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North Korea Says Air-Dropping Copies of ‘The Interview’ Is an Act of War

Officials in North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un’s government aren’t exactly known for their sense of humor, and their hatred for the Seth Rogen comedy The Interview is now well-documented. Now, an activist group’s plan to air-drop copies of the DVD into the tightly-controlled country has them threatening war. They said that using balloons to send over 500,000 copies of the film (that, spoiler alert, depicts a wild assassination caper centering on the dictator) along with anti-Kim leaflets would be “a de facto declaration of a war” against South Korea, where the activists are located.

North Korea also added (this is evidently not a joke), “All the firepower strike means of the frontline units of the (Korean People’s Army) will launch without prior warning… to blow up balloons.” The Kim regime is one of the world’s worst violators of human rights, and strictly enforces allegiance to the government. The regime also is holding hundreds of thousands of its own citizens in brutal, secret prison camps …

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