Screenings of “The Interview” are Back on for Christmas Day

by Scott Creighton

UPDATE: Sony is doing more to harm free speech than the “hactivists”

No sooner does the MSM start reporting there is no credible evidence North Korea had anything to do with the Sony hacks,  suddenly, a small time movie theater or two decide they are going to do some limited screening of The Interview on Christmas Day.

Some theaters planning to screen the film at the moment include the Alamo Drafthouse. Tim League, the theater’s founder, was first to tweet news about Sony’s change of plans:

The Alamo’s Dallas location is now offering showtimes and tickets on its website, and Atlanta’s Plaza theater also tweeted that it would have showtimes for “The Interview” available soon. Dave Huffman, director of marketing at Cleveland Cinemas, confirmed that Southside Works in Pittsburgh and Tower City Cinemas in Cleveland will show “The Interview” on Christmas Day as well. According to CNN’s Brian Stelter, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said it was “fully engaged” with Sony in discussing the film’s release. Huffington Post

Can you say Umar Fizzlepants and his Christmas Eve diaper of doom? How about Aurora?

Yep. The Interview psyop is moving forward with Stage II and no worries… the FBI is working closely with the theaters to ensure everyone’s safety I suppose. What could possibly go wrong?

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Even the MSM Has to Admit: No Evidence North Korea Involved in Sony Hack

(Once again, the MSM is playing catch-up to the “conspiracy theorists“)

UPDATE: Sony is doing more to harm free speech than the “hactivists”


from the Huffington Post (my title)

…”I have yet to see evidence of North Korea behind this,” Kyle Wilhoit, a senior threat researcher at Trend Micro, a Japanese security firm, told HuffPost on Monday. Wilhoit argued that just because the FBI sees similarities between the code used in the Sony hack and other North Korean malware doesn’t mean it was the same attacker.

“The language of the binary (Korean) is a bad way to attribute anything,” he said in an email, adding, “I know the US likely has far more data they can’t share, but until I see some proof, I’m skeptical.”

Marc Rogers, head of security for the recurring hacking conference Def Con, argued in a blog post Sunday that the FBI’s claim that certain Internet protocol (IP) addresses point to North Korea “is perhaps the least convincing of all.” IP addresses, Rogers noted, “are often quite nebulous things.”

Meanwhile, Kim Zetter wrote in Wired that nation-state attackers “generally don’t chastise their victims for having poor security” or post “stolen data to Pastebin,” as occurred in the Sony hack. “These are all hallmarks of hacktivists — groups like Anonymous and LulzSec,” Zetter wrote.

A hacktivist associated with Anonymous told The Huffington Post that “Anonymous doubts that [North Korea] did that Sony Attack.” As to who might be behind it, the hacktivist suggested “a troll or the U.S. government. Some people just want to see the world burn :P” (Here’s the reference, for those unfamiliar.)

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The FBI’s New Statement on the Sony Hack is Bunk – Here’s the REAL STORY

by Scott Creighton

UPDATE: Obama administration stands behind FBI’s flawed conclusion:

“As the FBI made clear, we are confident the North Korean government is responsible for this destructive attack. We stand by this conclusion.” NSC spokesman Mark Stroh


The FBI has released an official statement claiming they are now convinced the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) was behind the hacking of Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) and the terrorist threats that accompanied those intrusions which subsequently led to several theater chains here in the states refusing to show The Interview in their facilities. The official statement of the FBI contradicts a previous official position of theirs that said they could find no evidence to link the DPRK to this incident.

There is no attribution to North Korea at this point,” Joe Demarest, assistant director with the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s cyber division, Dec. 9th, 2014

It also uses flimsy circular logic to imply a connection that is, once again, not based on any evidence the FBI provides in the new official statement.

However, this statement and conclusions therein are being reported on in a most uncritical manner by MSM outlets as well as disinformation sites like Prison Planet. That should be your first clue.

