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  • For years now, U.S. war planners have believed that guerrilla warfare is the future -- not against Guevarist focos in the countryside of some recalcitrant, possibly-oil-rich land, but in growing urban "jungles" in the vast slum cities that increasingly dot the planet.

    Pentagon to Cities: Drop Dead

  • I believe in the Guevarist view of bringing revolution to other countries.

    Think Progress » Donald Trump: Let’s bomb Iran.

  • Unlike the MIR, few of the clans on the Socialist Party left are serious revolutionaries, in spite of Guevarist and ultra-left rhetoric.

    A Special Supplement: Chile: Year One

  • A part of the world that has been run into the ground by the Democratic Party under the local Guevarist jefe, Villagrosa.

    Patrick Ruffini

  • He is sympathetic, if gently ironic, towards Argentina's self-managed factories, co-operatives and collectives, where his interviewees 'Guevarist posturing clearly exists in tandem with some genuinely serious attempts at eliminating exploitation.

    New Statesman

  • A part of the world that has been run into the ground by the Democratic Party under the local Guevarist jefe, Villagrosa.

    Patrick Ruffini

  • People were not shooting at each other, for the most part (though there were small Guevarist and Falangist insurgent groups, and several assassinations carried out by the Right) but that doesn’t mean it was a ’stable’ situation.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Surge and Afghan Women

  • In other words, the Guevarist revolutionary actually _wants_ the government to respond with brutal force - along similar psychological lines to Tertullian’s dictum “The blood of the martyrs is the seed of the church.”

    Matthew Yglesias » King and Nonviolence

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