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No.3001

What are your thoughts on this? Apparently, October 17th went down like this:
1) Assange's internet gets cut off.
2) Evacuation at the City of London Airport.
3) Lift off for a plane titled "Guantanamo Express".
4) The plane landed in North Carolina.

Together with the fact that we haven't seen anything from Julian in a month besides old interviews, the deadman switch tweets, his former lawyer's suicide and so on make me really anxious for him.

https://www.reddit.com/r/WhereIsAssange/comments/59eqkn/whereisassange_megathread/

  No.3002

>>3001
Can we get some sauce with those events?

I believe he is still alive but given all the heat, don't expect him to just waltz over to the embassy window and wave hi to everyone including the snipers camped across the street.

  No.3003

I'm hesitstant to post this, but ithe site hosts the flightradar screenshot I saw somewhere else. Please ignore its tinfoily nature: https://nworeport.me/2016/10/19/fears-grow-julian-assange-was-extradited-on-guantanamo-express/

  No.3004

>>3003
*hesitant, *it
fuarrrking phone keyboards, way to make it seem even less credible

  No.3005

3) Lift off for a plane titled "Guantanamo Express".

cool story bro

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  No.3027

Unfortunately, he's most likely dead.

  No.3030

Assange Timeline:
- Apr 16th: John Jones QC, Assange's U.N. Lawyer dies jumping in front of a train.
- May 11th: Michael Ratner, WikiLeaks' chief counsel, dies of cancer.
- Jul 10th: Seth Rich, DNC staffer who supposedly leaked DNC documents to Wikileaks, is shot in the back and
dies. Nothing is stolen from his body.
- Aug 5th: Edward Snowden (source of leaks on surveillance by the NSA) tweets 64 bit code (potential dead
man's switch),
- Aug 10th: Wikileaks offers $20k reward for information on murder of Seth Rich.
- Oct 7th: Podestamails leaks first batch.
- Oct 14th: John Podesta tweets "I bet the lobster risotto is better than the food at the Ecuadorian Embassy”.
- Oct 16th/17th: John Kerry visits the UK, personally pressures Equador to stop Assange from publishing
documents about Clinton.
- Oct 16th: Wikileaks tweets SHA-256 prerelease keys.
- Oct 18th: Equadorian Embassy cuts off Assange's internet access.
- Oct 18th: Pamela Anderson visits Assange and feeds him a vegan sandwich.
- Oct 18th: Witnesses photograph and report heavily armed police and vans outside Equadorian Embassy, are
barred from approaching and have cellphones confiscated. Live feeds are cut off.
Oct 18th: Fox News reports Assange will be arrested in a matter of hours.
- Oct 18th: https://file.wikileaks.org/file made publicly visible, file dates/timestamps changed to 1984
(Orwell reference).
- Oct 18th: London Airport evacuated due to "chemical attack", potentially used as cover to fly Assange out of
country.
- Oct 20th: /r/wikileaks, /r/dncleaks, /r/wikileakstaskforce and /r/nsaleaks add 21 new moderators and remove
previous mods, all threads about Assange going missing deleted since.
- Oct 20th/21st: Wikileaks tweets 5 tweets with misspelled words. The incorrect letters spell "HELP HIM". The
Wikileaks twitter has never made a spelling error, let alone 5 in two days.
- Oct 21st: Massive DDoS attack on US internet. Wikileaks tweets to imply the attack originates from its
supporters, asking them to stop, no evidence supports claim.
- Oct 22nd: Gavin MacFadyen (mentor to Assange and key player in Wikileaks) dies of lung cancer.
- Oct 23rd: Wikileaks Tweets poll asking how best to prove Assange is alive (he still hasn't appeared on video
or at the window since).
- Oct 24th: Wikileaks Tweets video of Assange and Michael Moore recorded in June.
- Oct 26th: 4chan users successfully successfully decode their first message in Wikileak's blockchain. Threads
are instantly flooded by sh*lls saying that it's not worth looking into. The blockchain is blocked with fees
and 43000 unconfirmed transactions appear in the mempool.
- Nov 6th: Huge DDoS takes down Wikileaks for first time in years.
- Nov 7th: Various entities notice hundreds of Podesta and DNC emails are missing from recent leaks, accessed
with direct entry.
- Nov 8th: Drumpf wins.
- Nov 12th: Assange meets with Swedish prosecutor regarding rape allegations, lawyers barred from attending,
meeting meeting conducted via an Equadorian ambassador (not face to face)
- Nov 14th: Wikileaks releases insurance files, SHA-256 hashes do not match those tweeted in October.

