Sony Entertainment’s response to the cyber attack said to have come from North Korea is an abomination, and every free-speech and anti-terrorism advocate needs to understand that their decision to pull the release of the comedy “The Interview” is indefensible and misplaced. To take such an action is more than waiving a white flat at unknown adversaries, but also an opening for a stream of future acts of blackmail and extortion.
The American people need to send a message to Sony that this is just plain wrong, and the only way to do that is to hit them in the pocketbook – it’s time to boycott ALL Sony products, including all of their movies, their electronics, their financial products, and all else.
|The following are movies that Sony has released to theaters in the recent past or that they will release soon - DO NOT GO TO THESE MOVIES! |
Love is Strange
These are recent and coming Sony DVD releases – DO NOT BUY OR DOWNLOAD THESE MOVIES!
22 Jump Street
Deliver Us From Evil
No Good Deed
Think Like a Man
Magic in the Moonlight
the Amazing Spider-Man 2
Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary Edition
|Do not buy or use Sony Ericsson cellphones
Do not buy or use Sony VAIO computers
Do not buy or use Sony Playstation products
Do not buy or use Sony Televisions
Do not buy or use Sony Cameras
Do not buy or use Sony Music including any of their wide array of CD offerings, through Sony Music Entertainment, Sony BMG, and Famous Music, which includes the catalogues of Michael Jackson, The Beatles, Usher, Eminem, Akon, and others.
Do not buy or use Sony video games marketed through Sony Online Entertainment which includes such multi-player games as EverQuest, EverQuest II, The Matrix Online, PlanetSide, Star Wars Galaxies, Free Realms, and Vanguard: Saga of Heroes.
Do not use services or products provided through Sony Bank, Sony Life, or Sony Bank Securities.
Tell Sony we will not stand for this type of censorship and abridgment of the First Amendment!