Well there's the shocker of the century. I'm not saying computer hackers don't exist in every race, color, and creed, I am saying that white hackers are far more concerned with seeing Hope Solo's disgusting vagina. Even if this movie weren't coming out, the first finger I am pointing is at an Asian country. Most likely China. I know it is wrong to generalize, but racial stereotypes exist for a reason. Assuming that anyone else was at fault would be like showing up to play pickup basketball and not taking the lone 6'6 black kid with your first pick. You might not always be right, but the odds are certainly in your favor.
Am I supposed to be surprised that North Korea is responsible for the e-mail scandal of a company that is about to release a movie about killing their dictator? I don't know about the general public, but I am certainly not concerned with the content of the emails going to and from Sony. I don't care if some Sony executive gets fired for libel or defamation of a actor or actress. Who else would be trying to take down Sony besides a rival company (that would have done so far earlier if they had the capability) or Kim Jong-Un?
While were on the subject, I am not sure how I feel about the movie premiere of 'The Interview' getting shut down. While this is America, and I certainly don't care about the feelings of some North Korean dictator, I certainly would be pretty pissed if I were him. I mean, he's a national public figure. If we are going to make a cinematic film about his death can we do better than Seth Rogan and James Franco? If I know Kim Jong-Un like I think I do, the cast of that movie is far more disrespectful than the actual plot. I only thing I would trust those two to kill is a 5-5-5 from Domino's. What a slap in the face is to a soulless dictator. I think he would rather be killed in cold blood at the hands of a competent human being than have his likeness meet it's demise at the hands of a couple stoners.
If North Korea had the means to make a movie about the murder of Barack Obama, while using a likeness of him, it would certainly strike me the wrong way. It would probably be the most watched movie below the Mason-Dixon line, even if half those people couldn't read the subtitles. However, America as a whole would be up in arms, literally and figuratively. All I'm saying is that despite North Korea's lack of man power, I am steering clear of Kim Jong. That guy could probably upload my entire search history using a Nokia. I get that a righteous dictator doesn't deserve respect, but he's not my righteous dictator. How about we just leave him be and let him dictate 3,000 miles away from me? No reason to draw the ire of a malicious sociopath. Nothing to see here, Mr. Un.