The Honduran crisis seems to end

"If you are to give birth to iguanas, we will raise iguanas," he said. But there will be no more dead in this town because of you. (page 11)

Honduran crisis "What do you think?" Jose Arcadio sincerely replied, "Dog shit. (page 14)

"We do not send papers in this town," he said without losing his calm. And so you know at once, we do not need any corregidor because here there is nothing to correct. (page 25)

Father Nicanor raised his hand and all four legs of the chair landed at the same time.
nego -He said-. Factum hoc existentiam Dei probat sine dubio. (page 36)

"You are not liberal or anything," said Aureliano, unperturbed. You are nothing more than a slaughterer.
"In that case," replied the doctor with equal calm, "give me the bottle again." You do not need it any more. (page 43)

"No nonsense," Aureliano said. It's war. And do not tell me again Aurelito, that I am already Colonel Aureliano Buendia. (page 44)

"We'll leave you Macondo," was all he told Arcadio before he left. We leave it well, try to find it better. (page 45)

"I am the mother of Colonel Aureliano Buendia," it announced. The sentries blocked him. (page 52)

"I demand that the sentence be done in Macondo," he said. The president of the court was disgusted.
"Do not be alive, Buendía," he said. It's a ploy to save time. (page 54)

"We've lost it forever," cried Ursula as she read it. That way Christmas will happen at the end of the world. (page 61)

His apathy was so serious that when he was announced the arrival of a commission of his party authorized to discuss the crossroads of war, he turned in the hammock without waking up completely.
"Take them to the whores," he said. (page 70)

"You will not see me," Colonel Aureliano Buendia said. Put your shoes on and help me end this fucking war. (page 71)

---- This is a bit tired, sometimes it seems that life is a novel. What if we take a leap.

"Happy you who know it," he answered. I, for one, just now realize that I am fighting for pride. (page 173)

"Colonel," said another of his officers, "you still have time to look good. Unperturbed, Colonel Aureliano Buendía signed the first copy (page 173)

Taken sequentially from the book "One Hundred Years of Solitude" Any similarity to real characters are only omens of Don Gabriel or mere coincidence.

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