Citas

“[…] as peoples are liberating themselves from all those bonds, from the fear the oligarchies inspire with their terror and their crimes, when what happened here happens in the other sister countries of Latin America, we shall see what the imperialists can do.”   
References to the original: Speech delivered at the ceremony commemorating the Eighth Anniversary of the Battle of El Uvero, May 28, 1965
“In these crucial years, the most powerful capitalist power having the most resources in all times has permitted itself the luxury of living like a parasite off the savings of the rest of the world which has not only seen itself forced to finance its fiscal and trade deficit as never before, but also an arms race without parallel in history.”
References to the original: Speech given at the Opening Session of the Sixth Ministerial Meeting of the G-77, April 20, 1987

“A world legal order should be established against genocide and war crimes, with rigorous and precise rules, along with a fully independent body of justice under the supervision of the United Nations General Assembly, and never under the Security Council, as long as veto power remains in effect granting exceptional privileges to just five countries, including the hegemonic superpower, which has used this power more than the rest of the permanent members of the Council combined”.

References to the original: I believe in the extraterritoriality of the honor and dignity of man, April 28, 2001

“Put and end to the ongoing genocide against the Palestinian people that is taking place while the world stares in amazement. May the basic right to life of that people, children and youth, be protected. May their right to peace and independence be respected; then, there will be nothing to fear from UN documents”.

References to the original: Key address at the World Conference against racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance. Durban, South Africa. September 1, 2001

"(…) the general effort of the international community must be to put an end to a number of conflicts affecting the world, at least in this area; there should be an end to world terrorism".

References to the original: Speech the day of the tragic events that occurred in the United States, September 11, 2001

"(…) none of the world’s problems, not even terrorism, can be solved with the use of force, and every act of force, every imprudent action that entails the use of force anywhere, is going to seriously aggravate the world problems".

References to the original: Speech the day of the tragic events that occurred in the United States, September 11, 2001

"(…) by killing people here and there, using similar methods to theirs and sacrificing innocent lives. It can only be won, among other ways, by putting an end to State terrorism and other repulsive forms of killing, by putting an end to genocide, and by seriously pursuing a policy of peace and respect for moral and legal standards. The world cannot be saved unless a path of international peace and cooperation is pursued".

References to the original: Speech the day of the tragic events that occurred in the United States, September 11, 2001