This video by Truthstream Media does a great job of putting forth ALL concerns we may have about what’s going on with Assange and WikiLeaks.
There has been no verifiable proof that Julian Assange has been alive since October 3rd, when he last appeared at the window of the Ecuadorial Embassy. The John Pilger interview posted on the eve of he US Presidential Election, on November 5th doesn’t contain any specific information to suggest that it was filmed after October 3rd. Plus, it contains bizarre editing artifacts which cause one to wonder whether or not if, in this age of CGI, what we are shown is real and not the product of software developed by the students at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, the Max Planck Institute for Informatics and Stanford University which I blogged about last March.
Called Face2Face, this technology seamlessly and completely alters the facial expressions of on-air subjects in live-streaming television. It’s highly unlikely that John Pilger would willingly participate in such a ruse – unless that wasn’t him, either.
Assange’s Internet connection was cut off (allegedly by the Ecuadorian Embassy) on October 17th, the day after US Secretary of State, John Kerry arrived in London, according to this timeline put together by Regated.com.
WikiLeaks’ Twitter posts have since contained typos for the first time ever. When the wrong letters are strung together, they read HELPHIM. There have been several other reasons to give people legitimate doubts as to whether WikiLeaks is still in control of its website, including their annoyed tweets aimed at supporters, who would like to see proof that Julian Assange is actually alive.
On November 25th, human rights activist and former UK Ambassador to Uzbekistan, Craig Murray posted on his site that he’d just had dinner with Julian Assange and Yanis Varoufakis, noting that the former had a cold. Like John Pilger, Craig Murray is a notable person who one would never expect to perpetrate lies about Assange’s well-being.
The following day, Assange participated, audio-only in the Free Connected Minds Conference, after which a recording was made by Palestinian human rights activist, Youmna Naufal, in which he doesn’t sound much like himself – however, it’s conceivable it’s what he might sound like, if he did have a cold.