NLF; National Liberation Fronts: 1960/1970

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inspire, plan, or initiate the struggle; neither did it make any commitment to Comrade Guevara. On the contrary, it kept in absolute secrecy everything concerning the guerrillas, and made further efforts to help them act on the basis of an objective knowledge of the national reality. Moreover, once the guerrilla struggle began, the Party expressed its solidarity with the guerrillas through a document issued on March 30, 1967, and defended their political line. On the other hand, one must not forget that the haste of the guerrilla action interrupted the relations between the guerrillas and their partisans and friends in other places, which explains why they did not have any help until the end of their operations.


CHAPTER TEN
Last Interview with Joaquín Cámara Ferreira* Revolutionary Commander of Brazil's Action for National Liberation (ALN)

One year ago, Marighella was murdered. Since then urban guerrilla activities in Brazil have dropped noticeably and the rural guerrilla warfare announced in 1968 has not been effected. Does this mean that there are diminished possibilities now for a revolution in Brazil?

Definitely not, and for two reasons: the causes that led to the armed struggle in Brazil still exist today--and are even more evident.

We are living under a fascist military dictatorship that is becoming ever more of a dictatorship and ever more fascist. Every kind of freedom has disappeared since 1964, and now the dictatorship has become an institution, once and for all. There is only one power, that of a small group of Generals who, acting on their own, serve the great capitalists, landowners, and imperialists--particularly the U.S. imperialists.

As a result of this, the people's suffering is on the increase. The

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Interview in Rio de Janeiro, October 28, 1970. From Granma, Havana, November 8, 1970.

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