Yes it will. US citizens just need to access sites in a country with a high density of Telex capable routers.
They already have released an "insurance" torrent: https://thepiratebay.org/torrent/5723136/WikiLeaks_insurance Assumedly, if anything happens to Assange then someone will release the key to decrypt it.
The FAQ is independently written by my flatmate, not by the people actually running the scheme. Thus (I'm guessing) that the answer to this question is just his analysis of the situation.
Major whoops. Not only do they admit it's easy to get around it, they helpfully give you the name of three services to use.
Those details are given by the writer of the FAQ who isn't affiliated with the scheme.
Yeah, except they just tried to put this system in place with barely a blip on the public radar. Most normal people had no idea the internet was under a filtering test.
The funny thing is, this is just what hackers used to do, AKA social engineering. I guess crackers know that as a lone person they can only do so much damage, they need to start replicating their thought processes to run distributed and automated to do anything serious.