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Friday, 13 April 2012

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North Korea has attributed the recent rocket launch failure to the Philippines. According to Pyongyang, the North Korean rocket was subjected to electronic warfare waged by Philippine IT experts hidden in a bunker deep under Malacanang, the presidential palace.

Initial findings suggest the rocket lost navigational control and eventually broke apart. North Korea swore a retaliatory attack is eminent in the next few days.

The Philippines has denied the accusation but has extended its DEFCON 1 alert status in anticipation of Pyongyang's next move.

The Philippine Navy reassured that all possible scenarios have been taken into account. According to the Philippine Navy, about ten thousand Philippine Navy SEALS or commandos are now strategically positioned deep under the sea around North Korea.

These Navy SEALS or commandos crawled on the seabed from the Philippine's northern island of Luzon to North Korean sea. They are there as our occupational force should Pyongyang make a stupid move, says Philippine President Aquino.

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