• Sony, Hollywood, And North Korea Prove Reality Too Stupid To Satirize

    A fictional movie, The Interview, is being cancelled in the wake of an equally fictional threat from the knuckle-dragging inbred barbarians running North Korea.

    Sony Pictures Entertainment announced today that it will cancel the Christmas day premier of The Interview, a comedy directed by and starring Seth Rogen and James Franco, because of fears that terrorists might attack theaters around the country for showing the film.

    The Interview depicts North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un’s head blowing up, which is why it is believed that Un ordered the cyber attack.

    It is worth mentioning that NBC News is now reporting that the North Korea government is responsible for the corporate cyber-attack on Sony’s servers–a hack that publicly disclosed several embarrassing emails written by high-profile Sony executives.

    “We have found linkage to the North Korean government,” according to a U.S. government source.

    But even if that is true, IT’S THE NORTH KOREAN GOVERNMENT FOR CRYING OUT LOUD. No one in the free world is afraid of those unintelligent, propaganda-spewing buffoons.

    Even the Department of Homeland Security admits that there is “no credible intelligence to indicate an active plot against movie theaters in the United States.”

    So why has Sony, the five major theater markets, and Hollywood surrendered to North Korea?

    Well, this is all the result of the sissification of America.

    We are now a protest culture. For too many Americans are no longer willing to defend the freedom of speech. And make no mistake, North Korea’s attack is as much a cyber threat as it is an attack on our free speech.

    Ironically enough, liberals who never talk about the mass oppression going on in North Korea were apoplectic today when Sony Pictures decided to pull the plug on The Interview.

    With Obama’s capitulation to Cuba’s dictators and Sony surrendering to North Korea, it’s been a banner day for murdering regimes–and a dark day for America.

    Perhaps some good news is that we can all still enjoy the (fictional, damn it) Kim Jong Un death scene from The Interview. 



    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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