This is the only Irish interview with Che Guevara. The man asking the questions has a typical west-Brit accent, straight out of D4. Guevara looks as if he is assessing whether or not he could bed the translator, who was apparently an air-hostess recruited at the last minute.
Much debate centres upon the place of religion, particularly Catholicism, within modern Irish society. Claims and counter-claims are bandied about. Allow Rebel Voice to add to this heady Irish stew. There are striking similarities between Christianity, as countenanced by the Roman Catholic Church, and Communism as enacted within the former U.S.S.R. Both Christianity and Communism […]