Despite all the difficulties the faced in 2012, vowed to publish some 1,000,000 new documents in the coming year.
In his he called for people to continue fighting for democracy “from Tahrir to .”
he cyber world is abuzz with speculation about possible topics of an upcoming speech by the WikiLeaks founder. Julian Assange is due to appear on a low-level balcony of London’s Embassy at 19:00 Thursday to deliver his Christmas speech.
Not much is known about the subject of Assange’s address, but he recently confirmed intentions to run as a candidate for the in 2013.
Speculation is also rife that he will use the occasion to officially launch a WikiLeaks political party.
WikiLeaks’ has taken on a festive spirit ahead of the Australian’s public appearance, tweeting, “Julian Assange to give speech at Ecuador Embassy. Bring candles & come enjoy some !”