Jan 26, 2024 Print this article

Guess Why This Marxist Café Breeds Crime on California Campus

Why is the Che Café under fire?

Named after communist terrorist Ernesto “Che” Guevara, the Marxist-inspired “safe-pace” at the University of California at San Diego (UCSD) has received backlash from patrons accusing the venue of “neglecting ongoing assault and boundary violations.”

The vegan-friendly café is a breeding ground for ongoing anarchic and immoral behavior, such as sexual abuse, according to The Guardian.

Café patrons reported having been harassed or assaulted, with the leadership doing very little to prevent such immoral and allegedly criminal behavior, causing outrage among students at UCSD.

These reports of sexual deviancy are an example of the disastrous effects of Marxist ideology put into practice.

The Link Between Marxism and Immorality

Why does Marxism breed immorality and crime?

Based on materialism, Marxism teaches that human sexuality is a mere physiological function like any other, so there is no reason why it should be elevated or restrained by Holy Matrimony marriage between a man and a woman. Marxists believe in “free love,” which separates the conjugal act from marriage. The sacred union of husband and wife is deemed “oppressive” and therefore targeted by the LGBT movement, divorce, and abortion – opening the floodgates for sin and the corruption of good customs in society.

Sin begets sin, error begets error, and an immoral ideology begets the practice of immorality. But what is the Che Café doing about allegations of sexual assault?

“Restorative Justice”

Allegations of sexual assault and harassment have been a problem at the Che Café for years, so the Marxist venue implemented a “restorative justice” policy. The policy amounts to a slap on the wrist, making the criminal apologize and giving him “a second chance at returning to their community.”

The “justice” part is still missing, as sexual assault claims continue to rise after the policy’s implementation over three years ago. Despite its ineffectiveness, “restorative justice” lines up perfectly with Marxist beliefs due to the moral relativism integral to socialist thought, meaning little to no justice for criminals.

Marxist Culture: Evil and Dangerous

The dominant Marxist culture in college campuses did not appear out of nowhere. The road was paved by moral relativism and materialism, which underpin socialist philosophy. Despite the sickening reports of sexual assault and purposeful lack of action, the immoral behavior at Café Che perfectly matches Marxist ideology. Ideas have consequences. And bad ideas have harmful consequences.

That’s why Marxism, on a national scale, destroys nations and hurls them into chaos.

America is one nation under God, and to keep it that way, we must entirely reject the spirit of materialism and relativism.

For the common good of its students and the broader welfare of higher education in America, TFP Student Action urges the University of California at San Diego to close the Che Café Collective on campus.

“Che Guevara was a cold-blooded Marxist terrorist,” said TFP Student Action director John Ritchie. “He murdered innocent men, women, and children. That’s why it’s difficult to fathom why UCSD continues to perpetuate his monstrous legacy with Che Café. His name should be expunged from campus, not celebrated.”

Che Hated God

Che Guevara did not hide his communist hatred for God and civilization. “To establish socialism, rivers of blood must flow,” he stated. “The victory of socialism is well worth millions of atomic victims!”

Indeed, Che’s hatred was satanic: “… if Christ himself stood in my way,” he said, “I, like Nietzsche, would not hesitate to squish him like a worm.”

Please consider contacting the chancellor of UCSD with your concerns. It’s time to academia to face the facts: Marxist ideology breeds criminal activity and immoral behavior.

(Please be polite, firm, and professional in your correspondence).

Mr. Pradeep Khosla
Chancellor, University of California at San Diego
Call the Office of the Chancellor: 858-534-3135
Email: [email protected]