From Diego Maradona’s farewell to Fidel Castro (four years ago)

Not everyone can bury a dictatorship and challenge it in the face of the American Empire.

Not everyone can eliminate illiteracy in one year.

Not everyone can reduce child mortality from 42% to 4%.

Not everyone can present more than 130,000 doctors, securing 1 doctor for every 130 people, with the highest percentage of doctors per inhabitant in the world.

Not everyone can create the largest medical school in the world, with 1,500 foreign doctors a year and 25,000 medical school graduates from 84 countries.

Not everyone can send more than 30,000 doctors to work in more than 68 countries around the world, in about 600,000 missions.

Not everyone can build the only Latin American country without child malnutrition.

Not everyone can create the only Latin American country without the drug problem.

Not everyone can afford to have all the children go to school.

Not everyone can travel to their country without seeing a child sleeping on the street.

Not everyone can represent the only country in the world that meets ecological sustainability. Not everyone can achieve 79 years of life expectancy for their people.

Not everyone can develop cancer vaccines.

Not everyone can achieve the only country where mother-to-child transmission of HIV has been eliminated.

Not everyone can collect the most Olympic medals in Latin America.

Not everyone can accept more than 600 attempts against his life and 11 US presidents try to overthrow him.

Not everyone can survive after 50 years of exclusion and economic war.

Not everyone can reach the age of 90, with a very prominent place in world history. Loved by millions. It was misunderstood by the others, the few. “What no one can do is ignore him