogation and torture experiments, tests involving mind-altering substances, and a wide variety of others. Many of these tests were performed on children,[1] the sick, and mentally disabled individuals, often under the guise of “medical treatment”. In many of the studies, a large portion of the subjects were poor, racial minorities or prisoners.

    Funding for many of the experiments was provided by United States government, especially the United States military, Central Intelligence Agency, or private corporations involved with military activities. The human research programs were usually highly secretive, and in many cases information about them was not released until many years after the studies had been performed.

  16. Comunista

    The Tuskegee syphilis experiment[16] was a clinical study conducted between 1932 and 1972 in Tuskegee, Alabama, by the U.S. Public Health Service. In the experiment, 400 impoverished black males who had syphilis were offered “treatment” by the researchers, who did not tell the test subjects that they had syphilis and did not give them treatment for the disease. By 1947, penicillin became available as treatment, but those running the study prevented study participants from receiving treatment elsewhere, lying to them about their true condition, so that they could observe the effects of syphilis on the human body. By the end of the study in 1972, only 74 of the test subjects were alive. 28 of the original 399 men had died of syphilis, 100 were dead of related complications, 40 of their wives had been infected, and 19 of their children were born with congenital syphilis. The study was not shut down until 1972, when its existence was leaked to the press, forcing the researchers to stop in the face of a public outcry.[17]

  17. Comunista

    In a 1946 to 1948 study in Guatemala, U.S. researchers used prostitutes to infect prison inmates, insane asylum patients, and Guatemalan soldiers with syphilis and other sexually transmitted diseases, in order to test the effectiveness of penicillin in treating the STDs. They later tried infecting people with “direct inoculations made from syphilis bacteria poured into the men’s penises and on forearms and faces that were slightly abraded . . . or in a few cases through spinal punctures”. Approximately 700 people were infected as part of the study (including orphan children). The study was sponsored by the Public Health Service, the National Institutes of Health and the Pan American Health Sanitary Bureau (now the World Health Organization’s Pan American Health Organization) and the Guatemalan government. The team was led by John Charles Cutler, who later participated in the Tuskegee syphilis experiments. Cutler chose to do the study in Guatemala because he would not have been permitted to do it in the United States. In 2010 when the research was revealed, the US officially apologized to Guatemala for the studies.[28][29][30][31]

  18. Comunista

    “In 1953, the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) ran several studies at the University of Iowa on the health effects of radioactive iodine in newborns and pregnant women. In one study, researchers gave pregnant women from 100 to 200 microcuries (3.7 to 7.4 MBq) of iodine-131, in order to study the women’s aborted embryos in an attempt to discover at what stage, and to what extent, radioactive iodine crosses the placental barrier. In another study, they gave 25 newborn babies (who were under 36 hours old and weighed from 5.5 to 8.5 pounds (2.5 to 3.9 kg)) iodine-131, either by oral administration or through an injection, so that they could measure the amount of iodine in their thyroid glands, as iodine would go to that gland.[57]”

  19. É verdade que o Che Guevara, depois de ver as condições em que os Sul-Americano viviam na sua famosa jornada pelo continente (“Diários de Motocicleta” – Para quem não viu) ficou um bocado louco. Mas quem não ficaria? Ele morreu pela causa. Ele morreu por um mundo mais igualitário e mais solidário. Quantos liberais e capitalistas já o fizeram? De resto, gostava de ouvir as declarações supra-citadas. É que eu também posso inventar umas quantas citações do Che Guevara, do Dalai Lama e do Pai Natal. Só preciso de meter uma fotografia dele e umas aspas que parece legítimo.

  20. Synnas

    Só não percebo porque razão os comunistas (em geral, sem particularizar) não vão fazer vida para as Cubas, Chinas, Coreias do Norte, países sustentados por regimes tão bem defendidos por eles e que apresentam muitas virtudes, por sinal decisivas…

    Que experimentem eles próprios as virtudes de tal sistema… Que vivam lá…

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