Che Guevara’s Regime Still Murdering the Young and the Defenseless

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Last week the regime co-founded by Che Guevara (worldwide icon of youthful rebellion) murdered a young defenseless political prisoner named Wilman Villar for the crime of “disrespect to authorities.”

So 53 years into Cuban Stalinism we’re at about 100,000 Cuban deaths at the hands of the regime and counting.  (All of this 90 miles from U.S. shores, while Havana swarms with mainstream media press bureaus and Hollywood producers, by the way.)

“The Cuban regime is a callous band of murderers that once again has blood on its hands,” said Senator Marco Rubio in a bi-partisan Senate Resolution passed on Jan. 26 in Villar’s honor. “Once again, we are reminded of the unintended but negative consequences of this administration’s loosened travel and remittance policies [to Cuba]. They help deliver more hard currency to the Castro regime, making it easier for them to brutalize and even murder the Cuban people.”

Last November 30-year-old Wilman Villar was peacefully protesting Cuban Stalinism near his home in Eastern Cuba in a sort of “Occupy Santiago de Cuba.” But this protest was more peaceful, less messy and completely devoid of Che Guevara iconography. You’ll notice that this last peculiarity is a historic trademark of people cursed by fate to have actually experienced the handiwork of Che Guevara.

Within minutes of the protest’s commencement the KGB- and STASI-trained police that props up the regime co-founded by Che Guevara swarmed in with billy-clubs and arrested all protestors. None of this newsworthy drama was captured by the mainstream media folks, by the way.  And I repeat: Cuba teems with mainstream press bureaus that report every bruise or hangnail among the prisoners in Guantanamo.

In a New York Times article on the 30th anniversary of Che’s death, Christopher Hitchens rationalized his (not-so) youthful romance with the Stalinist war-monger and mass-murderer (who became an icon of anti-war and anti-death-penalty groups) by claiming that, “Che was no hypocrite.”  In fact, Che’s monumental hypocrisy—from stealing Cuba’s most luxurious mansion, to whimpering to the New York Times in 1959 that he felt “pained” to be wrongly branded a “Communist”—has been amply documented. But in this case, at least, the late Hitchens has a point:

“Youth must refrain from ungrateful questioning of governmental mandates!” raved Che Guevara in a famous speech in 1961. “The very spirit of rebellion is reprehensible!” commanded this icon of flower children. “Instead the young must dedicate themselves to study, work and military service.”

Youth, wrote Guevara, “should learn to think and act as a mass.” Those who “chose their own path” (as in growing long hair and listening to Yankee-imperialist rock & roll) were denounced as worthless “delinquents,” and herded into forced labor camps at Soviet bayonet-point.  In a famous speech Che Guevara even vowed, “to make individualism disappear from Cuba!  It is criminal to think of individuals!” he raved.

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  • Anamah

    Miserables comunistas. Son todos unos mal paridos.

    • PhillipGaley

      Yes, and USA could be such a great nation, except for the many instances of standing by and watching these killer types breathe free air and death—free air in, and death out, . . .

  • davarino

    Oh but Cuba has such great health care, plus they get to drive around those cool cars from the 50's. Sides, Sean Penn says Cuba is a great place. I wonder why all the hollywood types dont live there?

    Castro must be a vampire

    • jacob

      Sir :

      I wonder why do people here have such a wonderment of the so called
      "CELEBRITIES" plain braying, as besides their acting, they are usually
      as dumb as a black painted burned out light bulb….
      As to this SEAN PENN, did you know that both he and DANNY GLOVER
      are the Venezuelan dictator HUGO CHAVEZ bossom buddies ????
      And thatOLIVER STONE has gotten millions from him to make a film
      extolling the "accomplishments" of his ROBOLUTION..??????.
      And as to CUBA, well, we all know what descended on its people on Jan
      1959…
      What I will never be ablo to understand, is why all the US govmts. since,
      have allowed this cancer to fester…
      CASTRO has been 50 plus years in power and an abject, rotten media
      still has the gall to call him "PRESIDENT" ?????
      GIVE ME A BREAK.

  • Freedom Fighter

    Yes, Che was a murdering fool, but his legacy still lives because of useful idiots, Leftist Hollywood elites, and the dangerous liberal press. I would not walk across the street to see Sean Penn or Danny Glover unless it was to slap their stupid faces. It just tells me what these vermin are. Che had nothing to do with justice or freedom. He was simply a psycopath who was able to seize power for power's sake, nothing more, nothing less. And he is still being enabled in death by people who are of the same ilk. Americans who love real freedom are foolish to support any actor, writer, or educator who supports communist murderers. They should be cut off where it hurts….in their bank accounts and their celebrity…..with these tools they spread the evil philosophy that is socialism and tyranny……Sean Penn and Danny Glover would be the first to be lined up against a wall (Che's method) and shot. Che would have been the man to order it, or he might have done it himself as he was wont to do….What dangerous fools these people are……

  • BS77

    whenever you see someone wearing a Che t shirt, you know you are in the presence of an idiot. most folks have no idea how awful Che really was.

  • mrbean

    Thank John F Kennedy for his sealed "Hands Off Cuba" agreement with Khruschev in 1962 for all the Cuban victims of Communism. Yes blame John F. Kennedy for Cuba deaths. Nikita Khruschev got exactly what he wanted from a weak President who talked a good fight but behind the scenes was very weak. Because of Kennedy's weakness, the Berlin wall got built and the "Hand Off Cuba" agreement was signed and asealed for 100 years establishing a permanent Communist regime only 90 miles from Florida. Just think, had Kennedy not betrayed the Cuban freedom fighters at the Bay of Pigs none of these yjousands of deaths would have happened. That is the Kennedy legacy to Cubans.

  • Ghostwriter

    I hope the Castro regime disappears. It's a horrible regime that deserves to be overthrown. A shame it wasn't done long ago.

  • Deepak Sharma

    Typical American/Cuban-American attitude….for rest of the world he’s a hero…..Che Guevara was one of the greatest and true human of our time….He stood up to Americans and threw the corrupt Cubans out of the country ..he went to Congo to help the Africans while USA at the same time was racially abusing the African Americans ….Nelson Mandela was inspired by Che…even he was called a terrorist by the CIA …grow up kids and understand nobody likes USA…all you have done in the name of restoring democracy is installing proxy govts. in various nations for economic gains..try to read some unbiased books on world history and u ppl will get to know how evil ur govt. Is…..Just take it as an advice from a Guy from India….

    • MarxistHypocrisy101

      I'm sure we're all real ashamed to be talked down to by a mass murder-fetishizing moron who worships the same totalitarian dogma that killed 100 million people and enslaved many more.

  • Ian Beddowes

    Long Live Free Cuba! Long Live Fidel Catro! Long Live Raul Castro! long Live the memory of Che Ernesto Guevara de la Serna. cuba is the only country in Latin America with no child malnutrition. It has a higher life expectancy than the USA and a lower infant mortality rate. Cuba has free education from creche to university and argably the best free health service in the world. Anybody wishing to destroy this achievment deserves to be punished.