Source: The BRICS Post
Any celebration following last week’s supposed Cuba-US rapprochement was short lived thanks to that other rogue state that has been a thorn in Washington’s side.
On December 18, North Korea successfully launched the equivalent of a thousand nuclear warheads at the US when it forced a major Hollywood studio to back down (at least in the interim) and pull a film that was to be released this Christmas season.
The Interview is a satire about two journalists recruited by the Central Intelligence Agency to assassinate North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un.
It should not be taken lightly that North Korean cyber warriors could force Hollywood, which is a major money maker and exporter of American ideals to a global audience, to curtail it’s time honored freedom of speech.
This is especially significant when considering that both Hollywood and the music and arts communities have for years combated…
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