They talk about the failure of socialism but where is the success of capitalism in Africa, Asia and Latin America?

Fidel Castro

Fidel Castro

Profession: President
Nationality: Cuban

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The squandering of oil and gas is associated with one of the greatest tragedies, not in the least resolved, which is suffered by humankind: climate change.

Mubarak was oppressing and pillaging his own people. He was an enemy to the Palestinians and an accomplice of Israel, the sixth nuclear power on the planet, associated with the war-mongering NATO group.

There is not Communism or Marxism, but representative democracy and social justice in a well-planned economy.

Without a tutor to help me in the study of Marxism-Leninism, I was no more than a theorist and, of course, had total confidence in the Soviet Union.

I never saw a contradiction between the ideas that sustain me and the ideas of that symbol, of that extraordinary figure, Jesus Christ.

I am not a communist and neither is the revolutionary movement.

Even Gaddafi's adversaries assure us that he stood out for his intelligence as a student; he was expelled from high-school for his anti-monarchic activities. He managed to enroll in another high-school and later graduated in law at the University of Benghazi at the age of 21.

We do not exploit our dolphins for profit.

I find capitalism repugnant. It is filthy, it is gross, it is alienating... because it causes war, hypocrisy and competition.

I was born in a territory called Biran, in the eastern region of Cuba. It's known by that name, although it has never appeared on a map.

North Americans don't understand... that our country is not just Cuba; our country is also humanity.

No thieves, no traitors, no interventionists! This time the revolution is for real!

Venezuela, given its extraordinary educational, cultural, and social developments, and its vast energy and natural resources, is called on to become a revolutionary model for the world.

There is plenty of building material and more than enough manpower to make a decent home for every Cuban. But if we continue to wait for the golden calf, a thousand years will have gone by, and the problem will remain the same.