ETs/EDs Disintegrate North Korean Unha-3 Rocket–Breaking!

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ETs/EDs View of Earth! Image Credit: NASA via Wikimedia

ETs/EDs Announced Destruction Of Unha-3 Moments Ago (now 6:35 p.m. CDT)

ETs/EDs (extraterrestrials/extradimensionals) of the Liberation Forces reported clobbering the provocative North Korean missile launch in boost phase under a minute after ABC News reported a possible rocket failure.  The ETs/EDs reportedly used precisely targeted phaser fire from one of their ships to wipe out the rocket and payload in a single fiery bloom. That target could’ve been taken out via certain orbital Earth built weapons, but the ETs/EDs “didn’t trust them,” so acted immediately. The Unha-3 and payload were destroyed at an altitude of 75,459 feet (23 kilometers), according to the ETs/EDs. The engagement was conducted interdimensionally and, per the ETs/EDs, from just outside the atmosphere.

ETs/EDs Say North Korea Lied About The Payload

According to the ETs/EDs, there was no weather satellite aboard. Rather, the payload consisted of a full service weight dummy thermonuclear warhead and associated telemetry gear, and that is why the ETs/EDs downed the rocket. It was anything but peaceful in intent, and, judging from various news reports, the Japanese rightly viewed it as a threat and were prepared to act. But how?

Japan Can Defend Herself, ETs/EDs & Sensitive Terrestrial Sources Agree

The Japanese today weren’t bluffing, seeing as how Japan has had very advanced Patriot missiles for some time now and has Aegis guided missile cruisers, which have substantial antimissile capability in their own right. Originally put in place as a defense against China, these systems now have another foe with whom to contend, North Korea. That foe, though, never reckoned on launch interdiction by the ETs/EDs!  Today’s shootdown was intended by the ETs/EDs as a pointed reminder that highly charged provocative military acts and aggression won’t be tolerated. The ETs/EDs are sick of our endless fighting and wish we’d “learn to get along.” Maybe today’s object lesson will help.







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darylluke - 3 years ago


Am I missing something? Your article states it was “dummy warhead”. So, if that is the case, it was no threat to anyone nor anything if it had a blank-shell, right? Why even bother shooting it down?

Maybe I’m missing something and/or you can clarify this.


    John Kettler - 3 years ago


    If you look at North Korea’s official statements before launch, it was officially described as carrying a weather satellite. North Korea had already been strictly warned by the international community about missile firings, so for it to launch a missile that was full up weapon lacking only an actual warhead was extremely provocative. such tests are conducted for two primary reasons: a) evaluate the performance of a weapon about to enter operational service; or, b) verify continuing reliability of an existing missile fleet. South Korea and Japan alike felt threatened and said so publicly, both saying they would shoot it down if it entered their airspace. So, North Korea flexed its muscles–and got spanked by the ETs/EDs.

Shama-an - 3 years ago

Footage of UFO near rocket:

    Jan - 3 years ago

    Tracker beam is the answer,you can create a sort of force field..around the target and trigger the target at a certain height, they would wait to the missile was over the yellow sea before it was brought down so as not to cause fatalities .

Jason Ramsey - 3 years ago

Timely! Minor problem though…the missile broke up after less than a minute of flying time and was observed visually disintegrating over the Yellow Sea, with a number of large pieces. It was in no way 7 miles high. It was reported as a first stage separation failure issue. How did it get to 7 miles high to be destroyed by particle weapons or whatever used by ETs and EDs?

    Sunfire - 3 years ago

    There is some great differences between what WAS reported by MSM and then what was reported by our ET/ED’s and confirmed by multiple ground sources, something else to keep in mind, our ET/ED’s were also the FIRST to report that it was in fact a dummy warhead and not the Satellite that N. Korea claimed. We always side with our sources over Mainstream Media Sources.

Shama-an - 3 years ago

David Wilcocks:

Shama-an - 3 years ago

Fulford: Ignore any missile fired from North Korea.

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