Ernesto “Che” Guevara
Communist Revolutionary, Murderer,
Homophobe, Racist, Pedophile and Rapist
Why is this important: Many people on the far left in the United States and other
countries, see Guevara as a defender of the poor and a revolutionary fighting for freedom and people’s rights.
Today one can find Guevara t-shirts in stores and
online for purchase. Let’s set the record straight.
Born: June 14, 1928
Death: October 9, 1967, Guevara was captured on October 8, 1967, by CIA trained Bolivian military forces and executed the same day.
Guevara was attempting to bring a Cuban style Communist evolution to Bolivia.
Guevara saw death as a necessity for revolution, showing no regard for human life.
Guevara referred to gay men as sexual perverts and took great pleasure in torturing and murdering them.
Guevara murdered with his own hand at least 216 people during the Castro’s revolution between 1957-59.
Guevara help start the first Cuban concentration camp in Guanahacabibes in 1960.
The first of many under Castro. The camps adopted the Auschwitz motto “Work Will Set You Free” Anyone who committed a crime against revolutionary
communist morals were sent there. Most of the prisoners were tortured, raped, and murdered.
Guevara was a racist stating “Africans had maintained their racial purity because of their “lack of affinity with bathing;” an ironic statement given his notoriously poor personal hygiene. He also said: “The black is indolent and a dreamer; spending his meager wage on frivolity or drink.”
Guevara had sex with underaged girls and treated women like possessions. and objects to be used as his own slaves.
Guevara was a medic in Fidel Castro’s Revolutionary army.
Guevara NEVER held a medical degree.
Ernesto “Che” Guevara was not a freedom fighter. Backed by the Soviet Union, He fought for communist revolution which allowed Fidel Castro to come to power.
Guevara spread the revolution to Bolivia until his capture in October of 1967. Guevara is not to be revered or honored. He was a criminal and murderer. Beware
of the motives of those who honor him. The merit of Marx is that he suddenly produces a qualitative change in the history of social thought.
“He interprets history, understands its dynamic, predicts the future, but in addition to predicting it
(which would satisfy his scientific obligation), he expresses a revolutionary concept: the world must
not only be interpreted, it must be transformed. Man ceases to be the slave and tool of his
environment and converts himself into the architect of his own destiny.”
— Che Guevara, Notes for the Study of the Ideology of the Cuban, October 1960
Guevara’s Bolivian Diaries
Wall Street Journal
Against All hope: A memoir of Life in Castro’s Gulag – Armando Valladares
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Schneiders “Setting the Record Straight” #1001