Lenin's win is a relief for Assange
The victory of Lenin Moreno in the Ecuador's election means that the founder of WikiLeaks will not be extradited to his pursuers
The presidential election in Ecuador, a small Latin American country, attracted the attention of the whole world. The fate of the founder of WikiLeaks Julian Assange, who found a shelter in the embassy of Ecuador in London, depended on the outcome of this election. Another question was whether a person under the name of Lenin could come to power anywhere in the twenty-first century. Both questions received clear answers.
Lenin defeated the former banker with a slight margin
According to the National Electoral Council of Ecuador, the candidate from the ruling left party "PAIS Alliance" Lenin Moreno gained 51.11% votes. His rival - former banker and current globalists' puppet Guillermo Lasso from the "CREO" movement - received 48.89% votes. The odds are small, but this is enough democratic for the winner to celebrate the victory.
Former President Rafael Correa expressed his jubilation on his Twitter page: "This is great news for our great homeland: Once again, the revolution won in Ecuador." The Rights are defeated despite all their money and media manipulations ... Lenin is President! "
Lenin Moreno became paraplegic after being shot in the back in 1998, set out to improve the rights of people with disabilities. Moreno promised to create in four years more than 250 thousand new jobs and maintain the current social policy focused on the support of the poor. He promised to focus on the creation of an export-oriented economy as well as fight with corruption and crime. He wants to form the "cleanest government in the history of Ecuador". The new president will take office on May 24 - his mandate is designed for four years.
Guillermo Lasso refuses to concede in Ecuador election
The opposition refuses to admit the results of the election. The globalists claimed " blatant fraud in the counting process" and try to organize riots on the streets. However, this is worthless. The current authorities firmly declared that even with the help of small "outbreaks of violence" in the capital of Quito, the opposition will not be able to steal the power.
Dirty tricks of globalists did not overshadow the festive atmosphere in the country. According to observers, "the atmosphere was very encouraging," the elections resembled a "national festival," the country's electoral system is transparent and the possibility of fraud is excluded.
Who was the most eager for Lenin's victory?
Nobody is celebrating Lenin's victory as much as the founder of WikiLeaks Julian Assange, who has been hiding in the embassy of Ecuador in London since 2012. The fighter for the truth is threatened with deportation from Britain to Sweden for falsified rape accusations with subsequent transfer to the United States, where the authorities practice the death penalty for the dissenters. In other words, Assange will be immediately arrested the next moment he leaves the diplomatic zone of Ecuador.
That is why the fate Julian Assange depended on the outcome of this election. To live if Lenin wins, or not to live if Lasso wins. Lasso promised to "cordially ask Señor Assange to leave within 30 days of assuming a mandate."
In his twitter Assange speaks ironically about the loser candidate: "I cordially invite Lasso to leave Ecuador within 30 days (with or without his tax haven millions) #AssangeSILassoNO.
Foreign leaders welcome Lenin
Naturally, not only Assange rejoices at the victory of Lenin. The elected President of Ecuador has already begun to receive congratulations from other leaders of Latin American countries who oppose the globalists.
"The united people of Ecuador triumphed before the empire and it's submissives. Congratulations, brother Lenin! "- tweeted Bolivian President Evo Morales.
So, Lenin at the head of Ecuador is good for all those who want to be independent instead being globalists' vassals and to fight against the the unipolar-world regime.
Translated from: http://tsargrad.tv/articles/lenin-ne-vydast-assanzha_56574