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Re: Assange Amazing Adventures of Captain Neo in Blonde Land

Postby seemslikeadream » Thu Dec 22, 2016 1:17 pm

I was thinking of this one NOV 15, 2016 not the one you mentioned 18 June 2015

and what about the people at the embassy wouldn't they notice something odd?

brekin » Mon Nov 14, 2016 2:59 pm wrote:
Morty » Mon Nov 14, 2016 5:53 am wrote:The Swedes are finally interviewing Assange today, apparently.

Though the Guardian puts it thus: Julian Assange faces Swedish prosecutor in London over rape accusation


Well yeah now that he's got immunity with his assistance in the Trump victory.

Mission Accomplished bro!

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Julian Assange Questioned by Swedish Prosecutor in London Embassy
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NOV 15, 2016

WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange was questioned Monday by a Swedish prosecutor at the Ecuadorean Embassy in London over allegations of sexual misconduct, although charges have never been filed. The questioning could last as many as three days. Assange’s Swedish lawyer, Per Samuelson, says he has so far been prohibited from attending the interviews. Assange has been confined to the Ecuadorean Embassy, fearing that if he were to attempt to leave, he would be arrested by British police and ultimately extradited to the United States, where it is believed there is a sealed indictment against him over WikiLeaks’s release of documents.
https://www.democracynow.org/2016/11/15 ... on_embassy


Plutonia » Thu Dec 22, 2016 12:15 pm wrote:
seemslikeadream » Thu Dec 22, 2016 4:26 am wrote:since I have not followed this

what about the people at the embassy?

this happened after the Swedish interview?


Swedish prosecutors have scrapped an appointment to question Julian Assange in London this week over sex allegations, the WikiLeaks founder's lawyers have told Sweden's main news agency.
https://www.thelocal.se/20150618/swedis ... ge-meeting
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Re: Assange Amazing Adventures of Captain Neo in Blonde Land

Postby Plutonia » Thu Dec 22, 2016 5:37 pm

Oh sorry, was in a hurry this morning and didn't check the dates.
The interview was postponed in October:

Questioning of Julian Assange by Swedish authorities postponed
Sweden and Ecuador had agreed date for interview in London over rape allegation, but that is now scheduled for November
https://www.theguardian.com/law/2016/oc ... -postponed


But it apparently went ahead in November but without Assanges' lawyer present:
Julian Assange faces Swedish prosecutor in London over rape accusation
[..]
Isgren is allowed to ask Assange to clarify his answers, but not to put additional questions, and will receive a written transcript of the exchanges from Ecuador after the interview has concluded. Her office has said it will seek to take a DNA sample from Assange if he agrees.

Assange’s Swedish lawyer, Per Samuelson, said he had been barred from the interview. “Ecuador refuses to let me in and insists that the questioning will continue without my presence, against my client’s wishes to have me there,” he told Reuters.

Samuelson said he still hoped to be admitted if the interview continued, “but a good chunk of questioning has already taken place, as far as I understand”.

[...]
https://www.theguardian.com/media/2016/ ... accusation


Someone has put together a timeline of events here: http://whereisassange.com/
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Postby seemslikeadream » Thu Dec 22, 2016 5:54 pm

sorry but I am confused about this ..could you clarify

do you think Assange is still alive?

when do you believe he went missing?

do you think Craig is telling the truth?
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Postby Grizzly » Sat Dec 24, 2016 11:50 pm

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Re: Assange Amazing Adventures of Captain Neo in Blonde Land

Postby seemslikeadream » Thu Dec 29, 2016 4:44 pm

so did this reporter from Repubblica actually see Assange when she interviewed him on the 23 of December? or was she fooled by a hologram?

Julian Assange: "Donald? It's a change anyway"Julian Assange: "Donald? It's a change anyway"
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The interview. The Wikileaks cofounder: "Our source Chelsea Manning tortured in Usa"

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LONDON - When they appeared on the scene for the first time in 2006, few noticed them. And when four years later they hit worldwide media headlines with their publication of over 700,000 secret US government documents, many assumed that Julian Assange and his organisation, WikiLeaks, would be annihilated very shortly.

Since 2010 Assange has lived first under house arrest and then confined to the Ecuadorian embassy in London, where he has been granted asylum by Ecuador. The country's officials judged his concerns of being extradited to Sweden and then to the US to be put on trial for the WikiLeaks' revelations well-grounded.

