North Korea Accidentally Hit Their OWN CITY With A Missile

by | Jan 4, 2018 | Conspiracy Fact and Theory, Headline News | 25 comments

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    In the ongoing quest to become a nuclear superpower, North Korea has been making some impressive strides, worrying analysts. But one of their tests failed by all measures less than a year ago, as one of their first targets may have been themselves.

    On April 28, 2017, a North Korean ballistic missile crashed and hit the urban city of Tokchon, roughly 40 miles north of Pyongyang, The Diplomat reported. This ballistic missile test that went horribly wrong was not previously known, but likely resulted in at least some casualties and considerable damage to buildings.

    North Korea launched a single Hwasong-12/KN17 intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM) from Pukchang Airfield in South Pyongan Province (the Korean People’s Army’s Air and Anti-Air Force Unit 447 in Ryongak-dong, Sunchon City, to be more precise). That missile failed shortly after launch causing it to strike in the Chongsin-dong.

    According to a U.S. government source with knowledge of North Korea’s weapons programs who spoke to The Diplomat, the missile’s first stage engines failed after approximately one minute of powered flight, resulting in catastrophic failure. The missile never flew higher than approximately 70 kilometers. The location of the missile’s eventual impact was revealed exclusively to The Diplomat and evidence of the incident can be independently corroborated in commercially available satellite imagery from April and May 2017. –The Diplomat

    In April, most of the reports of the circumstances of this particular failed launch were sparse. Most noted only that North Korea launched a single missile that failed in flight. U.S. Pacific Command stated that the missile was launched from “near” Pukchang Airfield, a previously unused launch site for North Korean ballistic missile testing. As The Diplomat reported in June, contrary to other reports at the time, the three missiles tested in April were not anti-ship ballistic missiles, but a new type of intermediate-range ballistic missile.

    The Diplomat cross-referenced the failed missile’s approximate landing site with Google Earth and other satellite imaging to find that the suspected landing area did indeed seem to show signs of “considerable damage to a complex of industrial or agricultural buildings.” Several structures appeared damaged in satellite images, reportedly by debris from the failed launch.


    An image from Google earth of the complex show ground disturbances in an area that previously contained a building with fencing, also showing that a portion of the seasonal greenhouse had been damaged near the side of the complex where the debris fell. Using Planet Labs’ high-frequency satellite images of this site, we can narrow down the date which this change occurred, which was sometime between the 26th and the 29th, or the two-day window in which the test is known to have occurred.


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      1. Kim’s button didn’t work too well huh?

        • Any missile named Dong will not work well.

          • JS< I hope you're right and especially if it's DING DONG, LOL!

          • OK who forgot to fill up the gas tank before we took off ????

        • Maybe he has pre mature jubilation

          • Nailbanger, sounds like Porky is a premature dickhead, LOL.

        • der-uh which way did it go? duh, which way did it go?

      2. Rocketman might be his own worst enemy. Do it again rocketman! do it again!

        • Sounds like made in North Korea s WORSE than made in China.

          • Wonder how you say “Oh Shit!” or “My Bad” in gook?

      3. The same problem that many of our western nations are having: Mistakenly destroying themselves and each another.

      4. Communists countries are too problematic since they do not care about thier economies and starving citizens of thier own but they like persuing wars and other useless things.

      5. The worlds people are held hostage by psychotic madmen who could never pass for human beings. A disgusting bunch of murderous pricks.

      6. Wish there was a video that included the look on his face at that precise moment he realized he just fooked himself. I find it sum what amusing when you see that precise moment look on peoples faces dumb ass

      7. You bet someone is going to be on the receiving end of a 4 barreled machine gun. ha ha ha

      8. Twarn’t no accident… Un heard that there was a defector there and just got a wee bit carried away is all. Happened to be the starving dogs’ day off.

      9. Better them than US.
        Now I’m worried about this Dip Shit launching one and it hits something that it isn’t suppose to. Like Japan or S.K.

        • Hey Sarge just wanted to set the facts straight that I WAS NOT responding to your post regarding the Rasmussen /DHS article. My post was purely aimed at Rasmussen himself for his stance. I have the utmost respect for you and the job you do. Just wanted to set the record straight.

      10. North Korea Accidentally Hit Their OWN CITY With A Missile

        I highly doubt this ever happened.
        Story claims this happened last Spring.
        Why report about it now?

        There is clearly nothing to hide here.
        Our Media would of jumped all over this story if it were true when it “claimed” to happen.

        Anyhoo – it’s part of the process of testing rockets – failure eventually meets success … and we have all seen that their rockets do work … question is … are they able to hit their proper target(s)?

        • Depends on their guidance systems, most likely are using Chinese tech, so some yes, some no,
          If it stays in the atmosphere its more likely, anything that leaves the atmosphere gets tricky, angles, velocity, etc etc, then theres the heat issues, can the alloy used or system or insulating panels used survive extreme heat, can it insulate the payload and electronics. Eventually im sure they will succeed, right now though, i would bet its more like shooting off oversized fireworks,

        • “our media” is not reporting the protests going on in Iran either……….who do they work for now that Barry is out?

      11. Nailbanger, agreed. The NKs have some old Soviet-era Scuds and I think some newer Chinese missiles in the mix. I still question the quality of Chinese technology despite the fact that Clinton gave away so much of it to the chinks back in the 90s. Oversized fireworks sounds right to me.

      12. Too bad it didn’t hit Whon Phat Phuck’s imperial mansion and take him out. That would have been something to celebrate.

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