At Academy Awards Mexican Actor (Gael Garcia-Bernal ) Who Idolizes Che Guevara Denounced President Trump

“Mexicans are mostly a rabble of illiterate Indians.” (Che Guevara, 1956.)




(Fun exercise: see if you can identify who is sitting at the head of the table in the painting above by a Chicano artist   titled “Chicano Heroes.” The mural is one of the proudest displays of Stanford U’s “Centro Chicano.”)

“As a Mexican, as a Latin American, as a migrant worker, as a human being, I am against any form of wall that wants to separate us.” (Mexican actor Gael Garcia Bernal, Academy Awards.)

By the way, this same Mexican actor idolizes the co-founder of a regime whose “wall” killed twenty times as many desperate people as the Berlin Wall.

The Mexican actor Gael Garcia-Bernal has played his Stalinist, racist, terror-sponsoring, mass-murdering idol twice thus far. Once in the Showtime movie Fidel in 2002 then in Robert Redford’s Motorcycle Diaries in 2004.

“This movie (The Motorcycle Diaries) not only pays tribute to Ernesto, but pays tribute to every Latin American who has struggled,” says Bernal. “Latin Americas are who they are because of Che Guevara.”

“I read Humberto Fontova’s book in two sittings. I couldn’t put it down!” ( Mark Levin on Exposing the Real Che Guevara.)

“Humberto’s a pretty cool guy!” (Dennis Miller)




2 thoughts on “At Academy Awards Mexican Actor (Gael Garcia-Bernal ) Who Idolizes Che Guevara Denounced President Trump”

  1. Just another lousy Latrine, and very small potatoes, too small to merit further comment, which would be superfluous anyway–he could hardly be more obvious (or generic). I don’t have time for some pretentious Bronson Pinchot lookalike, let alone a Mexican one.

    As for the mural, talk about blasphemy, not to mention classic Latrine kitsch. How can anyone (and not just Cubans) even begin to respect such puerile perversity or those behind it? Lord have mercy.

  2. I really don’t want to beat what strikes me as a very dead horse, not to say a stinking carcass, but if Chicanos are so race-proud and everything, why would they make an arrogant white Argentine, who considered “people of color” (including brown) clearly beneath him, the central and leading figure in a purported Chicano pantheon? I mean, WTF? Like I’ve said, how can anybody take such people seriously when they make fools of themselves even when they try to honor their own? Talk about ludicrous “magical realism.” And you think I’m going to wear the intrinsically bogus “Latino” label which was invented by the French, for crying out loud? I mean, please, get that shit out of my face.

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