The above posted clip is taken from "Loin Du Vietnam" (French for "Far From Vietnam") directed by Joris Ivens, William Klein, Claude Lelouch, Agnès Varda, Jean-Luc Godard (segment), Chris Marker, Alain Resnais.
Fidel Castro — main leader of the Cuban Revolution and former First Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba — passionately talks about Imperialism and Armed Struggle (first video) and Internationalism (second video).
DISCLAIMER FOR BOURGEOIS ROMANTICS:
Marxist Ferri is not a "Castroist", "Stalinist" or whatever these weird, general and vague labels may entail. Among other things, I wrote a critique of Stalin, Lenin, Leninists à la Castro & Co. — whilst discussing my general political and economic stances — in my article on the problems of Stagism and the question of Frontism.
•Whomever wants to speculatively criticise "Castro the guide" or "Castro the person", perhaps on the basis of a philological analyses, may convienently read my article on the problems of Stagism and the question of Frontism
•Whomever is definitely a self-alienating (though passionate) bourgeois romantic who hasn't watched the above posted video but equally feels the need for commenting things such as "f*** Communism" or "Within revolutions people die, down with Revolutions and long live peace in this planet of Slums"
may convieniently watch "Chickni Chameli":
• Whomever doesn't give a fig about this article and wanna watch a cartoon may conveniently watch Karl Marx Vs Captain Capitalism
• Whomever wants to read about my stance on the Occupy Wall Street movement may conveniently read my article the political character of the Occupy Wall Street Movement
• Whomever wants to gain a greater knowledge about the big problems of USSR-style Communism may conveniently read my articles on Marxism-Leninism and the political problems of mainstream "Marxism"
• Whomever is interested to know more about a theory of Post-Capitalism may conveniently have a look at mine in my article/pamphlet on Needism (or Needist Communism)
• Whomever wants to know in specific terms about the (minor) philological/epistemological and (major) politico-economic problems of Stagism, again may conveniently read my article on the problems of Stagism and the question of Frontism
• Whomever is interested to know more about the role of Anarchism within the Occupy movement may conveniently read my article on the potential and problems of Anarchism
Delhi University, India