And here’s another: Obama has claimed it was a “mistake” for Sony to pull the film, while knowing full well it was the 5 large U.S. based theater chains that pulled it, not Sony. He has also promised an attack of some sort against the DPRK in retaliation for this supposed state sponsored hacking of Sony.

If you ask me, this is starting to smell a lot like a chemical weapons attack in Syria.

Perhaps more specifically to the region, this is starting to sound a lot like the Cheonan crisis from the early days of the Obama administration(See “The Sinking of the Cheonan” heading on the left). It’s as if his administration is trying to take a second bite at the apple.  Since I did what I could to help douse those flames of war back in 2010, I feel compelled to shed a little light on this matter as well.

Here is the real story of the Sony hack false flag and what it’s going to be used for.

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The Washington Backed Propaganda Piece, The Interview, Sucks Out Loud

by Scott Creighton

UPDATE: Hey lookie! Another comedian/propagandist, Jonathan Stuart Leibowitz  Jon Stewart has chimed in on the subject and guess what side he takes? That’s right, Israel’s

So Kim Jong Un gets to decide what movies we make?!


Turns out the “North Korean” hackers did Seth Rogen a HUGE favor… now his crappy movie wont get universally PANNED and BOMB pathetically at the box office. Why is it that every time “the terrorists” win, they actually lose?

I wonder if Seth and James Franco are any good with computers.

HEY KIDS! If you have limited talent and neither the skill nor the discipline required to develop your craft, then the Hollywood annex of the District of Columbia might just be what you’re looking for!

Filled with boring “skipped a generation” legacy babies (did someone mention Angelina Jolie?) and various rejects from film schools and community theaters from across the country, the propaganda houses are flush with TARP cash and ready to underwrite any half-baked, half-assed jackass just so long as he has “the right message”… and no self-respect.

Vichy France was like that once. Ukraine is today. And so is Hollywood!

Yippee! “And the morally meek shall inherit the earth”

Let’s face it, people with vision and a gift more often than not are finding they can’t work on truly relevant, cutting edge projects here in the states. And they damn sure can’t get them funded or distributed (see Snowpiercer and Cloud Atlas as examples) The big studios in Hollywood are partnered up with Big Business and Big Banking and they don’t like Big Ideas undermining their efforts to remake the conscience of the average US film-goer (and by “remake” I mean “lock it in a closet until it withers and dies of attrition”)

And speaking of the talent challenged suck-ups to D.C., here’s a little review of Seth Rogen’s “The Interview” from Scott Foundas, Chief Film Critic of Vanity:

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State Department and a RAND Corp. Chicken-hawk Played Roles in Crafting “The Interview”: Daily Beast

by Scott Creighton

UPDATE: White House spokesman confirms administration officials consulted over film “months” prior to the hack.

Administration officials were consulted about the film prior to its release, at the request of the company that was producing it,” Earnest said during his daily briefing. “Input was shared.”


In an earlier article about this ridiculous film, I wrote that the character Seth Rogen and James Franco played in it were basically CIA Mockingbirds. Turns out, that’s what they are in real life as well.

The Daily Beast has unearthed several emails that reveal at least two U.S. government officials screened a rough cut of the Kim Jong-Un assassination comedy The Interview in late June and gave the film—including a final scene that sees the dictator’s head explode—their blessing.

The claim that the State Department played an active role in the decision to include the film’s gruesome death scene is likely to cause fury in Pyongyang. Emails between the Sony Entertainment CEO and a security consultant even appear to suggest the U.S. government may support the notion that The Interview would be useful propaganda against the North Korean regime. Daily Beast

Well look at that. The State Department was just fine and dandy with Zionist Rogen using his forum to agitate against the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. And it wasn’t just the State Department the film crew used during the process of making this “propaganda”. They also brought in warmongering neocons as well.

