“[The speaker] urged the students to study in order to serve the people and those in need, and not to fill their pockets,” reported the media.
Sound familiar? No, it wasn’t Barack Obama urging students to pursue “collective service” instead of chasing after a “big house and nice suits,” but Aleida Guevara, the daughter of the infamous Che Guevara, talking to Paraguayan students yesterday.
Guevara went on to say that “Each of us isn’t worth anything. The processes belong to the people, and not to any individual man.”
That’s a good audition for the commencement address at Wesleyan University next year.