Che-Guevara was a man whose whole life was a bugle of revolution. Whenever there is talk of revolution, of change, of armed movement, Che-Guevara’s ideas are mentioned.
New Delhi: In today’s era, when the meaning of revolution has changed and it is limited to social media, let us tell you about the revolutionary Che Guevara in Latin America. Last June 14 was his birthday June
Full life revolution bugle
Che-Guevara was a man whose whole life was a bugle of revolution. Whenever there is talk of revolution, of change, of armed movement, of course there is mention of Che-Guevara’s ideas. He once said before he died, he can be killed, but his thoughts cannot be killed.
At the age of 23, Che Guevara embarked on his Norton 500cc motorcycle tour of the South American country, which was the beginning of his becoming Che Guevara. His travels are mentioned in his book ‘The Motorcycle Diary’ and a film has been made about it.
During this visit, Che-Guevara saw the plight of South American countries and made up his mind to do something bigger. Seeing the condition of these countries, he realized that only by eliminating capitalist ideas could their problem be solved.
After that, for the next 19 years, Che-Guevara raised the torch of revolution against capitalism, especially America. Che-Guevara died at the age of 39, but he ruled the country for 19 years.
Cuban national hero
Ernesto Guevara Per Many know him as Che-Guevara. In Cuba, Che-Guevara is revered as a national hero. Che-Guevara is considered the hero of the Cuban revolution. He was closest to former Cuban President Fidel Castro.
Movement for liberation from dictatorship
Fidel Castro has been campaigning in Cuba since 1953 to oust his dictatorial president, Fulgencio Batista, but they have not succeeded because Batista had the full support of the United States at the time. After Fidel Castro met with Che Guevara in 1955, the movement to liberate Cuba from dictatorship began. Batista was ousted on 1 January 1959 with the help of Che-Guevara.
After the change of power in Cuba, Che Guevara was made Minister of Industry there. He was also the Governor of the Central Bank of Cuba, in addition to the Ministry of Finance. This is because, Fidel Castro had confidence in the knowledge of Che-Guevara. Che-Guevara, however, left Cuba in 196666 to train his rebels to liberate Congo and Bolivia from dictatorship.
But this was his last few times in Bolivia. The military and U.S. intelligence agency CIA were in front of the Bolivian rebels. America was furious at the Cuban revolution and that is why it was constantly looking for Che-Guevara.
In October 1967, Che-Guevara reported the location to the Bolivian army and the CIA. Che-Guevara was captured after an encounter in October-October. Che Guevara was martyred on 19 October. Sergeant Mario Terran was ordered to kill Che-Guevara, telling him not to shoot him in the head. Mario Terin Che Guevara made 9 shots.
The news of Che Guevara’s death was given by Fidel Castro of Cuba.
Che-Guevara’s body, buried in Bolivia for nearly 30 years, was later brought to Cuba and then buried again with full honors.
Che-Guevara’s thoughts on social consciousness
Two kinds of people meet about Che-Guevara. One who appreciates his thoughts and actions and the other who thinks his way of violence is wrong. Che-Guevara’s path to the rights of the people was full of violence, but everyone was influenced by Che-Guevara’s ideas about social consciousness. Che-Guevara made many such plans for the new Cuban government, which benefited the Cuban people.
Che-Guevara led the Cuban people to education. By 1961, Cuba’s literacy rate was between 60 and 76 percent, but Che Guevara devised a plan to do so. During the revolution, he gave the responsibility of educating the Cuban people to the schools and teachers he had prepared in the forested villages. Within a year, Cuba’s literacy rate had reached 99 percent.
Not only education, Che-Guevara traveled around the world to improve Cuba’s relations with other countries. Che Guevara also visited India on June 30, 1959 during his foreign tour. During his visit to India, Che-Guevara met with Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, and in his three-page report on Fidel Castro, Che-Guevara met with Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Guevara praised India. He wrote about the visit to India, ‘In this journey we have learned many useful things, the most important thing we have learned that the economic development of a country depends on its technological development.’
During his travels, Che-Guevara was also inspired by Mahatma Gandhi’s method of non-violent movement. He wrote in his report.
“Massive peaceful demonstrations of public discontent eventually forced British colonialism to leave the country, which has been exploited for the last century and a half.”
When Che-Guevara was a minister in the Cuban government, he did not allow his wives to use his official vehicles. He believed that when I myself would not follow the principles that are expected from the rest of the country, how would it work. Che-Guevara said in his last moment that you have come to kill a man, but you cannot kill his thoughts. This thinking became the force of today’s movement and influenced the youth.