The coolest place on the internet, according to this tagline.
AskArchiveFAQ

I don’t want to judge allegations that have not been proven and would not, in any case, be considered a felony in Latin American, too. It has never been the intention of the Ecuadorean government for Julian Assange not to respond to those allegations.
Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa • Agreeing with many critics of Ecuador, following the country’s decision to grant political asylum to Julian Assange, that the Wikileaks founder should face the allegations of rape which have been leveled against him. While Correa agrees that Assange should not flee from authorities, he also restated his belief that Ecuador’s diplomatic sovereignty should continue to be respected the United Kingdom and other countries. Some inside of Ecuador have accused Correa of grandstanding, by offering asylum to a known whistleblower in an effort to deflect criticism he faces for closing several radio and television networks across Ecuador, ahead of presidential elections this fall.  source (viafollow)
August 22, 2012 // 18:50 // 2 years ago
blog comments powered by Disqus

18 notes from really cool Tumblrs like ours. Click to read.

  1. xxkitties4evaxx reblogged this from postsatire
  2. driftbending reblogged this from orbitingasupernova
  3. surfer-rosa3 reblogged this from postsatire
  4. postsatire reblogged this from orbitingasupernova
  5. blacklaceandcombatboots reblogged this from orbitingasupernova
  6. randomactsofchaos reblogged this from orbitingasupernova
  7. boosaris reblogged this from orbitingasupernova
  8. orbitingasupernova reblogged this from shortformblog
  9. kaliem reblogged this from shortformblog
  10. twisterwitch reblogged this from shortformblog
  11. onehundreddollars said: flee*
  12. shortformblog posted this