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I believe there is still hope left, a possibility for revolt, for resistance, for constantly striving to achieve nirvana, utopia. But slowly, it is fading away. Think a Trotsky in his exiled home in Mexico. Think a fat uninspiring Castro in his 70s. An ugly dead Che with a bullet hole in his head.

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