To the idle rich who can afford to fantasise about such things as a Workers' Paradise, Che Guevara is something of a God. His image is emblazoned upon many t-shirts worn by those who would shudder at the prospect of ever doing a real days work. The legacy of Guevara and the man who had him killed, Fidel Castro, is the island of Cuba. What is the reality of the country so beloved of leftist students and wealthy rebels?
Cuba is a land of abject poverty. The country is heavily subsidised by the tourist industry, without which it would collapse entirely. Was it not for the golden beaches and clear seas which draw people to what should be an island paradise, the people of Cuba would not be able to feed themselves. The level of poverty in the country is such that the people barely eat enough food as it is.
To travel in Cuba is an experience which all who sport Che Guevara t-shirts should be encouraged to have. The road system is dangerous during the day, and practically lethal at night. This is not due to bad driving, but to desperate people rushing up to moving cars, to sell anything they have managed to come by. The capital, Havana, is a wasteland, with no shops worth speaking of, and with derelict buildings everywhere. The only sign of 'culture' is the museum celebrating the Revolution. Nothing is repaired, so when houses decay, they are abandoned. Beggars are everywhere. The country is safe enough, due to the strict discipline of the State; but it is a safety comparable to the feudal deference of the serfs to their masters.
In Cuba, the sanitation is substandard, and the water is unfit to drink. The electricity supply is erratic, as one would expect of a country which really should be considered a part of the Third World. The only thing that is comparable to the West, is the availability of Education, which is free and compulsory. Needless to say, the 'education' takes the form of indoctrination into the established orthodoxy. Just as in the West, the orthodoxy is international materialism, although in Cuba it takes the Communist rather than Capitalist form; each of which is equally bankrupt. The Cuban system inculcates in the people the idea that they are fortunate to live as they do, and that the ideology of the rulers is for their benefit of everyone. Truly Big Brother loves them.
As the materialistic ideology spreads across the globe, the conditions in Cuba will spread. Cuba does not have the sweatshop economy of China, but the poverty is the same. Cuba does not have the military might of the USA to destroy other nations in order to steal their resources. What Cuba does have is the same mentality of blind obedience and devotion to the Ruling Class. Fidel Castro is regarded in much the same way as the Windsor mafia in the UK - both exploit the people and both are treated as higher beings by a mind-controlled public who will not waken to the reality that those who rule over them are their oppressors, not benefactors.
In many ways, Cuba represents the international order in microcosm. The poverty of the people on the one hand, sits side by side with the luxurious living of the rulers on the other. The ordinary Cubans could be compared to the Goyim as spoken of in the Protocols.
Do we want a world in which the ruling elite have everything, and we have nothing? Do we want a world in which everything is produced by slave labour, and is so poorly made that it falls to pieces almost instantly? Do we want a world in which our traditions have been replaced by blind obedience to the ruling power through their control of the media and education? Do we want a world in which anyone who resists the will of the elite is brutalised into submission? Do we want a world in which our food is contaminated, our environment is polluted, and our very ethnic identity is legislated our of existence?
If the answer is yes to all of the above questions, then we should proudly wear our Guevara shirts, because that is the world that we have, and it is the inevitable result of implementing the materialistic ideology he espoused. If the answer is no, then we had better do something about our plight before the control network is so rigid that we become as the people of Cuba - downtrodden slaves who cannot think of any higher ideal than mere survival. We no longer live in a world in which such nightmare visions are the stuff of science fiction and horror stories. That reality is now. The time to fight against them is also now. We can still halt the total domination of Monsanto, NATO, Red China, the Stock Market mentality, Political Correctness etc, but the window of opportunity to defeat our enemies and restore a world built on mutual respect, national freedom and social justice is closing rapidly.