Che Guevara – the only kind of good Commie

| October 9, 2018

From his first meeting with Fidel Castro in Mexico in 1955 to his death in the Bolivian Andes in 1967, Ché Guevara’s revolutionary career spanned little more than a decade. Yet the handsome young face, gaze set firmly on the future, has lived on through generations. In today’s imagination Ché remains a mythical, romantic hero — an uncompromising revolutionary, selfless, dedicated, incorruptible, ready to die for his beliefs.

Anti-American, Pro-Communist
At age 26, Guevara arrived in Mexico. He had spent five weeks in Bolivia and nine months in Guatemala, where he witnessed the overthrow of reformist president Jacobo Arbenz by a CIA-backed military coup. The event forever fixed his hatred of the United States. By then he was a convinced Marxist, and ardent admirer of the Soviet Union. Married to a Guatemalan woman, Hilda Galea, he intended to name his first son Vladimir. He had decided to join the ranks of the Communist Party, “somewhere in the world.” But despite his lofty ideals, Ché was little more than a drifter, a wandering photographer, an underpaid medical researcher — a rebel in search of a cause.

Death of a Revolutionary
The Bolivian Rangers captured Ché Guevara on October 8, 1967, at a ravine called El Yuro. The next day he was executed. His body was photographed on a stone slab in a small hut for the whole world to see. On October 12, an American State Department analysis of Ché’s death predicted, “Guevara will be eulogized as the model revolutionary who met a heroic death.”


The only good Commie is a Dead Commie.

Category: Darwin Awards, Dumbass Bullshit, General Whackos

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  1. Arby says:

    Happy Dead Che day!

  2. AW1Ed says:

    A murdering psychopath who died a coward’s death. AMF, Che.
    no che day

  3. RGR 4-78 says:

    Ben and Jerry’s should do a new flavor.

    Red is Dead Che Cherry.

  4. 2/17 Air Cav says:

    For an American to admire Guevara (I recall a campaign worker of then-candidate Red Line having a poster of Guevara on her wall) is akin to admiring Jeffrey Dahmer for his culinary expertise.

    • Remember the college kids wearing those che and mao tee shirts away back when.

      • Old 1SG, US Army (retired) says:

        Way back when? How about today? There are plenty of yardbirds and snowflakes that run around with “political” T-shirts with the likes of these so called social justice heroes on them.

        Nothing revolutionary about them… they’re just revolting!

        Remember some of these cold war slogans…

        “The only good commie is a dead commie”

        “Red is Dead”

        Put that on a T-shirt with a picture of Marx, Che Guevara, or Mao with a big red slash through it and see what kind of reaction you’ll get…

        The snowflakes and libturds will have a field day with that! You know we can’t even refer to the likes of MS13 gang members as “animals” because it migh hurt someone’s feelings…

        • Herbert J Messkit says:

          There used to be a t shirt available online with the same iconic Che picture, but the words “Murdering commie bastard”.

          • Nucsnipe says:

            Blackfive had a shirt with a slash across cue and the slogan ” Don’t be a dou-che”. Still got mine liked to wear it around downtown Seattle, when i worked over there.

          • NHSparky says:

            The one of him with the caption, “MUERTO” always gives me a chuckle.

  5. Ex-PH2 says:

    The only good Che is a dead Che.

    It was a shame it took so long.

  6. ex-OS2 says:

    Don’t fear the commie!

  7. Combat Historian says:

    For lunch, I’ll drink a toast to the Bolivian Army Rangers who (with the assistance of US advisors) finally took out this commie loon…Rangers Lead the Way!

    • Tony180A says:

      Kudos to the ODA from 8th Special Forces Group. Rest well Maj Ralph Pappy Shelton job well done.

      Bad shit happens when you occupy the patrol base longer than 24 hours or occupy the same patrol base twice.

  8. HMCS(FMF) ret says:

    I wonder if our former resident “socialist” is running around Bezerkeley today with his ratty old Che shirt screaming “Power to the People”?

  9. OldSoldier54 says:

    Hopefully, this bloody-handed murderer was bent over next to Hitler and fitted for an extra-large pineapple.

  10. Sapper3307 says:

    Any word on our commi LT from Fort Drum?

  11. 26Limabeans says:

    I wish he could rise from the dead so we could beat him with a shovel. Then hang him. Make it a yearly ritual.

  12. A Proud Infidel®™️ says:

    Happy Good Riddance to Che Day, y’all!!!

    • The Other Whitey says:

      I think I’ll eat some capitalist fast food to commemorate the asshole’s just demise. I’ll also make sure to face north each time I fart today, so that the assgas is sent towards Che’s carcass.

  13. The Other Whitey says:

    A psychotic, sadistic, genocidal, flamboyantly-racist mass-murderer…but he took a cool picture, so he’s somehow a hero to idiots all over America.

    Wasn’t he also a rapist?

  14. Ex-PH2 says:

    Per this pdf, Che Guevara liked to torture animals, among other things. Real sterling character, he was.

    Those “trials” were simply accusatory sessions, no jury, no defense allowed – just read off the list, imaginary offenses at all, then execute the prisoner for existing.

  15. Roh-Dog says:

    That article doesn’t mention how the douche oversaw the execution of gays…
    The love affair the left has with this turd is mystifying to the nth.

  16. Mr. Pete says:


  17. Jon The Mechanic says:

    Today is also my annual reminder that there is a woman who, for some reason, puts up with my obnoxious ass.

    This is the 8th celebration of that day.