Repubblica met Julian Assange in the embassy, nicely decorated for the Christmas season. These last ten years have been intense ones for his organisation, but the last two months have been truly hectic: WikiLeaks' publication of Hillary Clinton's and US Democrats' emails hit headlines around the world. The US government hit back, accusing WikiLeaks of having received these materials from Russian cybercriminals with the political agenda of influencing the US elections, a claim some experts question. In the midst of these publications, Ecuador even cut off Julian Assange's internet connection. Finally, in November, Swedish prosecutors travelled to London to question the WikiLeaks' founder after six years of judicial paralysis. In a matter of a few weeks, they will be deciding whether to charge or absolve him once and for all. Next February, Ecuador will be holding political elections. If Julian Assange loses asylum, will he be extradited to Sweden and then to the US?

How did it all start? Back in 2006, why did you think a new media organisation was necessary?
"I had watched the Iraq War closely, and in the aftermath of the Iraq War a number of individuals from the security services, including the Australian [ones], came out saying how they had attempted to reveal information before the war began and had been thwarted. People who wanted to be whistleblowers before the Iraq war had not found a channel to get the information out. I felt that this was a general problem and set about to construct the system which could solve this problem in general".

In a famous interview, you declared that at the beginning you thought that your biggest role would be in China and in some of the former Soviet states and North Africa. Quite the opposite, most of WikiLeaks' biggest revelations concern the US military-industrial complex, its wars in Afghanistan and in Iraq and its serious human rights violations in the war on terror. These abuses have had a heavy impact in an open and democratic society like the United States and produced 'dissidents' like Chelsea Manning willing to expose them. Why aren't human rights abuses producing the same effects in regimes like China or Russia, and what can be done to democratise information in those countries?

"In Russia, there are many vibrant publications, online blogs, and Kremlin critics such as [Alexey] Navalny are part of that spectrum. There are also newspapers like "Novaya Gazeta", in which different parts of society in Moscow are permitted to critique each other and it is tolerated, generally, because it isn't a big TV channel that might have a mass popular effect, its audience is educated people in Moscow. So my interpretation is that in Russia there are competitors to WikiLeaks, and no WikiLeaks staff speak Russian, so for a strong culture which has its own language, you have to be seen as a local player. WikiLeaks is a predominantly English-speaking organisation with a website predominantly in English. We have published more than 800,000 documents about or referencing Russia and president Putin, so we do have quite a bit of coverage, but the majority of our publications come from Western sources, though not always. For example, we have published more than 2 million documents from Syria, including Bashar al-Assad personally. Sometimes we make a publication about a country and they will see WikiLeaks as a player within that country, like with Timor East and Kenya. The real determinant is how distant that culture is from English. Chinese culture is quite far away".

What can be done there?
"We have published some things in Chinese. It is necessary to be seen as a local player and to adapt the language to the local culture".

There is strict control of the web in China...
"China banned us in 2007, we have worked around that censorship at various times, publishers there were too scared to publish [our documents]. The feeling is mixed within China: they of course like to see the Western critique that a number of our publications enable. China is not a militaristic society, they don't see they have a comparative advantage in making warfare, so they presumably like general critiques of war, but it is a society that is authority-structured, which is terrified of dissidents, whereas if you compare it to Russia, it too is an increasingly authoritarian society, but one that has a cultural tradition of lionising dissidents".

Why aren't the US and UK intelligence agencies leaking to WikiLeaks about their enemies, like Russia or China? They could do it using NGOs or even activists as a cover and they could expose WikiLeaks, if your organisation didn't publish their documents...
"We publish full information, pristine archives, verifiable. That often makes it inconvenient for propaganda purposes, because for many organisations you see the good and the bad, and that makes the facts revealed harder to spin. If we go back to the Iraq War in 2003, let's imagine US intelligence tried to leak us some of their internal reports on Iraq. Now we know from US intelligence reports that subsequently came out that there was internal doubt and scepticism about the claim that there were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. Even though there was intense pressure on the intelligence services at the political level to create reports that supported the rush towards the war, internally their analysts were hedging. The White House, Downing Street, the New York Times, the Washington Post and CNN stripped off those doubts. If WikiLeaks had published those reports, these doubts would have been expressed and the war possibly adverted".

