fidel castro

fidel castro

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in a republic where government is guaranteed by a criminal or a thief, it is usual for honorable people to be killed or imprisoned. debe editi : (see toys hitchhiking)

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"in a republic where the rule is guaranteed by a criminal or a thief, it is usual for honorable people to be killed or imprisoned... damn me. it will not matter, because history will stand by my side."

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"while our country is too poor to offer people material wealth, they are not too poor to offer them a sense of equality and human dignity."

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(see: fidel castro's death on november 26, 2016) two important words that i remember after: "bread given to a beggar is not charity. the real benevolence is the bread shared with him when you are as hungry as a beggar." "why do some people have to walk barefoot so others can ride luxury cars?"

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the participants, who were shocked when fidel castro, who spoke for a long time, covered the device indicating the time at the un conference with a handkerchief, saw that when castro finished his speech and took the handkerchief on the device, the time was exactly the time allotted to each speaker..

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a great person who clearly revealed the truth of the pkk in an interview he gave in 1994. “i follow the events in the country closely. i hope and wish that your kurdish movement there will not be yankee's (usa) oil watchdog." it's clear that some people are born with the gift of foresight.

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"it should not be difficult to understand that in a republic where a murderer and a thief is the prime minister, it is not difficult to understand that the place of honest people is either a grave or a prison"; the bearded and brave man who made people dream of "i had to live in cuba, let me sell your mother".

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