On This Date in History: Mass-murdering, communist psychopath Che Guevara is executed in Bolivia

The Cuban people and the entire world became better off on this day in 1967 when Bolivian soldiers put an end to Che Guevara and his racist, homophobic, and deadly reign of socialist terror in Latin America.

Notes from the Cuban Exile Quarter has more on Guevara’s capture and death HERE.

You can also read the truth about Che Guevara and his human rights atrocities in Humberto Fontova’s meticulously researched and informative book, Exposing the Real Che Guevara: And the Useful Idiots Who Idolize Him.

1 thought on “On This Date in History: Mass-murdering, communist psychopath Che Guevara is executed in Bolivia”

  1. As highly as he thought of himself, he was merely Fidel’s tool, not to say bitch, and when he outlived his usefulness, he was essentially discarded. Of course, once dead and suitable for martyr worship, he became more useful than he’d ever been alive. His only “virtue” was that, apparently, he actually believed in the noxious BS he espoused–quite unlike Fidel, who never believed in anything except his own “greatness.”

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