Che Guevara’s Death Anniversary–52 years ago today

Actually Che’s famous plea/whimper (Don’t Shoot! I’m Che! I’m worth more to you live than dead!”) was on the day of his capture, Oct 8th, 1967.

“Now you don’t talk so loud!–now you don’t seem so proud,” (say the Bolivian soldiers who defeated, captured and killed him.)

Fifty-two years ago today, Ernesto “Che” Guevara got a major dose of his own medicine. Without trial he was declared a murderer, stood against a wall and shot. If the saying “What goes around comes around” ever fit, it’s here. For many the questions remains: how did such an incurable doofus, SADIST and  epic idiot attain such iconic status?

“The answer is that this psychotic and thoroughly unimposing vagrant named Ernesto Guevara de la Serna y Lynch (who was NOT a medical doctor, btw–NO EVIDENCE EXISTS of Ernesto Guevara’s medical degree) had the magnificent fortune of linking up with modern history’s top press agent, Fidel Castro, who — from the New York Times’ Herbert Matthews in 1957, through CBS’ Ed Murrow in 1959 to CBS’ Dan Rather, to ABC’s Barbara Walters, to NBC’s Andrea Mitchell more recently — always had the mainstream media anxiously scurrying to his every beck and call and eating out of his hand like trained pigeons. (Much MUCH more here.)

“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)

“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.)




2 thoughts on “Che Guevara’s Death Anniversary–52 years ago today”

  1. “Che” really believed he was a superior being with the absolute truth in his hand, which is why he was so frank (as in the UN) and so relatively reckless (his “adventures” in Africa and Bolivia). Fidel would NEVER have taken such risks to life and limb and never did; he only played at it from a safe distance. Also, Fidel never believed in Marxist BS, only used it, but Guevara DID believe it, like a religious fanatic. Naturally, if you’re delusional about both yourself and your “religion,” it’s not going to end well.

  2. Imagine the stench of the dead Che, considering he already smelled bad alive. He himself spoke of his “pestecita,” and even back in his student days in Argentina, he was known as “chancho” (which is equivalent to what Cubans would call “cochino”). But he didn’t mind the nickname (unlike Fidel, who hated being known as “Bola de Churre”), no doubt because he was so full of himself that he figured his “pestecita” was as good as Chanel No. 5.

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