Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Hollywood Sets North Korea On Fire And Walks Away A Victim

Barrack and Kim looking respectable but acting like sophomoric children (Hollywood hides during photo op)
This is how the entire scenario  unfolded: Hollywood pokes Kim in the eye on the playground. Then Kim turns around and beats Hollywood up. Hollywood gets his big brother to take Kim to a back alley in the dead of night and smashes him in the face. 

Then the name calling starts, the denials begin flying between Kim and Big Brother. In the meantime Hollywood is running around telling everyone that he is a victim and he needs your support. 

The latest salvo from the Kim camp:
"Obama always goes reckless in words and deeds like a monkey in a tropical forest," an unnamed spokesman for the commission said in a statement carried by the official KCNA news agency

The denial from the Obama camp:
"The FBI does not deny or confirm its involvement in the North Korea Internet shutdown."

The latest from the Hollywood camp:
"The Interview" has been purchased or rented more than 2 million times, Sony Pictures Entertainment said Sunday, making it the studio's highest-selling online movie of all time. Sony said the controversial move, which was made available on Christmas Eve, had netted more than $15 million as of Saturday.
So what is the bottom line:
  • Hollywood instigates a fight 
  • Hollywood discovers a new source of revenue
  • Hollywood cries victim after starting cyber-war
  • Hollywood escapes blame, dons the stars & stripes
  • Hollywood sets North Korea on fire and walks away
  • Two world leaders (with nuclear weapons) act like child bullies and put the world one step closer to annihilation   
Our world has been so turned upside down by victim politics that Hollywood escapes retribution and actually walks away with endless headlines, a new source of revenue and laughs all the way to the bank.  What a wonderful world!

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