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Police enter Ecuadorian embassy building

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posted on Aug, 16 2012 @ 07:38 PM
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I feel you man....this place is just a floating cesspit of corruption,violence and double standards...to all who diss Assange ask yourself what is a australian man brought up on so called rape charges(which is being used as dis info...rape makes the reader automatically think it is a forced act against her own will,rather than a burst rubber!)by a woman from sweden(who in my opinion has been rather quiet) attemping to be arrested in london...where is sweden?? where is australia....this thing stinks,the only countries that have a problem with this are the ones with something to hide....this is disgusting...shows how low us and uk will go to get someone they want!




posted on Aug, 16 2012 @ 07:40 PM
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Thanks for the transcripts. How does anyone in Sweden get a fair trial if they release all of these details before the court case. Hmmmm.

These transcripts are a psyop. The language is psyop. As an example, the stuff in brackets is my explanation.

Julian and Sofia entered the Hötorget tube station where she bought a day-ticket for him, as he had
neither a monthly commuter card nor, he said, any money. (the bum, flat broke is he! It could not be that he didn't have Swedish money cause he hadn't yet had a chance to get any.)

It was dark when they got off the train and they passed old industry buildings where he went off to urinate. She also urinated. (They are a pair, aren't they. Lives in an industrial park where no one cares if you piss in the street. How low can you go)

They took off their shoes and the relationship between them did not feel warm anymore. The passion and
excitement had disappeared. They snogged in the bedroom, but she wanted to brush her teeth. It was midnight, pitch black outside, and they brushed their teeth together, which felt commonplace and boring. (Common as. Not the sort you take home to Mum eh)

They carried on for hours and Julian could not get a full erection. ( Not only is he common, he is also not much of a man.)



Every para has psyop written all over it!

P



posted on Aug, 16 2012 @ 07:51 PM
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This is not an 'Islamic' terrorist'
they're invading the embassy to arrest. It's a guy who's been telling the truth about the New World Order killing machine. Bad timing as well for the New World Order (or maybe GOOD timing?) as Aug 2012 is the anniversary of the riots which shook London. Come to think of it, maybe that's the PLAN. Undercover cops donning their hoods and trainers as I write?



posted on Aug, 16 2012 @ 11:49 PM
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Originally posted by stumason

Originally posted by FFS4000
This is so wrong on so many levels, if we go in we are technically invading another country.


No, it isn't at all. The Embassy remains British territory at all times.


Survey Says! WRONG! Go check the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations LINK and another Less Reliable Link.

It appears that the nation hosting the embassy only has cursory rights. They can request the release into their custody of someone who is under a warrant, but if they enter the embassy uninvited using a police force or military they appear to be in direct contravention of international law, ergo, an act of war.

It would be so much easier if Ecuador simply made Assange a citizen and then made him an ambassador or consul with diplomatic immunity. He could walk out the front doors to a plane and not be legally touched by any police force.

Cheers - Dave



posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 01:00 AM
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Is that condom law in agreement with international human rights law?



posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 02:32 AM
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Originally posted by AndyMayhew

Originally posted by underduck
Did Assange break a British law?


Yes.

He broke his bail.


Did the US break any laws? To find out, read the cables and watch the videos on Wikileaks.
The US should add itself to the axis of evil.



posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 02:51 AM
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Shrien Dewani is wanted in South Africa for MURDER!!! Yes MURDER and the Government in UK is protecting him... but they are doing everything in their power to extradite an alleged rapist.
Total BS



posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 03:33 AM
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Is that condom law in agreement with international human rights law?

 


Now that is why we have political asylum measures that the UK government superseded and now has made it null and void. In a way I am pleased! Let me explain why! Spies have never done any good as a whole they do their evil masters wrongdoings which is why they are covert and as a result wars can ensue from their actions! Now when caught and escaped or close to getting caught these nasty people (remember James Bond is a fictional character!) have no where to hide and if like all the movies race to their embassy for protection no longer will be the case. But on the downside what is upsetting is a foreign national seeking freedom will no longer have a safe haven against trumped up charges. So in the balance is this a good thing. When writing this I did on hind sight the negatives out weight my positives. Many political freedom seekers would not have survived! Listing of Political Asylum Seekers

halfmanhalfamazing Fantastic point and thank you for contributing it as this places a whole new slant on this! IMHO this is showing clearly that the UK is doing this to smoke out Julian for the USA so that Hilliary can Julian to Gitmo. Nobody really believes Julian will be going to the States for a trial!

Do YOU????

If only your point halmanhalfamazing can raised to William Hague in a press conference and get him to explain the UK flippancy on ideology over both situations or better put contradicting himself on live on TV! After all he said he is duty bound! That man is a Charlie Brown (sorry Charlie you have honour Hague has none) and we know Charlie Brown never wins and I truly hope the same for William Hague!

