"(T)o execute a man we don't need proof of his guilt. We only need proof that it's necessary to execute him. It's that simple." Che Guevara.
I also want to make sure that a special room documents Che's commitment to gay rights. It is important for people to know that when Madonna dresses up in a Che Guevara outfit she is supporting a man who helped criminalize gay sex and supported the incarceration of young men who exhibited mannerisms merely perceived to be gay.
Another room could be used to place some of his actual correspondence in glass cases. That way, people could learn that Guevara signed some of his early correspondence "Stalin II."
Another room could display pictures of Che fighting in actual revolutionary warfare. This room would be nearly empty because there is little evidence that he ever fought in anything that could be characterized as a real battle. This is due to the fact that most of the people killed by Che were men and boys he shot at close range while they were bound and gagged.
Another room would be built especially for death penalty opponents. It would feature 1892 candles – one for each of the men Che sentenced to the firing squad. This is the most conservative estimate I could find, by the way. Other sources say he admitted to "several thousand" executions during the first year of the Castro regime alone. (The Black Book of Communism claims that the firing squads of Castro and Guevara produced a total of 14,000 murders by 1970).
Another room would educate visitors about the true impact that the regime Che co-founded had on race relations. Special attention would be given to the life of Eusebio Penalver who was the longest serving black political prisoner of the 20th century. He was incarcerated in Cuba longer than Nelson Mandela was incarcerated in South Africa. His jailers called him "Nigger" and "Monkey." They also warned him that they would pull him down from the trees and cut off his tail. Instead, they just put him in solitary confinement. No wonder only .08% of Cuba's communist rulers are black. And no wonder 85% of its prisoners are black. The term "apartheid" could be applied to Cuba if only American communist professors were honest.
Another room would feature a picture of Che wearing his Rolex watch. It will be dedicated to all of my communist colleagues who talk like revolutionaries, live like hypocrites, and fail to teach their students about inconvenient truths.
Mike S. Adams just finished reading "Exposing the Real Che Guevara: And the Useful Idiots Who Idolize Him," by Humberto Fontova. Dr. Adams suggests you read it too.