Che Guevara - The Executioner in Chief of Fidel Castro

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A man born on 14th June 1928, whose existence and deeds will be felt for the centuries, Che Guevara, in the world of humanity, a beast with the lust for human blood and a demon in the body of a man. When today humanity remembers him, let’s remember what he did, what was the revolution he brought about and what the people of Cuba went through because of a ‘mad mass murderer.’

The idea of revolution or the mass murder was initially given by Karl Marx, who insisted that revolution is necessary for the betterment of society and history has told us how those revolutions started and what has been the outcome of such revolutions. Starting from the death of thousands in the Russian revolution to the death of hundreds of thousands due to COVID-19 pandemic, the communist revolution has done their part quite well in achieving what they wanted i.e. genocide of humanity.

Life of Che Guevara

Che Guevara, who after his death, was proclaimed as the heir apparent of the communist legacy has some of the most barbaric crimes in his name. The Cuban revolution, which is given as one the accomplishment of the Che Guevara, was one of the bloodiest times in the history of Modern Cuba. Today, when people came out on the streets against the heir apparent of the Cuban revolution, the Cuban communist party, even the Indian communist party came out in their support.

On October 8, The U.S.-military-backed Bolivian forces captured Guevara, while battling his band of guerillas in Bolivia and executed him On October 9, 1967. He was 39 when he was killed by the Bolivian army as his hands were cut off as proof of death and his body was buried in an unmarked grave. In 1997, Guevara’s body remains were found again and sent back to Cuba, where they were reburied and a ceremony was organised which was attended by President Fidel Castro and thousands of Cubans.

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Che Guevara- The Mass Murderer

Several prisoners who survived the La Cabaña death camp recall one dark evening when a 14-year-old boy was thrown into their holding cell. The boy had unsuccessfully tried to defend his father from Guevara’s assassins. Guards came and dragged the boy out of the holding cell. Che Guevara ordered the boy to kneel down, put his pistol to the back of the boy’s neck and fired. Such is the bravery of Che Guevara.

The man who did not like bathing in water but did numerous blood baths was also known for his envy for Indians, which in fact is quite emphasised from his quote, “Mexicans are a rabble of illiterate Indians.” His disregard for human life, which in his version of the story he wanted to make better, was worse than Adolf Hitler, leader of Nazi Germany. In a very dramatic way, he also met Indian Prime Minister JL Nehru once. 

Communism and Che Guevara

Cuba, which saw streams of blood, had nothing to do with communism or democracy or any such ideology until two people supported by the USA(Fulgencio Batista) and USSR(Fidel Castro) started fighting and put Cuba in the middle of the bloody battle, which cost hundreds of thousands of lives. Che Guevara, the original Maoist, brainwashed thousands of people and pushed them towards death by showing them daydreams of a beautiful future, which never actually became a reality for them. 

Helpless by their habit, the left ecosystem has always glorified the mass murderers, be it Lenin, Stalin, Mao, Fidel Castro or Che Guevara, but history and the survivors do the justice to the monsters that existed. The champion in the game of mass murders, Che Guevara, lost once and the only thing that was discovered later was a body with bullets. 

The man who showed people a dream of an educated society, not to forget that he did achieve the education promise, gave them a future of darkness with Fidel Castro. His legacy of blood bath later continued where dissent was crushed and free speech was merely a joke. History sometimes teaches what not to do and of the various examples of how a leader should not be, some of the most important ones are religious fanaticism, ideologues and intolerance of criticism. 

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