Just like Nobama took credit for a GW initiative on killing Bin Laden for election campaign now he wants Julian as a notch on his belt to assure himself the second term!



posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 04:00 AM
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Journalist over here in Australia (7PM Project) stated, he talked to his good mate, who is a diplomat and he stated that America has something on David Cameron or someone high up in the Govt and using that against Britain. Hence Britan trying heaven and hell to get him. He stated, he is credible and wouldnt make it up.



posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 05:13 AM
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Perhaps the best way to run for it is this?




posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 06:45 AM
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Here is an aticle on some ways he could leave the embassy. I think a diplomatic vehicle driving him out of the country by a car ferry might work.

The Guardian

I would not be surprised, however, if he is somewhere else entirely.



posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 08:00 AM
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Assange and Manning are both heroes - they both went out on a limb and risked everything they had to bring all of you THE TRUTH!

Sorry if that red pill taste nasty and woke some of you sleeping beauties up.

These two men need to be supported not degraded.

I've watched people in power and how they destroy their opposition is called discrediting by any and all means the messenger trying to wake the public up. Pit the public against the very person trying to educate the masses as to what is really going on.

They either set someone up, find out something bad about that person (and we are all human) or as in most cases make up blantant lies and then launch a smear campaign.

I've met some very young women (girls) on chat lines, not knowing I'm a old 59 year old woman that came on to me like you would not believe. These youngsters know stuff I didn't know until I was 18 and they are bold, brass, inviting and again Assange could have been set up or as stated before these are trumped up charges to distract everyone from what he has found out about how we're all getting messed over.

America never truly broke off with the German Queen that sits on a English Throne (Our bankers are so in bed with England it's not even funny). They are at the top of the cabal.

Assange and Manning both should get the Nobel Peace Prize, not Obama.

From what I can see Assange has been framed, unjustly.

When you tell the people what is really going on the big boys that are screwing the rest of us and our planet over good attack the messenger because he/she is a threat to their power games.

But those of you that speak against Assange don't want to see that.

Start reading some of the stuff this guy has uncovered, he's blown the whistle on some of TPTB and they don't like that, they want to keep the rest of you dumbed down, distracted and divided............that works to their advantage.



How easily people are manipulated by the puppet masters.......................Assange brought y'all truth and people don't see how the elite few control the many by their smear campaigns, lies, deceit and distracting everyone away from the shell game being played.

WTFU PEOPLE!

FREE ASSANGE - FREE MANNING and imprison the real mfs, the government, corporate, military heads that are messing over all of us.


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posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 08:09 AM
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Assange now has a lot of information on many of the real powers running the show and they are now out to get him, they can't kill him outright without raising red flags so they are using trumped up charges and smearing his name.

I've watched people in power and they are mostly psychopathic, anything justifies their means.

Assange simply blew the whistle and opened up a can of worms, exposing to the world what who is doing what and the big boys don't like that................they're out to get him and if they can't put a bullet in his head like JFK, They will take him down via smearing his name. That's how they play the game.


Author: Justin Raimondo AntiWar.com Fri, 06 Jul 2012 21:24 CDT
They may get him, but he'll go down in history as a hero

If there was ever a clear cut case of good versus evil, then surely it is the contest between Julian Assange and most of the world's governments. They hate him because he exposed their lies, their manipulations, and their routine violations of the most elementary rules of human decency. By publishing virtually the entire corpus of messages sent to and fro between Mordor Washington and their Nazgûl diplomats in the field, WikiLeaks has given us the true history of the world in modern times, or, at least, a good glimpse into its secret underside historians rarely uncover.

The release of the "Collateral Murder" video showing the shooting of journalists and innocents in Iraq by our cackling wise-cracking US military pilots was arguably the tipping point in the public relations battle, after which support for continued prosecution of the war even among the political elites dropped precipitously and never recovered. It was the 21st century equivalent of the infamous photo of a napalmed Vietnamese children running down a road, an icon of another unpopular and utterly immoral war. That's why Bradley Manning, who probably supplied the video to WikiLeaks, has been held incommunicado for over a year, subjected to treatment the UN defines as torture. He will never get a fair trial in the US.

The US government would dearly love to get its hands on Assange: rumor has it a secret grand jury indictment has already been handed down. And they've devised a transparently brazen maneuver, which reeks of covert activities, in order to to get him: accusations of rape have been made by two Swedish "feminists," at least one of which - a former Swedish consular official in Havana - has ties to Cuban dissidents with CIA connections. I told their story here, here, and here, and won't go into the rather gruesome details of the "case" against Assange, except to note that the narrative his accusers are spinning reads like something out of a very bad spy thriller, the kind with a sleazy cover and a lurid title. In short, just the sort of thing some overpaid CIA bureaucrat - the kind who's writing a novel in his spare time - might come up with.

