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posted on Dec, 20 2014 @ 04:40 AM
Didn't we not long ago have another incident with a film, the one which supposedly led to Benghazi.

I'm not quite sure l buy this one. Not saying North Korea wasn't involved but, l haven't seen anything other than circumstantial evidence or someone on the inside with knowledge of the systems.

posted on Dec, 20 2014 @ 06:08 AM

originally posted by: neo96
It's not an attack on America.

It is an attack on Sony by North Korea because Lil Kimmy doesn't like that movie. The Interview.

Only a state sponsored hackers could pull that one off.

Of all the lame arse reasons to go to war?

It would be a lame arse hollywood flick.

Unless of course you think there's any truth to the assertions floating around the web that in fact, this is a Mossad inspired and executed hack, with a view to blaming NK, which is a long time enemy of Israel and Israel would like nothing better than to stick the boot into NK every chance it gets.

I don't know one way or the other, but as Mr. Armstrong said, "Truth has many protective layers".

posted on Dec, 20 2014 @ 06:55 AM

originally posted by: Soloprotocol
I dont believe North Korea is responsible. Look at the Spelling in the warning. Not one word is misspelled.

[also : a reply to: MysterX]
[also: a reply to: Daedal]
ATS is getting on-top-of-this fast !


this is more likely a false flag attack that focuses blame on NK, Russia & whomever the CIA+Mossad 'Sustenex' originators want to point a finger at.

the Øbama regime is doing everything possible to re-ignite the cold-war....
and we already know that the administration uses movies as a Benghazi & the "Innocense of Muslims" video as the fuse....

the same playbook could be in place here with this parody movie that skewers the NK leader from Sony Pictures

I trust the covert Intel/CIA less than the USAs sworn enemies (NK is still in the axis-of-evil, NO?)


here is another take on the sony hack:

...‘We Need More Control Over Internet’

In fact, during his end of year address yesterday, President Obama has promised America that he won’t let this crisis go to waste: “I’ve set up an inter-agency cyber security team to figure out everything that we can do at the government level to prevent these kinds of attacks. We’ve been coordinating with the private sector, but a lot more needs to be done. We’re not even close to where we need to be”, says Obama.

“More broadly though, this points to the need for us to work with the international community to start setting up some very clear rules for the road for how the internet and cyber operates. Right now it’s like the wild west. This is why it’s important for Congress to get a bill passed the kind of information sharing we need (between private corporations and central government).”

What? The kind of information sharing ‘we’ need? Like NSA-kind of ‘information sharing’? No thanks Mr. President.

We should have known; a good old fashion power grab.

then again, as this article points out... the whole false flag may be over internet control & not just demonizing NK/Russia et al

food for thought

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posted on Dec, 20 2014 @ 07:05 AM
a reply to: Soloprotocol

Not one word is misspelled.

So unless a word is mispelled it could never be NK...ever heard of proof reading and spell check?

posted on Dec, 20 2014 @ 01:51 PM

originally posted by: tsurfer2000h
a reply to: Soloprotocol

Not one word is misspelled.

So unless a word is mispelled it could never be NK...ever heard of proof reading and spell check?

the latest communication from supposed Hackers..Notice anything different..?

It warns the studio executives that "we still have your private and sensitive data" and claims that they will "ensure the security of your data unless you make additional trouble.

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