(“The Negro is indolent and spends his money on frivolities and drink, the European is forward-looking, organized and intelligent…The Negro has maintained his racial purity by his well known habit of avoiding baths.” Ernesto “Che” Guevara from his diaries. )
From Castro’s Commie Press: “U.S. actor and political activist Danny Glover visited the central Cuban city of Santa Clara and paid tribute to Comandante Ernesto Che Guevara. Touring the museum and memorial dedicated to Che, Danny Glover told reporters he was greatly impressed with the life of the Heroic Guerrilla leader.
The well-known actor said that Che was the embodiment of internationalism and that he admired the his principles and ideals. Danny Glover placed a flower in the niche where the remains of Ernesto Che Guevara rest. He said that he would remember this moment in Santa Clara and his visit to Che’s memorial for the rest of his life.
Accompanied by his wife, Elaine Cavalleiro, and by James Early, a renowned intellectual and activist, Danny Glover received a statue and special edition of a magazine dedicated to Ernesto Che Guevara.”
During a press conference shortly upon Castro and Che’s entry into Havana in 1959 Luis Pons, a prominent black Cuban businessman, asked Che Guevara, what his revolution planned on doing to help blacks. Che answered: “We’re going to do for blacks exactly what blacks did for our revolution. By which I mean: NOTHING!”
Che was much too modest. “Nothing” is not exactly accurate for the Castro regime’s treatment of Cuba’s blacks. In fact, these lily-white icons ( Che and Fidel) of American black “leaders” forcibly overthrew a Cuban government where blacks served as President of the Senate, Minister of Agriculture, Chief of Army, and Head of State (Fulgencio Batista), a grandson of slaves who was born in a palm-roofed shack. Not that you’d guess any of this from the liberals’ exclusive educational source on pre-Castro Cuba: Godfather II.
“In his latest book my American warrior blood-brother Humberto Fontova once again performs the ultimate we the people duty of spotlighting cockroaches for a better America!” (Ted Nugent)
“Humberto Fontova’s book teaches us truths about Castro’s island that are very discomfiting for many intellectuals.” Ana Botella (Spain’s former First Lady while giving a book reading in Madrid, upon “Fidel; HFT” release in Spain)
Humberto Fontova has performed a great service for the cause of decency and human freedom. Every American should read this book. (David Horowitz on Fidel; Hollywood’s Favorite Tyrant)
“Reading this book caused my heart to race and bile to rise. Here in Bulgaria most the items disclosed by Humberto Fontova were completely unknown.” — (Professor Todor Tanev, former Rector, Univ. of Sofia and until recently Bulgaria’s Minister of Education.)
“Even here in Poland many people were duped into believing the myth of Che Guevara. After reading Fontova’s excellent book, they will have have no excuse.” (Tomaz Pompowski, Polska Times,–division of The London Times– Warsaw, Poland)“Demystifies the image of one of the most controversial icons of the century. Using an entertaining polemical style, Humberto Fontova gives us a totally unknown face of Che Guevara,” — (Livro e Tudo, Sao Paolo, Brazil. )“I read Humberto Fontova’s book in two sittings. I couldn’t put it down!” ( Mark Levin on Exposing the Real Che Guevara.)
“Humberto’s a pretty cool guy!” (Dennis Miller)
“Humberto’s book is a very valuable book–a book badly needed around the world.” (Former Chairwoman of the House Committee on Foreign Relations Ileana Ros-Lehtinen R. Fl)