“Events can be controlled. things can be made better.”
Guevara’s birthday was June 14th, 1928 in Rosario, Argentina, later moved on to Buenos Aires, and then Alta Gracias en Cordona. Ernesto Guevara Lynch was his father, who was civil engineer, of Irish descent. His uncle wrote a book titled, “Spain in the hands of the people.” He wrote the motorcycle diaries observing Latin America and the dominance of US interests. Jumping off point for US policy.
The government fell in Guatemala due to internal dissent and confusion which prevented counterattacks, compelled to rebel. He was obsessed with the idea of recording everything. Inventories of his emotions and the voices of revolution. Ties are of another nature, those that cannot be broken as appointments can.
“Carry to new battlefronts the faith you taught me, revolutionary spirit of my people, the feeling of fulfilling the most sacred of all duties, to fight again imperialism where it may be. This confronts and heals the deepest wound.”
Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara de la Serna. One of my biggest inspirations and motivators. I have the last name of a revolutionary: Guevara. The passion to fight the good fight runs through my blood. <3