Ernesto Che Guevara, a revolutionary who was murdered in 1967 has become the poster boy of the international communists following his unfortunate death. Che has since been the undisputed idol of all spoiled leftists rich kids who think of themselves as the ‘rebels’ of the affluent, gated Athenian suburbs. From the ageing communist party to the adolescent anarchists, Che represents a cool and trendy image of rebellion for the Marxist stooges. With their Che shirts, banners and berets, a number of deviants, including homosexuals, Marxist millionaires and drug users, parade Che around as the champion of their leftist struggles and ideas.
The truth is that the real Che Guevera would probably have nothing but contempt for the entire generation of decadent leftist who think of themselves as revolutionaries. While Che was not a Nationalist, he was however a true revolutionary unlike the leftists of today who are merely tools of the global capitalists.
Che, who was firmly against homosexuality, offered a draft to Fidel Castro in April 1960 which outlined concentration camps as necessary for political opponents and gays. When Syriza leader Alex Tsipras (who considers himself an idol of Che and went as far as to name his first son after him) was confronted in an interview by a gay magazine about “homophobic” Che, Tsipras did was he does best and avoided the question.
In addition to his homophobia, the inspiration leftist Che would also be known as ‘racist’ in this day and age. He described Mexicans as a 'band of illiterate Indians’ and was quoted about his suspicion in dealing with an obviously Jewish mayor; “Our first target was the mayor, a certain Cohen, who we were told was Jewish but a good sort; there was no doubt he was Jewish, the problem was finding out if he was a good sort”. Regarding blacks, Che argue “The blacks, those magnificent examples of the African race who have maintained their racial purity thanks to their lack of an affinity with bathing”, and "The black is indolent and a dreamer; spending his meagre wage on frivolity or drink; the European has a tradition of work and saving, which has pursued him as far as this corner of America and drives him to advance himself, even independently of his own individual aspirations."
Before giving our opinion, it is important for our readers to understand that the beloved Argentine revolutionary has become an undisputed inspiration for the likes of Tspiras, the leftist mass media and thousands of spoiled Greek rich kids who fancy themselves as anarchists. If Che was alive today, and expressed his views openly in Greece, he would be branded a ‘dangerous Golden Dawner’ by the anti-fascist leftist, and in all likelihood Che would be trialled under the latest anti-racist bill for his ‘hate’ speech.
It is obvious that the leftists who praise Che are nothing but ignorant to their idol. Che’s motto ‘Fatherland or death’ most certainly would be considered nothing but patriarchal and nationalistic chauvinism in the eyes of the decadent Bolsheviks.