The Trump Beheading Statue of Liberty artist also draws Che Guevara. (In fact, his work is hailed and exhibited by the Castro regime–Tremendo ÑANGARA!)

In case you hadn’t heard, the instantly famous portrait of Trump beheading the Statue of liberty (top left)  which recently appeared on the cover of Der Speigel was drawn by a Cuban-American refugee named Edel Rodriguez, whose family  fled to the U.S. on the Mariel boatlift. The portrait above right is also by Edel Rodriguez.

The pic on the left shows how this “Cuban refugee” depicts the freely elected president of the free nation that made it possible for Rodriguez to live freely and prosper financially.

The one on the  right shows how Rodriguez  depicts the co-founder of the mass-murdering totalitarian regime that drove his desperate family–along with millions of other Cubans– to risk their lives to escape it, and that brought the world closest to nuclear war–and who boasted that: “If the nuclear missiles had remained, we would have fired them against the very heart of the U.S., including New York. The victory of socialism is well worth millions of atomic victims.” (Che Guevara to Sam Russell of The London Daily Worker, November 1962.) 

Above please see other examples of how this “Cuban refugee” depicts the freely elected president of the free nation that made it possible for Rodriguez to live freely and prosper financially. Note the “warmonger, blowing up the world!” and  “hatemonger!” theme to the Rodriguez’ drawnings.)

The portraits  above are also by Edel Rodiguez. The man on the left qualifies as the biggest mass-murderer in human history. The one on the right –also a mass-murderer–boasted that :

Hatred as the central element of our struggle!…Hatred that is intransigent….Hatred so violent that it propels a human being beyond his natural limitations, making him violent and cold- blooded killing machine…We reject any peaceful approach. Violence is inevitable. To establish Socialism rivers of blood must flow!

But gosh? From the portraits above, it certainly does not appear that Edel Rodriguez can work up the same animosity towards mass-murdering, war-mongering communists as he can for freely-elected president of the free nation that made it possible for him to live freely and prosper financially.

Well, you will be very sursprised to learn that Edel Rodriguez’ artwork is very popular with the Castro regime. In fact, Edel Rodriguez (a frequent visitor to the Castro-Family-Fiefdom) seems immensely proud that the Castro regime recently showcased his art-work in Havana. More specifically, Rodriguez’ artwork was hailed and showcased by the propaganda arm of the Castro regime known as “Casa de las Americas.” 

In 1983 a high-ranking Cuban Intelligence officer named Jesus Perez Mendez defected to the U.S. and spilled his guts to the FBI. Among his spillings we encounter the following:

“The Cuban DGI [Directorio General de Inteligencia, Castro’s KGB-trained Secret service] controls Casa de las Americas.”

 

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“Humberto Fontova’s book teaches us truths about Castro’s island that are very discomfiting for many intellectuals.” Ana Botella (Spain’s former First Lady while giving a book reading in Madrid, upon “Fidel; HFT” release in Spain)

“Even here in Poland many people were duped into believing the myth of Che Guevara. After reading Fontova’s excellent book, they will have have no excuse.” (Tomaz Pompowski, Polska Times,–division of The London Times– Warsaw, Poland)

 

“Humberto’s book is a very valuable book–a book badly needed around the world.” (Former Chairwoman of the House Committee on Foreign Relations Ileana Ros-Lehtinen R. Fl)

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“Le RRRONCA!!!”

1 thought on “The Trump Beheading Statue of Liberty artist also draws Che Guevara. (In fact, his work is hailed and exhibited by the Castro regime–Tremendo ÑANGARA!)”

  1. Humberto, you ignorant slut. You don’t understand these art things. Just think Shepard Fairey, OK? The Che and Mao images are obviously ironic, you see. I’m sure Yoani Sánchez would understand perfectly. As for this guy’s Castro regime, I mean Cuba, connections, that’s just, you know, cultural exchange. Really, you intransigent exile types are so paranoid. No wonder the New York Times wouldn’t be caught dead reviewing one of your books.

    As usual, vamos bien.

    Is there no end to our indignity? Lord have mercy.

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