These media Jews are going to wind up getting millions of people killed if they continue with their nonsense and inaccurate reporting – likely driven in this case by an insatiable greed and eagerness to generate clickbait revenue (the Chinese were probably just panicking due to their deep ties with the Pyongyang regime).
Lying about literally everything under the sun is expected (the parasites just can’t help themselves), but when the possibility of nuclear war looms on the horizon, perhaps a bit of fact-checking should be required.
Just imagine if Ivanka Trump had seen the below headline – she would have had an emotional breakdown and demanded that Daddy do something ASAP.
And then I guess it would have been time to say goodbye to Japan, South Korea, and tens of thousands of American soldiers stationed within artillery/missile range of the Korean DMZ.
From Zero Hedge:
As expected – and feared – during the annual “Day of the Sun” celebration parade (celebrating the birth of the nation’s founder), Bloomberg blasted a headline that Chinese news agency Xinhua reported that North Korea has fired a projectile.
- NORTH KOREA FIRES PROJECTILE, MEDIA SAYS: XINHUA
On its website, Bloomberg immediately picked up the story, and ran with “North Korea Fires Projectile Media, Says Xinhua” (at a url which still reads: “https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-04-15/north-korea-fires-projectile-media-says-xinhua“)
However, it appears that the headline scanning algos made a collosal error, and that Xinhua interpreted events quite incorrectly as it was, as CBC and Reuters reports, the appearance of a new submarine-launched missile at the parade for the first time:
- NORTH KOREA SUBMARINE-LAUNCHED BALLISTIC MISSILE SEEN AT MILITARY PARADE FOR FIRST TIME: RTRS
North Korea displayed its submarine-launched ballistic missiles (SLBM) for the first time on Saturday ahead of a massive military parade in the capital, Pyongyang.
State TV showed images of the Pukkuksong-2 SLBMs on trucks waiting to be paraded in front of leader Kim Jong-un.
Immediately after, Xinhua – and Bloomberg – rushed to issue a clarification to avoid what may be a military confrontation.