Che Guevara’s widow channels The New Yorker writer Jon Lee Anderson ( or is it the other way around?) claiming Che Guevara’s mass-murders were “a legitimate act of justice.”


“I have yet to find a single credible source pointing to a case where Che Guevara executed ‘an innocent’… The (53 Cubans executed on Che’s orders) were all torturers and murderers of women and children. “He (Che Guevara) studied the evidence in each case (of the “53” executions) with methodical care. ” (New Yorker Magazine staff writer Jon Lee Anderson in his biography of Che Guevara which he wrote while living in totalitarian Cuba and in conjunction with dictator Fidel Castro and his KGB-founded and mentored propaganda ministry.) 

“Che Guevara’s executions were a legitimate act of revolutionary justice.” (Aleida Guevara, Che Guevara’s widow and “director of KGB-founded and mentored Castro regime’s Che Guevara Studies Center”)

Current The New Yorker writer and New York Times contributor Jon Lee Anderson wrote his “biography” (Castro-regime/KGB rubber-stamped hagiography) of Che Guevara while living in Cuba with the eager support of the totalitarian, KGB-founded and mentored Castro regime.

New York Times contributor Jon Lee Anderson boasts that Che Guevara’s widow Aleida (a high-ranking apparatchik of the totalitarian/KGB-founded Castro-regime, in fact “director of the Che Guevara Studies Center”) was among his most invaluable and eager collaborators in “researching” his “biography.”

Yet none of the above seems to faze the mainstream media and mainstream “historians” in the slightest regarding the “book’s” impartiality or veracity. In fact, the History Channel itself went so far as to base a “documentary” on Anderson’s blatant (but lengthy) KGB-mentored propaganda pamphlet on Che Guevara.

“I read Fontova’s book on Che Guevara in two sittings– I could not put it down.”  (Radio and Fox News superstar Mark “The Great One” Levin.)

As thoroughly documented in this BLOCKBUSTER (!!!) and INTERNATIONALLY-ACCLAIMED(!!!) book, Che Guevara was assigned a KGB handler (Nikolai Leonov) as early as 1956. In fact, when Che was arrested in Mexico city in 1956, Mexican police found Leonov’s contact information in Che’s wallet!

In his book “Disinformation,” the Soviet bloc’s highest ranking intelligence defector Ion Pacepa reveals the KGB’s “Operation Che,” where the glorification of the “Heroic Guerrilla!” was a KGB-brainstormed, planned and financed  operation. In fact, the Cuban who took the famous Che photo (Alberto “Korda”–Alberto Gutierrez actually) was already a KGB stringer when he snapped it!

The above incongruities regarding Che Guevara’s “biography”–especially the biographer’s (who contributes to the New York Times and The New Yorker)  KGB-mentored primary sources are especially fascinating in light of the current Democrat/Media (especially New York Times and The New Yorker)  hysteria over anything tainted by “Russian-collusion.” No?

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  1. She betrayed Cuba by marrying him and playing the official game to this day, which has been her meal ticket all that time, same as for her bovine daughter. I suppose she may be cretinous enough to believe all the lies, like her very stupid-looking daughter, but they are both deeply disgraceful, albeit completely insignificant. More grist for the shame mill, that’s all.

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