BREAKING: Barack Obama Lands in Cuba, Immediately Disgraces Himself
If it wasn't already clear, to you before, this photo should make one thing crystal clear to you:
My God. pic.twitter.com/rZYgnTi3dh— Comfortably Smug (@ComfortablySmug) March 21, 2016
Barack Obama is a national disgrace, unfit to be commander in chief of a nation built on the premise of human liberty. This photo will no doubt make the half baked, radical left-wing nitwits who love him swoon, but it's an insult to those who fought and died to end the scourge of global communism.
For those of you who don't know, the image he's posing in front of is that of Che Guevara, Fidel Castro's right hand man. Today he graces hipster t-shirts. What was so bad about Che? As Jay Nordlinger outlined in National Review:
The fog of time and the strength of anti-anti-Communism have obscured the real Che. Who was he? He was an Argentinian revolutionary who served as Castro’s primary thug. He was especially infamous for presiding over summary executions at La Cabana, the fortress that was his abattoir. He liked to administer the coup de grace, the bullet to the back of the neck. And he loved to parade people past El Paredon, the reddened wall against which so many innocents were killed. Furthermore, he established the labor-camp system in which countless citizens–dissidents, democrats, artists, homosexuals–would suffer and die. This is the Cuban gulag. A Cuban-American writer, Humberto Fontova, described Guevara as “a combination of Beria and Himmler.” Anthony Daniels once quipped, “The difference between [Guevara] and Pol Pot was that [the former] never studied in Paris.”
Today, Guevara is immortalized by Hollywood, atrocious left-wing college professors, and people like Bernie Sanders who say things like "communism is great in theory." We at AAN like to remember him as he was in his moment of death: a begging, left-wing failure and a coward. As Felix Rodriguez notes in recounting Che's capture and death:
As two Bolivian Rangers leveled their weapons at him, Guevara dropped his own fully functional rifle, with a near full magazine, and begged, “Don’t shoot! Don’t shoot! I am Che Guevara and I am worth more to you alive than dead!” As his small guerilla force was being decimated below, in the very trap he had led them into, Guevara’s only concern was for himself as he continued to plead with the Bolivian Rangers not to kill him.
Guevara, who singlehandedly murdered many innocent Cubans for crimes like political dissent and property ownership, was put down like a cowering dog. It was a major victory for those who celebrate human liberty, and provided a small measure of justice for Cubans who have suffered under the regime built by Castro and Guevara. Those of us who love freedom and understand the horrors visited upon the world recognize what a monster this man was, and that the world is a better place without him. President Obama apparently disagrees.