Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Death cult of Che: lest we forget

In the National Post today is an indispensable article about Che Guevara, who was found murdered in a Bolivian ditch.  Justice prevails, eventually. 

Seems Uncle Che of T-shirt and coffee mug fame has a few skeletons in his closet, historically speaking.  A couple thousand, possibly.  In English the Leftspeak term "Marxist Revolutionary" means "serial killer."  Che Guevara made Jeffrey Dahmer look good. Certainly he had a far higher body count.

However my favorite quote is this one, regarding the Cuban Missile Crisis.  I remember that time, even as a 5 year old it made an impression on me.  People acted very oddly for no apparent reason.  This is one of the reasons why:

Just after the Cuban missile crisis ended -- with Khrushchev reneging on the promise made to Guevara and negotiating a deal with the United States behind Castro's back -- Guevara told a British communist daily: "If the rockets had remained, we would have used them all and directed them against the very heart of the United States, including New York, in our defence against aggression."

Pretty much lays out the Leftist plan for humanity right there.  Ruin and death on the widest possible scale.

So the next time you see some callow youth wearing a Che Guevara t-shirt, remind him/her/it of what Uncle Che had planned for their parents and grandparents, lest they forget.

The Phantom of Remembrance

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