Oliver Stone, Noam Chomsky, Tom Hayden Urge President Correa to Grant Snowden Asylum

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Dear President Correa,

We write to urge you to grant political asylum to whistle-blower Edward Snowden.

Snowden’s disclosures have already done much to unveil the alarming scale of U.S. government spying on its own citizens and on people around the world. They have revealed severe overreach by the U.S.’ National Security Agency (NSA), which seeks to gather an overwhelming and invasive amount of information on people within the United States. Snowden has also revealed that the constant NSA surveillance also applies to millions of people outside the U.S., whose phone calls, emails and other communications are also indiscriminately targeted.

These are severe abuses of the basic constitutional rights of U.S. citizens and the rights of people in other nations. Yet rather than focusing on the danger to citizens' freedom and privacy exposed by these revelations, and what reforms are necessary to protect citizens' rights, the Obama administration, the U.S. Congress and much of the media are again focusing their ire on the messenger – the brave whistle-blower who, at great personal risk, decided to step forward and inform the U.S. public about what is being done in their name and what is being done to them. Sadly, a great deal of the media and other institutions that should play the role of watchdog have largely abdicated their responsibility.

We have seen this drama play out several times before under the Obama administration. The administration has charged more than twice as many whistle-blowers under the Espionage Act than all previous presidents combined. These have included Thomas Drake who also exposed wrongdoing at the NSA, and most notably Private Bradley Manning, who stands accused of providing Wikileaks with information that revealed U.S. war crimes, U.S. meddling in other countries’ affairs, and other grave and troubling misdeeds. Manning was held for three years before his trial under conditions that a formal U.N. investigation found to be “cruel, inhuman and degrading.”

Many of us petitioned last year for you to grant political asylum to Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. Assange, who as you know well, has been targeted by the U.S. government for publishing evidence of U.S. war crimes – most notably the “Collateral Murder” video of a U.S. helicopter attack on civilians in Iraq – and other information embarrassing to the U.S. government. The Obama administration’s consideration of Espionage Act charges against Assange and Wikileaks, via a grand jury, and bellicose rhetoric by top administration officials and members of Congress, amount to a chilling assault on freedom of the press. We were glad to see you act to support this vital freedom by recognizing Assange’s political persecution and granting him asylum and refuge at the Ecuadorean embassy in London.

As could have been the case with Assange, Manning’s treatment since his arrest shows that Snowden could be subjected to cruel and unusual punishment if he were taken into U.S. custody. There is also a grave danger that Snowden would have difficulty in receiving a fair trial in the U.S. – a point he reportedly has made in his petition for asylum. Manning’s case also shows that Snowden’s constitutional right to a “speedy” trial might also not be secure. These are all serious examples of political persecution against Manning that may await Snowden if he becomes a U.S. prisoner.

It is no doubt your courageous decision to grant Assange asylum that has encouraged Edward Snowden to also seek asylum in Ecuador. Your choice in Assange’s case was not without consequences; the U.S. and U.K. governments reacted angrily, with British police keeping Assange confined to the embassy. Since Assange is being targeted by the U.S. government, there has and no doubt will be more political repercussions. You knew this and yet you acted in the name of justice, saying “Latin America is free and sovereign and… we'll not put up with meddling, colonialism of any kind, at least in this country, small, but with a big heart."

Charging someone with espionage, who clearly did not commit espionage, is strong prima facie evidence of political persecution. The unprecedented quantity of whistle-blowers that have been charged under the Espionage Act by the Obama administration suggests that it is applying this law in a completely arbitrary fashion. In Snowden’s case what he has revealed are actions by the NSA that violate the U.S. Constitution’s Fourth Amendment protections against “unreasonable searches and seizures.” There is no evidence whatsoever that his revelations have in any way threatened U.S. national security or were ever intended to do so. Yet rather than pursue reforms that would protect the rights of people in the U.S. and around the world, the Obama administration again seeks to silence those who have brought these abuses to light. These are actions of political repression, and you would be right to grant Snowden political asylum.

Thank you for your consideration of our request.

