Them old Biblical expression, “as ye sow, so shall ye reap” is coming true in Asia where someone or something is pestering the Internet services of North Korea. Of course, this event has nothing to do with
North Korea’s decision to hack into Sonys files. This madness arose because Sony offered the world a great motion picture named, “The Interview.” The premise of this great movie is that Americans decide to murder the Great Leader of North Korea, the wonderful, jolly man whose name, Kim Jong-un sends chills down the backs of world leaders. According to Doug Madory who works for Dyn Research, North Korea’s “networks are under duress” and it probably stems from attacks by an outside agency.
The good news for North Koreans is that very few of them have access to the Internet. Their lives go on as usual. Watching films that depict their great leader inspecting the latest corn crop or observing troops marching and singing songs of tribute to his brilliance. In other words, the CIA or NSA can hack away, it does not interrupt the boring lives of North Koreans.