North Korea is boisterously testing new Intercontinental Ballistic
Missiles and taunting the world to try to stop him, a very quiet
whisper began circulating this morning from persons known to be
government employees in nearby Seoul, South Korea: This is when to ".
. . evacuate Seoul . . ."
to the International reach of "The Hal Turner Radio Show"
which brings American talk-radio to countries around the world via
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afternoon, eastern US time, we began receiving telephone calls and
emails from listeners in South Korea, telling us that persons known
to work for the South Korean government have begun PERSONALLY warning
residents of Seoul that "terrible trouble" is coming and
they should prepare to evacuate the city of ten million, under
specific circumstances, reported below . . .
Korean Missile Picked-up on Cameras in Japan; TRUMP: "We will no
longer allow this to continue" 45% "Currency Manipulator"
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latest illegal missile launched by North Korea toward Japan, fell so
close to the northern Japanese city of Hokkaido, it was picked-up
falling into the ocean by traffic cams and security cams in that
city! I have the video, below. President Trump BLASTED China over
their failure to assist with North Korea and stated bluntly "We
will no longer allow this to continue."
North Korea again fired an illegal missile to test its ability to
reach the continental United States. By all estimates, North Korea
now HAS the ability to hit Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle,
Chicago and -possibly- Boston and New York City, if they fire over
the North Pole instead of across the Pacific Ocean.
experts said that while the missile had a range of just around
1,000km, its apogee – the highest point it reached during flight –
was up to 3,700km, during a flight which lasted 47 minutes. By
reaching over 3700km in altitude, it was more than high enough to
achieve low-earth orbit, and thus steer a warhead to much of the
continental United States.
the North Korean missile came back down to earth, it was so close to
northern japan that the TEST warhead - heated and glowing from
re-entry into earth's atmosphere, was picked-up by Japanese
Broadcaster NHK's cameras over Hokkaido. Here is what the cameras