Sincerely,

Oliver Stone, Film Director
Michael Moore, Documentary Filmmaker and Author
Noam Chomsky, Author
Tom Hayden, Author, Peace Activist
Daniel Ellsberg, Vietnam War whistleblower
Danny Glover, Film Director
Amber Heard, Actor
Shia LaBeouf, Actor
John Cusack, Actor
Roseanne Barr, Comedian
Naomi Klein, Author and Activist
Boots Riley, Musician and Community Activist
Andy de la Tour, Actor, screenwriter
Susan Wooldridge, Actor and writer
Emma Thompson, Actor, screenwriter and author
Julie Christie, Actor
Jean Luc Mélenchon, Member, European Parliament; co-president, Left Party of France
Bernard Cassen, professor emeritus, University of Paris; Secretary General, Mémoire des luttes
Juan Cole, Professor of Middle East History, University of Michigan
Cenk Uygur, co-founder, The Young Turks
Thomas Drake, former NSA Senior Executive, whistleblower
Coleen Rowley, retired FBI agent & former Minneapolis Division Legal Counsel, one of three “whistleblowers” named Time Magazine’s “Persons of the Year” in 2002
Ambassador Joe Wilson, Iraq War whistleblower
Jacob Appelbaum, Developer, The Tor Project
Medea Benjamin, Cofounder, CODEPINK
Jodie Evans, Cofounder, CODEPINK
Ann Wright, US Army Colonel (Ret) and former US diplomat
Ray McGovern, Former U.S. Army officer and longtime senior CIA analyst (ret.)
Walter Riley, Attorney; Civil Rights Activist; Chair Haiti Emergency Relief Fund; Chair, Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute
Mark Weisbrot, Co-director, Center for Economic and Policy Research
Ignacio Ramonet, Journalist and author
Fernando Morais, writer
Alicia Lira Matus, presidenta de la Agrupación de Familiares de Ejecutados Políticos- Chile
Martín Almada, Premio Nobel Alternativo de la Paz
Frei Betto, escritor, Brasil
Raúl Zibechi, periodista, Uruguay
Roy Bourgeois, fundador de SOA Watch
Rina Bertaccini, ingeniera geógrafa, presidenta del Mopassol de Argentina y vice presidenta del Consejo Mundial por la Paz
Fr. Julin Acosta, República Dominicana
Juan Manuel Sandoval Palacios, antropólogo y politólogo, Seminario Permanente de Estudios Chicanos y de Fronteras (Dirección de Etnología y Antropología Social, Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, México)
Elisa Mata, activista argentina por la causa Palestina
Susana Pimiento Chamorro, Fellowship of Reconciliation, EEUU
Hervi Lara B., Delegado del Servicio Internacional Cristiano de Solidaridad con los Pueblos de América Latina (SICSAL)
Cristina Coronel, Educadora Servicio Paz y Justicia Paraguay
Marta Almada Denis, Educadora Servicio Paz y Justicia Paraguay
Ramòn Corvalan, Educador Servicio Paz y Justicia Paraguay
Stella Calloni, periodista escritora
Patricio Labra, Servicio Paz y Justicia Chile
Juana Aguilera Jaramillo, Presidenta, Comisión Etica contra la Tortura (CECT-Chile)
Patricio Véjar, Comunidad Ecuménica Martin Luther King, Chile
Pablo Ruiz, Observatorio por el cierre de la Escuela de las Américas, SOAW
Bill Fletcher, Jr., writer/activist
Kevin Gosztola, Journalist, Firedoglake.com
John Pilger, Journalist
Kent Spriggs, Guantanamo habeas counsel
Kevin Martin, Executive Director, Peace Action
Kathy Kelly, Co-coordinator, Voices for Creative Nonviolence
Mark C. Johnson, Executive Director, Fellowship of Reconciliation
Rabbi Michael Lerner, Editor, Tikkun and Chair, The Network of Spiritual Progressives
Norman Solomon, Cofounder, RootsAction.org
Jeff Cohen, Founder of FAIR
Michael Beer, Executive Director, Nonviolence International
Maya Schenwar, Executive Director, Truthout
Michael Albert, co-editor, ZNet, Z Magazine
Robert Naiman, Policy Director, Just Foreign Policy
Sam Husseini, Director, Washington office of the Institute for Public Accuracy
Miguel Tinker Salas, Professor of History, Pomona College
David Blacker, Prof. of Philosophy of Education & Legal Studies, U. Delaware; Editor, Education Review
Marc Becker, Professor of History, Truman State University
Adrienne Pine, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, American University
C. G. Estabrook, Visiting Professor (retired), University of Illinois
Carolyn Eisenberg, Professor of US Foreign Policy, Hofstra University
Peter Kuznick, Professor of History, American University; co-author with Oliver Stone of The Untold History of the United States
Greg Grandin , Professor of History, New York University
Betsy Hartmann, Professor, Development Studies, Hampshire College
Van Gosse, Associate Chair, Department of History, Franklin & Marshall College
Falguni A. Sheth, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Political Theory, Hampshire College
Bob Buzzanco, Professor of History, University of Houston
Vijay Prashad, Professor of History and International Studies, Trinity College
Staughton Lynd, Historian and peace activist
Marilyn Young, Historian, New York University
William Robinson, Professor of Sociology, University of California, Santa Barbara
Sinclair Thomson, Associate Professor of History, New York University
T.M. Scruggs, Professor Emeritus, Univ. of Iowa; Executive Producer, TheRealNews.com

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Dear President Correa,

I am a great admirer of yours and have long defended you against the lies of my government. My government is out of control on the world stage and Edward Snowden risked his life to warn the whole world of a grave danger.

I implore you to grant Edward Snowden asylum and show the whole world how Ecuador values people over capital. This will also help fight the propaganda war my country wages against you.

Edward Snowden blew the whistle not just for the American people but for the whole world including Venezuelans and Ecuadorans who've long suffered from the machinations of the US and its electronic tool, the NSA.

Respectfully and with thanks

Thank you for your consideration to grant political asylum for Edward Snowden.

¡Viva Ecuador!

