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Che Guevara is Really Ernest Lynch

Che Guevara is Really Ernest Lynch



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Ernest Lynch is Che Guevara
This profile, edited and adapted by Breaker McCoy (2008), utilizedsome excerpts from an article written by Humberto Fontova, entitled"Fidel's Executioner," published by FrontPageMagazine.com onOctober 14, 2005.
There Was no Bloody Revolutionary War inCuba
In effect, “General”
Fulgencio Batista y Zaldívar 
conceded victory tothe
in the beginning ...
had no more than a total of 1000 support troops and 270 fighters opposing
Batista's army 
of 4000-40000 men depending on the source.
The Batista war was an elaborate ruse and gaudy clown show falselyexaggerated by the American leftist media. After the “gloriousvictory”, Castro’s lot were content to run down and execute the fewBatista men motivated enough to shoot back (most of these were of humble background), settle into the mansions stolen from
,and enjoy the rest of their booty.In December 1956, a party of 70 badly trained revolutionary rich boysled by Castro, landed from a yacht named Granma intending to start anarmed resistance movement in the Sierra Maestra. They had landed atLos Colorados beach, on the southwestern coast of Oriente Province.Castro's forces were attacked by the Cuban military aircraft, but heand 20 men survived by escaping into the wooded mountains of theSierra Maestra.Less than two years later 3 80man rebel columns and athousand man unarmed logistics force defeated Batistas 4,000-40,000man army navy and air force. Batista's army was not an army, but acorrupt bunch of thugs with no motivation and not much organizationAs an American intelligence liaison reported: I asked how the(Batista)army was doing in its operations against the guerrillas andwas told that it was not fighting. Only rarely did it venture from itsbarracks and obviously was very reluctant to move into the hills toseek out the rebels. Batista spread his weird army out all over Cuba insquad sized groups of 8-10 men stationed in hundreds of villages andtowns.In an act of desperation, Batista sent one of his most feared officersafter Castro with a force of 500 men in 1968. But even this effortbackfired. Many troops pulled up lame with self-inflicted injuries.Others sold the rebels their guns. Castro captured the army'scommunications trailer and opened a number of fronts that wentunchallenged as his three small columns advanced into Havana.
A Typical Cuban War Battle
On January 14, 1957, Castro’s entire 25 man army came to a halt bythe Magdalena River, which separates La Plata and a ridge beginningin the Sierra Maestra and ending at the sea. Fidel gave orders fo
target practice as some sort of training for his troops — some of themen were using weapons for the first time in their lives. Therevolutionists bathed there as well having ignored matters of hygiene for many days — and those who were able to do so changedinto clean clothes. At that time Castro’s army had 23 workingweapons: nine rifles equipped with telescopic sights, fivesemiautomatic rifles, four bolt-action rifles, two Thompsonsubmachine guns, two submachine guns, and a 16-gauge shotgun.They were low on ammunition and prepared to attack the localBastista Barracks manned by a 9-man squad.As Cheo later said: “We had 22 weapons ready for the attack. It wasan important occasion, and we had very little ammunition. We had totake the army barracks at all costs, for failure meant wasting ouammunition, leaving us practically defenseless. The plan of attack wassimplistic:-4 men armed with semi automatic weapons would attack the palm-thatched barracks from the right-Castro and Che would attack fire at the center with four men-Raul Castro and the rest of the men attacked from the left
We approached within 40 meters of the barracks. By the light of a fullmoon, Fidel initiated the gun battle with two bursts of machine-gunfire and all available rifles followed. Immediately, we demanded theenemy's surrender, but with no results. The murderer and informeChicho Osorio was executed as soon as shooting broke out.The attack had begun at 2:40 a.m., and the guards put up a muchfiercer resistance than we had expected. A sergeant, armed with an M-1, responded with fire every time we demanded their surrender. Wewere given orders to use our old Brazilian-type hand grenades. LuisCrespo threw his, and I mine, but they did not detonate. Raúl Castrothrew a stick of dynamite and nothing happened. We then had nochoice but to get close to the quarters and set them on fire, even atthe risk of our own lives. The light from the blaze showed us it wassimply a storeroom full of coconuts, but we had intimidated the

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