History.com should call Che an “incompetent revolutionary”!
Let me thank Carlos Eire, Jorge Ponce, Alberto de la Cruz & Humberto Fontova for posting about the end of Che on this day in 1967.
It's good for the young people to read these posts and get the truth about Che.
The myth of Che is alive and well.
Check out how History.com covered the events of this day: Professional revolutionary "Che" Guevara is executed in Bolivia
"Despite Che's death more than 30 years ago, his face is still familiar to millions around the world, adorning T-shirts, key chains, and posters. He is also a constant presence in Cuba, with his image painted on walls and buildings around the nation. Many compelling films have been made about the life of Che, including the 2004 Oscar-winning film The Motorcycle Diaries."
Professional revolutionary means what?
By any "professional standard", Che was a complete failure.
His Bolivian experience failed miserably
He died a frustrated man. He was saved by a left wing machine determined to turn a failure into a professional revolutionary, or a symbol of something that he never was.
Che never stood for justice, human rights or freedom. He stood for the exact opposite.
In the end, it was the peasants he was trying to convert who turned him in. These peasants were not in the mood for "liberation messages" from a white guy who spoke with an Argentine accent.
"No Che Day" is a great day for those of us who know the truth and love freedom!