The shoe on the other foot

Leftist a-holes around the world are celebrating the anniversary of Che Guevara’s death. Meanwhile, someone who was actually there when it happened recalls, too:

The man Gen. Gary Prado remembers — sad, sick, hungry, dressed in rags and alone in the jungle — simply dropped his gun and surrendered, saying, “Don’t shoot, I’m Che.”

”He wasn’t the figure of the heroic guerrilla,” Prado recalled in an AP interview Thursday night.

In contrast to the iconic rebel celebrated by Che fans who have made his death scene a tourist trap, the man Prada captured “wasn’t someone to impose terror or anything, but simply to be pitied.”

And then, in an incredible display of chutzpah, Fidel Castro whines:

“The following day, October 9, 1967, at noon, they executed him in cold blood.”

Yeah, Fidel, you mean like the thousands you and he butchered?