Once the Swedes get their politically-correct hands on Assange, and subject him to a show "trial," he'll be extradited forthwith to the US, where his lawyers claim he's likely to be locked up in Guantanamo. Assange has wisely chosen not to surrender to British authorities - who have been a key cog in the frame-up machine all along - and has taken refuge in the Ecuadorian embassy, seeking political asylum in that country.

Ecuador is already being threatened with all sorts of retaliation by US government insiders and their patsies, and the pressure is on: if Correa grants Assange asylum, expect the Ecuadorian President to be routinely likened to Hugo Chavez, who no doubt has more than one US covert operation aimed at destabilizing his rule, although cancer may get him before Washington does. With Chavez about to go, the War Party will need a quick LAV (Latin American Villain) replacement, and Correa - who was interviewed by Assange in his last broadcast for "Russia Today" - fits the bill.

Granting the asylum request would be a purely symbolic gesture, and a futile one, as President Correa doubtless knows. Ecuador's London embassy is surely the last stop in Assange's nomadic wanderings: I for one predict he'll never get off British soil. The moment he leaves the embassy and tries to board a plane he'll be apprehended and hauled off to Sweden, and - after the "legal" preliminaries - promptly remanded to US custody. The US and its allies care nothing for diplomatic amenities, legal norms, or international law: they'll brush the Ecuadorians aside so rudely and brazenly it'll make Rafael Correa's head spin.

After all, as Assange and WikiLeaks have revealed, these are the same people who wantonly executed Iraqi children by shooting them in the head, unleashed a killing squad in Afghanistan, and spied on UN diplomats on orders from Hillary Clinton. They are hardly above muscling the Ecuadorians aside and simply seizing him.

The legal and military firepower of three Western powers, the editorial boards of practically every major Western newspaper, all the big-time opinionators and would-be opinion "leaders" - a mighty assemblage is arrayed against this one man and his tiny under-funded organization. His very existence is a "security threat" to their corrupt and secretive regimes, and there was no way he was going to escape his fate. I think he knew that before he undertook his quest - and a quest it is, for knowledge, for real history, for redemption through technology. These causes are inextricably bound up with his personal fate, and the public response to it.

At this point, it would take someone like Ragnar Danneskjold or the Scarlet Pimpernel to guarantee Assange's personal safety. In short, his fate as a martyr to the cause of a free society and a free internet is sealed. Yet the cause he is sacrificing his freedom to is far from defeated: indeed, the story of the persecution and pursuit of Julian Assange and the WikiLeaks organization, when it comes out - and it will - is going to expose how the Smear Brigade works behind the scenes, and how deeply the tentacles of government reach into our supposedly "free" media.

This whole revolting episode is made doubly disgusting by the sickening role the "mainstream" media has played in all this: they are a Greek chorus to their masters in Washington and London, hurling every epithet in the book at the WikiLeaks founder. Their particular hatred for Assange is clearly motivated by the good job he's done in showing them up for the servile hacks they are and always have been: he's done more real journalism than they've done in their entire combined careers. While they are safely "embedded" in the governmental womb, from where they do their "reporting" on America's wars, Assange did the kind of digging they never knew how to do and wouldn't ever have the nerve to do. Reduced to the role of court - as in royal court - stenographers, these frauds are nearly united in their condemnation of Assange, passing along uncritically the Smear Brigade's narrative of Assange-the-traitor-pervert.

The British media has been the worst - people like this, and this, are the scum of the earth - but the Americans haven't been that far behind. Assange has few defenders on the Sunday morning talking heads parade, and that's because the "mainstream" media is just another branch of government, for all intents and purposes. They socialize with the officials they're supposed to be covering, and they all belong to the same elite Washington-New York set: they go to the same parties, their kids go to the same schools, and it's all very cozy. That's what being part of a ruling class is all about - and this one is particularly self-conscious about exercising its prerogatives, and ruthlessly punishing outsiders who dare disobey The Rules.

Rule Number One is: never cross your source. And since the chief sources these "journalists" have are government officials, ex-government officials, or wannabe government officials, they can be counted on to be loyal servitors of power. Aside from those "journalists" directly on the government's payroll - and don't be naïve, there are more than a few - that's one reason why the journalistic pack has been barking at Assange's heels ever since he rose to prominence. Rather than ferreting out government secrets, the "mainstream" media in the English-speaking world see their role as mediators between the truth and government-created fiction. That's the exact opposite of what a real journalist is supposed to do - but what do you expect when you've fallen into an inter-dimensional warp and find yourself in Bizarro World?



posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 08:23 AM
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Right you are................as an American we are a country that employs torture, long imprisonment without a speedy trial and WMD on a common basis.

We bail out banks and large corporations while letting the common tax payer drown in poverty.

