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    1. bobos americanos. Compared with all american gulf war vietnam war killers che was a hero. He prevented that you fucking capitalists continue stealing cuban resources enslaving inocent people.

      1. Parkrainer, the thousands of Cubans, men, women and children brutally murdered by this piece of crap would beg to differ with you. The communists are every bit as capitalist those of us in the free West, with the (big) exception being the commies securing that wealth (capital) to a very limited cadre of party apparatchiks as history shows us. It’s one of the biggest myths of all time, that communists hate capital, they sure as hell don’t, they love it, it’s just that they don’t want anyone else except themselves to enjoy it who remain outside the sphere of political influence. You’re actually for the aristocracy through a different but somewhat similar means.

        1. The Cuban judged by him were murderers too. If you want to compare crimes you will never reach to anywhere, try to think about the benefits of some acts.
          Do you think that people in Cuba would have been more lucky if the revolution wouldn’t have been successful. I don’t think so.
          America is today a great country but it was expensive for the rest of the world. It’s costs included some countries freedom and people’s lives. for example; USA plagued south and central america with dictatorships in the 80’s (condor plan), if you investigate about that you will notice that Che Guevara only stopped your country’s crimes.
          That’s why many people consider him a hero and they are not ignorant or stupid. the ignorant are you and you’r friends.

          1. they weren’t children. They were only traitors to the cause. they were murderers too.

          2. big claims by Historical revisionists needs to be backed up by even greater facts.

            https://www.conservapedia.com/Fidel_Castro#Death_and_purported_sightings

            The estimated number of deaths attributable to the Castro regime varies according to different sources—but not by much. The number of named, documented victims (with 2 or more sources) established by recent scholarship is 86,000, excluding an estimated minimum[44] of 16,282 deaths in war and combat, for a conservative total of 112,000.[45] R.J. Rummel, in his book Statistics of Democide estimates a range of 35-141,000 killed, which may underestimate the full toll by as much as 50%, since it only covers the years 1959-87.[46] The most comprehensive survey, by Armando Lago, puts the total at 116,730-119,730 killed.[47] The majority (85,000) of these deaths were caused by drowning; the firing squads account for some 30,000. Adding combat deaths to his calculations, we arrive at a total of some 136,000 Cubans killed by the Castro regime. Little effort has been made to calculate boat people deaths in recent years. Cuban exiles claim that as many as 200,000 have been murdered altogether.[48] The death toll from Cuban interventions abroad can be numbered in the hundreds of thousands.

            https://www.therealcuba.com/MurderedbyChe.htm

            The real Guevara was a reckless bourgeois adrenaline-junkie seeking a place in history as a liberator of the oppressed. But this fanatic’s vehicle of “liberation” was Stalinism, named for Soviet dictator Josef Stalin, murderer of well over 20 million of his own people. As one of Castro’s top lieutenants, Che helped steer Cuba’s revolutionary regime in a radically repressive direction. Soon after overthrowing Batista, Guevara choreographed the executions of hundreds of Batista officials without any fair trials. He thought nothing of summarily executing even fellow guerrillas suspected of disloyalty and shot one himself with no due process.

            Che was a purist political fanatic who saw everything in stark black and white. Therefore he vociferously opposed freedoms of religion, speech, press, assembly, protest, or any other rights not completely consistent with his North Korean-style communism. How many rock music-loving teens sporting Guevara t-shirts today know their hero supported Cuba’s 1960s’ repression of the genre? How many homosexual fans know he had gays jailed?

  1. I want one of those useful idiot shirts. Where can I get one?

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