The Interview might be headed to North Korea, despite the country’s strict ban on outside entertainment and their official condemnation of the film, which depicts two reporters attempting to assassinate leader Kim Jong-un.
How great is this?!? It follows exactly what we suggested here at The Daily Buzz, just yesterday, oughtta happen; inundate N. Korea (DPRK) with this movie AND the Team America movie, both of which poke fun at Kim Jung Ding Dong. BIG kudos to “Fighters for a Free North Korea” for doing what they’re doing here. Of course, they are private, non-profit, organization that could use some help from the Obama Administration, and the rest of the free world. Obama could, with a quick phone call, direct ADM Mike Rogers (who is the Commander of both U.S. Cyber Command AND the NSA) to use the resources at his organizations to ensure that this movie, and any other anti-Kim Jung-un propaganda, is EASILY and readily available to ANY N. Korean citizen. I mean, c’mon.. The NSA has the technology, and resources, to EASILY break through any N. Korean filter or firewall. And now that the DPRK has lobbed the first round at us in this new cyber war, its time we fired back and “fired for effect.” We should give that evil regime some serious pain, and make them wish they had never crossed that line. Its WAY past time that the poor people of N. Korea learned who the Kims REALLY are (NOT the propaganda that’s been literally beat into them for over half a century), and what they’ve done…and who that little man-child tyrant is that is starving them to death.
The FBI has connected North Korea to the Sony Pictures cyberattack, a federal law enforcement source told Fox News Wednesday, hours after the company announced it had scrapped the Dec. 25 release of “The Interview” after a number of major movie chains said they would not show the film.
Well, looks like N. Korea has fired the first salvo in this cyber war. Clearly they don’t want this film to be released. So, they’ve engaged in cyber terrorism. I say we return the favor and make absolutely sure this film breaks through ALL of their firewalls, and that EVERY citizen in the DPRK (N. Korea) gets to see this movie, AND the Team America one as well. The NSA and U.S. Cyber Command (both at Ft. Meade, MD) can easily do that. And, wouldn’t it be delicious to see Kim Jung Ding Dong and his evil regime get faced like that? This story is developing..
In the secretive special operations community, officials are debating whether to tweak tactics for daring and risky missions involving hostage rescue and terrorist targeting that have been compromised by years of detailed news accounts and Hollywood portrayals.
Some of the dangers in a free society.. But, I happen to know personally that U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) is made up of some pretty smart folks who are able to think outside the box. We can sleep better at night knowing that they’ll do whatever they need to do to be one step ahead.
Conservatives have been mocked for insisting there’s an ongoing war on Christmas, but now it looks like they may have simply been ahead of their time.
Hey.. At least the atheists are honest about their war on Christianity and Christmas, lol. Thank God I don’t get their channel. Of course there is a “war on Christmas.” To suggest otherwise is intellectually dishonest, and shows the anti-Christmas bigotry of the liberal left in the media; tools like Jon Stewart, etc. Its not even worth a debate. And, frankly it makes Jon Stewart, Salon magazine, and other liberal outlets look like bigoted fools.