A series of leaked emails reveal that Sony enlisted the services of Bruce Bennett, a senior defense analyst at the RAND Corporation who specializes in North Korea, to consult with them on The Interview. After he saw the film, including the gruesome ending where a giant missile hits Kim Jong-Un’s helicopter in slow-mo as Katy Perry’s “Firework” plays, and Kim’s head catches on fire and explodes, Bennett gave his assessment of it in a June 25 email to Lynton, just five days after North Korea’s initial threat. Daily Beast

“I also thought a bunch more about the ending. I have to admit that the only resolution I can see to the North Korean nuclear and other threats is for the North Korean regime to eventually go away. In fact, when I have briefed my book on ‘preparing for the possibility of a North Korean collapse’ [Sept 2013], I have been clear that the assassination of Kim Jong-Un is the most likely path to a collapse of the North Korean government. Thus while toning down the ending may reduce the North Korean response, I believe that a story that talks about the removal of the Kim family regime and the creation of a new government by the North Korean people (well, at least the elites) will start some real thinking in South Korea and, I believe, in the North once the DVD leaks into the North (which it almost certainly will). So from a personal perspective, I would personally prefer to leave the ending alone. Bruce Bennett

So there you have it. Not only did they decide to keep the graphic ending in there in spite of what Sony asked them to do (change it) but they wrote it that way and insisted on keeping it in there because they were TRYING to incite hostilities in the DPRK.

And all that going on while in contact with the State Department and RAND Corp. makes Seth Rogen and his crew nothing more than cheap Mockingbirds.

Zionist Rogen’s “Interview” Shit-canned “Due to wavering support of the film”

by Scott Creighton

UPDATE: An Israeli news outlet quotes a sycophantic Hollywood star claiming sony’s pulling this film is like “appeasement of Hitler“. Told ya the Israelis really wanted this psyop to take place. And of course, Mr. Lowe doesn’t mention the fact that Sony only did that AFTER the big 5 theaters pulled the film themselves… so Sony had no choice.

In light of the decision by the majority of our exhibitors not to show the film ‘The Interview,’ we have decided not to move forward with the planned December 25 theatrical release,” Sony


Seth Rogen’s new film is not going to be released in theaters in the near future. There is talk it might go directly to On Demand instead.

Turns out it wasn’t as much of a decision by Sony as we thought. The top 5 theater chains in the country pulled the film initially, not Sony. Sony just ended up with a film nobody really wanted to see and nowhere to screen it. So their choice was made for them.

Due to wavering support of the film ‘The Interview’ by Sony Pictures, as well as the ambiguous nature of any real or perceived security threats, Regal Entertainment Group has decided to delay the opening of the film in our theaters,” Regal representative statement

The film involves Seth and James Franco being bumbling buffoons trying to work for the mighty CIA overseas. It seems like a ripoff of Spies Like Us, but I haven’t seen it yet, so what do I know.

They are TV producers asked to do an interview with Kim Jung Un and of course, the CIA takes them in as Mockingbirds and assassins so Rogen and Franco are honored to be granted the “opportunity” to illegally murder a foreign leader beloved by his people. Kinda sick when you think about it like that.

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The Sony “Interview” Psyop Goes Full Retard

by Scott Creighton

Oh dear God.. commerce has been driven to a grinding halt. We must now take action to ‘fix’ the interwebs or else our “freedoms” are at stake.

Sony has come out and said they aren’t releasing the latest Seth Rogen piece of shit movie. This is a film where he once again professes his less-than-closeted love for James Franco while at the same time, does what he can to promote still more disinformation regarding North Korea. Of course, it’s “just comedy”… and we all know no one uses humor to promote disinformation (isn’t that right Jon Lebawitz Stewart?)

Sony has finally come out and claimed they have to postpone the release of their horrible, rote, sophomoric comedy “The Interview” because of some threats being supposedly made by a group that no one can really track back to North Korea.

You want to know what that is? Why they can’t track the threat back to North Korea?

Because North Korea doesn’t give a shit about some stupid fucking Seth Rogen movie. That’s why.

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