"We have not a vassal’s soul" – Declarations by President Rafael Correa on the Assange’s asylum case

Important statements made by President Rafael Correa on the Assange’s asylum case   In Rio de Janeiro, in exclusive interview to Página/12 (Argentina), Carta Maior (Brazil), and La Jornada de México (México):  “NO TENEMOS ALMA DE VASALLOS” [“We have not a vassal’s soul”]:    “Assange wants to go to Ecuador to continue fulfilling his mission for…

The First Reactions In Ecuador After Assange’s Asylum Request

Wednesday 20 June 2012: Twitter: Minister of Foreign Affairs Ricardo Patiño Aroca [picture above] published the following twitters (Spanish), in chronology-order: We thank the thousand of messages we received in occasion of  the asylum petition made yesterday by Julian Assange to the Ecuadorian government. Assange’s request requires in-depth analysis. Ecuador declares that will protect the…

Illiteracy or else? On Guardian’s Dazing Incorrectness Describing The Case Sweden VS Assange

Professors Blogg refutes Guardian nonsense regarding Assange’s asylum situation by Marcello Ferrada de Noli Introduction When Ecuador announced – while studying Julian Assange’s political-asylum situation – that it has giving diplomatic shelter to the WikiLeaks founder at it’s Embassy in London, UK and Swedish mainstream were left in a kind of panic-state of “emotional” or…

The Concern Troll

Update 1 July 2012 Christian Christensen has complained in Twitter that I would have “misrepresented” his positions “via omission”. This “via omission” statement is another false accusation by Christensen added to his salender-series on WikiLeaks and supporters of the cause of Justice for Julian Assange. Further, in a separate tweet he is asking “therefore” @WikiLeaks…