#Leftists are so morally corrupted they display a cognitive dissonance that resembles mental illness, all to keep a failed and pathetic ideology alive. Collectivism in every form has failed and always leads to totalitarianism, misery, and death, 100-120 million to be more specific.
Take a look at this picture and ask yourself what kind of person would stage a photograph in front of a ruthless admitted murderer of Innocents, children, homosexuals, the disabled, Afro-cubans, and dissidents? Barack Obama your theorizing emasculated faculty lounge Marxist, who are the shares the same ideology and is in historical illiterate.
“To send men to the firing squad, judicial proof is unnecessary. These procedures are an archaic bourgeois detail. This is a revolution! And a revolutionary must become a cold killing machine motivated by pure hate.” – Che Guevara
I see no difference in a person who idolizes Mao Zedong, Joseph Stalin, Adolf Hitler, Pol Pot or Che Guevara.
Wait, why would Che be on that list? Well because he was a totalitarian mass murdering scum bag that’s why you twit. Granted he didn’t get a chance to kill as many people as the others but it’s not like he wouldn’t have if he could. He didn’t get the nickname “The Butcher of La Cabaña” for nothing. La Cabaña being Castro’s main political prison in case you didn’t know.
Here is the words spoken by Javier Arzuaga to Alvaro Vargas Llosa about La Cabaña and Che:
“there were about eight hundred prisoners in a space fit for no more than three hundred: former Batista military and police personnel, some journalists, a few businessmen and merchants. The revolutionary tribunal was made of militiamen. Che Guevara presided over the appellate court. He never overturned a sentence. I would visit those on death row at the galera de la muerte. A rumor went around that I hypnotized prisoners because many remained calm, so Che ordered that I be present at the executions. After I left in May, they executed many more, but I personally witnessed fifty-five executions. There was an American, Herman Marks, apparently a former convict. We called him “the butcher” because he enjoyed giving the order to shoot. I pleaded many times with Che on behalf of prisoners. I remember especially the case of Ariel Lima, a young boy. Che did not budge. Nor did Fidel, whom I visited. I became so traumatized that at the end of May 1959 I was ordered to leave the parish of Casa Blanca, where La Cabaña was located and where I had held Mass for three years. I went to Mexico for treatment. The day I left, Che told me we had both tried to bring one another to each other’s side and had failed. His last words were: “When we take our masks off, we will be enemies.”
Here is another fun fact about this little idol of Useful Idiots everywhere:
“Che set up the first forced labor camp, Guanahacabibes, in 1960. This camp was the precursor to the eventual systematic confinement, starting in 1965 in the province of Camagüey, of dissidents, homosexuals, AIDS victims, Catholics, Afro-Cuban priests, and other such scum, under the banner of Unidades Militares de Ayuda a la Producción, or Military Units to Help Production. Herded into buses and trucks, the “unfit” would be transported at gunpoint into concentration camps organized on the Guanahacabibes mold. Some would never return; others would be raped, beaten, or mutilated; and most would be traumatized for life, as Néstor Almendros’s wrenching documentary Improper Conduct showed the world a couple of decades ago.”
Yes Guanahacabibes was Cuba’s first gulag, isn’t that cute. He even executed children as young as 14. To say the least he was a nice person. He really was. So go on and wear that chic little Che shirt and be proud of yourself. Make movies idolizing him and win the accolades of your scum sucking peers in Hollywood. Never mind the trail of bodies this man left on two different continents.History and truth are irrelevant.
“Hatred as an element of struggle; unbending hatred for the enemy, which pushes a human being beyond his natural limitations, making him into an effective, violent, selective, and cold-blooded killing machine. This is what our soldiers must become … ” – Che Guevara