Thursday, 16 August 2012


The British Government when faced with the prospect that their quarry Julian Assange would escape their clutches threatened to brake all international agreements and diplomatic law  and storm the Ecuadorian Embassy.
The British  are being  shown up for the bullies they are.  Julian Assange is one man  who has been granted asylum by a sympathetic  South American Nation. Who have shown that they do not fear the old toothless bull dog just because they have nuclear weapons. Weapons currently deployed of the coast of Argentina where the British bullies seek to threaten the Argentinean Government into giving up their clear sovereignty of the Malvinas.
South  American Country’s are just jokes to the British  Bullies who believe they are above international law

Last night  the  British  increased   the police presence around the embassy and warned Ecuador they could  withdraw the embassy’s diplomatic protection if they did not surrender Julian Assange.

 Ecuador claimed Britain had threatened to “storm” the building, which would have “significant implications” for countries around the world. This aggression was  condemned as a “complete intimidation” by Ecuadorian officials.

In a separate statement, WikiLeaks condemned the “menacing show of force” by police and said any transgression against the “sanctity” of the embassy would be a “shameful act”.
Mr Assange himself said: “I am grateful to the Ecuadorean people, President Rafael Correa and his government. It was not Britain or my home country, Australia, that stood up to protect me from persecution, but a courageous, independent Latin American nation.

“While today is a historic victory, our struggles have just begun. The unprecedented US investigation against WikiLeaks must be stopped.”

As to  the former spy  and arms to Iraq Investigator  Andrea Davison’s  asylum application  Ecuadorian officials refused to comment.  

It looks as if  Ecuador is the first nation to stand up to the British Bullies.  As Europe sinks into poverty and anarchy the rise of South America with its new social stability looks set to set the standard in Human Rights and liberty  for the world

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