Liberating revolutions in Latin America are examples of successful robberies which, every so often, to honor the heroes, try to imitate.
I think for a majority of Spanish speakers would be legitimate for the owner of a farming moved to the city where he lives most of what is produced in the field he owns.
I repeat the opposite: I think for a minority of Spanish speakers would be illegitimate and reprehensible that the landlord was obliged to leave their agricultural establishment most of what he produces.
The history of America has something similar to the previous example. When the Spanish arrived in 1492, it was considered that the discovery made them owners. So the Spanish Crown took over this continent and brought to Spain all she found useful, especially precious metals.
However, many of us protest fervor inflamamos Spain to demand of us back what we stole... as if the pawns of stay demanded the owner to return the production was for the city.
A South Americans teach us that we gained independence revolutionaries were heroes that we have eternally glorify Simon Bolivar, Jose de San Martin, Joaquim José da Silva Xavier, Tupac Catari José Martí, José María Morelos, Jose Gervasio Artigas, Francisco Solano López, Oscar Arnulfo Romero, Augusto César Sandino, Juan José Arévalo, Francisco Morazan, Bernardo O'Higgins, Antonio Nariño, Ely Alfaro, Tupac Amaru II, Omar Torrijos.
When I say "glorify forever”, I am also saying 'copy forever’. The best tribute is to imitate the honoree, taking as an example.
The revolutionaries are predators that, when successful, they become heroes homenajeables and imitated, and that when they fail reinforce the stability of the regime that tried to overthrow.
In short, the South Americans glorify successful theft.
Note: Original in Spanish (without translation by Google): Los latinoamericanos glorificamos el robo exitoso.
(Este es el Artículo Nº 2.014)