With one day left before Embassy.Cat drops their final hint, let’s review the last twenty-three days.
DECEMBER 1-12, 2018
For my first post on the Julian Calendar (Days 1-12) see: “Embassy Cat’s ‘Julian Calendar‘”
DECEMBER 13, 2018
For more information on Day 13, Julian Assange’s appeal case in Ecuador, and those shady congressmen who sent a December 11, 2018 letter to former CIA Director and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo about Russian hysteria and Assange check out → “Embassy Cat’s Julian Calendar: December 13th“
DECEMBER 14-18, 2018
Did you know that the U.S. government has been surveilling Julian Assange since as early as 2008? They have. And did you know that @AnonScan dropped a 2011 FOIA request asking if the CIA had ever plotted to assassinate Julian Assange? They did. For more on the Days 14-18) → “Embassy Cat’s Julian Calender: Did the CIA Plot to Assassinate Julian Assange?“
DECEMBER 19, 2018
I left off with Embassy Cat’s December 19th hint: CATfish. In case you don’t know what “catfish” means outside of a southern deep-fried delicacy, the term has been around for years and means someone who pretends to be someone they’re not on social media. They may use a stolen identity, fake pictures, fake stories, or all of the above. According to Merriam-Webster, a catfish is someone “who sets up a false personal profile on a social networking site for fraudulent or deceptive purposes.” So who is Embassy Cat talking about and what do they mean by “Enemies within?” Is this about enemies within the WikiLeaks organizations, the Free Assange movement, Ecuador, the U.S. or U.K. government…or none of the above?
DECEMBER 20, 2018
Yup, Thursday again. Anyone got the scoop on this whole “deju vu” thing? And in case you missed it, December 20, 2018, was the day that two German MPs visited Assange at the embassy and held a press conference afterwards. If you’re looking for two more heroes in the Free Assange story, look no farther → “German Lawmaker Visit Assange; ‘The UK is Damned to Accept and Respect the International Law‘”
DECEMBER 21, 2018
On December 20, 2018, WikiLeaks Editor-In-Chief Kristinn Hrafnsson posted a tweet stating that @wikileaks and three other Twitter accounts associated with WikiLeaks, @assangedefence @wltaskforce @assangelegal, could not be accessed and appeared to be shadowbanned. And make no mistake, he was right. At the time, WikiLeaks was shadowbanned to the point that not one of the account’s tweets showed up in a simple Twitter search.
Later that day @WikiLeaks tweeted that their account had been unlocked and believed that “a denial of service attack had been run against several WikiLeaks and Assange legal accounts to trigger looping security lockouts.” As for the other accounts, @wltaskforce hasn’t tweeted since this summer, @assangedefence hasn’t been active since November 14th, and the @assangelegal’s account appears to be back up and running.
Embassy Cat’s “Silence On Socialmedia” (SOS) comment is likely in reference to the above situation. As for the “door No. 19″ comment,” are they talking about December 19th’s clue about catfish and “enemies within?” Maybe. But they also added “Quiet in Quito” which they used previously in their December 18th clue, “Quito. Quiet.” Does Embassy Cat know something we don’t about Ecuador’s President Lenin Moreno quietly conspiring for a quid pro quo? And how does enemies within and “catfish” which refers to fake online identities play into this? So many question, so little time.
And who’s “quitting the questions?” Genuine truth seekers? Never!
DECEMBER 22, 2018
Day 22 included a search link that takes you to the search results for “embassycat” in Wikileaks latest publication, “US Embassy Shopping List,” which has revealed, among other things, U.S. embassies stockpiling spy gear and cellphone jammers, purchasing devices that can extract data from cellphones, hiring propaganda specialists, sending ICE agents to Ecuador, and conducting half a million dollar renovations on residences in London.
Embassy Cat’s hint also included Santa Claus holding an NSA Christmas ornament along with the phrase “CATch 22 of December.” (and the snow, don’t forget about the animated snow, like an NSA Santa Claws snow globe)
DECEMBER 23, 2018
Okay, here’s our last clue before Embassy Cat drops their final hint tomorrow. Again, it has the same link to “embassy cat” search results via WikiLeaks’ latest “US Embassy Shopping List, and I’m sure there’s something big there, I just haven’t had time to go through the search results.
There’s also this 2010 video embedded in the hint which is hilarious:
As to who’s life is on the fly, let’s hope it’s Julian Assange with some money and a passport in hand, a helmet on his head, and a world of freedom ahead of him.