What Did Che Guevera and Kim Il Sung Have in Common? They were both Racist Bigots

16 Apr

What Did Che Guevera and Kim Il Sung Have in Common? They were both Racial Supremacists

“The south Korean pro-American traitorous forces advocating the theory of ‘multiracial society’ are riffraffs who have not an iota of national soul, to say nothing of the elementary understanding of the view on the nation and social and historic development.”–Rodong Sinmun, official organ of the Korean Worker’s Party , 27 April 2006

Kim Il Sung and Che Guevara in Pyongyang

Kim Il Sung and Che Guevara in Pyongyang

“The blacks, those magnificent examples of the African race who have maintained their racial purity thanks to their lack of an affinity with bathing, have seen their territory invaded by a new kind of slave: the Portuguese.”Che Guevera. This, and the following quotes, are found in his 1952 diaries

“We’re going to do for blacks exactly what blacks did for the revolution. By which I mean: nothing.”Che Guevera

“The Negro is indolent and lazy, and spends his money on frivolities, whereas the European is forward-looking, organized and intelligent.”– Che Guevara

The theory of “multiracial society” is a poison and anti-reunification logic aimed to emasculate the basic idea in the era of independent reunification. The anti-national logic is advocated in south Korea, contrary to the aspiration of the fellow countrymen–April 27, 2006 Korean Central News Agency

Kim Il Sung with Che(l) and Castro (r)

Kim Il Sung with Che(l) and Castro (r)


“Mexicans are a band of illiterate Indians.” – Che Guevara

“The first person we hit on was the mayor, someone called Cohen; we had heard a lot about him, that he was Jewish as far as money was concerned but a good sort.” – Che Guevara

The two revolutionaries share a fraternal ideological moment

The two revolutionaries share a fraternal ideological moment

“Rodong Sinmun Censures Theory of ‘Multiracial Society’”

    Pyongyang, April 27 (KCNA) — A strange farce to hamstring the essential characters of the Korean nation and seek for “multiracial society” is now being held in south Korea. In this regard Rodong Sinmun today runs a signed commentary, which censures the farce as an unpardonable bid to negate the homogeneity of the nation, make south Korea multiracial and Americanize it. To deny the peculiarity and advantages of the homogeneous nation now that dominationism and colonialism are posing a threat to the destiny of weak nations is a treacherous act of weakening the spirit of the nation, the commentary says, and goes on: The south Korean pro-American traitorous forces advocating the theory of “multiracial society” are riffraffs who have not an iota of national soul, to say nothing of the elementary understanding of the view on the nation and social and historic development.

If the homogeneity of the nation is not kept, the nation and the destiny of individuals cannot be defended from the U.S. dominationist moves and the attempt of the Japanese reactionaries for invasion of Korea, which is revealed in their claim to Tok Islet, cannot be checked.

The theory of “multiracial society” is a poison and anti-reunification logic aimed to emasculate the basic idea in the era of independent reunification. The anti-national logic is advocated in south Korea, contrary to the aspiration of the fellow countrymen. This is ascribable to the criminal attempt of the pro-American elements including the Grand National Party to make the north and the south different in lineages, block the June 15 era of reunification and seek the permanent division of the nation and the manipulation of the U.S. behind the scene.

The commentary calls upon the people from all walks of life in south Korea to decisively reject the anti-national moves of the sycophantic traitorous forces to tarnish the lineage of the Korean nation and obliterate it, bereft of the Juche character and national character. April 27, 2006 Korean Central News Agency

6 Responses to “What Did Che Guevera and Kim Il Sung Have in Common? They were both Racist Bigots”

  1. James Ross Kelly April 16, 2013 at 1:09 pm #

    Well this pretty much dispels the idea that Che was the Jedi Knight the left and Hollywood make him out to be.

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  2. Glenn Dixon May 2, 2013 at 7:17 am #

    I must admit a bit of surprise to hear this coming from you, Nate. All of these quotes appear to have come from Che’s diary, which he wrote at 23-24. And none of those attitudes appear to have survived his adulthood. He changed. So should we all.

    http://colorlines.com/archives/2013/04/who_needs_to_get_informed_on_che_guevara_jay-z_or_marco_rubio.html

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    • kennethvaughan July 24, 2013 at 8:30 pm #

      This article essentially argues, “come on! Some of Che’s best [revolutionary] friends were black!”

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    • kennethvaughan July 24, 2013 at 8:33 pm #

      Also, the period of his life when he wrote these quotes is supposed to be the period of his life, which Che apologists try and glorify. This is the part of his life when he was supposed to be the least violent, is it not?

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