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Admirers of cult heroes seldom know the real life story of their hero, and the real life story of the communist revolutionary Ernesto “Che” Guevara is not well known by his admirers.

What Communism Really Looks Like

Che has become a symbol for anti-establishment rebellion against the abuse of power. The truth is the real Guevara was a mass-murderer with little to no regard for human life. He was personally responsible for taking countless lives often without sufficient or just reason.

To Guevara death was a necessity for revolution. His orders consisted of five words: “If in doubt, kill him.” Suspicion was all that was needed to end a human life.

In a speech at the Sierra Maestra, Guevara admitted, “We executed many people by firing squad without knowing if they were guilty. At times, the Revolution cannot stop to conduct much investigation; it has the obligation to triumph.”

Guevara interrogated a 17-year-old boy who was a soldier in Batista’s army. The boy begged Guevara not to kill him.

“I haven’t killed anyone. I just arrived here. My mother is a widow, and I am an only child. I joined the Army for the salary, to send it to her monthly. Don’t kill me, don’t kill me,” the boy pleaded.

Guevara responded with, “Why not?” then tied him down next a newly dug grave and shot him in the head.

Those T-shirts bearing Guevara’s likeness should have inscribed above Che’s image: “I wear a Che T-shirt, and I don’t know why.”

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Islam is the rod of the Lord our God’s wrath. If the Pope is not overcome, it’s not unreasonable to fear that Islam will not be overcome either.

The fight against the papacy and Islam must begin with repentance. Protestant thinking must be reformed, or the fight is over before it begins.

Protestants must be taught Reformation history to know what Protestantism is, what it’s become, and where it’s headed.

Protestant pastors should drive their flocks to repentance by showing them their great and numerous sins and marble-hearted ingratitude.

Protestants have earned God’s wrath and disfavor; therefore, He is more than justified in putting them into the hands of the Pope and Islam.

“This day, I trust, the reign of political protestantism will commence.”—Samuel Adams, upon signing the Declaration of Independence

I.M. Kane

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