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Dec 21 08:51

no evidence for sony hack!!!

Dec 21 08:10

Obama: North Korea’s attack ‘cybervandalism,’ not an ‘act of war’

President Obama said Sunday he does not consider North Korea’s attack on Sony Pictures to be an “act of war,” instead calling it an example of “cybervandalism” that must be met with a proportional response from the U.S. government.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Of course, if those gosh darn North Koreans (with help from Russia, China, and Iran) do something worse, like shut down the non-commercial internet or black out a few cities, that is another kettle of kimchee altogether!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Dec 20 07:23

Sony hack: China may have helped North Korea, US states

US official states that North Korea responsible for hacking of Sony over The Interview film – and that Kim Jong-un's regime may have had Chinese help

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So, according to US Officials and FOX News, North Korea, China, Russia, Iran, (and everyone else the US needs an excuse to invade) secretly create the most potent cyber-army in the world, then expose the existence of that cyber-army with a pointless attack on a movie studio?

And if you believe THAT one, I have some of Saddam's nuclear weapons to sell you!

Dec 20 07:20

After Sony hack, is U.S. grid next?

Now that U.S. intelligence has blamed North Korea for the Nov. 24 cyber attack on Sony Pictures, there is growing concern that the Hermit Kingdom has the capability of bringing down the vulnerable U.S. national grid system.
Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2014/12/after-sony-hack-is-u-s-grid-next/#uM8SW1GrR...

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Yep; looks like the US is going to pull a 9-11 false-flag to get their wars going again!

This would be a good time for all the "white hat" hackers, who insist they use their powers only for good, to walk their talk and nail the real perpetrators of this war-starting hoax!

Dec 20 07:18

North Korea says did not hack Sony, wants joint probe with U.S.

North Korea said U.S. accusations that it was involved in a cyberattack on Sony Pictures were "groundless slander" and that it was wanted a joint investigation into the incident with the United States.

An unnamed spokesman of the North's foreign ministry said there would be "grave consequences" if Washington refused to agree to the joint probe and continued to accuse Pyongyang, the official KCNA news agency reported on Saturday.

On Friday, President Barack Obama blamed North Korea for the devastating cyberattack, which led to the Hollywood studio cancelling "The Interview", a comedy on the fictional assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

Dec 19 15:19

Blaming Iran for the Sony Hack

Dec 19 14:01

North Korea denies involvement in Sony cyber attack

North Korea's UN mission on Friday denied involvement in a cyber attack on Sony Pictures after the US FBI said it had evidence that Pyongyang was behind the hacking.

"Our country has no relation with the hacker," North Korean political counsellor Kim Song told AFP.

"There is no relation. This is not worth a comment."

Dec 19 10:38

FBI formally blames North Korea in Sony hack

The FBI said Friday that North Korea is responsible for the cyberattack on Sony Pictures that led the studio to cancel the release of a movie.

Confirming what government officials were saying privately for days, the FBI announced that is months-long investigation concluded that North Korea was behind the attack, based on technical similarities to previous attacks.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Those previous hacks used computers, and we believe the SONY hackers were also using computers. That's good enough for me!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Dec 19 10:18

Think North Korea hacked Sony? Think about this

Unlike any hack attributed to North Korea in the past

North Korea has been blamed for a string of hacks in the past, and it’s generally accepted that the country has the capability to hack and attack companies. But no previous attack attributed to North Korea—or any nation-state—has been so public and so noisy. In the past, attacks happened, North Korea was suspected, and then sometimes the country was later blamed. It rarely said anything, except for an initial denial. This time around, the hacker group has posted messages online taunting Sony and telling the FBI they cannot be caught. Early on, they were also interacting with reporters.

Dec 19 08:54

Sony Hack: What They're Not Telling You

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The evidence indicates the SONY hack was done by disgruntled ex-employees of SONY itself. Yet the White House has hastily put together a frame-up of North Korea, and unlike the Benghazi attack, the movie that is supposed to be the root cause of it all actually does exist.

So what is going on?

One possibility is that SONY will reverse its decision (under covert pressure from the White House) and go ahead with the Christmas Day release of "The Interview." This will be followed by multiple bombings of movie theaters across America. Just like 9-11, this will be "justification" for war against the "attacker", which we are being assured is North Korea. War with North Korea opens the door to war with China and through China, Russia, all to protect the paper dollar from the Ruble and the Yuan. Millions will die and the world will go back to being enslaved to the private central bankers for another hundred years.

