Ask yourself one question: why didn't the goverment of the United States say to North Korea: "If you are behind this now, you have 24-hours to destroy all online material in your possession and forward 250 million dollars to the U.S. Treasury. If we find out you are behind this later, we will take unilateral disproportionate action at a time and place of our choosing?" Perhaps the Japanese are afraid of North Korea and are being held hostage?
Although Sony is technically a Japanese Corporation, it was an American subsidiary located in America that was attacked …
There is little or no doubt in my mind that President Obama and his cadre of progressive socialist democrats are pro-socialist, pro-communist, pro-Islam, and reluctant to rile their far-left base by taking strong action against bad actors who hold America in contempt. Leading our enemies into believing America, under the leadership of Barack Obama and his congressional fools, is weak and subject to attack.
I can think of no other President whose actions have lead to questions about his antecedents; his prior relationships with socialists, communists, domestic terrorists, and Islamicists, and his loyalty to America and Americans – and who continually portrays America in a poor light. And, continually apologizing for our past actions.
Even to the extent of falsely suggesting that America was involved with the colonialization of Cuba.
To the Cuban people, America extends a hand of friendship. Some of you have looked to us as a source of hope, and we will continue to shine a light of freedom. Others have seen us as a former colonizer intent on controlling your future. José Martí once said, “Liberty is the right of every man to be honest.” Today, I am being honest with you. We can never erase the history between us, but we believe that you should be empowered to live with dignity and self-determination. <Source: Statement by the President on Cuba Policy Changes | The White House>
The truth is that we helped to liberate Cuba from Spain, and that Castro’s revolutionary forces were the ones that oppressed the Cuban people and denied their fundamental human rights. But, with Hollywood and the far-left lionizing the revolutionary Che Guevarra, a murderous thug, one might even believe that Obama and his cronies think of the Castro brothers as freedom fighters. Perhaps it is not so ironic that a freed Alan Gross was sitting in his attorney’s office where there was a picture of Che on the wall.
There are many questions that remain …
Could have Obama intentionally weakened the foreign posture of America with his seemingly dilettante dithering so as to have invited this attack?
Is this the first example of a cyberattack by a known state sponsor of terrorism that serves as a precursor proof-of-concept to an attack on companies that control our nation’s critical infrastructure?
Were there other agents involved; notably from Russia, China, Iran, Pakistan, and others who would like to see the United States preoccupied and less vigilant on the world stage? In essence, a false flag operation using Hollywood’s hypocrisy and silliness in putting out a trivial movie as an excuse to cover a cyberattack?
Could this be the impetus for continued domestic and foreign surveillance cyber-activities?
Is this where President Obama waffles about a “proportional response” to a nation that lacks the electricity and need to light its cities at night?
How can we be sure that this was not partially an inside job, using someone with the “keys to the kingdom” wittingly or unwittingly as an attack vector?
How can America continue to allow students from foreign countries to receive high-tech education in America and then allow them return to their nation? Or even worse, seek work from strategic American companies abroad?
Could this be part of a scheme to force Congress to reimburse corporations for terrorist attacks under “The Terrorism Risk Insurance Act?”
Terrorism insurance program set to expire after bill blocked in Senate
A bill that would extend a program meant to help insurance companies cover Americans in the event of terrorist attacks was blocked Tuesday night in the final hours of the Senate session.
The Terrorism Risk Insurance Act has been the subject of considerable debate with some advocates warning of dire consequences if Congress fails to act, such as the cancellation of the Super Bowl. Others argue the free market would step in and take care of any problems. With the Senate not acting, the bill now will expire Dec. 31 and can only be renewed after the 114th Congress is sworn in next year.
The measure had passed in the House last Wednesday by a 417-7 vote. The program was enacted in 2002 after the 9/11 attacks led the private market for terrorism insurance to collapse. <Source>
It should be noted that the bill was blocked by Republican Senator Tom Coburn (R-OK), complaining that the insurance industry made $40 billion in the last 12 years, while leaving the American taxpayer with 65% of any payouts.
Bottom line …
There is so much we do not know and given the past actions of President Obama and his cadre of progressive socialists on Fast and Furious, the IRS scandal, Benghazi, spying on Americans – so what makes the President and his lying mouthpiece, Josh Earnest, a credible source of information?
There are a number of internal and external agencies that are capable of mounting this type of compressive attack – much like the Stuxnet attack on Iran allegedly mounted by United States and Israeli operators.
One must question whether or not Obamacons are involved in this operation – much as we saw weapons provided to the Mexican drug cartels for the purposes of promoting a domestic gun control agenda?
It is a bitch when you can’t trust your country’s leadership to tell the truth or do the right thing.
"The object in life is not to be on the side of the majority, but to escape finding oneself in the ranks of the insane." -- Marcus Aurelius