¡Viva Ecuador!

PLEASE GRANT HIM FREEDOM

Oliver Stone, Noam Chomsky, Tom Hayden (+ YOU) Urge President Correa to Grant Snowden Asylum
Oliver Stone, Noam Chomsky, Tom Hayden Urge President Correa to Grant Snowden Asylum
Submitted by Megan Iorio on 26 June 2013 - 3:12pm

Dear President Correa,

We write to urge you to grant political asylum to whistle-blower Edward Snowden.

Snowden’s disclosures have already done much to unveil the alarming scale of U.S. government spying on its own citizens and on people around the world. They have revealed severe overreach by the U.S.’ National Security Agency (NSA), which seeks to gather an overwhelming and invasive amount of information on people within the United States. Snowden has also revealed that the constant NSA surveillance also applies to millions of people outside the U.S., whose phone calls, emails and other communications are also indiscriminately targeted.

These are severe abuses of the basic constitutional rights of U.S. citizens and the rights of people in other nations. Yet rather than focusing on the danger to citizens' freedom and privacy exposed by these revelations, and what reforms are necessary to protect citizens' rights, the Obama administration, the U.S. Congress and much of the media are again focusing their ire on the messenger – the brave whistle-blower who, at great personal risk, decided to step forward and inform the U.S. public about what is being done in their name and what is being done to them. Sadly, a great deal of the media and other institutions that should play the role of watchdog have largely abdicated their responsibility.

We have seen this drama play out several times before under the Obama administration. The administration has charged more than twice as many whistle-blowers under the Espionage Act than all previous presidents combined. These have included Thomas Drake who also exposed wrongdoing at the NSA, and most notably Private Bradley Manning, who stands accused of providing Wikileaks with information that revealed U.S. war crimes, U.S. meddling in other countries’ affairs, and other grave and troubling misdeeds. Manning was held for three years before his trial under conditions that a formal U.N. investigation found to be “cruel, inhuman and degrading.”

Many of us petitioned last year for you to grant political asylum to Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. Assange, who as you know well, has been targeted by the U.S. government for publishing evidence of U.S. war crimes – most notably the “Collateral Murder” video of a U.S. helicopter attack on civilians in Iraq – and other information embarrassing to the U.S. government. The Obama administration’s consideration of Espionage Act charges against Assange and Wikileaks, via a grand jury, and bellicose rhetoric by top administration officials and members of Congress, amount to a chilling assault on freedom of the press. We were glad to see you act to support this vital freedom by recognizing Assange’s political persecution and granting him asylum and refuge at the Ecuadorean embassy in London.

As could have been the case with Assange, Manning’s treatment since his arrest shows that Snowden could be subjected to cruel and unusual punishment if he were taken into U.S. custody. There is also a grave danger that Snowden would have difficulty in receiving a fair trial in the U.S. – a point he reportedly has made in his petition for asylum. Manning’s case also shows that Snowden’s constitutional right to a “speedy” trial might also not be secure. These are all serious examples of political persecution against Manning that may await Snowden if he becomes a U.S. prisoner.

It is no doubt your courageous decision to grant Assange asylum that has encouraged Edward Snowden to also seek asylum in Ecuador. Your choice in Assange’s case was not without consequences; the U.S. and U.K. governments reacted angrily, with British police keeping Assange confined to the embassy. Since Assange is being targeted by the U.S. government, there has and no doubt will be more political repercussions. You knew this and yet you acted in the name of justice, saying “Latin America is free and sovereign and… we'll not put up with meddling, colonialism of any kind, at least in this country, small, but with a big heart."

Charging someone with espionage, who clearly did not commit espionage, is strong prima facie evidence of political persecution. The unprecedented quantity of whistle-blowers that have been charged under the Espionage Act by the Obama administration suggests that it is applying this law in a completely arbitrary fashion. In Snowden’s case what he has revealed are actions by the NSA that violate the U.S. Constitution’s Fourth Amendment protections against “unreasonable searches and seizures.” There is no evidence whatsoever that his revelations have in any way threatened U.S. national security or were ever intended to do so. Yet rather than pursue reforms that would protect the rights of people in the U.S. and around the world, the Obama administration again seeks to silence those who have brought these abuses to light. These are actions of political repression, and you would be right to grant Snowden political asylum.

Thank you for your consideration of our request.

