November 18, 2017

Ireland Honors Mass Murderer Che Guevara with Commemorative Stamp

The Irish government authorised the production of a stamp honouring the ‘Irish roots’ of Argentinian Marxist and mass murder Ernesto “Che” Guevara. Ireland’s mail service An Post produced the stamp to mark the 50th anniversary of the death of Guevara, which falls on Monday, October 9th, reports The Irish Times. Revealed Friday, the stamp’s cover […]

Terrorist Bill Ayres Eulogizes Terrorist Che Guevara on the 50th Anniversary of Che’s Death

“To us, Che was a symbol of boldness, intelligence, internationalism, self-sacrifice, solidarity and, as he said, “at the risk of appearing ridiculous,” love. Che rejected personal gain and privilege for the leaders in a struggle for a fair and just society; he lived as he asked others to live.”(Former Weatherman terrorist Bill Ayres, writing in […]

Speaking of Removing Statues of Racist Icons, What About Che Guevara?

Ché quickly became known for his ruthlessness and violence. (Mountain Travel) Rosario is Argentina’s second oldest city. Located by the Paraná river, it is the home of hard-working people, a busy port, the national flag memorial, and the country’s bitterest football rivalry between Rosario Central and Newell’s Old Boys. It is also the birthplace of […]

Che Guevara: Castro’s Executioner

THE FALSE ALLURE OF COMMUNISM People with a romanticized view of Che Guevara generally don’t know how much blood he had on his hands. In a letter to his father, Che wrote, “I really like killing.” Elsewhere, he proclaimed, “A revolutionary must become a cold killing machine motivated by pure hate.” A cold killing machine […]

Pope Francis gives a Mass in Cuba amidst a painting of Che Guevara and a statue of Jesus

On September 20, 2015, I was able to watch something unique (Online). Just a day after arriving in Cuba, Pope Francis gave a mass service at Revolution Square in Havana. As expected, the event made news around the world. The reason was obvious, it is rare to witness a mass delivered by the head of […]

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