As a Cuban American I am insulted when I see the image of Ernesto “Che” Guevara. To us Cuban Americans he is what the Nazis are to Jews and the KKK are to African Americans. He was to Castro what Himmler was to Hitler. A cold blooded murder.
I hope that I can educate at least one person on who the real Che Guevara was. Che was a White Supremest, Murderer, Homophobic, Coward. I wouldn’t be surprised if he was influenced by the Nazis that went to Argentina after they were defeated in WWII. As many as 5,000 SS Officers and Nazi Party members were thought to have gone to Argentina after the fall of the Third Reich.
Murder and Executioner
Che Guevara was Castro’s chief executioner presiding over La Cabana prison. Che’s policy of killing innocent people gave him the nickname the Butcher of La Cabana. Yet, too many he is an idol. Che was quoted saying “In times of doubt you must execute them.”
This is one of Guevara’s famous quotes, “We reject any peaceful approach. Violence is inevitable. To establish socialism, rivers of blood must flow.” Che wrote a letter to his father and stated, “I’d like to confess, at that moment I discovered that I really like killing.”
Che was a monstrous murderer and fanatical communist ideologue. He ruthlessly ordered the execution of thousands of prisoners in Cuba without a fair trial. Cuban journalist Luis Ortega, who knew Che since 1954, wrote in his book “Yo Soy El Che!” (I am Che) that Guevara sent 1,897 men to their death by firing squad.
Felix Rodriguez is a Cuban-American CIA operative who tracked Guevara down in Bolivia and was the last person to question him. Rodriguez said that Che during his final talk, admitted to “a couple thousand” executions. But he shrugged them off as all being of “imperialist spies and CIA agents.”
Karma: Che Pleads for his Life and is Executed
Felix also stated how Che pleaded for his life like a coward. Che told him he was worth more alive than dead. As a Cuban-American I am proud to say that there was a Cuban-American involved in tracking and capturing this murderous communist. Karma Strikes Guevara. On October 9, 1967, Guevara age 39 was given a taste of his own medicine by the the U.S. military backed Bolivian forces. Guevara was executed!
Photo Of The Coward Pleading For His Life. This He Look Like A Brave Hero As Hollywood and the Left Portrait Him?
Is this a coincidence or what? The most feared man in Hitler’s National Socialism Party Adolph Eichmann fled to Argentina Che’s hometown. While living there he was captured by the MASSAD and executed on May 31, 1962 in Israel. That was just 5 years before Guevara was executed in Bolivia by the Bolivian military. Both white supremest murdering monsters got what they deserved.
The World Glorifies A White Supremest, Murderer, Homophobic, Coward
Che Guevara hated America and anything related to America which included rock music. Left wing politicians, Hollywood elites, the media, athletes and musicians idolize him and have glorified him. As well as most Latin American countries.
I was speaking to a friend that came to the U.S.A. from Mexico. He told me that he use to think that Che was a great man. That his father and most Mexican glorify him. He told me that not until he moved to Miami did he hear the truth about Che and the horrors of communism from the Cuban Americans.
Recently I was speaking to one of my Argentinian student and friend. He told me that he doesn’t understand how Latin American countries and even here in the U.S.A. they glorify Che. He said that in Argentina he is not such a big deal as he is in the rest of Latin America and that he is not glorified.
My Father’s Encounter with Che
I have many stories to tell you some passed on to me by my father, Julio Cesar Anta who knew Guevara, some by friends and research I’ve done of the real Che Guevara. My father knew the Castro brothers and Che. I want to tell you the truth and clear the lies of the Hollywood movies, books, celebrities and media that glorify him as an idealist and hero. I also have many stories of how myself, friends and family have confronted the communist/socialist who praise, glorify and spread the lies of Che Guevara.
When my father was working at a rice mills moving rice bags in Bayamo, Oriente, Cuba he ran into Che, Fidel, Raul and who knows what other communist. They were running from Batista’s men. He hid them. When Batista’s men came asking if he had seen them he said no. He regretted doing that since he later found out that Che and Fidel were communist. He felt that hiding Che and the Castro brothers was one of the biggest mistakes of his life. My dad was always anti-communist. His father was sent to Cuba from Spain at around 16 years old because the communist were trying to kill him. You can read more about this on this blog’s article "Fooled by Communism/Socialism"
My Father Witness Che Coward in Sierra Maestra Mountains
My dad was driving his jeep in Bayamo when Ernesto “Che” Guevara, Fidel Castro, Raul Castro, and their men told him that they needed his jeep and took him to Sierra Maestra Mountains. Not complying would be considered treason and he could have been put in jail or shot in front of a firing squad.