Sincerely,

Oliver Stone
Noam Chomsky
Tom Hayden
Daniel Ellsberg
Shia LaBeouf, Actor
Cenk Uygur, co-founder, The Young Turks
Thomas Drake, former NSA Senior Executive, whistleblower
Jacob Appelbaum, Developer, The Tor Project
Medea Benjamin, Cofounder, CODEPINK
Jodie Evans, Cofounder, CODEPINK
Ann Wright, US Army Colonel (Ret) and former US diplomat
Ray McGovern, Former U.S. Army officer and longtime senior CIA analyst (ret.)
Mark Weisbrot, Co-director, Center for Economic and Policy Research
Bill Fletcher, Jr., writer/activist
Kevin Gosztola, Journalist, Firedoglake.com
Kent Spriggs, Guantanamo habeas counsel
Kevin Martin, Executive Director, Peace Action
Kathy Kelly, Co-coordinator, Voices for Creative Nonviolence
Mark C. Johnson, Executive Director, Fellowship of Reconciliation
Rabbi Michael Lerner, Editor, Tikkun and Chair, The Network of Spiritual Progressives
Norman Solomon, Cofounder, RootsAction.org
Jeff Cohen, Founder of FAIR
Michael Beer, Executive Director, Nonviolence International
Maya Schenwar, Executive Director, Truthout
Michael Albert, co-editor, ZNet, Z Magazine
Robert Naiman, Policy Director, Just Foreign Policy
Sam Husseini, Director, Washington office of the Institute for Public Accuracy
Miguel Tinker Salas, Professor of History, Pomona College
David Blacker, Prof. of Philosophy of Education & Legal Studies, U. Delaware; Editor, Education Review
Marc Becker, Professor of History, Truman State University
Adrienne Pine, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, American University
C. G. Estabrook, Visiting Professor (retired), University of Illinois
Carolyn Eisenberg, Professor of US Foreign Policy, Hofstra University
Peter Kuznick, Professor of History, American University; co-author with Oliver Stone of The Untold History of the United States

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I think we have given up too many freedoms in the name of security. I support the efforts to have less secrecy in government

President Correa.... Thank you for helping Edward Snowden and Julian Assange!!! We appreciate you. Brooke Passano. California

Please grant Edward Snowden asylum. It is clear that the U.S. Government is unwilling and unable to provide justice to Edward Snowden, or to even look rationally at the acts he has taken, because leading politicians are hysterical in their rage against him because he has exposed their legal and constitutional violations of the rights of the citizens. Thank you for considering his request.

Querido compañero, Presidente Correa,
Tenemos la fé que vas hacer lo que es justo y que vas a darle asilo politico a Edward Snowden como ya lo hiciste para Julian Assange.
Muchissimo gracias por ser el hombre honesto, sincero, justo y valiente que eres.
Un abrazo bien fuerte y revolucionario parati.

I fully support all those such as Edward Snowden who oppose American warmongering and imperialism

Todos sabemos que los Estados Unidos es el gran abusador del mundo, la mayor causa de misería, sufrimiento, destrucción, y muerte por todo el planeta desde la II Guerra Mundial. Lo más importante es que surgen países dispuestos a desafiar a este monstruo arrogante, haciendo lo justo en vez de cumplir sus exigencias imperiosas. Hay muchos los norteamericanos que admiramos aquellos países -- Ecuador, Venezuela, Cuba y otros -- donde la justicia y el bienestar de la gente común y corriente le importan más al gobierno que la avaricia de un elite todopoderoso y cruel. Y que deseamos que los EEUU más pareciera esos países. Al concederle asilo a Snowden, Ecuador les dará un ejemplo a los países sufriendos del mundo que no se puede pasar por alto, inspirándolos a tener valor. Y así, poco a poco, el mundo se librará de la garras del monstruo. Gracias.

The world needs truth tellers and Snowden is a truth teller.

Snowden is a truth teller, and the world needs to know the truth.

Truth telling must be allowed.

Thank you for your cinsideration in this matter.

Thank you.

Please grant Edward Snowden asylum. Perhaps more potential whistleblowers will have the courage to step forward if they see they have a chance at asylum from political persecution. Thank you for granting Julian Assange asylum in your embassy in London.

The Truth will set us Free!

Brave Ecuador is showing the way, not just in Latin America, but in the entire world. While the U.S. government is against you, most of the people of the world, including many in the U.S., are with you. Que viva Ecuador!

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ԱՆՑՆԵԼ ՀԱՋՈՐԴ ՔԱՅԼԻՆ ՀՐԱՄԱՆԻ:

Please grant Edward Snowden asylum. The world is watching and looking for someone to lead the way for justice! Our government promised transparency and now we DEMAND it. No one should be persecuted for exposing a government that corruption that is oppressing it's people!

Thank you for your consideration to grant political asylum for Edward Snowden.

Robert Naiman is a fraud. Wait until you all learn what this man has done and how he ripped off the oublic.

So Edward Snowden unveiled that the NSA and with that the US government is spying on pretty much everyone, and HE is the one that gets charged for espionage??!!! Oh the IRONY... what a bad bad joke!

oh yeah and of course once again the USA threaten Ecuador with sanctions if our government decides to grant asylum to Snowden... guess the USA forgot they haven't extradited several people Ecuador has asked to be extradited (of course they have millions which they actually stole from Ecuador, but as long as you have millions in your bank account it doesn't matter how you got them, it seems)... so yes once again the US government have forgotten that Ecuador is a SOVEREIGN COUNTRY that has EVERY RIGHT to grant asylum to whomever they see fit!! Yes dear US, not only you have those rights, even though you love to pretend that you do and think you stand above everybody else, just a friendly reminder!!