Dec 19 08:42

Sony Hack Bears Hallmarks of U.S. Intelligence Operation

Obama admin. mulling “proportional” response

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Gee, I hate being right all the time!


Dec 19 07:51

BEX ALERT - Revealed: North Korea terror squads infiltrated the US in the 1990s - and were ordered to attack nuclear power stations if war broke out

North Korea sent special forces teams to the US in the 1990s to target nuclear power stations and conduct terror attacks on major cities in the event of war, a declassified intelligence report has revealed.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The timing of this declassified report is just too cute. This is more evidence that the US plans to attack North Korea to open a door to war with China.

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Nov 14 12:15

North Korea's Kim Jong-un to send special envoy to Russia

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is to send a special envoy to Russia, North Korean state media have said, without stating the purpose of the trip.

Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) also did not say when top Communist party official Choe Ryong-hae would go.

In Soviet times, Russia was a strong ally to the North, supplying aid and missile technology.

Nov 10 09:17

Korea and US to Host Largest Military Exercise in History: Simulation of NK Invasion

The South Korean military began its annual war exercise involving all branches of service on Monday to bolster its defense posture against potential threats from North Korea, the Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) said.

This year’s 12-day Hoguk exercise involving the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps “will focus on ways to establish supreme military defense capabilities against (North Korea’s) possible regional provocations and all-out war,” the JCS said in a statement.

The exercise was to be conducted across the nation, the JCS said, adding that the programs include joint landing drills, maritime infiltration defense drills and those to defend the northwestern islands on the Yellow Sea. Some U.S. military forces will also join some of the drills, according to the JCS.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

300,000 military in a drill that will last about two weeks?!?

This is very, very significant; and the larger, and longer, an exercise like this takes place, the larger the chance of some error, "accidentally" triggering a North Korean military response, and Chinese involvement on the North Korean side.

Oct 23 09:01

North Korea to Bar Foreign Tourists Over Ebola Fears

North Korea has announced that it will not accept any foreign tourists beginning Friday because of fear of the Ebola virus, three agencies that take tourists to the isolated country said on Thursday.

The news came as the country said it was stepping up inspections and quarantine measures at its airport, borders and ports to guard against the spread of the deadly virus, which has killed thousands of people in the latest outbreak.

“Three days ago, they said that anybody who’s been to West Africa would have to provide a doctor’s certificate stating that they don’t have Ebola,” said Gareth Johnson of Young Pioneer Tours, a travel operator based in China. “And then today, they just said no foreign tourists at all.”

Oct 13 10:14

S. Korea deploys more weapons to border regions to deter N. Korea

The South Korean military said Monday it has deployed additional weapons to islands near the tense western maritime border to better deal with North Korea’s growing threats.

The disputed sea border remains a powder keg with the two Koreas fighting bloody battles there in 1999, 2002 and 2009. In the latest incident, both sides briefly exchanged fire last week as a boat from the North violated the Northern Limit Line (NLL).

Drawn by the U.S.-led United Nations Command at the end of the 1950-53 Korean War, the NLL acts as the de facto sea border between the two Koreas, but Pyongyang does not recognize the border.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I would like to hope that cooler heads on both sides of the DMZ will prevail, and that they will take every step possible to ratchet down tensions here.

Oct 10 07:40

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un misses shrine visit, KCNA reports

The mystery surrounding the whereabouts of Kim Jong Un deepened Friday after the North Korean leader appeared to have missed a ceremony to pay tribute to his late father and grandfather on what is an important national anniversary.

Webmaster's Commentary: 


Where's Kimmy?

Oct 04 06:10

BREAKING: KIM JONG UN OVERTHROWN – Has Not Been Seen in 26 Days! …Update: Pyongyang Under Lockdown

The Country’s Organization and Guidance Department (OGD), a powerful group of officials, have stopped taking orders from Kim Jong-un. A battle is simmering between factions within the OGD.

North Korean tyrant Kim Jong Un went missing this week.
The media said he was recovering from ankle surgery.
There are also reports that Kim Jong Un’s sister is now running the country.
Market Watch says his sister is running the country.

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