They took my dad for days to the mountains and my mom had no idea what had happen to him. While in the mountains my father had to taste Fidel Castro’s food just in case one of his men was trying to poison him.
He told me that they heard a sound from far that could have been a gun shot. Yet, he didn’t think it was a gun shots. Fidel and Che hid under a table. Raul who was peeing with his penis hanging from his fly pulled out his gun and started looking to see were the possible shots came from. Yet, while Raul was prepared to do battle Fidel and Che hid like cowards. Che the mass murderer that executed people himself and ordered firing squads without trials coward as usual.
My Glorifying Che in Punta Cana Encounter
In August 2012 I was in a resort in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. There was a show that we went to honoring hispanic music and musicians. They started naming Spanish musicians and singers. When they got to Argentina someone in the crowed screams out Che Guevara. The MC in agreement says Che Guevara. I screamed out murdering, communist coward. Some one in the crowd yelled yes. Others clapped. The MC replies yes, he is correct. My wife wasn’t too happy with my remarks. As I was walking out I had a few people shake my hand in gratitude.
People of Color and Celebrities Idolize The White Supremest Murderer
Che Guevara was a white supremacist. Argentinean born of European decent (Spanish and Irish decent). Fidel Castro and just about all of his top officials in Cuba after the Cuban Revolution were white of European decent.
I don’t understand how people of color and celebrities such Jay Z, Colin Kaepernick, and Carlos Santana glorify and wear Che Guevara T-shirts. Jay Z and Beyonce went to Cuba praising Che and the revolution. Jesse Jackson while visiting with Fidel Castro on a visit to Havana in 1984 screamed out “Viva Che!” Could Jackson an American Civil Rights Activist who was a candidate for the democratic presidential nomination in 1984 and 1988 be that ignorant. Or maybe due to his pro-communist/socialist views he seems to over look the fact that Che was a white supremest racist.
Even Prince Harry was photographed wearing a Che t-shirt in his younger years. What do you expect this is the same guy that dressed as a Nazi for Halloween. It’s ironic that he sympathized with Che and Nazis, yet married a woman of color and mixed race.
New York Governor De Blasio quoted Che in Miami when he was running for the democratic president nomination. “Hasta la victoria, siempre.’” which translates to ‘Ever on to victory!’ which was a mantra for Guevara. This guy couldn’t be brightest. How can you quote a communist in Miami a city with a huge population of Cubans and Cuban-Americans.
Che Abuses Dog
While fighting in the Sierra Maestra he finds a sick dog and adopts it. He claimed that he loved the puppy. Latter while hiding from Batista’s men the puppy started whimpering so Che broke the puppies neck. This is the so call hero glorified by communist, socialist, numerous countries around the world and the left in America.
Hollywood Glorifies Che
Numerous Hollywood movies glorify Che by mentioning him in a positive way or showing the hero’s wearing Che T-shirts. Here are 2 that I saw this last year.
Watching The Amazon Prime series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel they gave positive recognition to Che in the same scene that they spoke negative of Stalin. Ironically Che and Stalin both were murderers and had the same ideology of communism. In the Netflix series The Handmaids Tale they they also praised Che.
Hollywood made a movie glamorizing the racist, murdering, terrorist Ernesto “Che” Guevara. The movie “Che” starred Benicio Del Torro.
Guevara’s Hate and mistreatment of Blacks
Che wrote in his diary “the black is indolent and a dreamer, spending his meager wage on frivolity or drink, the European has a tradition of work and saving.” He also called black Venezuelans "examples of the African race who have maintained their racial purity thanks to their lack of an affinity with bathing.” He literally was saying the blacks were dirty people and did not bathe. Ironic because he was known to smell due to not bathing.
Che sent to the firing squad many people that were members of Batista’s army, and these mostly were black and mulatto (mixed black with white). Batista himself was mulatto.”
Watching the documentary “Guevara: anatomia de un MITO” (Guevara: Anatomy of a MYTH) I found out that he had 2 nicknames given to him by Cubans that were part of
Castro’s Revolution. Cubans are known to joke, make fun of others, give nicknames especially if they have no respect for the person. His nicknames was Che. Some Argentines have the habit of ending their sentence with Che. I guess is like to some American saying bro. So Cubans gave him the nickname Che. To make fun of him. They also called him pig because he had a strong body odor. They said that the smelled like boiled liver. Many Cuban blacks that served under him in the Cuban revolution have stated how bad he treated the Afro-Cubans. Juan Almieda Bosque was a black Cuban and the original commanders the insurgent forces in the Cuban revolution. Che disrespected him by calling him El Negrito (little black boy). Juan was told to call Che the pig. This documentary Guevara: anotomia de un Mito is subtitled in english. I highly recommend it. You’ll see interviews with men that knew and served with Che.