I'm happy that I am not responsible to make the asylum decision, it surely is not an easy one once again, but still I hope my government shows the integrity they did with Assange and doesn't let itself get intimidated by the US and I hope the majority of my compatriots will stand behind our government, as they have so far, shall they decide in favor of Snowden!

Freedom for Snowden!!!!!!!!

As ex USA soldier, Edward Snowden is a friend of peace. I respect him as he changes his mind.

Mr President,
You have taken principled and courageous decisions in the interest of world peace in the past. Mr Snowden's action was of the same order. Please grant him political asylum.

Please give this man asylum. The United States of America has gone power-mad.

Many thanks

President Correa,
You have shown great courage in standing up to the U.S. Government in the past, and I ask that you again exemplify your courage and humanity in granting asylum to the American Edward Snowden. By doing so, you will show the world that you stand on the side of true justice and freedom.
Respectfully,
Darren McMahon, U.S.A.

Dear President Correa,
please grant mr. Snowden asylum, he did the world a courages favor exposing these unbelivable wrondoings by the US government.
You do us all a favor helping him.
You are the only honorabe politian I know.
Big huggs and a thank you!
Sincerely yours,
Ariane Wieser, Germany

I firmly believe that Chalmers Johnson and all the plane spotters in the UK who during WWII did such a good job bringing down the Luftwaffe, as well as the historian Howard Zinn, would urge asylum for Edward Snowden if these folks were still alive. Maybe there are still some plane spotters from WWII who can chime in. Did you folks risk your lives from the threat of Nazi oppression to put up with this sort of U.S.A. aggression? And as for Germans today whose families did not go along with Hitler's plans--and I know there are many of you--is this what you want the upshot of the Marshall Plan to be? Is it? I don't. Support asylum for Snowden now.

ECUADOR: Elementos para otorgar Refugio a Snowden.

1.- Ecuador en su art. 40 y 41 de la Constitución garantiza el derecho al Asilo y Refugio. El derecho al refugio es desarrollado en el Decerto ejecutivo 1182 de 30 de mayo de 2012 que especifica que se entenderá por refugio "Ar tículo8.- Será reconocida como refugiada en el Ecuador, toda persona que debido a fundados temores de ser perseguida por motivos de Raza, religión, nacionalidad, pertenencia a determinado grupo social u opiniones políticas, se encuentre fuera de su país de nacionalidad y no pueda o, a causa de dichos temores, no quiera acogerse a la protección de tal país; o que, careciendo de nacionalidad y hallándose, a consecuencia de tales acontecimientos fuera del país donde antes tuviera su residencia habitual, no pueda o a causa de dichos temores, no quiera regresar a él." en el caso de Snowden existen claros elementos de necesidad de protección Internacional como son:

-Temor fundado de ser perseguida por motivos de opiniones políticas por denunciar espionaje del gobierno de EE.UU. temor que se ha hecho real debido a que el gobierno de su país a llegado a amenazar a los países que posiblemente pueden asilarlo.
- Es muy dificil que se pueda acoger a la protección de su país (EE.UU) debido a que por variar vías han buscado extraditarlo, y en casos análogos no han existido juicios justos.

2.- El hecho de que haya solicitado asilo en Ecuador ya le da derechos como el poder ingresar y permanecer en Ecuador "Artículo 2.- Toda persona podrá invocar la condición de refugiado/a dentro de las fronteras nacionales y se garantizará el acceso al procedimiento p
ara la determinación de la condición de refugiado/a, autorizando su permanencia en el país ha
sta que se haya decidido definitivamente sobre su solicitud", por lo tanto el gobierno de Ecuador una vez que oficialmente leyó la peticion de asilo debe sin reparos permitirle ingresar a Ecuador y de ahí "traquilamente" analizar la petición.

Se necesita tener los cojones bien puestos para hacer lo que el gobierno ecuatioriano esta haciendo. Nunca antes hubo una persona como es Rafael Correa. Tengo fe y el presentimiento que si se le va a dar asilo al joven Snowden.

Dear President Correa,

Please help Edward Snowden. My government is out of control. Our freedom and democracy have been corrupted and compromised and our drone activities are unacceptable.

U.S. citizens need more people like Snowden and Manning to speak out, but after seeing how Bradley Manning has been treated and is still being treated, anyone courageous enough to become a "whistle-blower", would have to be certifiably insane if they did not run from our government after doing so. I believe it takes a supreme act of courage to "whistle blow" on U.S. government activities or programs like those exposed by Manning, and Snowden, under the circumstances that exist in the U.S. today. All Americans have the right and need to know about and be able to protest these government wrong-doings. With the Patriot Act and the National Defense Authorization Acts that have been passed since 9/11/2001, who knows what my government will do next?!

Those with the courage to "whistle-blow", like Manning and Snowden, need some place to which they can flee and be safe from our government's over-reaction and revenge. I hope you will help.

Thank you for giving asylum to Julian Assange. Please grant asylum for Edward Snowden as well.

Our government is headed toward fascism. Whistle-blowers like Kiriakou, Binney, Drake, Aaron Swartz, B. Manning and now, E. Snowden may break the momentum and restore our Constitution.

