Just some bloke May 23, 2012, 19:25
Correa appears to be a politician with integrity and a sense of humour. Who knew such a being could exist?

I hope he achieves his goals.

The more episodes I see, the more I realise the power and freedom that Assange and his team are giving to the world - just by exposing the truth.
ECUA-USA May 23, 2012, 19:18
Julian, I tip my hat to you good sir. As an Ecuadorian American, I have been supportive of President Correa’s policies in Ecuador throughout his mandate. However, his true mark as a leader was made evident after your wikileaks about the American Ambassador came to be known. He’s handled the situation like a true leader and your search for truth and transparency gave him the trump card necessary to show the world how devious the US goverment was in Ecuador. Keep fighting the good fight Julian, start considering your move to Ecuador, Im sure President Correa would welcome you, as well as the Ecuadorian people.
Carmen May 23, 2012, 19:03
Nice interview about freedom of speech and about multiple options of economic dependence for investments in the global world. :-)
spktrutht200 May 23, 2012, 18:52
Julian: I was so thrilled to hear Pres. Correa speaking like a true visionary not just for Ecuador but for the world at large. What a great man, we need more people like him around the world to end the madness of WallStreet and the bankster international banking mafia. Only when countries get the Wallstreet banksters, IMF and World Bank out of their country and their finances can those countries develop their country without outside interference. More of this. Julian your the best "journalist" in the world.
maxsom May 23, 2012, 18:02
President Correa, make sure to cashier all military men trained in the U.S. (perhaps you have done so already) and give your people full 2nd Amendment rights (as we say in the U.S.). Perhaps if Zelaya had done so (or been able to do so) Nicaragua would still be in good shape.
Valkyrie May 23, 2012, 17:40
Great interview! Woohooo, Ecuador managed to get rid of the American bases, how impressive. Pity our leaders here in Australia don’t have the cojones to do likewise. Culturally and in many other ways we are owned and operated by the US of A. and continue to be subservient to their perceived entitlement to remain top dog at all cost.
Long Live Occupy Wall Street!!!
David - Perth Australia May 23, 2012, 17:04
Another brilliant interview thank you Julian and thank you Mr President! And the joke is on America. While the USA is enthusiastically killing people, destroying countries, escalating a worldwide depression and generally creating a lot of very angry people - China is quietly expanding its influence worldwide, helping develop more countries and assisting their governments to eliminate poverty.
Freedom Fighter May 23, 2012, 15:21
Rafael Correa you are a wise and courageous citizen of this unjust world. Many politician can lean from your example of leadership. The documentary "Debtocracy" is a great example of your commitment to your country. You should increase your security and take more precautions. Thank you for practicing what you preach, Thanks Julian thanks RT excellent interview
Archbishop Oscar Romero May 23, 2012, 14:44

"The best way for the Church to defeat Marxism is to take seriously the preferential option for the poor"
Carlos May 23, 2012, 14:41
Hello Julian! We need some help in Mexico. Eleccions are in just a few weeks, and the former 60 year rulling party is still very strong due to it´s alliances with the media duo-poly that rules mexico´s minds. students are beginning to react, but the shadow of the past is upon us. this party (PRI) must have lots of leakable stuff! it may be the mexican and latin american spring, which already began in chile, but mexico is more strategic spot due to our neighbour and drug war. This soap opera candidate needs just a leak to be exposed. thanks for everything!