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  1. Ok, I’m not an expert at the exact details of international law, but I was just wondering:

    What would happen if Ecuador would send an helicopter to pick up Assage from the roof of the embassy and fly him to somewhere outside the UK to be transported to Ecuador in an Ecuadorian plane?

    Ships carry the flag of a land and if I’m not mistaken that flag/land determines the law that applies onboard of that ship.

    The UK could not just risk shooting a helicopter of another sovereign nation out of the sky right above London I assume?!?

    There’s the thing about being allowed entry into their airspace though, contrary to ships in international waters…

  2. With all due respect to Paul Craig Roberts who I am a big fan of, I am a little confused by this article. Is Assange wanted in Sweden on some charge having to do with not using a condom? Assange should get the celebrity seeking Swedish girls in the Embassy as well. The paparazzi would love it and the story would take on a whole new dimension. There is something about the phrase”celebrity seeking Swedish girls” which reels you in. Like monkeys wearing suits, and midgets, you can just never get enough of Swedish girls on a romp.

    I never followed the Assange story. I just assumed he was some zionist stooge leaking info on orders of Netanyahu and company. Maybe he still is and this is all about Assange getting Hillary Clinton mad with some revealing info. This sort of has her fingerprints all over it.

  3. You should probably read JPF books before making claims like that.

    And why would investment houses care about holding on to Argentina’s currency?

  4. Notice also that the administration of President Cristina Fern√°ndez de Kirchner of Argentina just passed a law preventing ships flying British flags from coming into Argentine’s ports, this in light of the City of London making it difficult for Argentine’s currency to leave the country.

    1. It would be nice if the “reply button” worked consistently:

      HAL838:

      You should probably read JPF books before making claims like that. The Japanese military may very well have had reason to hope after the first A bomb was dropped on Japan.

      And why would investment houses care about holding on to Argentina’s currency?

      1. I’ve read them all except for the first ones out of Oxford.
        What does that have to do with Japanese spies
        that relay info?…they didn’t know they were losing (?)

        Or Argentina…who said anything about Argentine currency?

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