In your heart of hearts you know the truth , that evil cannot survive in the light. Help mankind right this darkness that has taken over the world. Let light and goodness come forward for the sake of all future generations.
Let there be peace for all people everywhere, let that leader be you. Many will join you, the time has come.

In your heart of hearts you know the truth , that evil cannot survive in the light. Help mankind right this darkness that has taken over the world. Let light and goodness come forward for the sake of all future generations.
Let there be peace for all people everywhere, let that leader be you. Many will join you, the time has come.

Presidente Correa, es usted un hombre valiente y consecuente con sus ideales de libertad y soberanía. Lo felicitamos por su posición férrea y decidida de dar apoyo a Julián Assange y estamos seguros que esta vez no defraudará al pueblo latinoamericano y mundial, esperamos todo su apoyo hacia Edward Snowden.

El pueblo ecuatoriano debe estar muy orgulloso de tener un presidente como Rafael Correa, compartimos ese sentimiento como hermanos del valiente y aguerrido pueblo de Manuelita Sáenz. Cuente con todo nuestro apoyo desde la República Bolivariana de Venezuela.

It should be clear to all by now.

We teach at school to stand at the bully but we act differently . Lets do what it is right. Do not punish the persons that are trying to make this a better country, and the world a better place. This is not a campaign against USA but about making this country a great one, a country that besides his economic and military power is right , follow the true and is a good example to other nations.

It is patriotic to reveal the crimes of our leaders.

Truth can not nor should not be silenced. Protect whistleblowers who disclose the truth to the world. Silence is complicity with crimes against humanity!

I add my plea that Edward Snowden is granted asylum and not persecuted or
prosecuted.

Dear President Correa,

Thank you for standing up to the United States government by giving asylum to Julian Assange. I hope you will stand up for truth and freedom once again, by granting asylum to Edward Snowden.

It is a terrible thing to be a U.S. citizen at this time in history. I am horrified by my government's dreadful abuses of human rights in my country and around the world, its hellish drone warfare, and its wars - and more wars - and still more wars - to take control of natural resources like oil.

Edward Snowden is a brave man who, like you, has stood up and spoken in the service of truth and justice. I hope you will stand with Edward Snowden, as you have with Julian Assange, by offering him asylum.

Sincerely,
Kayla Wildman
California, US

Es lamentable que los grandes medios de comunicación se dediquen a resaltar y calificar la acción de Snowden como una traición a la patria, obviando la gravedad de lo que está haciendo la Agencia de Seguridad Nacional, cual es el control a través de Internet y de todos los medios de información disponibles, de ia privacidad, no solo de los ciudadanos norteamericanos, sino de todo el planeta... Así como suena, del PLANETA. Es intolerable que la paranoya del gobierno gringo los lleve a tal desproporción de acciones. Hay que hacer algo para detener a los que no quieren darse cuenta que el imperio se les está desmoronando.
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Estimado Presidente Correa -

Como un líder que ha representado la verdad y la justicia en su país y el mundo, y que se ha levantado contra el gobierno de EE.UU. al dar asilo a Julian Assange, por favor, hágalo una vez más al dar asilo a Edward Snowden.

Como usted sabe, Edward Snowden es una persona valiente que está siendo perseguido por, como usted, en nombre de la verdad y la justicia. Juntos, vamos a seguir haciendo lo que es justo.

Por la paz con justicia,

No prosecution for whistle blowers.

Truth must not be silenced for democracy to exist!

To those that constructed this letter:

Enormous thanks for taking action and looking toward the ongoing solutions that must be carried out to deal with the information disclosed by Edward Snowden. Many people had the uncomfortable suspicion that the type of surveillance described by Mr. Snowden was taking place, but it ws difficult to process so too many of us stalled at pondering the consequences and left it in the category of unknowns or, worse, decided it was necessary for national security. Snowden had the courage to blow the whistle on the NSA programs that threaten our right to privacy in this country by the iV Ammendment to the Constitution. He needs a safe place to land in the world he sought to protect.

To President Correa:

Snowden's safety is of vital concern for the reasons outlined in this letter and it is foremost a priority in dealing with this matter. He is now a member of a long and growing list of humanitarians that are willing to make tremendous personal sacrifice for the betterment of mankind and the human condition on a global level. I am certain that he is a person that the country of Ecuador would embrace.

Thank you and peace,
Jill Swanson

With your help, may Edward Snowden stay out of the clutches of the US administration, which each day proves itself ever more ruthless and unprincipled.

Este país, pequeño, pero con un gran corazón...

This man did nothing more than inform the people of the USA what their government was doing. The same thing the president said he would do when HE came into office!

Porque Ecuador nunca deje de ser un país donde NO SE RESPETE LOS DERECHOS Fundamentales de una Sociedad y los derechos fundamentales Individuales de las personas, como también tengan cobijo cualquier Ciudadano de esta tierra que vea amenazado esos derechos y apoyo de vuestra nación a cualquier sociedad que vea amenazado tales Derechos. Gracias Presidente Correa!!!!!!
Dear President Correa,

I am a great admirer of yours and have long defended you against the lies of my government. My government is out of control on the world stage and Edward Snowden risked his life to warn the whole world of a grave danger.

