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ElfFriend Creator
ElfFriend Dec 17 2014, 8:13pm says:

I guess once reasoning with them has gone out the window I guess extermination or waiting them out would be my next step.

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Frenzied_Metalhead Dec 17 2014, 8:16pm says:

How do you fight terrorism, you ask? The simple answer is: You don't. Just let them threaten, scream and shout all you want. They're not going to go away, even after you give them what they want.

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Cure Optimism
Cure Optimism Dec 18 2014, 4:15am says:

I bet Nato is creaming his ******* khakis over this. How do you fight terrorists? You don't negotiate with them! But I'd also like to see Kim Jong-Un get his pudgy, manbaby *** blown off Inglorious Basterds style. I've become a spiteful prick these last few years.

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Sanguinius Dec 18 2014, 6:01am says:

I thought 'Murica doesn't negotiate with terrorists? Hypocrites...

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Lt.Dann Dec 18 2014, 9:32am says:

They're stubborn babies who want to force you to change, so you do what you want regardless of what they say. The more we give in to their scare tactics the more encouraged they will be. Hell the terrorists get ***** when they turn on their TV and see everyone "never forgetting 9/11" because the more we try to "respect" the victims of terrorists, the more ******* the terrorists have.

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BioDestroyer Dec 18 2014, 9:42am says:

First off, let's not blame North Korea for this, they said they are not involved with this, and even the FBI said that they are probably not involved. ('Muricans usually put the blame on their enemies almost instantly, the fact they didn't do it this time has to mean something.)

Secondly, North Korea said that this movie is "... an act of war.". You can't complain about that. The US once said that hacking another country is an act of war, and yet, not too long after that, we discovered that they hacked Germany and Brazil (and probably others). According to what they said, they declared war on these countries.

Thirdly, the hackers were probably bluffing, but still, the fact they ceded because of fear, which is the main weapon of actual terrorists (I say 'actual' because every enemy of state is being denominated a terrorist, which is not right), could send a message to those terrorists that, if done right, terror tactics can work even against the "most powerful country of the world", which could bring the resurgence of terror attacks against the US and NATO countries.

Now, finally answering the question: No one will ever be able to defeat them completely, even if you try to kill them all, some will survive, and then change focus to rebuild their organization. The only thing you can really do is not give reasons for people to think that fighting alongside them they will be fighting against evil, which is a thing the US doesn't do well, because everytime they invade someplace they end up killing a lot of civilians in the process.

In other words, this is a case of Evil vs Evil, and a bunch of idiots on both sides that behave like very good pawns.

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Spudman619 Dec 18 2014, 10:47am says:

Shoot them. Shoot all of them.

Nah, just carry on with your life, ignore their demands. Of course, act as previously suggested if they confront you.

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Reborn:X Creator
Reborn:X Dec 18 2014, 2:01pm says:

To know their response you must know the Korean culture at least a bit.

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murauder 14hours 16mins ago says:

To hell with them, play the movie. If they follow through with there threat then we'll hunt them. If they're connected to the DPRK then we'll have a great excuses to clean up the sixty year old mess.

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Sony, after terrorist threats from North Korea, has decided to not allow The Interview to release on Christmas day. Yet again, the terrorists win.

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