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Aug. 30, 20120

Pretty interesting stuff going on around Wikileaks and J. Assange





From: Michael Mandeville

Subject: [earthchange-bulletins] [phoenix-quest] Assange and the Attack on the Republic of Ecuador

Date: Wednesday, August 29, 2012, 4:54 PM


MWM: This is well worth the read My hat is off to you Janis for finding and sending this stupendously enlightening piece,


which makes completely comprehendible why Assange and Ecuador are able to make common cause and why the Brits

dare not snatch and grab him out of the Ecuadorian Embassy. (Hint: as seen below, much of South America could end

up harassing the Brits and could easily force a severe embarassment of the British government). MOST IMPORTANTLY,

this piece clues us into the dynamic of what is happening south of Panama ---- it has slipped out of the orbit of the NWO

and it is likely to continue moving progressively further and further away from the Anglo-Jewish-American Empire.




I found this on the 2012 Scenario website. The information is riveting and

very informative. It covers Julian Assange as well as much information on

the Republic of Ecuador. I say "More power to Ecuador," they're on the Right







By Nicola di Cora Modigliani – August 18, 2012




Important Note: Re-edited in English from Google translation by Sandhya



Today we talk of geo-politics and the freedom of information. But what is

happening today technically (i.e. politically) began on 12 December 2008,

though some say September of that year, but it took four years for the shock

waves to reach Europe and America.


The issue relates to Julian Assange, Wikileaks, and the Republic of Ecuador.

Mind you, it was assumed in the entire American continent, Australia, and

Europe that the world was the same as ten years ago. But the world does not

work that way anymore.


In Italy, no one was told of the fight growing between Brazil and the United

Nations, badly managed by Christine Lagarde who heads the International

Monetary Fund, whereby Italy was officially relegated from the eighth

largest to the ninth largest economy in the world. It was overtaken by

Brazil. So at the next G8, Italy will not be invited, but Brazil will. So we

had the decision to abolish the G8 and G10 becoming the new standard.


Europe, with England and Germany at the helm, simply cannot accept the

“Keynesian” triumph of South America. In essence the western guideline

remains: “Let them stay home and remain grateful that we let them survive

like the Africans. Otherwise one by one they will all end like Gadaffi.”


This is the warning in a nutshell So, quietly, South America has in the last

40 days sent three powerful messages; the last and most important was on

August 3, and it was televised live from the New York office of the

International Monetary Fund. Now for some facts.


On 15 June 2012, Julian Assange understands that for him it’s over. He knows

that he will be arrested in Stockholm, picked up at the airport, not by

police forces of His Majesty the King of Sweden, but by two officers of the

CIA and a US diplomat, using specific formal agreements between the two

nations to claim that Assange “actively intervened” in the NATO conflict in

Iraq while the war was in progress. He will then be taken directly to the

US, to the state of Texas, and subjected to criminal prosecution for

terrorist activities. There will be a demand for the death penalty based on

the provisions of the Patriot Act.


So Assange consults with his group, and at 9 a.m. on 19 June, enters the

Embassy of Ecuador. His team opens negotiations with British agents in

London, with the Swedes in Stockholm, and American diplomats in Rio de

Janeiro. They agree to let the Olympics pass, after which he can quietly go

to South America, ‘just do not talk about it.’ But somehow they don’t trust

the Anglo-Americans and rightly so. So they carry out two masterstrokes on 3

August and 4 August.


On 3 August 2012, 16 months ahead of schedule, Argentina President, Cristina

Kirchner, arrives at the headquarters of the IMF in Manhattan, accompanied

by finance minister and foreign minister of Ecuador, Patino, representing

‘Alba’ (Labour Alianza Bolivariana America), the economic union between

Latin America and the Caribbean.


On that occasion, Kirchner hands a cheque of €12 billion to the IMF (whose

loan was due on 31 December 2013). She announces that with this instalment,

Argentina has shown itself to be solvent, to be a responsible nation,

trusted and reliable for anyone who wants to invest money. Argentina in 2003

went in default of $112 billion, but refused to seek cancellation of the

debt; it declared bankruptcy and sought 10 years to return the money,

including interest.


For 10 years, Argentina fought IMF’s attempts to impose restrictive measures

of economic austerity. It opted for a different path, in line with

Keynesianism, and based on financing infrastructure, research, innovation,

instead of cutting expenditure. And it recovered. And it paid off the last

instalment of the IMF loan 16 months in advance. It thus proved once more

that the ideas of the IMF and World Bank on economic ideas are noxious and

wrong headed. TINA (“There is no alternative”) is a lie forced upon the

majority of the world’s population by the oligarchic elites.


Fifteen minutes after making the payment, Kirchner lodges a formal complaint

against the US and UK to the World Trade Organization, on the basis of files

made available by Wikileaks, that is, Assange.


