|Che Guevara, murderer, psychotic and an example of the world's worst scum available|
How many times have you witnessed these cretins showing this flag or poster, under the guise that that murderous lunatic is some level of hero. Someone to look up to and respect. How many times have you seen those left winged lunatics display that murdering psychotic as being some type of revolutionary, when in actual fact that murdering psychopathic cretin is responsible for hundreds of murders that this lunatic committed.
I wonder what it would take for those cretins to actually realise that they are promoting the least person on this planet who would stand for democracy, or honour or dignity. It would definitely not be this murdering lunatic by the name of Che Guevara.
There is no one on this planet that would represent those clowns in a worse nature. Yet, they continually drag out that mudrdering scum's name and poster whenevr they protect. I am off the opinion that those people are so completely blinded by their own level of stupidity and indoctrinated to such a degree as to not even have any idea of what it is they are promoting. That goes for their inane protest as well.
They want to destroy anything and everything and have absolutely nothing to replace it. Nothing else to do the job and they would be the last ones to sit in the dark or volunteer to have their power disconected or wire their own homes, if they have one, to run on batteries or solar or that stupid wind power. They just complain for the sake of complaining. Morons, the whole lot of em!
Andrew Bolt July 04 2012 (11:35am)
Japanese protesters invoke Che Guevara in demanding Japan keeps its nuclear reactors shut.
Che? No sense of history, these Leftists:
Waxing sentimental on his own role in the infamous Caban Missile Crisis, Castro revealed to former Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara in 1992: “Of course I knew the missiles were nuclear-armed. That’s precisely why I urged Khrushchev to launch them. And of course Cuba would have been utterly destroyed in the exchange.”
Castro was not alone in his longing for a nuclear conflagration…
“If the missiles had remained, we would have fired them against the very heart of the U.S., including New York. “Fidel Castro has excellent reason to bask in the fond memory of impending nuclear war. Waxing sentimental on his own role in the infamous Cuban Missile Crisis, Castro revealed to former Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara in 1992: “Of course I knew the missiles were nuclear-armed. That’s precisely why I urged Khrushchev to launch them. And of course Cuba would have been utterly destroyed in the exchange.” “The victory of socialism is well worth millions of atomic victims">The victory of socialism is well worth millions of atomic victims.” (Che Guevara, November 1962.)