WikiLeaks published documents on Hillary Clinton and the US Democrats. How do you reply to those who accuse you of having helped to elect Mr. Trump?
"What is the allegation here exactly? We published what the Democratic National Committee, John Podesta, Hillary Clinton's campaign manager, and Hillary Clinton herself were saying about their own campaign, which the American people read and were very interested to read, and assessed the elements and characters, and then they made a decision. That decision was based on Hillary Clinton's own words, her campaign manager's own words. That's democracy".

Do you agree with those who say that it was a hit job, because you hit Hillary Clinton when she was most vulnerable, during the final weeks of her campaign?
"No, we have been publishing about Hillary Clinton for many years, because of her position as Secretary of State. We have been publishing her cables since 2010 and her emails also. We are domain experts on Clinton and her post 2008 role in government. This is why it is natural for sources who have information on Hillary Clinton to come to us. They know we will understand its significance".

So Clinton is gone, has WikiLeaks won?
"We were pleased to see how much of the American public interacted with the material we published. That interaction was on both sides of politics, including those to the left of Hillary Clinton those who supported Bernie Sanders, who were able to see the structure of power within the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and how the Clintons had placed Debbie Wasserman Schultz to head up the DNC and as a result the DNC had tilted the scales of the process against Bernie Sanders".

What about Donald Trump? What is going to happen?
"If the question is how I personally feel about the situation, I am mixed: Hillary Clinton and the network around her imprisoned one of our alleged sources for 35 years, Chelsea Manning, tortured her according to the United Nations, in order to implicate me personally. According to our publications Hillary Clinton was the chief proponent and the architect of the war against Libya. It is clear that she pursued this war as a staging effort for her Presidential bid. It wasn't even a war for an ideological purpose. This war ended up producing the refugee crisis in Europe, changing the political colour of Europe, killing more than 40,000 people within a year in Libya, while the arms from Libya went to Mali and other places, boosting or causing civil wars, including the Syrian catastrophe. If someone and their network behave like that, then there are consequences. Internal and external opponents are generated. Now there is a separate question on what Donald Trump means".

What do you think he means?
"Hillary Clinton's election would have been a consolidation of power in the existing ruling class of the United States. Donald Trump is not a DC insider, he is part of the wealthy ruling elite of the United States, and he is gathering around him a spectrum of other rich people and several idiosyncratic personalities. They do not by themselves form an existing structure, so it is a weak structure which is displacing and destabilising the pre-existing central power network within DC. It is a new patronage structure which will evolve rapidly, but at the moment its looseness means there are opportunities for change in the United States: change for the worse and change for the better".

In these ten years of WikiLeaks, you and your organisation have experienced all sorts of attacks. What have you learned from this warfare?
"Power is mostly the illusion of power. The Pentagon demanded we destroy our publications. We kept publishing. Clinton denounced us and said we were an attack on the entire "international community". We kept publishing. I was put in prison and under house arrest. We kept publishing. We went head to head with the NSA getting Edward Snowden out of Hong Kong, we won and got him asylum. Clinton tried to destroy us and was herself destroyed. Elephants, it seems, can be brought down with string. Perhaps there are no elephants".

You have spent six years under arrest and confinement, the UN established that you are arbitrarily detained, the UK appealed against the UN decision and lost, so this decision is now final. What is going to happen now?
"That's all politics, that's something that people cannot properly understand, unless they been through the legal system themselves in high-profile cases. This decision by the UN in my case is really an historical decision. What is someone to do when they are in a multi-jurisdictional conflict, that is politicised and involves big powers? There is too much pressure for domestic courts to resist, so you need an international court with representation from different countries which are not allied to each other to be able to come to a fair decision. That is what happened in my situation. Sweden and the United Kingdom have refused to implement this decision so far, of course it costs both Sweden and the UK on a diplomatic level and the question is how long they are willing to pay that cost".

After six years, the Swedish prosecutors questioned you in London, as you had requested from the beginning. What happens if you get charged, extradited to Sweden and then to the United States? Will WikiLeaks survive?
"Yes, we have contingency plans that you have seen in action when my Internet was cut off and while I was in prison before. An organisation like WikiLeaks cannot be structured such that a single person can be a point of failure in the organisation, it makes him or her a target".

