Sony Attack: U.S. Blames Iran, China and Russia

Friday, December 19, 2014
By Paul Martin

Corporate media suggests economic warfare against China’s banks

Kurt Nimmo
December 19, 2014

U.S. intelligence says it has evidence North Korea is not the “sole entity” behind the Sony Pictures malware attack.

A source told Fox News on Friday the sophistication of the attack rules out North Korea and instead implicates Russia, China or Iran.
It is speculated the U.S. may respond to the attack by engaging in economic warfare against countries that do business with North Korea.

“Even Chinese companies operating in the country could be targeted, experts said, although sanctions against these firms could result in consequences that spill beyond the Korean peninsula,” CNBC reported on Thursday.

“The toughest option: The United States could restrict North Korea’s dollar-denominated trade by hitting Chinese banks that do business with Pyongyang — a tactic used against Iran and, less comprehensively, against Russia after its incursion into Ukraine’s Crimea region,” reports CNN.

The overblown Sony malware attack is designed to open another front in the war against Russia and China, both considered geostrategic threats by the financial elite.

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