North Korea scares American Movie corporation into a submissive position.

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Like any great believer in liberty, Sony Pictures Entertainment--while in the militarily weakest country on the planet--has announced to cancel the theatrical run for James Franco and Seth Rogen's edgy comedy 'The Interview', which happens to be about assassinating Kim Jong-un The Great--the loving, well-toned and fashion-forward dictator from North Korea. After North Korea learned of this top secrete American propaganda, he did the unthinkable and had his very talented government hack the impenetrable computer systems of parent company Sony Pictures Entertainment. North Korea, with it's terrifying weapons of intelligence, demonstrated its sheer power and published some very serious emails from Sony Pictures and spoiled all of America about upcoming films. Just as things looked like they couldn't get worse, North Korea further demonstrated their strength by threatening to terrorize a country oceans away, with a military defense that surely couldn't blow them away with a fucking sneeze, and eventually, after Sony realized they were clearly messing with the wrong guys, the only course of action Sony thought logical was to bend over and take one from the powerful and handsome Kim Jong-un and hope that Kim Jong, with all his god-like qualities, would spare us from any hellish nightmares.

Here is video proof of an example of their possible terrorism, note, it is from CNN so it might be exaggerated slightly;

























































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Clearly Charlie Chaplin was the bravest man on the fucking planet for creating and publishing The Great Dictator if people in today's day and age are afraid of morons like the North Korean government.


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Sony Pictures is American, but Sony Corporation isn't American. It's Japanese. Japan is a bit closer to North Korea. Certainly within missile range.
 

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We've got their fucking back, Jesse. :mokken: Ain't nobody gonna touch one of our bitches. Besides, they threatened American theaters. And as demonstrated, North Korea isn't capable of much more than drooling on themselves and oppressing powerless and weak people. :pooley:

You do not negotiate with terrorists, plain and simple. Now the rest of the world looks like they actually fear this lumpy-turd, think of how much hope was just crushed for Koreans looking to us for leadership and rescue. But, of course, we haven't done much of anything for them as is, so there's that.

Sony needs to hire Les Grossman or at least replied with all these gifs



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[h=1]Sony Is Streaming 'The Interview' Starting Today[/h]http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/sony-hack/sony-streaming-interview-starting-today-n274401
 

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I'm pretty late to this, but do you really believe that North Korea were behind this? The Interview was in pre-production for a good couple of years before its proposed release, and North Korea learned of it a long time ago. Understandably they weren't best pleased with it, but an agreement was actually reached around October last year where a key scene (no one is quite sure what the content of it was) was to be dropped from the final cut, and Sony would digitally alter some pins on the military uniforms portrayed in the film so that they wouldn't be so similar to those of the North Korean military. You have to think that if they were willing to compromise then they probably weren't going to threaten America in the way they supposedly did.

Also there's the whole reaction that the American public when the film actually did get its limited release. By claiming it as an act of "free speech" and "patriotism", these people were only giving the terrorists (whoever they may be) exactly what they wanted; a reaction. If people had decided that they weren't all that bothered and not seen it then the story will have been given no attention and it would have gone unnoticed.
 
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