Is the internet still cut off?
"The internet has been returned".

You've declared on more than one occasion that what you really miss after 6 years of arrest and confinement is your family. Your children gave you a present to make you to feel less alone: a kitten. Have you ever reconsidered your choices?
"Yes, of course. Fortunately I'm too busy to think about these things all the time. I know that my family and my children are proud of me, that they benefit in some ways from having a father who knows some parts of the world and has become very good in a fight, but in other ways they suffer".

One of the first times we met I noticed a book on your table: "The Prince" by Machiavelli. What have you learned about power in 10 years of WikiLeaks?
"My conclusion is that most power structures are deeply incompetent, staffed by people who don't really believe in their institutions and that most power is the projection of the perception of power. And the more secretively it works, the more incompetent it is, because secrecy breeds incompetence, while openness breeds competence, because one can see and can compare actions and see which one is more competent. To keep up these appearances, institutional heads or political heads such as presidents spend most of the time trying to walk in front of the train and pretending that it is following them, but
the direction is set by the tracks and by the engine of the train. Understanding that means that small and committed organisations can outmanoeuvre these institutional dinosaurs, like the State Department, the NSA or the CIA".
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Re: Assange Amazing Adventures of Captain Neo in Blonde Land

Postby seemslikeadream » Mon Jan 02, 2017 11:20 pm

I guess we will know tomorrow if Assange is alive


Fox News’ Sean Hannity Lands Interview With WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange

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VarietyJanuary 2, 2017


Sean Hannity has landed a sit-down interview with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange that will air Tuesday on Fox News Channel, the network announced Monday.

According to a Fox News release, the two will discuss Russian hacking, the 2016 presidential election, and both the Obama and upcoming Trump administrations. It will air at 10 p.m. on Jan. 3, with additional portions of the interview airing throughout the week.

Assange is currently living under political asylum in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, where he sought refuge from a Swedish investigation into rape allegations stemming from his 2010 visit to the country.

The interview will mark Assange’s first face-to-face cable news appearance. It is not, however, the first time he’s spoken publicly to Hannity. Most recently, in December, Assange called into Hannity’s radio show, in which the host gushed to Assange that “you’ve done us a favor” in exposing gaps in U.S. cybersecurity.

Hannity’s tone on Assange has seemingly changed over the past few years. Previously a critic of WikiLeaks, Hannity has since interviewed him multiple times via radio and phone. In a satellite interview on Fox News in September, Hannity told Assange, “Part of me, in the beginning, was conflicted about you.”

Assange and WikiLeaks were heavily involved in the political sphere ahead of Election Day, with WikiLeaks steadily publishing emails from Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta. There were also embarrassing emails from Democratic Party officials spread by WikiLeaks just before the Democratic National Convention in late July.

Much of the recent news on the election has focused on Russia’s role in the email hacks. Assange has claimed that he did not receive the hacked emails from Russia, and previously released a statement saying that WikiLeaks was not trying to influence the outcome of the election, though he’s been highly critical of Clinton.
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Re: Assange Amazing Adventures of Captain Neo in Blonde Land

Postby seemslikeadream » Wed Jan 04, 2017 12:29 am

well it seems he is alive.. now Hannity apparently doesn't want Julian hung in Times Square any longer.... :P

it seems to me Assange wants to be on Trump's good side

but maybe he's got something on Trump too for insurance purposes :)

WikiLeaks Update: Julian Assange's Whistleblowers Promise More Documents Released In 2017
BY TOM O'CONNOR @SHAOLINTOM ON 01/03/17 AT 1:39 PM


WikiLeaks, which in 2016 released troves of private information related to Hillary Clinton's Democratic presidential campaign, announced Monday via Twitter it would publish more even documents in 2017.

The whistleblower organization did not specify what was in store but alluded to a bombshell, writing, "If you thought 2016 was a big WikiLeaks year 2017 will blow you away. Help @WikiLeaks prepare for the showdown." The transparency group attached a clip from the Sergio Leone's 1966 Spaghetti Western movie "The Good, The Bad And The Ugly" and a link that allowed users to donate to the group.

The referenced film's title was also similar to the subject line of a 2010 leaked e-mail from Brookings Institution foreign policy analyst Strobe Talbott to Clinton regarding the Obama administrations's position on a nuclear deal in Pakistan.

