“Condemn me. It does not matter. History will absolve me.” — Oktubre 16, 1953, sa paglilitis sa paglunsad ng Cuban Revolution.
“I am not interested in power nor do I envisage assuming it at any time. All that I will do is to make sure that the sacrifices of so many compatriots should not be in vain, whatever the future may hold in store for me.” -Enero 1, 1959, nang magtagumpay ang rebolusyon.
“Workers and farmers, this is the socialist and democratic revolution of the humble, with the humble and for the humble.” -Abril 16, 1961, nang ideklara ang kanyang socialist government.
“Today it hurts us if a Cuban is hungry, if a Cuban has no doctor, if a Cuban child suffers or is uneducated, or if a family has no housing. It hurts us even though it’s not our brother, our son or our father. Why shouldn’t we feel hurt if we see an Angolan child go hungry, suffer, be killed or massacred?” – Marso 30, 1977, sa Cuban civilian at military personnel sa Luanda, Angola.
“Cuba is not opposed to finding a solution to its historical differences with the United States, but no one should expect Cuba to change its position or yield in its principles.” – Disyembre 20, 1980, sa Congress of Communist Party ng Cuba.
“I promise that I will be with you, if you so wish, for as long as I feel that I can be useful — and if it is not decided by nature before — not a minute less and not a second more.” – Marso 6, 2003, nang muling mahalal na Council of State president ng Cuba’s National Assembly sa ikaanim na termino.
“I was at death’s door, but I came back,” kaugnay sa kanyang karamdaman noong Agosto 30, 2010.
“I’ll be 90 years old soon. Soon I’ll be like all the others. The time will come for all of us, but the ideas of the Cuban Communists will remain as proof that on this planet, if one works with fervor and dignity, they can produce the material and cultural goods that human beings need and that need to be fought for without ever giving up.” – Abril 2016 sa communist party congress. – AP