Leonid Savin believes that the assessment of the life and ideas of Che Guevara depends on the position from which they are considered. So, from the point of view of the United States, he was enemy number one, he is still called that only as “bin Laden of the 1960s.” Washington was not unreasonably afraid of the spread of Che’s ideas. The Americans breathed a sigh of relief only when they managed to destroy it in Bolivia. But their main mistake was that they thought that by eliminating the ideologist, they would deal with the ideas. Meanwhile, all over the world, in particular in Africa, we see an example Thomas Sankara, who is called the “African Che Guevara”, his contribution to the liberation of Upper Volta (Burkina Faso) is colossal. Unfortunately, he, too, was killed; nevertheless, Che’s ideas still enjoy considerable popularity in Africa, Latin America, and Southeast Asia.