While fighting with revolutionaries in the Congo he said "Given the prevailing lack of discipline, it would have been impossible to use Congolese machine-gunners to defend the base from air attack: they did not know how to handle their weapons and did not want to learn.”
Che executed himself a black17-year-old boy. the boy was a soldier in Batista’s army. The boy who had just joined the army pleaded for his life. He told Guevara I haven’t done anything or killed anyone, I just arrived here. My mother is a widow I joined the Army to support her. he pleaded don’t kill me. Che with a grin said, Why not? He tied the boy in front of his grave and murdered him by shooting him in the head.
Obama’s Campaign in Houston, Texas with Che/Cuban Flag
In 2008 a Cuban women named Maria Isabela, a precinct captain in Houston, Texas put up a cuban flag with Che Guevara’s image in Obama’s Campaign Headquarters. Obviously this woman born in Cuba had to be a communist. My question was why was she here and not in Cuba?
As soon as I heard of this I called the office as many other Cuban-Americans did. They would not put Maria Isabela on. I spoke to another woman. I told her how upset I was and how I felt as a Cuban-American. I told her that the symbol of Che was to me like the Jews feel about Hitler and African-Americans feel about the KKK.
Communism strives on lies and divisions. They divide people by utilizing and dividing people by race, social economic groups and religion. When Che and the Castro regime took over Cuba they claimed that Cuba was run by the Imperialist racist white Americans and rich white Cubans. Yet, Batista whose regime preceded Castro’s was mulato (mixed race black with white.)
My Brother Encounter With Che Wearing African-American
Many years ago, at least over 20 years ago my brother had job answering phone in a cubicle. He noticed an African-American co-worker sporting a Che t-shirt. My brother went up to him and told him hey I like your t-shirt. The man answered thank you I really admire him. My brother answers him yeah, tomorrow I’m wearing my KKK t-shirt. The man answered you’re crazy.
By the way my brother does not support the KKK or has a KKK t-shirt. He told him that as an example on how Cuban-Americans feel about Che. He then explained it to him.
Che Puts Homosexuals In Force Labor Camps
Guevara created a system that put homosexuals in forced labor camps. In Cuba until recently homosexuality was a crime.
In the beginning of the Cuban revolution they closed down bodybuilding gyms because the Castro regime believed that bodybuilding was an American Imperialistic homosexual sport.
In the1980 Mariel Boat lift Castro to cleanse Cuba and get rid of the undesirables he emptied the prisons, the mental institutes and sent them to the USA along with Homosexuals. There are stories of straight people claiming to be gay to leave the horrors of communism.
I’m Insulted By Che T-shirts in Key West Store
This was many years ago. I’m walking in Duval Street in Key West. Duval Street is full of stores. As I look to my right I see a t-shirt store with numerous Che Guevara t-shirts. I’m staring at the store front in disbelief. When the clerk asked me to come and the store. I was so upset that all I could say as I kept walking was “I will not walk in to a store with the image of a murderer and a communist.” To my surprise the clerk an African-American had no problem working at a place that idolized a white supremest racist. I am that to this day he has no idea who the real Che Guevara was.
Che a Coward with Little Military Experience
In the video “ Guevara anatomy de un MITO” numerous of Castro’s men give testimonials on Che challenging other commanders in authority and military tactics. When these military commanders challenged him or told him where to go he always coward down. There are too many incidents to mention. You must watch that video for details.
Huber Matos Benitez a Cuban military leader who fought along Castro and Che claimed Che was Clueless in military strategies. Matos was the commander of the Army in the province of Camaguey. When Huber challenged Che with questions on a military strategy Che admitted that he did not know what to do.
By the accounts other men that fought alone the side of Castro and Che they said that Che had a big mouth yet was clueless in military strategies and would coward down when other commanders confronted him.
Che’s Capture from the website
Felix Rodriguez: The Man Who Took Down Che Guevara
While Guevara lacked the competence to adequately train or lead his doomed rebels, he had successfully engrained onto their impressionable psyches that they must never surrender. Che repeatedly urged his followers to “fight to the last breath” and to “save the last bullet” for themselves. When the Bolivian Rangers attacked them on October 8, 1967, that is exactly what his men did.