Argentina, having settled the debts, now wants damages; with compound

interest. It’s a fight between Kirchner and Lagarde. Thanks to Assange, as

his team has the transcripts of several conversations in different

governments of the globe, involving the US, Britain, France, Italy, Germany,

the Vatican, where money is the master: Osama Bin Laden has been sent to the

attic and replaced as the arch villain by John Maynard Keynes in the minds

of the financial hegemons.


Assange has become public enemy number one of the great powers since he has

gained the classified records of these long conversations about how to

cripple the economies of South America, how to take away their energy

resources and prevent their recovery; how to prevent their governments from

pushing through Keynesian economic plans instead of applying the dictates of

the IMF, whose sole purpose is to pursue a neo-colonialist policy

principally for the benefit of Spain, Italy and Germany, with British



Most files have already been published on the internet. Those and others

were handed over by Assange in Britain to the Ecuadorian ambassador there.


On August 3 in New York, Ecuador became the first nation in the Americas and

only nation in the Western world since 1948, to apply the concept of

“immoral debt” or the political and technical refusal to pay foreign debts

because they were made by previous governments through corruption, in

violation of constitutional laws and requirements.


On 12 December 2008, Rafael Correa the new president of Ecuador (whose GDP

is around 50 billion euros, or 30 times less than Italy’s) announced on

television that he had decided to cancel the national debt considering it

illegal, because it violated the constitution to oppress the people. Today

in Ecuador, the new constitutional principle is that what is right for the

community is legitimate.


Amount of debt: € 11 billion. The IMF literally expunged Ecuador from the

list of civilized nations. “The country is isolated,” declared Dominique

Strauss-Kahn, then IMF Director General.


The very next day, Hugo Chavez announced that Venezuela would contribute

free oil and gas to Ecuador for ten years. Four hours later, President Lula

announced that Brazil would give 100 tons/day of wheat, rice, soy and fruit

free to feed the population, for a long as the nation takes to recover. In

the evening, Argentina announced it would give 3% of its beef production

free to Ecuador to ensure adequate protein for the population. The next

morning, in Bolivia, Evo Morales announced the legalization of cocaine for

domestic production and collection, and free coca leaves to Ecuador with a

loan of 5 billion interest-free, repayable in ten years in 120 instalments.


Two days later, Ecuador denounced the United Fruit Company and Del Monte &

Associates for “slavery and crimes against humanity”, nationalized the

agricultural industry in bananas (Ecuador is the world’s biggest banana

exporter) and launched a national organic label.


Ten days later, Bavarian Green of Schleswig Holstein, Conad in Italy, and

Denmark, and Haagen Daaz were prepared to sign contracts with the new entity

on the basis of “fair trade”. On 20 December 2008, taking note of the

protest of the United Fruit Company, President George Bush (still in office

until 17 Jan 2009), denounced the ‘criminal decision’ of Ecuador and called

for its expulsion from the United Nations.


Bush said that the US was even ready for a ‘military option to safeguard US

interests.’ The next morning, the powerful New York law firm of Goldberg &

Goldberg submitted that there was a legal precedent for Ecuador’s action.

Six hours later, the US gave up and called on the international community to

challenge the legitimacy of the concept of “immoral debt”.


The United Fruit Company has a record in systematic political corruption; it

was ordered to pay damages of $ 6 billion.


Interestingly, the legal precedent was dated 4 Jan 2003, and signed by

George Bush. Yep. This happened in Iraq, which at that time was’technically’

an American possession since it was occupied by US forces and the interim

government was not yet recognized by the UN. Saddam Hussein had left debts

of 250 billion euros (40 billion euros against Italy, thanks to the

transactions concluded Tareq Aziz, deputy to Hussein and an ally of Vatican’

s Opus Dei), which the US erased by applying the concept of “immoral debt”,

thus creating the recent historical precedent.


New York lawyers for the government of Ecuador offered Washington a choice:

either accept and be silent, or if you challenge the decision of Ecuador

then also cancel yours for Iraq and get the US Treasury to immediately pay

the €250 billion, including compound interest for four years. Obama, not yet

in office but already elected, asks Bush to throw in the towel. The New York

lawyers are paid by the Brazilian government.


Rafael Correa, Ecuador’s president-elect, is not a farmer like Morales, or

trade unionist like Lula, or a military officer like Chavez, he comes from

an upper class family and is an intellectual. He is a graduate in economics

and economic planning from Harvard, and self-described as a “Christian

socialist”. His first official act was to freeze all bank accounts of the

Church’s IOR in Quito’s banks and divert the amount into a social welfare

program for the economically disadvantaged.


