It would appear that pressure is going to start being applied to North Korea in a serious way based on the recent visit to South Korea of U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson (a return to big oil?) stating that “U.S. policy of strategic patience with North Korea has ended.” Ended? Since it was probably an American CIA (private intelligence organizations) operation to take out Kim Jong Un’s half-brother, Kim Jong Nam in order to possibly set North Korea up for a potential military attack allegedly being prepared for by U.S. Navy SEALs, this might explain Rex Tillerson visiting South Korea and Japan launching a spy satellite to peer down on North Korea. If I were the North Korean leadership I would be preparing for some serious shit about to be blowing down on them in the coming year.
Source: Live Science
Japanese Spy Satellite Launches to Watch North Korea
By Mike Wall, Space.com Senior Writer | March 17, 2017
A file photo of a Japanese H-IIA rocket built by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries atop its launch pad at Tanegashima Space Center in southern Japan in 2016. An H-IIA rocket launched Japan’s Information Gathering Satellite Radar 5 mission on March 16 EDT (early March 17 local time at the launch site).
Japan launched a new spy satellite into orbit last night (March 16) to help keep an eye on the nation’s unpredictable, nuclear-armed neighbor, North Korea.
The Information Gathering Satellite (IGS) Radar 5 lifted off atop a Japanese H-IIA rocket from Tanegashima Space Center in southern Japan at 9:20 p.m. EDT (0120 GMT, and 10:20 a.m. local Japan time on March 17).