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    Re: Edward Snowden to meet with Ecuador officials, says WikiLeaks

    Quote Originally Posted by solletica View Post
    Assange left the embassy at least an year ago and (possibly) went to Ecuador, or somewhere else.
    LOL no, he is still there.
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    Re: Edward Snowden to meet with Ecuador officials, says WikiLeaks

    Quote Originally Posted by Dittohead not! View Post
    My question on Google was "Does Ecuador have an extradition treaty with the us?"

    the answer was found here was:



    but I didn't read the PDF.

    Why Ecuador, I wonder?
    With the possible exception of the Colombian government and the Brazilian government, most all of south american countries resent the heavy-handed rule of the Wicked Gringo, and have for many years. Bolivia and Ecuador, I'm pretty sure have closed down some military bases used by the US in its drug war.

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    Re: Edward Snowden to meet with Ecuador officials, says WikiLeaks

    Quote Originally Posted by Henry David View Post
    With the possible exception of the Colombian government and the Brazilian government, most all of south american countries resent the heavy-handed rule of the Wicked Gringo, and have for many years. Bolivia and Ecuador, I'm pretty sure have closed down some military bases used by the US in its drug war.
    So, our government has pixxed off the leaders of those nations in waging the so called "war on drugs", and now are reaping the rewards of their actions.

    but, heaven forbid we back off on our war on drugs.

    and now the whistle blower on the likewise heavy handed policy of tapping the phones of virtually the entire nation has a place of refuge.

    Do you suppose anyone in Washington will learn anything at all from that?
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    Re: Edward Snowden to meet with Ecuador officials, says WikiLeaks

    Quote Originally Posted by Dittohead not! View Post
    So, our government has pixxed off the leaders of those nations in waging the so called "war on drugs", and now are reaping the rewards of their actions.

    but, heaven forbid we back off on our war on drugs.

    and now the whistle blower on the likewise heavy handed policy of tapping the phones of virtually the entire nation has a place of refuge.

    Do you suppose anyone in Washington will learn anything at all from that?
    Probably not.

    Going back to the birth of the Monroe Doctrine, the ugly Gringo del Norte has been quite the arrogant pariah in the minds of many down there, usually with just cause.

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