Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Better red than fed: California school's communist Che Cafe needs handout

You have to wonder about a people who worship such a cold hearted murderer.  And then they have the audacity to ask the taxpayers to pay for work to bring it up to code.
“The venue has been operating for 34 years and it’s the longest-running volunteer space in Southern California, if not in all of California,” café volunteer Rene Vera told last year. “And our building is covered in murals that document a lot of that history.”

But there are critics on campus who believe a failing cafe that celebrates a murderous revolutionary does not deserve public funds. But Amanda Fitzmorris, chairwoman of the College Republicans at UCSD, told The College Fix that the space "celebrates a dictator who enforced a murderous totalitarian police state that clamped down on free expression." Her group spray-painted one of Guevara's most infamous quotes, “To execute a man we don’t need proof of his guilt,” on a mural in a campus free speech zone to raise awareness to Guevara's legacy.

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