BREAKING: Julian Assange Is Under Attack… Loses Internet Link After Bizarre Tweets


After weeks of releasing damaging information that has put Hillary Clinton’s campaign on the defensive, WikiLeaks tweeted that founder Julian Assange has had his “internet link … intentionally severed by a state party.”

The tweet came after a series of cryptic messages on Twitter that had many believing that Assange may have been killed, but were instead cryptographic keys to ensure that information released by the organization had not been interfered with.

The cryptographic messages, according to The Gateway Pundit, were tweeted by WikiLeaks on Sunday afternoon. Many originally mistook them for so-called “deadman’s keys” — essentially, codes to open up damaging information to be released upon Assange’s death. Such damaging information would normally be considered an insurance policy against his assassination or capture by state actors.

However, while rumors exploded that Assange had died, tech website Gizmodo shed more light on what the codes actually were.

“Much as these tweets provide great fodder for conspiracy speculation, the secret to their meaning is hidden in plain sight. ‘Pre-commitment’ in this case is a references to a cryptographic scheme to prevent unreleased information from being tampered with,” Gizmodo contributor Bryan Menegus wrote. “Essentially those unique codes are proof to anyone reading the documents in the future that their contents remain unchanged: alteration to the leaks will likewise alter those 64-character codes.”

However, later in the day, it was reported that something had happened to Assange, although of a different nature:

Assange has been in the Ecuadorian embassy in London since June 2012, as he faces extradition on rape charges in Sweden that he says are politically motivated. In February of this year, a United Nations group found that Assange was being arbitrarily detained, essentially lending credence to his claim.

While neither WikiLeaks nor Assange made any direct accusations regarding who might be behind the interference with Assange’s internet access, one look at the subjects of the pre-commitment codes and his recent focus on the Clinton campaign and the Democratic Party infrastructure leave little doubt as to whom WikiLeaks believes the “state party” to be.

And, considering that the Obama administration has made it clear it intends to declare cyber-warfare on those they believe responsible for the leaks — essentially putting the power of our military behind the Clinton campaign — it’s almost as if we’ve been told to expect this from the government.

In fact, Obama and his administration are now increasing tensions with Russia over the Clinton leaks, although we haven’t seen a whole lot of evidence from them that Putin’s regime is behind the attacks.

It does rather neatly demonstrate the priorities of the administration, though. Invade Crimea, get a half-hearted talking to by Obama. Shoot down a plane, get some mostly useless sanctions slapped on you. But don’t you ever, EVER tell America and the world about just how the Democratic Party talks  behind closed doors, or else it’s GO TIME!

While it’s way too early to say with certainty that Obama or our government played some role in this, if they did, those same priorities seem to have spilled over to this administration’s treatment of WikiLeaks. And if you think this is the end of it… well, you clearly don’t know this president.

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