posted on Apr, 28 2017 @ 11:03 PM
Friday, April 28, 2017
With today's explosion of a North Korean missile shortly after it launched, I think the failure-rate of these "tests" over the past 2 years have
now eclipsed 90%. (Was 88% last week)
Today's failure, follows last week's failure:
In both cases, U.S. officials CALMLY stated after the failed North Korea missile launches, that they were NOT surprised by the launch, OR surprised by
the failure of the missile.
Also, the U.S. has been (secretly) focusing on conducting and enhancing its CYBER efforts against North Korea's missile and nuclear testing program
for the past 3 years, according to: www.businessinsider.com...
I've often voiced dismay at how we send billions of our taxpayer dollars to the Intelligence community, and all they seem to deliver are better
"spying" techniques. It would be very gratifying to know that our money is also being used to prevent (potentially) millions of people from being
killed in a conventional war, by "shorting-out" the enemy's electronics during the launch phase..or sooner.
Hopefully, while we're "buying time" by sabotaging these launches, there are plans in the works for eliminating Kim Jung as the leader of North
Korea. Eventually, something he launches will make it all the way to the target...or fall short, and kill a lot of people. He must be removed from
power before that happens. (IMO of course)