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Guillermo C.
Mexico
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I'm a young male mexican who enjoys history, philosophy and taking photographs every now and then.

I'm a certain kind of harnizo mexican, grandson of peasants from the states of Hidalgo and Oaxaca from the side of the mother, and of Spanish and French immigrants from the side of the father. Once my family was quite wealthy, my great-grandfather was an ambitious entrepreneur who used a government loan to establish a great sugarmill, thus creating a patrimony; some people still remember "Ingenio Rosales", the good payments and how it transformed a forgotten town into an important city. The sons of my great-grandfather inherited his wealth and his businessman abilities but everything ended during the 90s; mismanagement of money and economic crisis provoked by neoliberal governments exhausted the heritage and now I live in middle class conditions. Though I'm happy with the things I own, I've seen the poverty of others and how the big capitalist companies swallow everything while this crappy neoliberal government turns a blind eye. By seeing the shortages and lack of justice in my country I became a Socialist willing to do what I can to save this land from the capitalist aggressors.

I like my homeland but it's beauty is being destroyed by the corrupt capitalist politicians and laissez-faire policies. Destroying this rotten system and establishing a new one may be difficult, perhaps impossible, but there's nothing worse than not trying, we can try and fail but never fail to try.

Stamp COMMUNIST by Sinceritta
Red blood, red thought, heart beats on the left

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Proud member of the Communist Party of DeviantArt


Lenin Stamp by daliscar Viva Mexico Postal stamp by AJcosmo Viva la Republica 2 by jaled Austria stamp by deviantStamps Anti-nazi stamp by tamystock


Antifascista siempre by HERNZ4795

Favourite photographer: Mi querido tío: www.xaviercasillas.com/#/home
Favourite style of art: Socialist realism
Wallpaper of choice: Heruka, the Hero, drinker of blood
Favourite cartoon character: Courage the Cowardly Dog
Personal quote: Casi todos tienen cola que les pisen, el resto solo tiene refresco en los pantalones
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Livius84 Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you for the add! :)
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HERNZ4795 Featured By Owner 1 day ago
You are most welcome.

Greetings from Mexico!
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Havdae Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2015
Thanks a lot for liking my pic and adding it to your collection! It looks pretty surrounded by such beautiful photos.
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Alkhumeia Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
Gracias por el :+fav: :D, saludos!
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HERNZ4795 Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2015
Gracias a ti por compartir semejante belleza 
:D
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Alkhumeia Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
Es lo menos que podemos hacer :)
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SoaringAven Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for the watch :) What are those arms in your ID?
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HERNZ4795 Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2015
Thank you for such beautiful art. 

Those are the arms of my linage which I made from the supposed coat of arms of each surname, I'm not quite acquainted with heraldry though, so there might be several mistakes hehe :D
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SoaringAven Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well thank you, you flatterer :XD: Are you trying to get into my pants? =_=

Interesting :D Care to explain?
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HERNZ4795 Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2015
Well as far as I know, in Spanish heraldry each one of the last names of a person is represented by a shield. And in the past, the nobles and other people entitled to bear arms used to make achievements by uniting the shields of every one of their surnames. So I did the same with the names of my parents and grandparents. Still I do not know much about this.
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