North Korea Fired a Missile Over Northern Japan Early Tuesday Japan Time

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The Japanese government issued an emergency warning today as a North Korean medium-range ballistic missile headed for the sea off the eastern coast of Northern Japan. It passed over Northern Japan. The Japanese military did not to shoot it down.

Multiple missiles might have been fired off.

This is as the South Korean and U.S. military engaged in annual joint exercises.

Warnings were issued for Hokkaido, Tohoku … more …. alert issued for Hokkaido, Aomori, Iwate, Miyagi, Akita, Yamagata, Fukushima, Ibaraki, Tochigi, Gunma, Niigata and Nagano prefectures.

This type of missile and the direction it was flown does present a threat to Guam.

People were told to take shelter in solid buildings or underground shelters.

The missile passed over Hokkaido at 6:06 a.m. Japan time. They are 13 hours ahead of New York.

Just released photo of North Korean missile infrastructure.

JPY has fallen 50 or so points (yen buying)

Former ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton discussed North Korean diplomacy on Sunday.

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  1. Hopefully we will wake up one morning to learn that what was North Korea is now one big black hole in the ground. Semper Fi for the 54,000+ Military members who died fighting those bastards, during the “POLICE ACTION” from 1949 to 1953!! A great rally would be to see the leader of N. Korea slowly roasted on an open spit next to the biggest hog ever and a contest to see which could be properly identified as the hog…………………………….

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