¿POR QUÉ FIDEL ABANDONÓ AL CHE? Guevara: Valgo más vivo que muerto (Large Print / Paperback)

¿POR QUÉ FIDEL ABANDONÓ AL CHE? Guevara: Valgo más vivo que muerto By Alberto Muller Cover Image
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POR QU FIDEL ABANDON AL CHE? is a harrowing book of journalistic investigation. In the course of the author's journey he encounters the failures of the guerrilla projects in Salta (Argentina) and the Congo, both led by Che, who later dies in the last of the guerrilla attempts in La Higuera, Bolivia. But what is humanly striking is that in Bolivia he dies without his boots, hungry, without his asthma medications and with most of his fellow guerrillas dead.

But paradoxically, during the outcome of this drama and from Havana, Fidel Castro does not activate any operation to save Che from the gigantic ambush in which he has fallen in Bolivia, but instead crosses his arms at times or moves some very precise pieces of the political-operative chess to sink it even more in its almost suicidal isolation.

And in his ideology Guevara points out all the moments in which he asked for help and Fidel Castro did not give it. And the most incisive thing, from an existential philosophy point of view, is that, being captured in deplorable conditions, Guevara has more desire to live than to die. Then he asks his captors not to kill him, because "I'm worth more alive than dead." Immediately after being executed, violating all existing military codes of ethics, the Bolivian military command orders his hands to be cut off in an unusual act of physical castration. Reading this book together with the Diary of Che Guevara in Bolivia demonstrates the total abandonment that Guevara suffered from Fidel Castro and his regime.

POR QU FIDEL ABANDON AL CHE? es un libro desgarrador de investigaci n period stica. En el curso del recorrido del autor se encuentra con los fracasos de los proyectos guerrilleros en Salta (Argentina) y el Congo, ambos liderados por el Che, que muere posteriormente en el ltimo de los intentos guerrilleros en La Higuera, Bolivia. Pero lo llamativo humanamente es que en Bolivia muere sin sus botas, hambriento, sin sus medicamentos para el asma y con la mayor a de sus compa eros de guerrilla muertos.

Pero parad jicamente, durante el desenlace de este drama y desde La Habana, Fidel Castro no activa ning n operativo para salvar al Che de la gigantesca emboscada en la que ha ca do en Bolivia, sino que se cruza de brazos por momentos o mueve algunas piezas muy precisas del ajedrez pol tico-operativo para hundirlo a n m's en su aislamiento casi suicida.

Y en su ideario Guevara se ala todos los momentos en que pidi ayuda y no se la dio Fidel Castro. Y lo m's incisivo, desde un punto de vista de filosof a existencial, es que, al ser capturado en condiciones deplorables, Guevara tiene m's deseos de vivir que de morir. Entonces le pide a sus captores que no lo maten, porque valgo m's vivo que muerto. Inmediatamente despu's de ser ejecutado, violando todos los c digos de tica militar existentes, el mando militar boliviano ordena que le corten las manos en un acto inusitado de castraci n f sica. Leer este libro junto con el Diario del Che Guevara en Bolivia, demuestra ese abandono total que sufri Guevara de Fidel Castro y su r gimen.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781593883287
ISBN-10: 1593883285
Large Print: Yes
Publisher: Ediciones Universal
Publication Date: May 26th, 2022
Pages: 232
Language: Spanish