The transparency group, founded in 2006 by Australian computer programmer Julian Assange, has gained international attention for its bulk releases containing sensitive, sometimes confidential information regarding those in government. WikiLeaks posted private information about Clinton's campaign on the organization's website, a move President Barack Obama said was orchestrated by the Russian government to influence the election.


Obama cited the hacks as motivating factor in his decision last week to expel 35 Russian diplomats from U.S. soil, close two Moscow-controlled compounds in Maryland and New York and increase sanctions against Russia. The move was criticized by Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, who stated he would not retaliate against Washington and instead wait until Trump, who has sought closer relations with Moscow, took office Jan. 20.

Assange most recently denied Moscow's involvement in the hacks Tuesday in an interview with conservative pundit and Fox News host Sean Hannity. Hannity flew to London to speak with Assange, who has lived in the Ecuadorian Embassy since 2012 after fleeing sexual assault charges in Sweden he claimed were a political ploy for authorities to extradite him to the U.S., where he fears he could face capital punishment for his electronic espionage.
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Re: Assange Amazing Adventures of Captain Neo in Blonde Land

Postby Grizzly » Wed Jan 04, 2017 12:38 am

Comment of note , from reddit.com

Did anyone actually see Sean Hannity land in England or go to the Ecuadorian embassy? It is supposedly an in-person interview, but how do we know it isn't taking place on a television set at a black op site dressed up to look like the embassy? After all, there have been interviews in that setting before, so the CIA would know exactly how to setup the recording studio.

Technology exists to substitute JA's face and voice onto whatever actor they want. The CIA has the ability to fake even a live interview, so imagine how much easier a recorded one would be to fake.

Still no PGP. Still no wave. Still no live video. Still no explanation for the oddities with WL twitter. Still no explanation on Riseup canary. Still no explanation of what happened to Phase 3. Still no explanation on why the pre-commitment hashes didn't match.


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Re: Assange Amazing Adventures of Captain Neo in Blonde Land

Postby seemslikeadream » Wed Jan 04, 2017 12:47 am

watch a few minutes of it here

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/01 ... mails.html


more of the interview to come later this week


looks alive to me :P

oh and Hannity is in love I think :lovehearts: :love hearts:


oh and another thing ....fuck Hannity and FauxNews

I didn't hear Hannity report that Trump spent New Years Eve night with Joey No Socks :P

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/201 ... cinque-mob

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Joseph "Joey No Socks" Cinque — a convicted felon with ties to notorious Gambino crime family boss John Gotti


so are people saying that the CIA offed Assange and are now using a hologram of him to trash the CIA? :roll:
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Re: Assange Amazing Adventures of Captain Neo in Blonde Land

Postby Agent Orange Cooper » Wed Jan 04, 2017 2:50 am

the first paragraph I agree with, then it goes off the rails. He's alive somewhere, just not where everyone thinks. no trouble believing that was a fake set.

Grizzly » Wed Jan 04, 2017 12:38 am wrote:Comment of note , from reddit.com

Did anyone actually see Sean Hannity land in England or go to the Ecuadorian embassy? It is supposedly an in-person interview, but how do we know it isn't taking place on a television set at a black op site dressed up to look like the embassy? After all, there have been interviews in that setting before, so the CIA would know exactly how to setup the recording studio.

Technology exists to substitute JA's face and voice onto whatever actor they want. The CIA has the ability to fake even a live interview, so imagine how much easier a recorded one would be to fake.

Still no PGP. Still no wave. Still no live video. Still no explanation for the oddities with WL twitter. Still no explanation on Riseup canary. Still no explanation of what happened to Phase 3. Still no explanation on why the pre-commitment hashes didn't match.


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Postby Grizzly » Wed Jan 04, 2017 1:16 pm

the first paragraph I agree with, then it goes off the rails.


Yes, to say nothing of the third paragraph. ...
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Postby seemslikeadream » Wed Jan 04, 2017 1:32 pm

so Hannity is working with the CIA?
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Postby Grizzly » Thu Jan 05, 2017 1:08 am

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Ex-CIA Phil Mudd Calls Julian Assange ‘Pedophile’ on CNN Live TV, Wikileaks Threatens Lawsuit
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