The note, full of the usual bluster, threats, and over-the-top rhetoric Pyongyang is known for, concludes by saying: “If the U.S. persists in American-style arrogant, high-handed and gangster-like arbitrary practices despite the repeated warnings of the DPRK (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea), the U.S. should bear in mind that its failed political affairs will face inescapable deadly blows.”
Earlier this month, Sony decided to pull ‘The Interview’ after cyber-attackers calling themselves the Guardians of Peace threatened violence against any theater showing the film. President Obama said Sony “did the wrong thing” when it decided to pull the film. is also said to be behind the hacking and theft of a massive amount of emails and personal information from Sony employees. Some of the information obtained in those emails proved to be both damaging and embarrassing for Sony Pictures Entertainment.