"The Last Days of Che Guevara" - documentary by french director Arnaud Hamelin (2006)
The 2006 documentary "The Last Days of Che Guevara" from Arnaud Hamelin, with interviews with almost all the major players who are still alive: members of the guerrilleros, the man who deserted the bolivian army to denounce the true story of his death, i.e. how Che Guevara did not fall in combat but was murdered after being injured following orders of the White House, the photographer who shot the photos of the dead icon, one of the two agents sent by Fidel Castro to help the CIA eliminate Che Guevara, Siro Bustos.
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Che Guevara was a martyr. Unfortunately he did not realise that Marxism, the "god" he died for, was a product of the very same illuminati who murdered him.
1962: Che and Fidel shared their suspicions of the Soviet Union. But there were other influences on Fidel, particularly his brother Raúl who was close to the Communists.For Che it was clear that an escape from sugar dependency was the indispensable precondition for political independence from the Soviet bloc, towards which his attitude was becoming increasingly critical. 'Against Bureaucratism' (February 1963) was a thinly veiled attack on the new bureaucracy which had grown up under the patronage of the increasingly influential Soviet economic advisers.
The debate about the economy that erupted in mid-1963 was a consequence of Che Guevara understanding that the Soviet Union leaders should not be trusted.
The argument took place against a background of deepening economic integration with the Eastern bloc and a consequent shift in the political balance within Cuba itself. And this was one of the major sources of the growing rift between Che and Fidel.
By mid-1965 Che Guevara had resigned all his government posts and left Cuba. Che's articles and speeches return again and again to his recognition that the revolution could only survive if Cuba could break out of its economic straitjacket. His initial hope that the Eastern bloc would assist Cuba in the enterprise turned quickly to disillusionment as it became clear that it would not play that role. Che's last speech, in Algiers in February 1965, was an explicit and frontal attack on the Soviet Union for its lack of internationalism and its cynical manipulation of the Cuban Revolution - but it was only the last in a series of increasingly angry discussions of the same issue. Fidel Castro for his part had clearly accepted that relationship without conditions - he had become an instrument of that manipulation. Che's letter of resignation, written in 1964, was not made public until 1967.
Today we know that the illuminati agents had infiltrated the Soviet Union government to the point where, after the murder of JFK, the US and the Soviet Union were in fact ruling the world together, under the cover of the "cold war".
These are the key facts required to understand the death of Che in Bolivia. Fidel Castro, now an illuminati agent, gave the required credibility to french illuminati agent Regis Debray, who was sent to Bolivia with the mission to put an end to the legend of Ernesto Che Guevara.
(1) The other was frenchman Regis Debray, The Illuminati assigned Fidel Castro with the task of selling Debray to Che Guevara.