People are still arguing about whether Che Guevara was a Stalinist. His underwear was certainly disciplined:
Things are happening to Guatemala, viejo’, Rojo told him. ‘An important revolution is going on there: it’s something you’ve got to see.’
Ernesto was persuaded. Then he proposed a wager: he bet his companions that the underpants he was wearing, the only ones he had owned for the last two months, would stand up by themselves. ‘Guevara took off his trousers’ he remembered. ‘Before our eyes was a piece of underwear that looked like a bricklayer’s work pants, the material was so stiff and its colour so incredible. He removed this also and we had to give up. Guevara had won the bet. His shorts stood upright and their owner promised that he would soon teach them to mark time.’
And, as we can see, clear militarist tendencies. That from Alex von Tunzelmann’s Red Heat.