I implore you to grant Edward Snowden asylum and show the whole world how Ecuador values people over capital. This will also help fight the propaganda war my country wages against you.

Edward Snowden blew the whistle not just for the American people but for the whole world including Venezuelans and Ecuadorans who've long suffered from the machinations of the US and its electronic tool, the NSA.

Respectfully and with thanks

Please help America right this Constitutional violation. Gracias.

Please grant Snowden asylum!

Please grant Edward Snowden asylum . . we need restored faith in people doing the right things for the right reasons and that is not happening in the USA

Please grant Edward Snowden asylum. We need restored faith in people doing the right thing for the right reason and that is not happening in the USA

Dear President Correa,

Yours is a position of great responsibility.
You have come to represent that which we seek in our leaders, and which had apparently been permanently lost.

I thank you for protecting Julian Assange, the man and his dreams. I thank you also for your consideration of the granting of Political asylum to Mr Snowden.

These men are changing the world. Under your protection these men can continue to change the world, these and all the men like them who, currently quietened for fear, will come forward when they see your protecting wing.

Quite beyond the individual freedom fighters, other nation leaders too may become inspired to come forward and follow your example. Hong kong and Russia are inspired by you, no doubt, for as Mr Assange put it - 'courage is contagious'.

You are the most valiant leader on Earth today. You are leading the world where the world wants it to go and away from the tremendous forces of evil that rule it today. This is where politics meets poetry to make Epic Poetry come to life.

This is the stuff dreams are made of.

May god bless you and that which you represent for we all depend on the valour and glory that you are exemplifying.

Yours most faithfully,

katia Leitao

We must stand behind all whistle blowers. Please grant Edward Snowden asylum and show the world that Ecuador stands for transparency, truth and listens to the people.

Sir,

It is imperative that you grant Mr. Edward J. Snowden asylum in your country in order that he might get his affairs and effects in order to present his case before the United Nations on behalf of a free, equal and concerned world citizenry. Thank you for your time and consideration to this matter.

Dear President Correa:

According to a Time magazine poll 53% of Americans think Edward Snowden did the right thing in leaking the classified material. This number becomes even more powerful when one considers that the entire mainstream media apparatus has turned against Snowden. They presumably did this because they saw the leaks as a threat to both parties and not just one.

I and I'm sure many millions of Americans would be willing to pay more money for Ecuadorian goods, if the price of those goods rose because Ecuador granted asylum to Edward Snowden.

Dear Mister President Rafael Correa,

It is an honor to be allowed to write to such an impressive and outstanding Human Being as yourself.

Since you granted asylum to Julian Assange, I have never stopped keeping you in my daily thoughts with thankful thoughts and wishes of best health and longevity in life and at the head of your Country.

I have started to post some Touristic advertisement about your country and I shall not stop as I know we are all indebted to you after your wonderful humanitarian help. I want to think of ways to help Ecuador since your country needs to be given back from us all here.

I used to be very frightened that something very bad happens to Julian Assange and I now fear a lot for Edward Snowden. So many have been reduced to silence or jailed or disappeared that it is very worrisome to say the least.

I tried to see about the law, but you are best suited to analyse the conditions. I wish someone finds a way to let Edward Snowden find some survival and protection. Kindly grant him asylum and again thank you so much for being such a defender of Justice for those brilliant men with gifted minds.

I am proud of Ecuador I am proud of his President and I hope all the lawmakers in Ecuador find a clause since it is well understood that Edward Snowden needs protection and this as fast as feasible.

Thank you for your consideration and congratulations in being a unique example in the world of amazing qualities.

I really want to visit your country now and i want to help Ecuador somehow.

Please consider ways to get Edward Snowden into Ecuador as a political refugee.

Thank you so much. Muchas Gracias --Que viva Ecuador!
Merci beaucoup.

from Canada

Please Sir, give all consideration to this matter. I am most pleased with the way you are trying to stand with the Truth.

You usaians (yes, USAians, America is all of our continent, not just you) should shut up and go fight your own battles. As an Ecuadorian who trusts his President, I'm sick and tired of people who's trying to make him take bad decisions, and people like you encouraging him. He started a a hope for all of the Ecuadorians, but now he's walking in really dangerous roads. You people from the USA don't even like us (and the great majority doesn't even know where Ecuador is), the people from my country and all Latin America who live in the USA is abused and ill-treated by you, and now, in the light of your own political agendas, pretend to support what we do. If you don't like the way your government act, then go out to the streets, shout and fight for a change, or do what we used to do here when our governments simply didn't work (I won't say it here, go make a little research about the recent story of politics in Ecuador). Go fight your own battles. We have enough trouble in our hands, we don't need to get into more just for someone who has never done anything for a single Ecuadorian.

Standing in Solidarity!!

Dear Mr. President,

What Mr. Edward is doing, as wrong as it might be alleged, is for the right reason. The World and America's Citizens have the right to exist in secure country where their rights to privacy and freedoms are ensured as humans.

