As if we didn't know the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) leans (more like trips) left, an official email commemorating the beginning of "Hispanic Heritage Month" included an image of known-murderer Che Guevara.
The EPA released an apology - but, apparently, for the plagiarism, not for using the image of Che: "The email was drafted and sent by an individual employee, and without official clearance. Shortly after sending the email in question the individual apologized to her colleagues for the inadvertent error." (emphasis added)
It's hard to believe the employee didn't know who Che was, so she must be referring to the plagiarism.
Either way, the EPA and this employee need to be reminded that Che Guevara was a cold-hearted communist who murdered thousands of innocent people.
Guevara, Fidel Castro's right-hand man during the Cuban revolution, is no man to celebrate or hail as an example of culture. Guevara once said, "I'd like to confess, at that moment I discovered that I really like killing."
From Guevara's diaries: "Crazy with fury I will stain my rifle red while slaughtering any enemy that falls in my hands. My nostrils dilate while savoring the acrid odor of gunpowder and blood. With the deaths of my enemies I prepare my being for the sacred fight and join the triumphant proletariat with a bestial howl!"
For this reason, Young America's Foundation started "No More Che Day."
Leftists on campuses across the country wear images of Che on their shirts, yet they don't understand what Che truly represents.
Fittingly, "No More Che Day" falls in just a few weeks on October 9, 2012 (the anniversary of Che's death). As a part of "No More Che Day," YAF created a poster of Che's image imposed with all the victims he murdered: