North Korean missile shot down

The crew of a Japanese science vessel and many other eyewitnesses have confirmed that North Korea’s “failed” missile launch was actually disrupted by anti-missile defense systems or possibly Aliens. Several described a “streak of light” preceding the break-up of the missile. Whether this was a part of an airborne anti-missile laser system or an alien beam has been disputed, but experts agree that nothing can possibly be known about what these people claim to have seen. Even if video footage surfaces, hoaxing technology has become virtually indistinguishable from reality and it would actually be proof of nothing.

Our secret insiders, pouring through confidential Pentagon computer systems, have found no trace of this military operation, but that is to be expected in a mission with such need for secrecy. One thing the hackers known as the “InFiltrators” did find of interest was the following excerpt from the Ballistic Control Contingency Update Memo.

PENTAGON MEMO 3932098A-F3
BALLISTIC CONTROL CONTINGENCY UPDATE MEMO
1. SHOULD NORTH KOREA ATTEMPT TO TEST BALLISTICS
WITH AN OPENLY ANNOUNCED MISSILE TEST
A. YAL1 IS STATIONED AT OKINAWA AND WILL DEPLOY
B. HAARP WILL GO LIVE AND PROVIDE SECONDARY SUPPORT
C. TERTIARY SUPPORT THROUGH SUBMARINE ABM SYSTEM
2. SURPRISE MISSILE LAUNG ATTEMPT FROM DPRK
A. HAARP HAS THE CAPABILITY TO MOBILIZE WITHIN
EXACTLY ONE MINUTE
B. SENSORS MUST BE PERMANENTLY IN PLACE TO DETECT
MISSILE ACTIVITY
C. SUBMARINE ABM SYSTEMS MUST ALWAYS BE PRESENT IN
SEA OF JAPAN

YAL1 refers to an airborne laser test system capable of destroying ballistic missiles which is mounted on a Boeing 747. Anti-ICBM systems mounted on submarines are previously unheard of, and possibly part of yet another top secret defense plot for total world dominance. It is well-known that HAARP is capable of creating pockets of intense heat anywhere on the globe, and firing them directly in the path of an intercontinental missile will almost always cause a catastrophic structural failure. Certainly, there is no way to defeat the United States in a missile-to-missile nuclear war. However, that is no longer the high ground of the battlefield. The high ground is now cyber.

When World War III breaks out and all the American Military Info Systems start failing, it’s only because the Chinese and Russians have been hiding in them for so long. If Anonymous can get into them, it’s a simple conclusion that powerful states investing nearly infinite resources into cyberwarfare have done much more profoundly damaging things which will be undetectable until it is far too late. Some fringe theorists have suggested that the North Koreans’ failure was actually a result of Pentagon computer hackers sabotaging the missile manufacturing process. This scenario is by far the most likely.

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10 comments to North Korean missile shot down

  • You people are so dumb. america is so far behind north Korea its not even funny.
    It was not a failed missile launch, it was a successful top secret defense nuclear submarine launch.

    Do I have to explain everything?

    • @Kilgoar

      i DOUBT that. if they were that far ahead, it would have been a HOLOGRAPHIC missile launch.

      you’re absolutely right, i think. a top secret defense nuclear submarine HOLOGRAPHIC launch.

    • Geodude

      If it was launched from a submarine, that would mean they were behind us. We and the German’s had under-watercraft, from the u-boats to submarines, and that was ww2 and earlier.
      Nuclear submarines have been around for awhile too.
      And we’ve had nuclear weapons since at the latest 1944.
      Do I have to explain everything?

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  • Korea's Finest

    Our new leader has severely shamed us.

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  • Jeff

    Geodude, I think you missed the boat (or sub) all together.You see , what John did was make a joke! Very informative of you , though.

  • No its could be the “star war satellite” armed with laser beam that Reagan administration had planned to have outer space for Defence.Ask NASA – its “STAR WAR” construction was builded in the Nevada desert at Area 51 and was launched in the 90’s which still remain above us. That is why there launching Astronaut up there for maintenace purpose.

  • HARRP
    “Angels Don’t Play This HARRP”
    It is used to inject Very High Voltage Into the Ionosphere.
    The Ionosphere reply’s by tripling the Input and then return the output back to the source.
    What makes HAARP different, is that it can redirect the stimulated Ionosphere Output to any longitude and latitude or create a spatial relationship with space time continuum as a beam of High Energy, which is visible as a conical bluish green spiral cone beginning at the source as a very large cone, and as a continuous loop spirals out to it’s focal point as extremely high energy. All a test rocket need do is to come in contact anywhere
    on the spiral, and the rocket will begin to tumble.
    If the focal point of the Harrp generated ray touches any part of the rocket, the rocket will disintegrate.

    Dust thou art, and dust thou shalt return.
    If North Korea gets too hyper, the US and Allies will hit the country , suddenly, without warning, with some nicely placed Neutron Bombs.
    A Very Low Yield bomb creating a small nuclear signature that will last merely a week.
    The bomb only kills human beings, and all other forms of life, leaving the infrastructure intact and fully operational with some fine adjustments.
    It melts the flesh off the bones.
    That could hurt maybe, but just for a split second or a blink of an eye. 1/25th of a second.

    “think of the forest without the trees”
    C.Evergreen

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