The Washington Post (Slyly) Eulogizes Che Guevara

Townhall | 1/18/2020 | Staff
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'WOW!' probably gushes the typical WaPo reader. 'Che Guevara sure was brave, selfless and heroic!'

“In his memoir, Mr. Villegas wrote that Guevara could have escaped the army encirclement but was never inclined to retreat,” continues the WaPo eulogy.

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'GOSH!' probably gushes the typical WaPo reader. 'Che Guevara made Davy Crockett at the Alamo look like a WUSS!'

“When he last saw Guevara, he described his commandant as exhausted, wounded and bootless — but unbowed. “There was never a single moment when Che lost control, enthusiasm or complete confidence in victory,” he wrote. “The day he was captured, he was analyzing how to get out of the zone and find another part of Bolivian territory to continue the struggle.”

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'OMG!' gasps the by-now hyperventilating WaPo reader. 'Compared to Che Guevara, 101st commander Anthony Mc Auliffe whimpered like a little chump during the Battle of The Bulge!'

But here’s the problem, amigos:

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For their obituary of a lifelong apparatchik of a totalitarian regime, Harry ‘Pombo” Villegas, (i.e. for their roundabout eulogy of Che Guevara) The Washington Post’s sources consist of the totalitarian regime’s KGB-founded and mentored media, along with New Yorker Magazine staff writer Jon Lee Anderson, who wrote his biography of Che Guevara while living in totalitarian Cuba and in conjunction with dictator Fidel Castro and his KGB-founded and mentored propaganda ministry.

So nary a WaPo reader gets an inkling that, in fact, according to sources living in free countries and who were actually on the scene of Che Guevara’s capture: On his second to last day alive and under hot pursuit by Green Beret-trained Bolivian soldiers, Che Guevara ordered his guerrilla charges to give no quarter, to fight to the last breath and to the last bullet.

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