Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Here We Are, Cheering for the Other Team

uh no, I didn't begin cheering for Clemson, against OU.  
well, not until they could've thrown a no-hitter against OU, late in Monday's Underwear Bowl.
"You never know what's comin' for you", next.

The ominous headline this morning on the Drudge Report announces that the Sony hackers are coming for the American media next.   
I personally could not be less disturbed by that promise.

  • The threat against the unnamed news organization by the Guardians of Peace, the hacker group that has claimed credit for the Sony attack, “may extend to other such organizations in the near future,” according to a Joint Intelligence Bulletin of the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security obtained by The Intercept.

I hope that CBS, CNN, ABC, ESPN, MSNBC, NBC, the New York Times, et. al., are sleepless with fear, starting tonight as they spread the false narrative that all is well here in America, under the Zerobama administation.

What hackers have done for the preservation of freedom this year, is the greatest thing which happened in my opinion. 
You hackers exposed the cockroaches infesting the projected, FALSE, pristine aura of American government "leadership", and the thin, celluloid, presumptuousness of today's Hollywood elitists.

Dear Hackers (buddies),

    Please go after ABC/ESPN/Disney first, alright? 
They're the worst! And don't forget about ABC-radio--
what an annoying imposition having to listen to that~!

    I celebrated the news about cyber-squealer/hero, Edward Snowden this year, for his bravery in exposing the deceit of the US government.

I celebrated -and still do- Wikileaks operative Julian Assange, another hero who sprayed the disinfectant of sunshine onto the dark and evil side of our wonderful government.

    If you are indeed, the "Guardians of Peace", open up the slimy, secret files hidden within CNN and NBC.  Let's enjoy seeing them all squirm like the worms in hot ashes, they are.

And a Happy New Year to each of you,

The Local Malcontent

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