Both icons, only one mass-murderer.
I gave this a zero for your poor [and insulting] logic (see end) and failure to acknowledge history. The blood was appropriate. For your reference, The UK TIMES wrote an article on The REAL Che Guevera citing primary sources, including Che himself:
[...] They turned a blind eye to anything that did not fit in with their idealised image of Guevara. A prolific diarist, Guevara nevertheless wrote vividly of his role as an executioner. In one passage he described the execution of Eutimio Guerra, a peasant and army guide.
"I fired a .32calibre bullet into the right hemisphere of his brain which came out through his left temple," was Guevara's clinical description of the killing. "He moaned for a few moments, then died."
This was the first of many "traitors" to be subjected to what Guevara called "acts of justice".
THERE WAS SELDOM ANY TRIAL. "I carried out a very summary inquiry and then the peasant Aristidio was executed," he wrote about another killing. "It is not possible to tolerate even the suspicion of treason."
But his first job after the rebels marched in triumph into Havana in 1959 was running a "PURIFYING COMMISSION" and supervising executions at Havana's La Cabana prison.
"He would climb on top of a wall . . . and lie on his back smoking a Havana cigar while watching the executions," the author quotes Dariel Alarcon Ramirez, one of Guevara's former comrades in arms, as saying.
In a six-month period, Guevara implemented Castro's orders with zeal, putting 180 prisoners in front of the firing squad after summary trials, according to Machover. Jose Vilasuso, an exiled lawyer, recalled Guevara instructing his "court" in the prison: "Don't drag out the process. This is a revolution. Don't use bourgeois legal methods, THE PROOF IS SECONDARY. We must act through conviction. We're dealing with a bunch of criminals and assassins."
Stencil Hitler next, then superimpose the Wal*mart logo. He was a mass murderer; Wal*mart sells cheap stuff; both icons. The correlation fits there as well.