???? #SouthKorea: Oops! This elderly South Korean man in Ansan already feels sufficiently enriched by Islam, so he gives the Muslims after their Eid prayer the advice to disappear from South Korea. by blocked @OnlineMagazin pic.twitter.com/zaCtqWOKQp
— The Backup of OnlineMagazin (@Fake_Ljaschko) June 5, 2019
This info is pretty specific and not delivered like a hoax or conspiracy.
If anyone is in the mood to search for video evidence of this attack, it could be very interesting indeed. Much of it follows logically. Iran and NORK are clearly working to mutual interests. It doesn’t even seem implausible, but this source is new to me and there is nothing related to it anywhere I have seen so far.
Also for the: “I have no idea if its true” file.
Denuclearization of North Korea.
— Manny_Ottawa (@manny_ottawa) June 12, 2018
So, Obama brushed off Dennis Rodman?
But Trump opened the door?
That racist claim is looking mighty funny in the light. Beware the evil left. pic.twitter.com/15QdRaGwu7
— Hotep Jesus ? (@VibeHi) June 12, 2018
BREAKING: “We overcame all kinds of skepticism and speculations about this summit and I believe that this is good for the peace": North Korea's Kim Jong Un via translator – Reuters
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) June 12, 2018
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Back to our regularly scheduled catastrophes:
North Korea on Tuesday fired a missile that traveled about 1000 km before crashing into the Sea of Japan, the Pentagon said in a statement.
The Department of Defense said that initial assessments indicated the missile was an intercontinental ballistic missile, or ICBM. In a news conference, Japan’s defense minister also said it seemed to be an ICBM.
The missile went higher than any shot North Korea had previously taken, according to Defense Secretary James Mattis.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe ordered an emergency meeting of Cabinet ministers following the launch, North Korea’s first since Sept. 15, when one flew over northern Japan and into the Pacific Ocean.
SEOUL, Nov. 28 (Yonhap) — South Korea’s unification minister said Tuesday that North Korea may announce the completion of its nuclear weapons programs next year as the North has been working on its nuclear arsenal at a faster pace.Cho Myoung-gyon made the remark as North Korea seeks to develop nuclear-tipped intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) capable of reaching as far as the U.S. mainland.“North Korea has been developing its nuclear weapons at a faster-than-expected pace. We cannot rule out the possibility that North Korea could announce its completion of a clear force within one year,” Cho told foreign correspondents in Seoul.He said that next year will be a key year for North Korea as the wayward regime marks the 70th anniversary of its establishment in 2018.The North conducted its sixth and most powerful nuclear test in September and fired two intercontinental ballistic missiles this year. But it has refrained from provocations following its launch of an intermediate-range missile over Japan on Sept. 15.
North Korea has fired another ballistic missile, which flew for 50 minutes, travelling around 620 miles, before landing in Japanese waters.The intercontinental ballistic missile was launched eastward from Pyongsong in North Korea’s South Pyongan Province in the direction of the Sea of Japan at around 3.30am local time (6.30pm GMT), the South Korean military confirmed citing its joint chiefs of staff.South Korean and American officials are currently working together to confirm the missile’s exact trajectory and Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has ordered an emergency cabinet meeting.
[…] “The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) determined the missile launch from North Korea did not pose a threat to North America, our territories or our allies,” Manning added.CNN also confirmed the launch with the South Korean military leaders.“North Korea fired an unidentified ballistic missile early this morning from Pyongsong, South Pyongan, to the east direction. South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff is analyzing more details of the missile with the US side,” said an official at South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff.South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said the South Korean military carried out a “precision missile strike drill” just minutes after North Korea’s missile launch.The precision missile strike matched the flight distance of the North Korean missile and landed in waters off the east coast of South Korea.
1. It appears that there has been an earthquake, or a series of them in North Korea related to their nuclear tests, indicating that they have destabilized the ground and region, geographically. (Meanwhile, the bulk of blue pilled Westerners still think Global Warming is a real thing)
South Korea detects a fourth small earthquake near Pyongyang’s nuclear test site.
Seoul’s weather agency reported a magnitude 2.9 quake early Friday with the epicenter located in the northeastern territory of the isolated state.
Meteorologists say the quake does not appear to be man made, and may have been a result of North Korea’s previous nuclear tests.
Experts have speculated the mountain where Pyongyang conducts its nuclear tests could explode, which could bear the risk of radioactive pollution.
The Australian and South Korean foreign ministers are discussed how to deter North Korea’s nuclear program amid the detection of the recent earthquake.
Just one week after uttering his now-infamous “this is the calm before the storm” statement to the press ahead of a dinner with military leaders, we now learn that President Trump has dispatched a second nuclear aircraft carrier, the USS Theodore Roosevelt, filled with 7,500 marines, to the Korean Peninsula. Of course, this comes after rumors swirled earlier this week that North Korea is preparing to fire multiple short-range rockets around the opening of the Chinese Communist Party’s twice-a-decade congress on Oct. 18th.
‘The USS Theodore Roosevelt, a Nimitz-class aircraft carrier, is en route to the western Pacific after leaving San Diego port last week.
The Roosevelt will focus on maritime security operations in the Pacific and Middle East, the US military announced.
But the £3.4billion ($4.5billion) warship, known as “the Big Stick”, has been sent to boost US defence on the Korean peninsula, according to South Korean media.
It is expected to arrive in region in the coming weeks amid fears North Korea is about to test another missile or nuclear weapon.’
North Korea has made fresh threats to attack the U.S. territory of Guam with a ‘salvo of missiles’ after a recent aviation exercise over the peninsula.
In a statement published in North Korean state media, Pyongyang said the military drills ‘lets us take our hand closer to the ‘trigger’ for taking the toughest countermeasure’.