“In terms of beauty Havana is only surpassed by Paris and Venice,” (E. Hemingway) Then came the Castros, Che Guevara and what today’s Democrats propose for America (and Hemingway himself proposed for the world)

“Castro’s revolution is very pure and beautiful. I’m encouraged by it. The Cuban people now have a decent chance for the first time. The people getting shot all deserve it.” (Ernest Hemingway, 1960)


“Hemingway knew full well what was going on behind the scenes of Castro and Che’s “pure and beautiful” revolution. Accounts of  “Papa” Hemingway’s eager presence at many of the Katyn-like massacres of untried Cubans comes courtesy of Hemingway’s own friend, the late George Plimpton (not exactly an “embittered right-wing Cuban exile”)  who worked as editor of the Paris Review, (not exactly a “Mc Carthyite  scandal sheet.”)

“They (Hemingway and his chums) got out, set up chairs and took out the drinks, as if they were going to watch the sunset. Soon, a truck arrived with the trussed up victims and the firing squads got busy as Hemingway sipped his Daiquiris…”



Full documentation for Hemingway as gleeful and drunken voyeur at Castro and Che’s mass-murders–along with full-documentation for his stint as a full-fledged KGB agent– provided here: 

Above: Hemingway with good chum Herbert Matthews of the New York Times, who I trust needs no introduction hereabouts. “Herbert Matthews is the person best qualified to write about Cuba.” (E. Hemingway, 1960.)