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For the global reform movement we need to use the medias, to give the citizens globally their chances, that their voices are heard and that they can empower themselves to rule democratically and in solidarity this world according to the ideals of the Universal Declaration of Human rights.

Julian Assange asylum: Why Ecuador is right to stand up to the US-We can infer that the Swedes have no legitimate reason for the extradition, since they were repeatedly offered the opportunity to question him in the UK, but rejected it, and have also refused to even put forth a reason for this refusal. A few weeks ago the Ecuadorian government offered to allow Assange to be questioned in its London embassy, where Assange has been residing since 19 June, but the Swedish government refused – again without offering a reason. But, most importantly, the government of Ecuador agreed with Assange that he had a reasonable fear of a second extradition to the United States, and persecution here for his activities as a journalist. The evidence for this was strong. Some examples: an ongoing investigation of Assange and WikiLeaks in the US; evidence that an indictment had already been prepared; statements by important public officials such as Democratic senator Diane Feinstein that he should be prosecuted for espionage, which carries a potential death penalty or life imprisonment.

Julian Assange asylum: Why Ecuador is right to stand up to the US 16 August 2012 Mark Weisbrot USA and the War on Terror Ecuador’s decision to grant political asylum to Assange was both predictable and reasonable. But it is … Continue reading

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Assange will speak on sunday. In his homeland, Australia, pro-Assange activists gathered outside Britain’s consulate in Sydney. Many believe Washington wants to get its hands on their man. Baltasar Garzon, the dismissed spanish judge, who supports Assange – has indicated that he would take the matter to the International Court of Justice and seek the court to enforce the UK to abide by this decision, on the basis of the fact that, de facto, Julian has a refugee status.

Whatch video: Will Assange emerge from Ecuador embassy? He has got asylum from Ecuador but Julian Assange’s fate remains far from clear. The Wikileaks founder risks arrest should he venture outside the country’s London embassy to give a planned statement on … Continue reading

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Julian Assange: how WikiLeaks founder could leave Ecuador’s London embassy: From giving diplomatic status to smuggling him out, here are options that Ecuador could try – Ecuador offers Sweden to make his questing because of the accusations in the embassy – Assange is ready for a video interview – but it seams, Britain and Sweden are not interested in it – they want him personally!

regular video updates from the Ecuadorian Embassy from London http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/video/2012/aug/16/assange-ecuador-embassy-london-video Julian Assange: how WikiLeaks founder could leave Ecuador’s London embassy From giving diplomatic status to smuggling him out, here are options that Ecuador could try Share138 Email Vikram Dodd guardian.co.uk, Thursday … Continue reading

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Video: Julian Assange, dictators and terrorists – spot the difference and why he’s seeking asylum Why is Wikileaks founder Julian Assange seeking political asylum in Ecuador? Watch this short film, see how an Interpol Red Notice has been issued for his arrest — which is usually used only for dictators and terrorists — even Syria’s Assad and Libya’s Ghadaffi were not subjected to one — and know why he has resisted extradition to Sweden.

Julian Assange, dictators and terrorists – spot the difference and why he’s seeking asylum 26 July 2012 Stop the War Coalition Video More Sharing ServicesShare|Share on facebookShare on twitter Why is Wikileaks founder Julian Assange seeking political asylum in Ecuador? … Continue reading

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Global Revolution brings you live stream video coverage from independent journalists on the ground at nonviolent protests around the world. [MORE] We are currently broadcasting from #OccupyWallStreet in NYC on livestream.com/occupyNYC and covering the international #Occupy movement on our main channel at livestream.com/globalrevolution

Global Revolution brings you live stream video coverage from independent journalists on the ground at nonviolent protests around the world. [MORE] We are currently broadcasting from #OccupyWallStreet in NYC on livestream.com/occupyNYC and covering the international #Occupy movement on our main … Continue reading

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Wikileaks: Statement on UK threat to storm Ecuadorian embassy and arrest Julian Assange

Statement on UK threat to storm Ecuadorian embassy and arrest Julian Assange Thursday 16th August, 3:00am UTC Translations [es] Declaración sobre la amenaza del Reino Unido de asaltar la embajada ecuatoriana para arrestar a Julian Assange (Es) In a communication … Continue reading

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Thanks!!! Julian Assange will be granted asylum, says official – Ecuador’s president Rafael Correa has agreed to give the WikiLeaks founder asylum, according to an official in Quito

Julian Assange will be granted asylum, says official Ecuador’s president Rafael Correa has agreed to give the WikiLeaks founder asylum, according to an official in Quito Wikileaks founder Julian Assange (left) will be granted asylum by Ecuador’s president Rafael Correa … Continue reading

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