Che Guevara’s record is one of being a brutal tyrant who suppressed individual freedom in Cuba and slaughtered those who challenged him, his worldview and his power.
John Fund points out in National Review:
Author Humberto Fontova points to evidence that Guevara, the chief instigator of Castro’s revolutionary efforts overseas, was involved in a November 1962 terrorist plot to use 1,200 pounds of TNT to blow up Macy’s, Gimbels, Bloomingdale’s, and Grand Central Station on the day after Thanksgiving, the busiest shopping day of the year. Such an act could have rivaled 9/11 in its destruction.
He was executed in Bolivia by the Bolivian Army in 1967 after he settled there after leaving Cuba.