Henry David Thoreau

"If the machine of government is of such a nature that it requires you to be the agent of injustice to another, then, I say, break the law."

And Ghandi has said more eloquently, "We seek arrest because the so-called freedom is slavery. We are challenging the might of this Government because we consider its activity to be wholly evil. ... We desire to show that the Government exists to serve the people, not the people the Government."

We support your Country to host this man's request for political asylum. The truth of a dishonest Government needs to be revealed.

Mario Gastelum

PLEASE GRANT MR. SNOWDEN ASYLUM!!

Dear President Correa,

As a U.S. citizen I’m appalled by my countries conduct. I’m certain you would rather trade with nations that aren’t engaged in such blatant corruption, unethical and immoral behavior in order to profit from the working class. By embracing the actions of Edward Snowden you are helping to protect Human Rights around the world, outside the reach of our “bill of rights”. I know you will do the right thing for your people, Human Rights and Edward Snowden. Thank you.

Please save this man from this madness

Born in Iowa, educated throughout the USA and having taught in California, Hawaii, Texas, Iowa, etc. I condemn the Obama Administration, that I voted for twice, for supplying
murderous rebels with weapons and drones to escalate the conflict, assassinating innocent people and fighting to divide nations and demand that Obama stop the killing and end the war cries of the radicals in Congress and the war industry immediately--or be impeached and removed from office so that sane thinkers realize that peace must have a chance to calm the world. The Nobel Peace Prize Committee must demand that Obama return the Peace Prize and step aside.

I salute you for your brave words. I left the USA (I teach in Perú) because of the war years of George W. Bush. I voted for Obama--for peace, and have been guilty of believing in his lies. Not all Americans are as stupid as the warhawks in Congress, and if it was required for me to fight to keep the Americans out of Ecuador and the world, I would do that, as what is happening in Syria is a crime. I support Assad and not the rebels who have neither hearts nor minds to realize the evil they are doing. Fortunately, your good president is working hard to give all Ecuadoreans a chance and a future (all we have in this land south of you is a corrupt Congress and a few very rich overriding the rights of the majority of the people who are not protected by police or justices). It is time that Americans rise up against their government as the founding fathers did when they rose up to overthrow King George III and his government, taking muskets in hands and firing live ammo at the Red Coats. The USA is ripe for revolution and a new beginning.

"This & no other is the root from which a tyrant springs: when he first appears he is a protector"—Plato

Add me to the list

Harry Dillema, human being

Dear President Correa,

I add my voice to those requesting that you grant Mr Edward Snowden political asylum.

I do think that Snowden is a hero. However I wonder why the list of notables listed here do not contain a single name connected to the libertarian movement especially since they have been active in the anti war and pro civil liberties movements for centuries? Do recall thaT Snowden has made two contributions to the Ron Paul campaign and this should suggest to you that he is one of us.

What is horrible is - apart of the situation of Snowden - the failure of courage of the so-called `civilized´ countries to offer asylum...

Asylum for Snowden who did not commit espionage, but who blew the whistle on illegal NSA actions and its coverup.

The whole constitution has been assaulted and insulted by many who are using it as something to ignore.

It takes courage to expose wrongs, but that's what Mr. Snowden has. He deserves a secure port to live with dignity and safety. We owe him much gratitude.

Presidente Correa:

Edward Snowden merece ser libre. Está haciendo una gran labor para el mundo informándonos de los abusos que está cometiendo E.E.U.U.
Por favor ayúdele en su camino a la libertad.

Asylum for Snowden

Please grant asylum to Edward Snowden, truly an example of moral courage and conscience for the world.

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!Viva la Lucha! Gracias, Sr. Presidente Correa. !Viva Equador el Mejor!

Su Exellencia Companero Presidente Correa

My admiration and love for your country, your people, your important work to give Ecuador an independent and sovereign voice and my identification with the process of development in your country is strong since I was working as a swedish volontary within the structure of CESA , Central Ecuadoreana De Servicios Agricolas in 1977-79. I worked in "La Valle de Chota" en el Norte and together with Padre Hernan Rohdas in a small village close to Machala en el Sur.
I sincerely hope that you and your people can take the stand to defend internacional free speech in our common struggle against imperialism.

Bo Modén Retired civil servant Torslanda Sweden

Mr. Presidente, I want to thank you and your country for leadership and courage. Please grant Mr. Edward Snowden asylum in your country and / or its embassies and consulates. English author and intellectual George Orwell recognized the revolutionary nature of truth-telling in an age of deceit. Edward Snowdon along with the others mentioned in the petition are those truth-tellers. Please continue to affirmatively stand on the side of truth and justice.

Democracy in the USA lies in ruins; the truth of Orwell's classic 1984 is here. I am thorougly ashamed to be an American, as this is worse than the McCarthy Age of Fear that I lived through. Only a masochist would rejoice in being called an American. Snowden has exoised the fraud of GW Bush, Boehner, Rand, Obama and others. The founding fathers knew when it was right to change governments; it is time again. I support Snowden and Correa.

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