Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Attack on Ecuadorean embassy would be a ‘suicide for Great Britain’

Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa said that an attack on Ecuadorean embassy would be a “suicide for Great Britain because then people could enter their diplomatic premises all around the world and they wouldn't be able to say a thing”.

Correa further adds that “we're hoping for clear and coherent backing because this violates all inter-American law, all international law, the Vienna Convention and all diplomatic traditions of the last, at least, 300 years on a global scale”

Correa questions why “the British say they have no choice but to extradite him but why didn't they extradite Augusto Pinochet?”

It is evident that Britain did not attack Ecuadorean embassy because of the international pressure. Britain does not respect any law or convention. Britain understands only the language of force.

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said, “If the UK did not throw the Vienna Conventions the other night, that is because world is watching. And the world was watching because you were watching.”

The champions of free speech in the West are astounded and they have nothing to say about the violation of diplomatic traditions and freedom of speech. They use freedom of speech as a pretext to pressure non-Western countries.


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