“Why should some people walk barefoot, so that others can travel in luxurious cars? Why should some live for thirty-five years, so that others can live for seventy years? Why should some be miserably poor, so that others can be hugely rich? I speak on behalf of the children in the world who do not have a piece of bread. I speak on the behalf of the sick who have no medicine, of those whose rights to life and human dignity have been denied.”
— Fidel Castro’s message to the UN General Assembly, 1979
Also known as: Eve Angelica, Eva Angelica, Eve Angelina, Eva Evangelina, Angelina Del Mar, Ava, Eva
Birthday: March 14, 1985
Birthplace: Huntington,Beach, CA, United States
Career started: 2003
Career ended: -
Nationality: Chinese, Irish, Cuban
Hair color: Brown/Shaved
Height: 5 feet, 3 inches (160 cm)
Weight: 118 lbs (54 kg)
Tattoos: Back of neck, Half-sleeve with large skull right upper arm, Heart with devil horns left breast, “nobody is perfect until you fall in love” in Greek on left side of torso, “Sylvi Lynnea” top of left wrist, “Take me/or not” inside right wrist, “as I am/at all” inside left wrist, Ornate scroll design lower back, Above right ankle
Piercings: Right nostril, Nipples, Navel, Left eyebrow
Today the transcript of the trial of George and Anne Boleyn not only made me very emotional but also proved to be the most beautiful thing I have ever seen. It also made me wish I could read Latin, but luckily I’ve read so much about it that I know a lot of it anyway.
IN PICTURES: teleSUR looks at the ceremonies across the continent marking the killing of the revolutionary leader.
In 1966, Che launched a guerrilla movement in Bolivia aimed at overthrowing the right-wing military regime of Rene Barrientos. After months of fighting against the U.S.-trained and backed Bolivian Army, Che was captured on October 8 and executed at the age of 39 one day later, after refusing to divulge information while being interrogated.
Lambasting the United States’ aggression against Syria, Bolivian
Ambassador to the United Nations Sacha Llorenti compared the basis for
the unilateral move to former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell’s
infamous 2003 presentation to the body, when fraudulent evidence of an
alleged Iraqi weapons program was presented to justify the U.S. war on
Holding up an enlarged photo of Colin Powell’s “weapons of mass
destruction” speech, Llorenti made an impassioned plea to hold the U.S.
to account for Thursday’s unprovoked attack on Syria, noting the U.S.
history of imperialist interventions in other nations, including Latin
America. “Now the United
States believe that they are investigators, they are attorneys, judges
and they are the executioners. That’s not what international law is
“I believe it’s vital for us to remember what history teaches us and on
this occasion (in 2003), the United States did affirm, they affirmed
that they had all the proof necessary to show that Iraq had weapons of
mass destruction but they were never found … never were they found,” the
Bolivian envoy told the emergency Security Council meeting on Friday.