‘Artificial earthquake’ strikes North Korea near known nuclear test site

‘Artificial earthquake’ strikes North Korea near known nuclear test site

‘Artificial earthquake’ strikes North Korea near known nuclear test site
An earthquake measuring 6.3 magnitude has struck North Korea near a known nuclear test site, Punggye-ri, suggesting that Pyongyang may have conducted its sixth nuclear test, Yonhap reports.

An allegedly artificial quake was detected at 12:36pm in North Hamgyeong Province, according to the Korea Meteorological Administration (KMA), Yonhap reports.

“Today, at around 12:36pm, we detected an artificial earthquake measuring 5.6 magnitude… we are analyzing whether a nuclear test was conducted,” South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said, according to Yonhap.

The USGS reported the tremor as a 6.3 magnitude, while China’s earthquake administration also said it detected a 6.3 magnitude earthquake in northeastern North Korea, calling it a “suspected explosion,” Reuters reported.

The Pentagon and the JCS have urgently called for a crisis countermeasure, assuming that North Korea is most likely to have conducted a sixth nuclear test, the report added. Seoul has placed its military on highest alert and is closely cooperating with the US.

Seoul’s presidential office has already accused its neighbor of conducting a nuclear test while president Moon Jae-in has convened a National Security Council meeting.

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Earlier in the day, North Korea’s official news agency (KCNA) reported that the Nuclear Weapons Institute has created a “more developed nuke,” that can be fitted on an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM).

The new alleged hydrogen bomb, the report said, not only features “enormous destructive power” but can also be used to detonate a “super powerful” electromagnetic pulse.

South Korea’s National Intelligence Service warned Monday that its neighbor might be preparing its sixth nuclear weapon test from a nuclear test site in Punggye-ri. North Korea has already conducted five nuclear tests – in 2006, 2009, 2013 and in January and September 2016. During the last test, the North claimed it had successfully detonated a small nuclear warhead.


  • uhm

    It would seem this is a minimum 150 kiloton nuclear weapon that has been tested since the original seismic reading was 5.6 according to USGS. This is the exact same real seismic level that was recorded at the World Trade Center on 9/11 before the figure was purposely reduced to help keep the flawed official conspiracy theory alive. Notice how the threat of atmospheric detonation is highlighted via the talk of the electro-magnet pulse then remember how you’ve been programmed by the Blackout propaganda from the West in a Western world release of the ‘Blackout’ TV programs. I wouldn’t be surprised if the blackout agenda is set as a method to counter some kind of BRICS alternative to the current slave monetary system. In Britain aerials have been placed on all the local powerstations under the excuse that they can be restarted if a power out occurs but I’ve asked the question why if they can be turned on remotely then why can’t they be turned off remotely? If a power out hits shortly don’t believe all you hear as it might be a master kill switch that gets switched on and takes the power out as part of yet another ordo ab chao scam for social engineering, slavery and control

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