[cryptome] Re: The Interview; Talking points

  • From: Jeremy Compton <j.compton@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 22 Dec 2014 21:25:18 +1300

Its pretty pathetic really that SONY is letting itself be dictated to by a big 
mouth spoilt brat who is now in power and kills those that dont share his views.
We keep giving him attention which keeps making things worse.
SONY bit the bullet and release online. Stop being a coward SONY.

I agree with Obama, payback is coming when want it to and in our timing and our 

This is not the way a great power lets itself be treated by a rougue bankrupt 
state that does not adhere to international standards.
I dont know why anyone pays any attention to this guy.

The only attention is when we haul his but before the International Criminal 
Court in the Hague and prosecute him for crimes against humanity.
It is time to stop playing footsies with the leader of a rogue state. 

And l do have a postgraduate qualification in Political Science from a top 

> Subject: [cryptome] Re: The Interview; Talking points
> From: babooclaude@xxxxxxxxxxx
> To: cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Date: Mon, 22 Dec 2014 00:26:55 -0500
> Q. What's most funny about 'The Interview'?
> A. The fact that it makes absolutely no sense what-so-ever and is
> totally ridiculous. Notice how the words 'ridiculous' and 'hilarious'
> both end with 'ous'? That's right. The fact that North Korean can't
> _actually_ do a thing about the movie adds even more hilarity to it.
> What 'bout actually bombing an American theater or otherwise killing
> some innocent people, I hear you ask? 
> Do you want Democracy? Because that's how you get Democracy.
> Sincerely,
> A not-at-all-funny person.
> On Sun, 2014-12-21 at 20:55 +0000, doug wrote:
> > http://cryptome.org/2014/12/the-interview-talking-points.htm
> > 
> >   If the name of Kim Jong Un was changed to the name Obama, and the film 
> > was made in North Korea...I can't help getting the feeling that the 
> > Americans wouldn't see it as a comedy, but more as an attack on America. 
> > I mean assassination of people is so funny, even more so Presidents...An 
> > assumption is made that American reporters and journalists are such 
> > clowns and so stupid too, that they would contemplate doing such a 
> > thing...and the CIA is even more stupid that it would ask them to do 
> > such a thing....well...on second thoughts...Castro comes to mind... :-) 
> > ...and it will appeal so much to the American public that it will make 
> > millions of dollars profit. To me, it shows just how insular and tiny 
> > minded those intellectuals are...They have absolutely no world vision. I 
> > am laughing me sock off...:-D
> > 
> >   ATB Sweep
> > 
> > 

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