“Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa says a telephoned death threat forced the abrupt cancellation of a presidential lunch with citizens in a town near Quito. Correa read aloud a threat at a news conference that he said the town's mayor received via text message on his cellphone. He said the message threatened multiple deaths along with his own at Tuesday's lunch. News media showed images of police and soldiers with dogs clearing people from the central square of Tabacundo after they had begun dining.” (http://www.foxnews.com/world/2015/04/14/ecuador-correa-says-text-message-threat-forced-abrupt-lunch-cancellation/)
The struggle of Correa to right-off a significant percentage of Equador's public debt is well known. From Wikipedia:
“Correa has called for a renegotiation of Ecuador's $10.2 billion external debt, at 25% of GDP, following the example of Argentine President Néstor Kirchner. In his inaugural address on 15 January, Correa stated his belief that part of Ecuador's external debt is illegitimate, because it was contracted by military regimes. He also denounced the 'so-called Washington Consensus.' Correa has threatened to default on Ecuador's foreign debt, and to suspend review of the country's economy by the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund; indeed, on April 26, 2007, he ordered the expulsion from Ecuador of the World Bank's country manager.” (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foreign_policy_of_Rafael_Correa)
Obviously, the dominant financial system and the global economic elites would receive such actions as a threat to their dominance. The role of Economic Hit Men like John Perkins and their action especially in Latin America is now well known. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Confessions_of_an_Economic_Hit_Man)
Greece and the eurozone are becoming now the new crucial field concerning write-offs of public debts. It is certain that Tsipas administration will receive similar pressures, or even threats, by the global financial mafia after government's decision to form a Commission to audit public debt (http://failedevolution.blogspot.gr/2015/03/greece-forms-commission-to-audit-public.html) because this may trigger a domino of other eurozone countries to follow the same path.
It is important for the Greek people to show strong support to the government especially on this matter because the war will be hard: “It is the first time that the Western elites are in such a difficult position after many decades of complete dominance. Grexit or not, it seems that they are losing control. What will they do then? Actions as usual in order of magnitude: propaganda - soft assassinations - economic hitmen - hard assassinations - color revolutions - military coups.” (http://failedevolution.blogspot.gr/2015/02/german-retreat-gives-chance-for-greeks.html)