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Obama: Nork Sony hack “cyber-vandalism”

Obama: Nork Sony hack “cyber-vandalism”

Maybe not Act of War, but “cyber-vandalism” doesn’t quite describe it.

http://youtu.be/pBe9Sk2gvIQ

Hijacking someone’s Twitter account and putting up stupid pictures or political statements might reasonably be called cyber-vandalism, and a criminal one at that.

Like this:

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But the Sony hack allegedly by North Korea which led to terrorist threats against movie theaters and a national self-censorhip?

Is that really all it was, “cyber-vandalism”?

According to Obama, yes, Obama: North Korea hack ‘cyber-vandalism,’ not ‘act of war’:

President Obama said in an interview broadcast Sunday that he does not think a recent North Korean cyberattack against Sony Pictures Entertainment was “an act of war.”

“No, I don’t think it was an act of war,” Obama said on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “I think it was an act of cyber-vandalism that was very costly, very expensive. We take it very seriously. We will respond proportionately.”

He added, “We’re going to be in an environment in this new world where so much is digitalized that both state and non-state actors are going to have the capacity to disrupt our lives in all sorts of ways. We have to do a much better job of guarding against that.”

I think it’s somewhere between cyber-vandalism and an Act of War.

It may not be time to start bombing, but it’s also should not be downgraded to mere cyber-vandalism, any more than Nidal Hassan only committed “workplace violence.”

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Yes, it’s somewhere between cyber-vandalism and an Act of War.

We’ve landed in uncharted territory, with some crazy consequences:

“That’s one small step for Al Sharpton … one giant leap for race-baiting kinds.”

    Sorry. I am not angered or excited by what North Korea might have done. A movie by second-rate comedians killing a leader of a foreign country does not rate so much press space and media frenzy.

    A man makes a movie critical about Mohammed (recall Benghazi?)and Obama and Holder throw him in jail. No rallies, claims of artistic freedom or freedom of speech from the Hollywood crowd or the mainstream media. Put in jail – now that is something to get angry about!

    As for censorship, let some North Korean comedians make a movie about killing the current US President – and watch the number of US movie theaters brave enough to show that.

Al Sharpton has spent days changing the password on all his accounts,

From: MSNBCshowHOST_Al

To: DeeFactoMOVIEstudioBOSS_Al_Motherf*ckers!

Let’s have fun an try to imagine if what just happened was by a right wing or conservative group. Hacking into and using, for whatever reason, private info is a felony. But then threatening the victim of this hack that if they continue with their business activities they will suffer an attack at one or some of the places of business. That is blackmail and making a deadly threat, both felonies. But obama calls it “Vandalism”. Maybe now we can understand his, holder’s and sharpton’s position on the recent killings by police of unarmed blacks. No matter what they were doing it was just vandalism.

Just a couple of rogue Nork agents, censoring/threatening the tea party Hollywood.

Obama is busy with his own overthrow, and would prefer the Norks not harsh his mellow. When it comes to foreign terrorism, Obama can be very flexible, as he promised Putin he would be, after the election. Post election we get amnesty, Cuba, passivity to the Nork threat. What next?

Obama fails to demonstrate America’s “Free Speech”. He cowers, bows, apologizes and equivocates. America the guilty submissive, is Obama’s policy toward our enemies. He accepts their act of cyber “terrorism” as mild and understandable.

Obama reserves stronger language for bashing conservatives, scolding reporters that don’t ignore scandals, or threatening Israel. Even his most beloved domestic supporters get thrown under the bus, as he bows to enemies foreign to US.

Perhaps because Obama agrees that traditional America is the evil empire, not the Norks. Twenty years in “Not God Bless America but God damn America” black liberation church, that supported the Sandinistas … why is anyone surprised?

remember “workplace violence” at Ft. Hood?

North Korea has requested an investigation. After Obama’s domestic and foreign belligerence, including DRAT (Displace, Replace, Abort, and Tax), and undeclared regime changes, I am disposed to offer them the benefit of the doubt.

I’ve become so cynical I don’t think it’s either. I think it’s a novel and slick marketing plan. Now everybody wants to see that crappy movie. It worked!!

Nothing is off the table… nothing… when it comes to our current Government and Barack Hussein Obama. I would not be the least bit surprised to find out that this was all a False Flag Op to begin with. They’ve already unilaterally decided that America will now be buddies with Cuba even though it’s still practically the exact same regime, and despite the fact that Cuba is currently meeting with Russia to renew the same treaties, compacts, and alliances that existed back when Soviet Russia tried to plant a crop of ballistic nuclear missiles 90-miles off the coast of the USA with Castro’s wholehearted blessings.

Give it a few months…

Ladies and Gentlemen, please welcome the President of the United States of America, Barack Obama!: Good afternoon. Today, the United States of America is changing its relationship with Cuba the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. In the most significant changes in our policy in more than fifty years, we will end an outdated approach for decades, and instead we will begin to normalize relations between our two countries. Through these changes, we intend to create more opportunities for the American and Cuban North Korean people, and begin a new chapter among our two nations. Neither the American, nor Cuban North Korean people are well served by a rigid policy that is rooted in events that took place before most of us were born. Consider that for more than 35 years, we’ve had relations with China –- a far larger country also governed by a Communist Party. Nearly two decades ago, we reestablished relations with Vietnam, where we fought a war that claimed more Americans than any Cold War confrontation.

Change is hard –- in our own lives, and in the lives of nations. And change is even harder when we carry the heavy weight of history on our shoulders. But today we are making these changes because it is the right thing to do. Today, America chooses to cut loose the shackles of the past so as to reach for a better future –- for the Cuban North Korean people, and for the American people.

And, above all, especially for Hollywood… who’s movers, makers, and money shakers have held more fundraisers, raised more campaign cash, published more servile propaganda, groveled at my feet most vociferously and ardently, and done more heavy lifting for me, myself, and I in this country, and around the entire globe, than any other community in the entire country.

Thank you. God bless you… and God bless Hollywood!

That was President Barack Obama speaking on behalf of all Americans. We now return you to your regularly scheduled program

JackRussellTerrierist | December 21, 2014 at 7:44 pm

More surrendering of America’s might. I’m waiting for obola to give Un a big kiss on the lips, after he finishes his curtsy.

Maybe Obama’s Cyber Vandalism is an indicator of a lie being tempered.

The administration lied about Benghazi even after it became clear that they were lying. Is it just possible that the North Koreans are not responsible but are good scapegoat. After all, does anyone think we should go to war against a crazed unpredictable North Korea.

Does Cuba, or Iran, have good cyber terrorism groups.

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