Originally Posted by ChomskyOriginally Posted by OrphanSlug
I see that North Korea has requested a joint investigation of the hack by both NK and USA intelligence.
They have also denied being responsible for the attack. Perhaps the hackers are good enough to leave
a false Internet trail with phantom relays occupying cloud space. To do a movie about assassinating a
living world leader is in extremely poor taste, excepting it is a comedy, but I have always been curious
about how much US Gov't monies are funneled into Corporate Big Media (movies) projects to present
imagery that supports the Gov'ts chosen objectives/propaganda/nationalism. There exists a whole slew
of ignoramuses that think Rambo movies are a history of the Vietnam War. The mythical existence of
POW/MIAs in Vietnam became a National mantra because of the movies, not reality. Anyway, if it
was a movie to demonize Kim Jong Un to influence a National mindset, good it's stopped. If it was a
serious comedy, it will do a proverbial Phoenix and rise from the ashes of obscurity. Maybe Kim was
pissed that he didn't get invited to do a cameo in the movie. After all, it is common knowlege that he
fancies himself a good actor and a handsome profile. On the other hand, if Kim states, "I was really
looking forward to seeing the movie," he'll pop the gasbag that keeps it airborne, or not.
Yes, but not because of terrorism.
One of you will end up here next!
I believe it does reflect bad on us as a society. I generally wasn't very receptive to the "well then the terrorists have won" after 9/11 whenever we did something in response, but in this case I do think they won when Sony capitulated.
If, when defending your support for Donald Trump, and your response is,
"But but but... HILLARY!!!", then you lost the argument before you even began.