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"The Interview" - Hackerangriff...
#11
Ein Artikel der PAZ, abseits der Mainstream-Medien: http://www.preussische-allgemeine.de/nac...erauf.html
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#12
... interessant, was das dem rechten Spektrum zugehörige Revanchistenblatt zu schreiben hat. Komisch, dass sich extrem rechte und auch extrem linke Aussagen so oft (auch bei anderen Themen) ähneln. Woran das wohl liegt?
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#13
Diesbezüglich hat KCNA eine Nachricht mit einer "Bitte" an Deutschland veröffentlicht:

http://kcna.co.jp/item/2015/201501/news2...-18ee.html

U.S., Germany Urged to Give Up at Once Screening of Anti-DPRK Movie: DPRK FM Spokesman


Pyongyang, January 21 (KCNA) -- The spokesman for the Foreign Ministry of the DPRK released the following statement on Wednesday:

The U.S. and its vassal forces are becoming desperate in their moves to dare hurt the dignity of the supreme leadership of the DPRK.

According to a report, the U.S. recently presented to the Berlin international film festival the ill-famed and undesirable movie "The Interview" slandering the DPRK and fanning up terrorism.

Not content with reckless provocations, seized with morbid repugnancy and inveterate enmity toward the DPRK, the U.S. ruling quarters prodded a pseudo movie company into daring produce and distribute the movie hurting the dignity of the supreme leadership of the DPRK. This lashed its army and people into great fury.

As the base and mean movie was unanimously rejected by the international movie circle and public, the U.S. made great haste to open it to public over internet. Now it is going to screen the movie at its vassal countries under the pretext of the participation in the international film festival.

When the gangster-like movie company came under hot cyber attack for producing the undesirable movie, the U.S. is keen to slap new "sanctions" against the DPRK by deliberately linking it with Pyongyang.

All facts prove that the U.S. has opted for extreme confrontation to stifle the DPRK politically, economically and militarily by hurting the supreme interests of the DPRK despite its repeated warnings.

The U.S. anti-DPRK actions are being conducted in all fields with every possible means and method involved. This is the most undisguised terrorist act and war actions against the sovereign state and it poses a serious threat to the peace in the region and the world.

Germany is joining the U.S. in these actions though the former took the lead in inflicting unspeakable misfortune, pain and disaster on humankind through two world wars.

History and humankind still vividly remember aggression, plunder and racial extermination including the massacre of Jews committed by Germany during the Second World War no matter how loudly it may talk about its postwar reparation.

Germany's attitude to allow the screening of the undesirable movie while blindly following the U.S. cannot but be a dangerous act that can repeat its shameful history.


The screening of the movie that hurts the dignity of the supreme leadership of the DPRK and openly agitates state-sponsored terrorism has nothing to do with the "freedom of expression" touted by Germany. It is evidently agitation of terrorism quite contrary to the purpose and nature of the Berlin international film festival.

The allowance of the screening would make "freedom of expression" touted by the West freedom of hurting the inviolable dignity of other countries, freedom of encroaching upon their political view, religious belief and culture and freedom of violence and terrorism.

Encouraging and praising terrorism are considered to be crimes as monstrous as terrorism in Europe and it is a reality that the most of the European countries are seized with uneasiness and fear in the wake of the hideous terrorist acts that occurred in France and various other countries.

To screen the movie agitating terrorism in Europe at this time is a self-contradictory act that chills the atmosphere of combating terrorism growing strong in the whole of Europe.

Running high at present is the indignation of the army and people of the DPRK and their will to annihilate the U.S. and other hostile forces as their moves to dare do harm to the dignity and authority of the supreme leadership of the DPRK have reached an extreme phase.

Devotedly defending the leader is the supreme principle of the DPRK that can never change no matter how many times the world may change, and there can be neither deviation nor compromise in this principle.

The U.S. and Germany should immediately stop the farce of screening anti-DPRK movie at the film festival.

Those who attempt at terrorist acts and commit politically-motivated provocations and those who join them in violation of the sovereignty and dignity of the DPRK will never be able to escape merciless punishment.
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#14
...nachdem die Welt nicht untergegangen ist, niemand irgendeinen Schaden genommen hat und sich die Wogen wegen der Komödie geglättet haben, läuft der Film nun auch morgen in Deutschland an:

Filmstart am 5. Februar Juche 104

Man darf gespannt sein, ob nun viele Leute wegen dem Film in die Kinos gehen werden, oder ob's einfach nur eine weitere Komödie ist, die halt ein paar Wochen läuft und dann in der Versenkung verschwindet. Wenn's so sein wird, war die ganze Aufregung dann wohl für die Katz'.
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