50 million of us now have no access to good medical care and many of us (millions) have lost our pensions and now TPTB are going after the Social Security we've been paying into for 40 years. Washington DC is run by thieves and dirty rotten scoundrels just like England.

For crying out loud people, just check out the medical and retirement packages our Congress and Senate get and then check out their "business dealings" you know the corporations that pad their pockets.

There is big money in war and imprisonment (slave labor).

Someone like Julian Assange comes along and tries to wake you wankers up and TPTB launch a smear campaign.

The American Government (not the people - big difference, we're as much a victim as the rest of the world as we no longer have a say in our government) - The American Government as well as the British (who we never broke away from in reality) CANNOT BE TRUSTED.


This whole revolting episode is made doubly disgusting by the sickening role the "mainstream" media has played in all this: they are a Greek chorus to their masters in Washington and London, hurling every epithet in the book at the WikiLeaks founder. Their particular hatred for Assange is clearly motivated by the good job he's done in showing them up for the servile hacks they are and always have been: he's done more real journalism than they've done in their entire combined careers. While they are safely "embedded" in the governmental womb, from where they do their "reporting" on America's wars, Assange did the kind of digging they never knew how to do and wouldn't ever have the nerve to do. Reduced to the role of court - as in royal court - stenographers, these frauds are nearly united in their condemnation of Assange, passing along uncritically the Smear Brigade's narrative of Assange-the-traitor-pervert.

The British media has been the worst - people like this, and this, are the scum of the earth - but the Americans haven't been that far behind. Assange has few defenders on the Sunday morning talking heads parade, and that's because the "mainstream" media is just another branch of government, for all intents and purposes. They socialize with the officials they're supposed to be covering, and they all belong to the same elite Washington-New York set: they go to the same parties, their kids go to the same schools, and it's all very cozy. That's what being part of a ruling class is all about - and this one is particularly self-conscious about exercising its prerogatives, and ruthlessly punishing outsiders who dare disobey The Rules. Credit to author: Justin Raimondo AntiWar.com Fri, 06 Jul 2012 21:24 CDT


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posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 08:35 AM
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Pardon me a moment, but I'm a tech guy, and you need the actual communications hardware to tie the MAC ids to the transmissions , right ?

All of that hardware is gone (pagers & blackberries,ink ribbon, HDD, SD, RAM ) it has been degaussed, wiped7x, and shredded. Evidence Mutilated... even the coin batteries are removed from shredded circuit boards.

After several decades of tuff-as-nails HDD design it's no wonder DOD want to move secrets into the clouds.
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posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 11:19 AM
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I was thinking the same thing. but it would be just that much more arrogant and in-the-uk-government's-face to give Assange actual diplomatic immunity. That uk government and the parasitic welfare case monarchy needs a little "bitch-slapping." Of course, I can't think of any government these days that doesn't need it.

Cheers - Dave



posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 11:22 AM
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Originally posted by UDHR19

Originally posted by AndyMayhew

Originally posted by underduck
Did Assange break a British law?


Yes.

He broke his bail.


Did the US break any laws? To find out, read the cables and watch the videos on Wikileaks.
The US should add itself to the axis of evil.


Any government that supports a central reserve bank or fractional reserve banking system should be added to the list of treasonous governments. I think that only leaves two or three governments that don't need the politicians hung for treason and crimes against humanity.

Cheers - Dave



posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 12:24 PM
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Originally posted by gekko

Police enter Ecuadorian embassy building


www.thelocal.se

Several police officers have reportedly entered the building in London, which houses the Ecuadorian embassy and where WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is holed up, hoping to get asylum in the country.

Ecuador's Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino said Wednesday that it would be "unacceptable" for British police to enter the embassy, but noted that his country "has made a decision" on Assange and will announce it Thursday at 7am (2pm CET).
(visit the link for the full news article)



Yeah, they''ll probably grant him Ecuadorian Citizenship, then make him an instant "diplomat", and give him a "Diplomatic Passport" so he can travel to Ecuador.

That will give him Diplomatic Immunity from arrest, and make it impossible for the Brits to enter the Ecuadorian Embassy to arrest and Ecuadorian Citizen without violating all sorts of international laws, etc..



posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 12:26 PM
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Originally posted by ofhumandescent

Right you are................as an American we are a country that employs torture, long imprisonment without a speedy trial and WMD on a common basis.


There are no laws in America.

There's only the controlled news media.

That's it.



posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 12:57 PM
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That will give him Diplomatic Immunity from arrest, and make it impossible for the Brits to enter the Ecuadorian Embassy to arrest and Ecuadorian Citizen without violating all sorts of international laws, etc..


Problem is, that would count as meddling with internal affairs of the host nation, something not allowed under the same rules barring the British police from entering the embassy.
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