I don't mind answering questions, even if you are being sarcastic about it. After thinking about both questions, I don't think they are mutually exclusive and can be answered in the same breathe...
The fact is that just because a console is hacked doesn't mean that 100% of people who buy that console will actually hack it or even pirate games for it, so developers will continue to make games for profit.
I don't believe piracy kills a consoles life and so dev's are going to continue to work with it until it becomes unprofitable - think psp.
The point I was making though is that "wishing doom" on Sony and hoping that these seizures stick will affect all consumers because if there is no PS3's being sold (or the console is banned entirely) then why would developers want to make games for it, and even those that choose to will not make it to a standard of quality such as Metal Gear 4, Killzone 2/3, Uncharted etc.
I don't expect game developers to move profession because of console's being hacked or PC games being bypassed, but I don't expect them to make a quality game for that platform once it has been hacked for a smaller profit - and I think that kind of questioning displays the same narrow mindedness and quite possibly lack of common sense when it comes to an issue where there isn't a definitive answer.