  No.3031

>>3030
>- Oct 18th: Pamela Anderson visits Assange and feeds him a vegan sandwich.
OH SHI- did a nigga just get poisoned?

>- Nov 12th: Assange meets with Swedish prosecutor regarding rape allegations, lawyers barred from attending,

meeting meeting conducted via an Equadorian ambassador (not face to face)
yeah he dead... gg CIA

  No.3034

The "pre-commitment" terminology is consistent with https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Commitment_scheme indicating that the SHA2 hashes could be taken from decrypted files within the insurance files. This would notify an adversary that a specific document was possessed without leaking any extra information. This kind of tactic would likely be used as a bargaining chip in negotiations with the adversary.

  No.3043

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Those most deserving of merit are least likely to receive it.

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  No.3091

Okay hold on can someone explain wikileaks hashing system? Don't they release both the insurance file and the hash? If they were compromised and the insurance file had been altered why would the party doing the altering not also alter the hash they release?

  No.3093

>>3030
events of Oct 20th don't align with what >>3090 's linked imgur album has to say

i'm also curious about this
> Oct 26th: 4chan users successfully successfully decode their first message in Wikileak's blockchain.

  No.3094

>>3093
That's referring to the "H E L P HIM" message, isn't it?

  No.3095

>>3094
yep but why would it happen after their twitter account was supposedly taken over

  No.3096

Nevermind, apparently he's hiding the keys for the insurance files somewhere in his Bitcoin blockchain?

  No.3098

>>3096
Source?

  No.3107

>>3030
>4chan users successfully successfully decode their first message in Wikileak's blockchain. Threads
>are instantly flooded by sh*lls saying that it's not worth looking into. The blockchain is blocked with fees
>and 43000 unconfirmed transactions appear in the mempool.
Is there any actual evidence of this? Searching "wikileaks blockchain 4chan" just turns up the same copypasta that you just posted.

  No.3111

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>>3030
>>3107
On some further looking, it seems to be speculation without any actual evidence. Pic related is the closest thing to a source I could find. Keep in mind this is coming from the same group of people who believe a board on a small website like 8ch is under constant attack by paid $hills for one of the presidential candidates and that those paid $hills also have access to the entirety of the NSA's abilities.

  No.3112

>>3107
no that's all nonsense. Not even FUD, just legitimate schizophrenia. Conspiracy soykaf always attracts crazies.

  No.3113

>>3111
that's some autistic soykaf right there

  No.3114

>>3107
I'm having trouble finding it as well. It's being mentioned a lot and there's corroborating evidence in the form of the blockchain being fuarrrked with but no mention on what they actually found in it.

Between Assange being missing, the DDOS and the blockchain something is going on, though how strong the relation between them is is yet to be seen. At this point, it's reasonable to assume that disinformation is going every which way. What that really means is you need to believe nothing and everything. That is, listen to the things you hear but go and check them as far as you can.

The validity of >>3111 image can be checked and I intent to do so. I'll have a lot on over the next week or so so don't expect me to report back right away.

  No.3115

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"Wikileaks" posting on 8ch

  No.3116

>>3115
>GHCQ
>child exploitation
>Snowden leaks a product of inter-governmental rivalry
>trans-humanist

  No.3117

>>3115
>The NSA is udner the control of technocratic trans-humanist types.
Sounds like a /cyb wet dream

However, the pedophile ring is the main concern. IIRC those suspicious emails were released before Assange was allegedly removed from the Embassy. http://reddit.com/r/pizzagate is the community effort to investigate and it's pretty disgusting what they are finding as the y connect the dots. Check it out for yourself and decide whether these people are wearing tinfoil hats or not.