Despite being poorly equipped and led, Guevara’s men fought on in an impossible situation. As Guevara’s rebels courageously followed his directive to “fight to the last drop of blood” and while being mercilessly gunned down, Che made a run for it! Guevara simply bolted away from his men in the heat of battle. While his men bravely fought on, Guevara managed to climb out of the depression and dart out into the open. As two Bolivian Rangers leveled their weapons at him, Guevara dropped his own fully functional rifle, with a near full magazine, and begged, “Don’t shoot! Don’t shoot! I am Che Guevara and I am worth more to you alive than dead!” As his small guerrilla force was being decimated below, in the very trap he had led them into, Guevara’s only concern was for himself as he continued to plead with the Bolivian Rangers not to kill him.
Cuba Before Che and Castro
Cuba before the revolution and communist take over was a developed country.
Before the Cuban Revolution and communism Cuba was a nation with a higher per capita income than half of Europe. The Cuban peso was valued higher than the U.S. dollar. It had the 13th lowest infant-mortality rate in the entire world. Cuba had the eighth highest wages in the world for industrial workers.
Cuba had one of the highest literacy rate in Latin America and the Caribbean before the Communist take over. Cuba lead all countries in Latin America in life expectancy before the communist seized power in Cuba.
Cuba had a higher number of immigrants per-capita (mostly from European countries) than the U.S. Before Castro and Che took over and destroyed this tropical paradise. More Americans lived in Cuba than the Cubans that lived in America.
Cuba After the Revolution
Che, Castro and communism enslaved the people of Cuba. Cubans can not travel out of the country freely. They converted Cuba into a 3rd world country. Cubans risk their lives to leave. Many have drowned, killed by the Cuban government or are imprisoned for try to leave the island. More than one million people have fled Cuba since the Cuban Revolution.
Family Member Accounts of Cuba Today
I have family members that traveled to Cuba as Christian missionaries. They came back horrified with the treatment of the people and their experience. This is a small overview of their experience in communist Cuba.
They stayed with the pastor of the church, not where the luxurious hotels that the tourist go today. They arrived in Cuba with money from the church in the U.S. to buy food, yet it took them a few days to finally find a chicken to eat. People are starving in Cuba while the government officials live great.
When the revolution started just like all communist countries religion was abolished. Today, they allow religion yet christians are mistreated and censured.
The hospitals do not have sheets, pillows or blankets. There is no toilet paper in hospitals. You have to bring your own sheets and toilet paper. There is no medication for the people of Cuba.
None Communist/None Socialist Cubans Detest Che
As I said before to most Cuban-Americans that communism took all of their possessions and many have family members executed or imprison by Che and Castro we are insulted when we see someone praising Che or wearing his image.
There was a remake of “One Day at a Time.” It’s about a Cuban Family living in California staring Rita Moreno. Rita is not Cuban yet does the best job of portraying a Cuban-American as the rest of the cast doesn’t. I do not recommend it because it portraits Cuban-Americans as typical hispanics. All hispanics are different. It’s like making a series on Americans and portraying them as Jamaican or Australian and using phrases or Trinidad or England. One of the few scenes in the series that portrait the true Cuban-American experience was when a Canadian-American friend comes in wearing a Che T-shirt. They show the entire family freaking out.
Firearm instructor in Mexico Art Gallery
I remember many years ago doing a tactical pistol shooting course and the instructor saying “I wish I had Che Guevara targets.” I told him of my incident in Punta Cana and he told me this story.
He was at an Art Gallery in Mexico. He went in and the salesman asked him where he was from. The firearm instructor answered Cuban. The salesman told him I have something that you are going to love. He took him to a huge painting of Che Guevara. The instructor told him with a smile I would love it. Do you have anymore? The instructor continued saying so I can use it for target practice to shoot that murdering coward. Imagine how shocked the Mexican was.
Mexico and Latin America's Love For Che
My father had many encounters with the communist/socialist in Mexico. He had warned me about their love for Castro and Che. Yet, I also have had my encounters in Mexico with the socialist mindset praising Castro. When I went to Mexico on a cruise and was asked were are you from I said American. Yet, the Mexican said originally because you speak Spanish. I said Cuban. He started praising Castro and I lost it. All hell broke loss. But that’s another story.
Most of Latin America and liberal Americans idolized Che. I understand the Latin American countries that hate America. Yet, I can’t understand the Americans that idolize him. Especially people of color. Che was not just a racist but a white suprematist.
I hope this article opens at least one persons mind of the truth of the real Che Guevara. Che was a White Supremest, Murderer, Homophobic, Animal Abuser, Communist, Coward. Not what Latin America, the media and Hollywood portrait him as.