ECUADOR PRESSURED to Censor Julian Assange After DNC Leaks and Criticism of Hillary Clinton

Global Elites want Assange and Wikileaks Silenced…
Wikileaks threw the DNC Convention into turmoil last month after the release of hacked DNC emails that revealed the Democrat Party rigged their primary in favor of Hillary Clinton.

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On July 31, 2016, Julian Assange told CNN Wikileaks has more emails pertaining to the Hillary Clinton campaign.

Since Wikileaks released the DNC emails the Ecuadorian government has come under extreme pressure to force Assange from their London embassy. Ecuador granted Assange asylum in 2012 and the Wikileaks founder has been holed up in their London embassy ever since. British officials promise to arrest Assange if he leaves the embassy.

But since the DNC emails were released the Ecuadorian government has come under pressure to censor Assange.


ElComercio.com reported:

It happens that the author of the mess is none other than the person to whom Ecuador has granted asylum and protection for more than four years. I was the first to say that Assange has, like all human beings, inalienable rights that must be respected. However, an asylee also has obligations can not ignore. should not “perform acts that disturb the public peace or tend to participate or influence political activities” and also must respect and not harm their acts to the country that decided asilarlo.

Unfortunately, Ecuador has not set any limit to the conduct of Assange and allowed to violate his refugee status and who seek asylum taunt. His latest interference in US policy could have consequences worldwide, of which Ecuador, Assange protector, will not leave unscathed. If London has refused to closer ties with Ecuador, because of Assange, Washington is expected to react in the same way. And the United States is our best commercial customer! I said that, once granted asylum, Ecuador is bound to keep. However, given the gruesome performances Assange undoubtedly violate his refugee status should be considered whether its conduct, taken to the extreme, it is a good reason for Ecuador to end such asylum.

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