Ok, I've been trying to make sense of all the back and forth about this issue but there's too many sources, too many threads to follow.....
However, in my travels i came across a YouTube video entitled "30 reasons assange is in room 101"
I'll paste the link but not sure if that's allowed? Anyway, it's easy to find. I IMPLORE you to go and watch that before i get onto the next bit...
Ok, so, assuming you've watched the video, you will see that there appears to be a possibility that Assange has been taken and his safety maybe at
With that in mind, some of the stuff coming from AnonScandinavia starts to make a little more sense.
They make reference to the embassy cat, ask what does it do (it stands guard/watchful), does it have a name?"If not then perhaps it's a little bit
anonymous". This can be translated as: anonymous watches over Assange.
Now, with the talk in the video about dead man's switches and insurance files, it got me thinking that this could be further translated to: Anonymous
(or parts thereof, perhaps anonscan) take care of the insurance files for Assange.
Perhaps the message here is not to us but to Wikileak, those who have compromised it (if it is) or those who are in the know about Assange's welfare
or even to Assange himself. Perhaps they are saying that, unless they get the prearranged response/code to assure them that Assange is safe they will
dump the insurance files as per the plan.
That would explain the cloak and dagger (they couldn't just come out and say "tell us you're ok or we'll dump the files, aside from anything else it
would make them a huge target if they admitted they held that kind of info) , the deadlines and dates and the bad moon rising/foreboding tone. It
would explain the reference to a contract being made, except it is THEY who are obliged by the contract, and it would explain why they said (in one
tweet) that they anticipated that everyone would "hear from wikileaks within the next seven hours" (which proved to be incorrect).
It would also explain AnonScan's reluctance to divulge information and their trepidation in releasing the information. I assume whatever they have (if
i'm correct in all this) would be HUGE and they absolutely would NOT release it unless they were absolutely SURE they needed to.
I know this is perhaps a bit of a stretch, i'm maybe reaching here,, but this is all I've got after a couple of days of trawling through all this
Sorry i haven't linked all the tweets and letters etc I've referred to but i'm not really on a device that's particularly good for this kind of
ETA: Oh, weird, started writing this hours ago and only just got to posting it up, now i see there's similar posts above. Sorry about
edit on 14-2-2017 by Indrasweb because: (no reason given)
edit on 14-2-2017 by Indrasweb because: (no reason
AnonScan have also just retweeted wikileaks saying that julian assange has activated his twitter account with "we love this one" as the caption
"And this one #rofl" which is a retweet of the julian assange message saying rumours of his death have been greatly exaggerated. In the context of
what i wrote above the tone of the anonscan tweets seem to be mocking rather than celebrating... Could be reading it wrong though...
14-2-2017 by Indrasweb because: (no reason given)