Otto von Bulow May 23, 2012, 22:48
Obama was... selected by the Globalist Cabala when a young man for this very role. He was carefully groomed and financed by it via among other things Zbigniew Brzezinski and the Trilateral Commission. He has never worked yet lives in a multi-million dollar house in the best part of Chicago. He has practically no political experience yet he now holds the most powerful political office on Earth. His origins, birth and ancestry are all swathed in darkness and the American people do not even know if he is indeed eligible for the high office of President.

Moreover, records of his early years and academic life are deliberately made obscure by those protecting him.
Otto von Bulow May 23, 2012, 22:47
Obama,.... if indeed that is his real name, is an enigmatic figure, yet, the Globalist – Cabala, the Evilarchy, via the Bilderberg gathering, selected him in May 2008 to be the winner (just as John McCain was selected the designated loser) in the high farce called the "Presidential Election."

Obama is verily a glove puppet of the Power Elite, the Invisible Money Power, which is the de facto Shadow Government of the World. He is the Banksters’ Boy and p…i…m…p for the New World Order crowd and charged by them to seduce the unthinking masses into accepting the coming draconian measures already prepared for the American people and are supposedly the remedies to the coming crises and chaos carefully planned to destroy what is left of the United States of America founded as a Republic on Christian Principles.

Otto von Bulow May 23, 2012, 22:44
Obama is.... the snake oil salesman the Power Elite have chosen to bring the final curtain down on liberty and freedom not only in in America but also the rest of the world. He is the man designated to be the front man and fall guy of the coming nightmare of created crises and chaos, the organised chaos, of the collapsing World Financial System and collapsing global economy. That is, the Planned Takedown of the World Economy. A meticulously conceived Globalist – Agenda out of which "They" will offer their solutions to the crises and chaos "They" have created. That is, the New International Economic Order of a Global Bank, Global Currency and a Global Governance in which everyone are "citizens of Earth."

Obama is a false prophet of peace whose mandate is to bring the American people into ruin and their society into chaos. Thus, the Bankster Bailout of which he is the figurehead violates all laws of common sense and fiscal probity. For, it is designed to destroy the economy, destroy savings and pensions, impoverish the masses and to bring social chaos in its wake. It is truly the biggest heist in human history. Moreover, it is designed to take everything from everyone and to destroy the middle class. Both prerequisites for the success of the "Big Idea" of the New World Order.
Otto von Bulow May 23, 2012, 22:21
Most Excellent Interview Julian,

what a Man! My hut goes off to President Correra and You. You both are exceptional human beings.
I shall right your names in my Black Book under:

whoisfundingu May 23, 2012, 22:14
After watching shows full of worthless questions, its really time to ask:
1. Who is funding u Julian and y?
2. What are u really trying to do?
3. What really makes u "a fighter for the truth" u r claiming?
4. Why RT is patronizing you this much? Or r they patronizing or u buying space in RT?
5. Who people are you next going to speak to? where is the list?
6. Why we are not supposed to assume that you are just trying to gain the trust of people?

While we don’t really have satisfying answers to this questions and since it is a quite bad time to trust any show ups, its really worthless to spend to much time watching this show!!!

chigoravie May 23, 2012, 21:51
Rodrigo: [...] in a dark and sad reference to the Foro de Sao Paulo, a left-wing, drug-related group of which Ecuador is now part of.

So left-wing is necessarily related to drugs?

I don’t see anything wrong with an interviewer having a clear personal opinion. If anything it becomes more difficult to get a clear idea of things when the interviewer is allegedly objective and impartial. The old idea of journalism was that it did convey an opinion and gave you a perspective on things, not only the facts, which are never completely bare: there is always a point of view, even if you’re trying to present things as impartially as possible. And in this particular case, what’s wrong with agreeing with a president who seems to be putting his efforts into improving the lives of his people, also by ridding the country of a long-lasting economic yoke? Unless you have other proven facts on Correa and would like to share them.
Rodrigo May 23, 2012, 21:02
How anyone can think this was a good interview? Not one tough question. Nothing on China, on human rights and terrible record on environment or higher interest rates on loans. Nothing on Manta base and spike in criminal activity and drug trade. Assange identifies himself with Correa’s plight against the press: "President Correa, I agree with your description of the media". No tough questions about the "communications law". For someone who has staked his reputation and life on the freedom of information, this is particularly damning. He lets Correa get away with saying that he has limited power and that he only "leads". WTF! "It’s a good thing that the influence of the US is decreasing in Latin America". Assange plays to Correa’s speech; pathetic. No comparisons to failed models of other socialist countries when talking about the Washington Consensus. Just a giggle when saying we are going to the "Sao Paulo Consensus", in a dark and sad reference to the Foro de Sao Paulo, a left-wing, drug-related group of which Ecuador is now part of.
This interview was so biased and light that it felt more like a conversation of two who feel they have been wronged by the empire and are sharing their woes. One should see it for what it is. It is absolutely clear Assange does NOT dislike Correa. I mean, he practically worships him. That is no interviewer; no higher-thinker; an absolute putz!
ticopoint May 23, 2012, 20:29
Best interview so far, excellent job Mr.president and Julian ! just keep going !
Pablo May 23, 2012, 20:28
I think the Assange interview was probably one of the best Correa has ever given. The best in the sense that anyone watching it could see a more enlightened point of view than the insane tirades Correa gives every time he speaks. For instance, he starts by calling Correa’s ridiculous answers for what they are, jokes! He gives an alternative to the way Correa has handled the press; although Correa says he actually does do what Assange suggests, it seems to me Assange’s opinion is that Correa is against freedom of press/speech (as he actually is!). Finally, it seems to me Assange dislikes Correa, his condescending last comment to him "don’t get assassinated" was a reference to what a lot of people think of him; that he is a despicable human being (it was also quite funny).

In any case, a short and superficial interview. But one where he at least, at some point, challenges the Ecuadorian dictator.
chigoravie May 23, 2012, 19:34
Loved this interview but the previous one too. It’s great to be able to listen to voices otherwise unheard, and with different ideas and political stances. Really hope there will be more after the 12th episode...