Fri, 17 Aug 2012 10:37p.m.
Julian Assange has been granted political asylum in Ecuador, but it's getting there that is going to be the tougher task.
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21/08/2012 2:37:26 p.m.
Julian Assange is only wanted on QUESTIONING!remember these woman invited him home for sex!Remember that these charges were dropped by the Swedish police, then re-open after the wikileaks saga.
18/08/2012 1:00:01 p.m.
kin Chang wrote:
I couldn't understand for asylum for Julian Assange, in United Kingdom, and he is not allowed to come out or will be caught or by storming the building by the British Police force. Look at China, the Blind Activist who not only walk out to the airport when he is in US Embassy in China, but also been treated well, in the hospital and been protected and guard by the Chinese government and approved to fly to the United State. But for Assange, in the Ecuador Embassy in London, is not allowed to peacefully grant asylum and travel to Ecuador, but was persecuted in a way and system contradict to China Communist law and rule. Are not the America or British are freedom of right and Democracy, seems like opposite to me, when you view how China release the Chinese Activist who peacefully walk away and threatened in a very good manner, while the USA demand and help for the release of the Blind Activist. What a contradict to communist law and western law, what happened to the western law anyway, confuse me. Could anyone reply that I can understand.
18/08/2012 12:20:05 a.m.
Nicola Weaver wrote:
Here is a great example of why Julian Assange does not expect help from his own nation:
They are consumed with their own corrupt political agenda, and sell citizens at the drop of a hat, using their closed media to cover their tracks. Read the Australian government emails on there, all unreported over there, of course.
Julian Assange is all too well aware of this situation. He is Australian, so he has nowhere to turn.
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