Longest Suffering Political Prisoner in Modern History of Hemisphere Dies in Miami. Media Silent.

Tall Timbers

Imperfect but forgiven
“I’m going to personally execute you!” (A furious Che Guevara to a captive 25-year-old freedom-fighter Roberto Martin-Perez, June 1959 in Havana’s La Cabana prison.)

“Go ahead and shoot me! After all, I came back to Cuba to SHOOT YOU! Seems fair! So go ahead!” (Roberto Martin-Perez’s reply to the blustering Che Guevara.)

“Don’t shoot! I’m Che! I’m worth more to you alive than dead!” (A fully armed Che Guevara upon encountering a Bolivian soldier, Oct. 8, 1967.)

Hollywood produced movies celebrating the courage of only one of the above. Moving along:

One was a dope-fiend and convicted criminal who held a gun against and threatened to murder a helpless woman while his dope-fiend criminal chums bludgeoned her—all the while ransacking and robbing her home and threatening to murder her husband and child. The Democrat-Media complex has been hailing him almost non-stop for a year and even a few monuments have gone up in his honor.

The other valiantly stood up to the hemisphere’s top terrorists and mass-murderers—the terrorists whose lifelong obsession was the destruction of the U.S. and who came a whisker from achieving this dream with nuclear missiles—then he suffered the longest term of political prison and torture (28 years) rather than recant his principles and thus renounce his principles as a freedom-fighter. He lived as a legal resident in the U.S. for the past 34 years, campaigned for Republican presidential candidates and was even personally congratulated by Margaret Thatcher on one of her visits to the U.S.

So who became a hero to the Democrat-Media complex?

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