  No.3118

>>3107
>>3111
This is getting ridiculous. People on 4/p0l/ discussing this keep referring to October 16th as DAK like it's something particularly important, yet no one on there can explain what DAK is or even means other than "it was memed into existence." Why do these people just mindlessly accept and parrot information without the most basic understanding of the information?

>>3115
Yeah, I'll totally believe that, especially the part where he says Tor in its entirety is compromised and then just says "it's technical and complicated" when asked how.


  No.3131

>>3115
To even consider this picture to be close to the burden of proof necessary to make such claims is ridiculous.

  No.3135

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  No.3136

File: 1479612699003.png (1.95 MB, 200x150, Julian_Assange_Bitnik.gif)

https://2hu-ch.org/thread-5b30554cf29073d3aee1a74c298234c8e36a7bad.html

^ has some related crap.

http://www.dailydot.com/upstream/morning-gif-wikileaks-julian-assange-ecuador/

^ some of the pics in the 2hu-ch thread were edited from frames from a gif on that site. pic related.

  No.3331

They could just be blackmailing him in some twisted way .Killing him outright seems just stupid to me.

I'm pretty sure he's prisoner nontheless.

It's 2016, maybe they just low-key lobotomised him or gave him butt cancer so he'll be uselss.


  No.3385

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  No.3452

>>3115
I don't see why we should take anything written in here at all seriously.

That being said, Fuck Assange. Sure, he's done a lot of good, and sure I like a lot of what he stands for, but after he took a job at RT I lost any respect I could've ever had for him, and the fact he consistently goes on RT to criticize various other powers while tip-toeing around Russia and China is shameful.

>>3118
Because P0L is the worlds worst cricle jerk.

I hope he's alive and safe, but I'll never do shit to support him or Wikileaks unless they get rid of him. Anyways, the Net as a whole has a bigger battles to fight right now with invasive bills being passed in the UK and a new FCC that looks to be a total shit-nado.

  No.3473

London Lains, should we hold a candle light vigil outside the Ecuadorian embassy?

  No.3476

nice idea!

  No.3478

>>3473
go for it.

  No.3482

>>3385
What exactly does this prove? Where is the roadblock in these pictures? Why is this crammed into a 1280x720 image instead of having a larger image with decent pictures of road (seriously, my old Gameboy Advance can handle higher resolution pictures than all but the one on the far left)? What's with the third image in the bottom corner that's cut off? Is there any evidence that any of those vehicles were even at the embassy? Why does a good portion of the information pointing to Assange being killed/captured seem to be extremely poor and half assed? Inquiring minds want to know.

  No.3590

>>3478
>we
plural, lain
join the fun on telegram:
https://telegram.me/joinchat/AJ09XT-zKA1xfQrx8ufcIg

  No.3598

>>3452
How to stop activists and journalists.
1) Hound and intimidate them until they no longer feel safe in your country.
2) Hound and intimidate them until they no longer feel safe with your allies.
3) Call them a traitor when they move to a country you're on bad terms with and question their integrity.

  No.3599

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>>3482
I think they are web cams - hence res... I wonder if they are publicly accessible and have checkable history?

I don't see much proof of life yet!

  No.3600

>>3452
>but after he took a job at RT I lost any respect I could've ever had for him, and the fact he consistently goes on RT to criticize various other powers

Well i don't think CNN or the BBC were banging down his door to give him a stage? What did you expect, thy enemies enemy is thy friend!

And he surly deserves some respect, or are you talking about another Julian Assange.

  No.3601

>>3598
4) Accuse them of rape in the court of social media.

  No.3611

>>3600
Wikileaks in and of itself is plenty of a good enough platform. Siding with one evil empire over another evil empire doesn't make either empire less evil.

I always perceived Assange's pivot to Russia and ardent refusal to post and do anything that could be perceived as anti Russian as little more than cowardice since Russia has less of the world eye on it so they find it less difficult to act with impunity.

  No.3615

I think its more a case of they have nothing Russian to publish... if the CIA/NSA/FBI/who ever, wanted to hack some Russian shit and pass the files to wiki leaks I bet we would see em published!

Problem will be that once you piss of china, russia, eu, USA then you need a moon base!

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  No.3799

So Assange's internet was restored the other day. Guess everything is fine now, huh?