Some phrases to remember Commander Hugo Chávez | News


The legacy of Commander Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías is still valid in Venezuela and is remembered this March 5 to commemorate the nine years of his physical departure.


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On March 5, 2013, at 4:25 p.m. (local time), the Venezuelan press informed the world of the shocking news of the death of the leader of the Bolivarian Revolution, Hugo Chávez, whose legacy lives on today in the memory of a people who remember him. , invokes him before every action, every injustice, every dream, every Bolivarian project.

Hugo Chávez focused his government agenda (1999-2013) on serving his people through various social programs, guaranteeing their rights and promoting the development of the country.

Among the many characteristics of the Venezuelan leader was his capacity for improvisation and eloquence at any juncture, with speeches that could last for hours and leave great lessons for those who listened to him.

Below we present seven of the most remembered phrases of Commander Chávez:

1.- Here I stand firm. Send me the people, that I will know how to obey. Soldier I am from the people, you are my boss.

two.- The devil came here yesterday. In this very place it still smells of sulfur.

This phrase was in reference to the then president of the United States (USA), George W. Bush, before the General Assembly of the United Nations Organization (2006).

3.- If I remain silent, the stones of the peoples of Latin America would cry out, who are willing to be free of all colonialism after 500 years of colonization.

4.- Eagle does not catch flies.

Addressed to the former opposition deputy María Corina Machado during the Memory and Account presented before the National Assembly of Venezuela (2012).

5.- The empire should not be underestimated, but neither should it be feared. Whoever intends to carry out a project of transformation will inevitably collide with the North American empire.

6.- In Latin America they want to impose on us the model of democracy designed by the United States, and whoever does not agree to enter that lane, they accuse him of being a radical populist, terrorist and dictator.

7.- If the climate were a capitalist bank, one of the largest, the rich governments would have already saved it.

At the UN Climate Summit held in Copenhagen, Denmark (2009).

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