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North Korea Says Obama And The CIA Are Behind The Sony Cyber Attacks

The North Korean National Defense Commission, led by Kim Jong-un, says the Obama administration is behind the production of Sony Pictures’ “The Interview,” a film featuring the assassination of the North Korean president.

It is unlikely Obama was directly involved in the production of the movie, which Sony pulled after theaters were allegedly targeted.

A more likely collaborator is the CIA, known for working closely with Hollywood on propaganda projects.

“Black Hawk Dawn, Zero Dark Thirty and Argo, those are only a few major recent productions showing how today’s movie industry promotes US foreign policy,” writes Julie Lévesque. “But the motion picture has been used for propaganda since the beginning of the 20th century and Hollywood’s cooperation with the Department of Defense, the CIA and other government agencies is no modern trend.”

The CIA has engaged in psychological operations since its inception, a task it inherited from the pre-CIA Office of Policy Coordination, with oversight by the Department of State.

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