He put on trial the entire political class of the previous government, most

of whom were sent to jail, with average sentences of 10 years, confiscated

their property and nationalized it and and redistributed it in ecological

agricultural cooperatives. Correa sent a letter to Pope Ratzinger in which

he called himself “always the humble servant of Your Enlightened Holiness”

and in which he officially bade the Vatican send to Ecuador only “clerics

gifted with deep spirituality and eager to serve the needy, avoiding

profiteers who would incur the rigor of human laws”.


Today, the new South America says no to colonialism and slavery of the

European and US multinationals. For 400 years, ever since Europeans

discovered bananas rich in potassium, Ecuadorians have lived in poverty,

exploitation, destitution, while for hundreds of years a group of brutal

oligarchs got rich at their expense. It is no longer the case. And it never

will be again. The example of Ecuador is alive and can be replicated in any

African or Asian, or European, nation in the world.


But the decisive blow to the system was a bombshell made public on 4 Aug

2012, when Julian Assange assigned the Spanish judge Garzón, the public

enemy number one of organised crime, the most ferocious enemy of Silvio

Berlusconi, and absolutely the most dangerous enemy of the global banking

system, to defend him.


The Spanish judge has 35 years experience and has been responsible for the

prosecution of the most important cases of his country for the past 25

years. He is an expert in ‘media and finance,’ and rose to international

prominence in 1993 after Interpol issued a warrant on his behalf against

Silvio Berlusconi and Fedele Confalonieri (Berlusconi’s right hand man)

regarding transactions involving Telecinco, Pentafilm, Fininvest, Reteitalia

and La Cinq.


From this it came out that the Pentafilm (Berlusconi and Cecchi Gori

members, namely PD and PDL together) bought at $100 the rights of a film

that it sold to Columbia Pictures for $500 to Telecinco that sold them at

$1000 to an Italian network which then ultimately sold for $2000 to Rai, and

so on a total of 142 times. The same film.


That is, the Rai (or us) paid the rights to a film 20 times the value of the

market and bought it three times, so that all parties were taken care of.

When it came to the crux of the matter, Berlusconi was prime minister, and

so Garzón was stopped by the European Union. He got a half victory. Heclosed

the Telecinco and sent its Spanish executives to jail.In 2003 the battle

re-opened, with Berlusconi’s new front Mediaset. Garzón was always there.


In 2006, the Italian government at the time (Prodi & co.) helped Berlusconi

to escape conviction. In 2004, Garzon opened a dossier against Pope Wojtyla

and against the management of the IOR in Spain and Argentina, in relation to

funding and support from the Vatican to the military juntas of Pinochet and

Videla in South America.


In 2010 Garzón resigned under pressure from the Spanish Government, but

before he retired, he opened a law firm dedicated exclusively to

international ‘media & finance’ in The Hague, The Netherlands. And now as

official legal eagle to Assange, judge Garzón has access to 145,000 files

still in possession of Julian Assange that have not been made public. He has

already made it known that his office is prepared to denounce several

Western heads of state to the court of civil rights in The Hague. The charge

will be ‘crimes against humanity, crimes against the dignity of the person.’


The battle is therefore open. It is going to be decisive for the future of

freedom in the network [internet]. In the US, they make no secret of the

fact that they want him dead. So do the British. But they are having trouble

because Assange has taken steps to bring about a global group that deals

with counter-information (real, not the Italian one). Its members are

anonymous. They do not have an identified site. They simply enter the data,

news, information and events. Besides, who wants to know where to look and

who wants to understand? When the temperature rises, everything comes to the



The British Empire has lost its composure and wants to seize Assange who has

access to direct source material. And the mere fact of releasing it in

public turns the tables on those who rule, and reminds the people that we

are caught in an invisible war. The rulers do not know how to stop the

dissemination of information about what is happening in the world.


There are people who risk their lives by the mere act of uploading

information from some anonymous Internet location in Canberra, Bogota or

Saint Tropez. Wikileaks should not be read as gossip. It is not. Its

anonymous team deserves our respect.


We can no longer say tomorrow, “but we did not know”. Whoever wants to know

today, is well served. Just try.


Translated, this means: until we send home the foul political class that

poorly represents us, the chatter will have no effect. Because now we all

know how things are. Otherwise, you cannot complain or be surprised that in

Italy no one has ever spoken before of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, or of what

happens in South America, the furious battle taking place between the

Argentine President and Brazil on one hand and Christine Lagarde and Merkel

other. Why wonder then, that the British want to invade a foreign embassy?

This never happened even in the hottest days of the so-called Cold War. As

they say in South America when someone asks “What do they do in Europe, what

’s happening there?”, you answer “In Europe they sleep. They do not know

that there is life out there.”


Best Wishes, Michael Wells Mandeville,

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