Sunday, December 21, 2014

SONY surrenders to North Korea

SONY surrenders to North Korea

SONY Pictures planned to release the movie “The Interview” on Christmas day across the USA.  The movie is about two people to assassinate the murderous dictator of North Korea, Kim Jong-un (Kim Jong-unnecessary). 

This movie upset the gangsters in The Hermit Kingdom (North Korea) resulting in a massive hack into SONY Pictures computers.  Resulting in the dumping of private information and emails within SONY Pictures.  The hackers also threatened acts of terrorism at theaters where the movie will be shown.

Many theater chains canceled the showing and SONY Pictures withdrew the movie.  Basically they surrendered to the murders in Pyongyang, North Korea (The Hermit Kingdom – Democratic People’s Republic of Korea - DPRK). 

In 1940 Charlie Chaplin’s movie “The Great Dictator” about Adolf Hitler and the Nazi’s did not bring threats of terrorism as this movie “The Interview” did.  Does that mean the communist in North Korea are worse than the Nazis and Adolph Hitler?

At the end of the American Revolution, the battle of Yorktown, Virgina (1781), British general Lord Cornwallis surrendered to General George Washington.  General Washington permitted the British to exit after surrendering.  While the British were marching away their band played “The World Turned Upside Down.”

“The World Turned Upside Down:”

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