CHE – SANCTIFICATION OF A KILLER
Some 40 years ago, visiting a very highly educated university professor with strong leftist leaning as most of “academics” have and I cannot understand why, I was surprised to see in his “powder room” a huge poster of infamous Ernesto “Che” Guevara. In that time, an intense propaganda in favour of communist terrorists like Castro, Che , ejusdem farinae was in a full force due to financial help of former Soviet Union. After the fall of that failed “social experiment” which left behind a hecatombs of victims, I hoped that so called intellectuals will realise their fallacy knowing that they were duped by an insidious propaganda.
I was wrong. The ignorance and ineptitude of these academics doesn’t have any limits. This month of October, on 9th, the leftists propaganda “celebrated the 50th anniversary of the death of Guevara, still considered a “revolutionary leader” in lieu of a psychotic serial killer. He is an epitome of what Stalin stated: killing one is a crime; killing thousands is statistics.
Guevara was a creator of statistics. Although educated with a title of medical doctor, therefore under the rules of Hippocrates oath, he became a sort of poster boy of Castro’s killing machine. Of the 25 executions by the Rebel Army during the fight against Batista that Cuba Archive has documented, at least 6 were at Che’s hand or ordered by him. From January 1 to 3, 1959, Che executed, or left orders to execute, 25 people in Santa Clara. On 3 January, Fidel Castro appointed him commander of La Cabaña prison in Havana and supreme judge of the revolutionary tribunals. In the short period in which he was in charge of La Cabaña (from January 4 to November 26, 1959), at least 73 people were executed without basic legal guarantees and the great majority without their crimes having been proven. Che not only commanded La Cabaña, but was also the judge in charge of all appeals. At the United Nations in New York on 11 December 1964, he made his famous declaration: “Executions, yes we have executed, we are executing and we will continue to execute as long as necessary.” What is less legendary, but more shocking, is that he was in favor of unleashing nuclear war to “build a better world,”
He was not a killer but proud to be a killer. He even wrote to his own father that, “My nostrils dilate while savoring the acrid odor of gunpowder and blood…I’d like to confess, Papa, at that moment I discovered that I really like killing” And international community accepted him.! Nelson Mandela referred to him as: “An inspiration for every human being who loves freedom ” What a shame for our “civilized “ society!
The real number of Che’s victims may never be known. In addition to those he may have killed in Cuba and who are still unknown, many others died in the guerrilla revolts he led in the Congo and Bolivia, as well as other violent actions he led in Latin America. The Black Book on Communism cites a total of 14,000 executions by the end of the 1960s. Che was quoted in 1962 by the editor of the RevolucÍon, Carlos Franqui, as saying “We executed many people by firing squad without knowing if they were fully guilty. At times, the Revolution cannot stop to conduct much investigation.” Today’s so called “journalists” infested by leftist propaganda and dreaming of socialism, ought to recall what their beloved Che said : we must eliminate all the newspapers. We cannot make a revolution with a free press.
Somebody wrote very aptly: “So before you jump on the pop-culture bandwagon and purchase your Che Guevara t-shirt and other Che paraphernalia, understand who he was and what he REALLY stood for: hatred, intolerance, and mass murder.” What is the difference between a drug dealer and mass murderer like Escobar of Columbia (his “anniversary” is coming on December 2nd) and Che Guevara? The difference is in statistics. At least Escobar, besides of killing, he helped some poor people at the beginning of his career.
Guevara never did anything human. He was an antihuman.
To celebrate him or his death is disgusting and immoral.
Johannes de Silentio