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2017-10-08

GUEVARA AND RADIO REBELDE


Il 9 ottobre 1967 nel corso di un fallito tentativo insurrezionale, veniva giustiziato in Bolivia Ernesto "Che" Guevara il capo guerrigliero che nel 1959, insieme a Fidel Castro aveva cacciato da Cuba il Presidente-padrone Fulgencio Batista. Negli anni successivi Guevara ricoprì ruoli di primo piano nel governo di Cuba, ma dal 1964 in poi riprese la strada insurrezionale prima in Congo e successivamente in Bolivia col tragico epilogo che ben conosciamo. Icona mondiale e mondialista per eccellenza, la figura di Guevara ancora divide e fa discutere. La "creatura" che ancora rimane a ricordarlo si chiama però Radio Rebelde che attualmente è un network nazionale ma che nacque con mezzi rudimentale proprio nel corso della guerriglia condotta sulla Sierra Maestra dai contingenti irregolari castristi.


Radio Rebelde era al tempo stesso strumento di propaganda politica e di supporto logistico alla guerriglia e fu attraverso le sue trasmissioni che il mondo conobbe ciò che accadeva a Cuba nonché le voci di Castro e Guevara. Ancora oggi a Radio Rebelde sono orgogliosi di queste origini che non mancano mai di sottolineare nel corso delle trasmissioni. Occupandoci di radio abbiamo voluto celebrare con questo piccolo ricordo la figura del "Che" a 50 anni dalla sua morte.

IN QUESTO VIDEO DI YOTUBE POTETE ASCOLTARE UN BREVE FRAMMENTO DI UN DISCORSO DEL CHE A RADIO REBELDE.


QUESTE INVECE SONO ALCUNE NOTE SU RADIO REBELDE TRATTE DA WIKIPEDIA

Radio Rebelde (English: Rebel Radio) is a Cuban Spanish-language radio station. It broadcasts 24 hours a day with a varied program of national and international music hits of the moment, news reports and live sport events. The station was set up in 1958 by Che Guevara (About this sound listen ) in the Sierra Maestra region of eastern Cuba, and was designed to broadcast the aims of the 26th of July Movement led by Fidel Castro. Transmitting on shortwave, Radio Rebelde also broadcast the latest combat news, music and spoken literature to the people of Cuba during the Cuban Revolution. Today, Radio Rebelde has forty-four transmitters on the FM dial covering 98 percent of the island of Cuba, plus a shortwave signal on the 60-meter band at 5.025 MHz, and several AM transmitters on various frequencies, most commonly 540, 550, 560, 600, 610, 620, 670, 710, and 770.


The radio broadcasts were initiated in February 1958 by the rebel army's media wing, under Guevara's supervision. Guevara had reportedly been impressed by the power of radio after experiencing first hand the role of a CIA clandestine radio station, La Voz de la Liberación, in ousting the government of Jacobo Arbenz in Guatemala.[2] An electric generator and the first radio equipment had arrived in Pata de la Mesa, Guevara's command post, where the rebels were to set up the clandestine station and get it on the air.[1]
Early broadcast efforts were conducted by Luis Orlando Rodríguez, who later became Minister for the Interior. The first broadcast began with the announcement: "Aquí Radio Rebelde, the voice of the Sierra Maestra, transmitting for all Cuba on the 20-meter band at 5 and 9 pm daily... I'm station director Capt. Luis Orlando Rodríguez."[1]
Later, Carlos Franqui arrived from MiamiUnited States, to become the movement's overall director of information. Soon, as the fighting intensified. Franqui and the transmitter relocated to Fidel Castro's command post in La Plata, Cuba.
The broadcasts became a vital source of communication due to increased government restrictions on the Cuban press. A new boosted transmitter in La Plata carried lengthy interviews and speeches by Fidel Castro and provided radiotelephone communication between the rebel columns throughout the region. Expansions in rebel numbers and more ambitious military ventures away from the group's base in the Sierra Maestra meant that each fighting column needed its own radio equipment. Eventually 32 Rebelde stations were operating throughout Cuba. The stations broadcast nightly, with each broadcast beginning with the loud declaration "¡Aquí Radio Rebelde!" ("Here Radio Rebelde!") that has remained the station's trademark salutation to the present day, followed by the Cuban national anthem and the 26th of July hymn.[2]
On April 9, 1958, the station broadcast calls for the nation's workers to join in a general strike. Rebelde also broadcast the first reports that Guevara's column had taken Santa Clara on New Year's Eve 1958, and on the first morning of the new year Castro broadcast a call for another general strike. During the transmission he rejected any attempts by the Cuban military to replace Batista by a coup d'état and urged his revolutionary force to press on to the cities of Havana and Santiago. His final words were "¡Revolución Sí, Golpe Militar No!" (Revolution Yes, Military coup No!). Within hours the army had surrendered in full.[citation needed] In turn, Venezuelan broadcasts had the initiative to retransmit the war parts of Radio Rebelde through Radio Rumbos and Radio Continent, which allowed to know the advances of the Castro guerillas and the setbacks of the dictator Batista.

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