I could pit both Assange/WikiLeaks and Ecuador here, but I think I’ll go with Ecuador.
It seems that it was perfectly fine with Ecuador when Julian Assange was interfering with the United States, but now he’s interfering with Spain, and Ecuador can’t have that, so they’ve cut off his internet access at their London Embassy.
You can pit whoever you like, but keep your facts straight. This is from October, 2016:
The government of Ecuador has directed its embassy in London to cut off the Internet access of long-term guest Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, saying the organization’s recent document releases have had a “major impact” on the U.S. presidential election.
The conditions of Assange’s asylum forbid him from doing anything that would undermine Ecuador’s diplomatic relations, and he’s been repeatedly warned not to meddle in politics. It seems they’ve been more than patient with him. Maybe this time his Internet access will be withdrawn permanently.
Sure, pit the country that took this knucklehead in and protected him from sexual assault charges. He’s like the tech version of Harvey Weinstein, and you are more unhappy that Ecuador isn’t doing MORE to protect him? Ha.
What do you think it will take to get him out of the Embassy? No Internet has been done. No electronics of any kind? It’s like grounding a teenager. No video games for a week mister! Just look what happened in Catalonia!