Wikileaks Consultant Disappeared from Norway Since August 20

Luis Castillo
Daily Stormer
September 4, 2018

The last photo of Arjen Kamphuis.

One of the followers of Assange has disappeared.

Maybe I’ll be wrong, but I’m gonna bet we’ll never see him again.

Maybe they black-bagged him, or maybe he got out. We’ll never know.

If they black-bagged him:

Assange set his thing up the wrong way, got a lot of people doxed and bagged, very stupid, got bagged himself basically. As far as “guys getting bagged” goes, you really want to keep things anonymous and use the darkweb and nerd software.

If he walked out:

What a bunch of pussies.

Our solution for that is to just implant hacked pacemakers into our people, and shock them remotely as much as we need to. I’ve got mine – I’ve got Victory in my heart. I love it – and besides, if they black bag me, I’d rather that someone just sends out the signal to kill me remotely.

Hail Victory.

Deutsche Welle:

The internet transparency entity WikiLeaks tweeted on Sunday about Arjen Kamphuis’ “strange disappearance,” saying he has been missing since August 20, when he left his hotel in the northern Norwegian town of Bodo.

WikiLeaks said that Kamphuis, an associate of founder Julian Assange, had a ticket for a flight departing on August 22 from Trondheim, which is over 700 kilometers (435 miles) south of Bodo.

“The train between the two takes (approximately) 10 hours,” suggesting he disappeared either in Bodo, Trondheim or on the train, WikiLeaks said.

A website set up to gather information on the missing person says: “He is 47 years old, 1.78 meters tall and has a normal posture. He was usually dressed in black and carrying his black backpack. He is an avid hiker.”

There have reportedly been two unconfirmed possible sightings, one in Alesund, Norway, and the other in Ribe, Denmark.

Norwegian police started looking into the disappearance on Sunday.

“We have started an investigation,” police spokesman Tommy Bech told the French news agency AFP, adding that so far they had “no clue” where the Dutch citizen was.

The police “would not speculate about what may have happened to him,” Bech said.

Norwegian police can’t legally access his cellphone movement data until Kamphuis is officially reported missing in the Netherlands, according to the Norwegian Verdens Gang tabloid newspaper.

Yeah, they’ll access your phone data before they come to black bag you.

He had travel plans, though.

I hope he’s hiking.

Not me, though.

I’m doing barrel rolls.