Not many introductions are needed for Che Guevara. He is the "myth" and the "revolutionary alibi" of every bored bourgeois, who "revolts" when he is 18 in order to relieve his adolescent impulses, and when he reaches 30 he has to run the companies of his Capitalist dad. The Youth of the Communist Party exhibits him as the model communist, regardless the fact that he never liked Moscow's power mongering and influence over the Communist Movements, and decided to abandon Castro and the Ministry he offered him to command, when he realized that Cuba and Fidel Castro himself had jumped on the chariot of the Soviet Union. That's why, when Guevara has hunted in the mountains of Bolivia, the decision-making center in Moscow ordered the local Communist chapter in Bolivia to not give him any assistance.
Most people, however, do not know some other thoughts and opinions of the Argentine revolutionary, which the hijackers of his struggle made sure to hide.
Regardless of whether one agrees or disagrees with what he said, he fought for what he believed in and paid with his life. Most people don't know that he had a completely negative view of homosexuals and supported, without the slightest objection, the re-education camps that Castro set up for them. Also people are not aware of his negative and derogatory references to blacks. Let's see, for example, his views on Africans, as recorded in his diary:
"The negro is indolent and a dreamer; spending his meager wage on frivolity or drink; the European has a tradition of work and saving, which has pursued him as far as this corner of America and drives him to advance himself, even independently of his own individual aspirations."
Che Guevara, however, does not stop there. He believes that the black race is a weak link of the chain of the world socialist revolution and considers them as the most unfit to fight. Specifically, he argues that "Given the prevailing lack of discipline, it would be impossible to use Congolese with automatic rifles to defend the base from aerial attacks: they do not know how to handle guns and neither they want to learn."
These are aspects of Che Guevara that obviously are not allowed to be known by the public. Personally, I am opposed to the slogan, which it's shouted in various nationalist rallies and connects Che and .... Alexis Tsipras (President of the Radical Left Coalition-SYRIZA). For God's sake, Che was a revolutionary, who paid with his life for his faith in a false ideology. The second one is a spoiled brat and son of a wealthy family.