His name is Che Guevara and he was a revolutionist who fought with Fidel Castro in Cuba.
you are joking?! aren´t you?! Wtf?!
Yeah, me too...
He was a trained doctor of medicine who, for kicks, beat people, whose politics he didn't agree with, to death with baseball bats. Yeah, a real role model.
Some share your view Big Don, others do not. That's the beauty of being able to make your mind up on things.
Since when is a fact a "View"?
Che Guevara, freedomfighter from 1960
A fact is a "view" when it carries a message that someone really doesn't like it - the word "view" is used to soften its impact.Similar incidences of softening the impact of words are:-the use of "feel" rather than "think" - i.e. 'I "feel" we should do things this way', rather than 'I "think" we should do things that way'.-the substitution of the idea of moral _laws_ for moral _values_; "values" can - and someone probably thinks they should - differ easily from person to person, "laws" are strict and impersonal and unfeeling. "Thou shalt not kill" is one of those uncomfortable laws - turn it into a value and you can get away with murder.