Rebellion shelters the EZLN just like it did 20 years ago
La Jornada, 28 December 2013
“To those who that night put their rucksacks and their history on their backs, to those who took lightning and thunder into their hands, to those whose boots were shod with no future, to those who covered their faces and their names, to those who, without asking anything in return, died in the long night so that others, everyone, on a morning still to come, will be able to see the day as it should be seen, that is to say, from the front, standing, and with an upright gaze and heart.
“For them we cry, Freedom! Freedom! FREEDOM! May our steps be as great as our dead.”
Subcomandante Marcos, leader of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN)
Subcomandante Marcos. Photo from the Archive