"I ask those present, if they have not thought that this land is ours, and not from the one who has more, I ask if you have never thought on earth that if you are ours, you give it to us. To desalambrar, to desalambrar, that the earth is ours, is yours and that of Pedro and María, Juan and José! If I worry about my singing, someone who does not want to hear, I assure you that he gringo or an owner of this land.On desalambrar, to desalambrar, that the earth is ours, is yours and that of Pedro and María, of Juan and José! ".
It is the text of one of the most beautiful revolutionary songs by Víctor Jara, a Chilean artist who used his intelligence and his hands to cheer up and stimulate the struggle of the poor, not only of Chile but of the whole world.
He was proclaimed cultural ambassador by the socialist president Salvador Allende, who started his term on 3 November.
1 970 and was overthrown on 11 September 1973 and killed during the military coup led by General Augusto Pinochet. Víctor Jara was arrested on the day of the coup, the soldiers tortured him for four days, burned him with cigarettes, broke his fingers, cut off his tongue and riddled him, his body had 44 bullet wounds. Tomorrow, September 16 is the 45th anniversary of the death of Víctor Jara. He was 40 years old when he was killed.
His revolutionary song is still valid.