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New York Honors Che Guevara with a Statue

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New York Honors Che Guevara with a Statue

Mensaje por freedom of expression el Mar Nov 25, 2008 11:19 pm

By Humberto Fontova

On Friday November 21st, while strolling through Central Park's Doris C. Freedman Plaza, Commentary Magazine's online editor Abe Greenwald
noticed a statue and did a double take. "Is that...Che Guevara?"

There was no mistaking it: a statue of "El Che" by German artist,
Christian Jankowski. Upon investigating the matter, Abe Greenwald
learned that, "the sculpture is not intended to depict Che Guevara,"
but rather a street performer from Barcelona's Las Ramblas who idolizes
Che Guevara and makes a living mimimg him. "Which I'm sure makes all
the difference in the world to the families of Che's victims," Mr
Greenwald wisely adds. " There's no mistaking who that statue

Most New Yorkers seem unaware that but for the grace of God thousands of them would have been Che's victims too.

"If the missiles had remained (in Cuba),We would have used them against the very heart of the U.S., including New York City. The victory of Socialism is well worth millions of atomic victims."
- Ernesto 'Che" Guevara, November 1962.

a monument to Hideki Tojo at the Arizona memorial in Pearl Harbor.
Imagine one to Luftwaffe Chief, Herman Goering in London's Hyde Park.
Heck, imagine one to Osama bin Laden in New York. In the fall of 1962
only Khrushchev's prudence and the FBI's competence saved New York from
a Che-instigated murder toll that would have dwarfed Pearl Harbor's,
London's during the Blitz , and 9/11's -- combined. The planning and
will for the fiery mass-murder of thousands of New Yorkers were
certainly there, only the means were foiled at the last minute. Morally
speaking, this leaves the man honored in Central Park's Doris C.
Freedman Plaza (from Nov. 20th 2008 till May 2009) culpable of crimes bin Laden envisions only in his sweetest dreams.

U.S. is the great enemy of mankind!" raved Ernesto "Che" Guevara in
1961. "Against those hyenas there is no option but extermination. We
will bring the war to the imperialist enemies' very home, to his places
of work and recreation. The imperialist enemy must feel like a hunted
animal wherever he moves. Thus we'll destroy him! We must keep our
hatred against them [the U.S.] alive and fan it to paroxysms!"

to Che Guevara, Ahmadinejad sounds like the Dalai Lama. After his
'whoopin 'hollerin reception at the U.N.'s General Assembly in December
1964, New York society's reception for Che Guevara -- with cocktail
parties at "Bobo" Rockefeller's Manhattan suite and softball interview
on Meet the Press -- shamed the sorry treatment accorded Ahmadinejad on
his visit last year. If only Ahmadinejad had planned to incinerate his
hosts (then boasted about it) he might have gotten a much warmer
reception in New York. 40 years later he might even get a statue.

Nov. 17, 1962, J. Edgar Hoover's FBI discovered that Che Guevara's
bombast had substance. They infiltrated and cracked a plot by Cuban
agents that targeted Macy's, Gimbel's, Bloomingdale's and Manhattan's
Grand Central Terminal with a dozen incendiary devices and 500 kilos of
TNT. The holocaust was set to go off the following week, on the day
after Thanksgiving. Che Guevara was the head of Cuba's "Foreign
Liberation Department" at the time.

little perspective: for their March 2004 Madrid subway blasts, all 10
of them, that killed and maimed almost 2000 people, AL-Qaida used a
grand total of 100 kilos of TNT. Castro and Che's agents planned to set
off five times that explosive power in the three biggest department
stores on earth, all packed to suffocation and pulsing with holiday
cheer on the year's biggest shopping day. Thousands of New Yorkers,
including women and children, actually -- given the date and targets --
probably mostly women and children, were to be incinerated and entombed.

agents for this Manhattan Thanksgiving bomb plot were members of the
Cuban mission to the United Nations working in concert with members of
the Fair Play For Cuba Committee, an outfit that became much better
known a year later when member Lee Harvey Oswald really racked up some headlines.

at the time of the Manhattan terror plot, the Fair Play For Cuba
Committee also included among its members, CBS correspondent Robert
Taber, (an early version of Dan Rather who conducted Castro's first
network television soft-soaping on Aug. 30, 1957) along with The Nation
magazine co-owner Alan Sagner. In 1996 President Clinton appointed the
obviously unbiased Alan Sagner head of the head of the scrupulously
even-handed Corporation for Public Broadcasting, at a time the FBI had
long outed The Fair Play for Cuba Committee as a Castro-funded front

Alan Sagner, even with his impeccable Clintonista and Castroite
pedigree, remains unrecruited by Obama? But it's early yet. Give him

and Che planned their Manhattan holocaust short weeks after Nikita
Khrushchev had foiled their plans for an even bigger one. "Say hello to
my little friends!" they dreamt of yelling at the Yankee "hyenas" in
October of 1962, right before the mushroom clouds. But for the prudence
of the Butcher of Budapest (Nikita Khrushchev) they might have pulled
it off. Guevara's quote at the head of this article is ample proof. Che
thought he was speaking off-the-record to Sam Russell of Britain's
Daily Worker's at the time.

the diligent work of Camelot court scribes and their ever-eager
acolytes in the MSM, publishing and Hollywood, Nikita Khrushchev
himself makes hash of their Camelot boosterism. The Butcher of Budapest
admitted that Fidel and Che's genocidal fantasy was a much bigger
factor in his decision to yank the missiles from Cuba than Kennedy's
utterly bogus bluster, threats and "blockade," during those famous
"Thirteen Days."

don't misinterpret Che Guevara's bluster with actual competence, much
less courage. His stock in trade was the mass-murder of defenseless men
and boys -- bound and gagged is how he demanded his victims. On Oct. 8
1967, upon finally encountering armed and determined enemies, Che
quickly dropped his fully-loaded weapons and whimpered: "Don't Shoot!
I'm Che! I'm worth more to you alive than dead!"

Guevara's regime also shattered, through executions, jailings, mass
larceny and exile, virtually every family on the island of Cuba.

opponents of the Cuban regime qualify as the longest-suffering
political prisoners in modern history, having suffered prison camps,
forced labor and torture chambers for a period three times as long in
Che Guevara's Gulag as Alexander Solzhenytzin suffered in Stalin's
Gulag. But please, please, please don't bother looking for any History
Channel, NPR, or 20/20 interviews with these heroes. They were victims
of the left's premier poster boys, you see.

regime Che Guevara co-founded stole the savings and property of 6.4
million citizens, made refugees of 20 percent of the population from a
nation formerly deluged with immigrants and whose citizens had achieved
a higher standard of living than those residing in half of Europe.

Under Che Guevara's rule "change," indeed came to Cuba.

Americans," snickered Brazilian president Janio Quadros in 1961 as he
watched Castro and Che make monkeys of Camelot by setting up a Soviet
regime 90 miles from U.S. shores, "are just like women. They have a
masochistic streak. The more you slap them around, the more you get out
of them." (Ladies please! I'm quoting a famously eccentric and long-dead Brazilian President. The sentiment is not mine!)

mistook Camelot's "Best and Brightest" for Americans in general. But he
certainly nailed New York's Council for the Arts and the Bloomberg
team. Had the wishes of the man commemorated in that Central Park
statue prevailed, Central Park itself might still be radioactive, and
the charred remains of many Central Park frolickers (not to mention
Doris C Freedman, many members of the New York Arts Council, and
perhaps Michael Bloomberg himself) would all fit in a milk carton.

Photo credit: Jose Reyes of

Humberto Fontova is the author of four books including Exposing the Real Che Guevara. Visit

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