North Korea reveals eerie MASS MOURNING spectacle ahead of ‘impending missile blast’

Saturday, December 16, 2017
By Paul Martin

NORTH Koreans have started paying tribute to their former leader Kim Jong-il ahead of tomorrow’s sixth anniversary since his death.

Sat, Dec 16, 2017

Eerie footage shows a mass of North Koreans taking turns to run up to the colossal statues of Kim Jong-il, standing next to his father, and founder of the communist state, Kim Il-sung.

In the video of the scene, the choreographed mourning reveals sections of the crowd take turns to rush up to the statue’s feet where they then lay flowers.

The crowd can also be seen bowing simultaneously while military officials nearby salute the statue of their former leader, who is considered a demigod in the rogue state.

North Korea will continue to hold grandiose mourning events tomorrow, which marks the anniversary of Kim Jong-Il, who died on December 17, 2011.

This comes as experts fear his son may decide to shock the world and commemorate the death of the former leader with a controversial missile test.

The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington DC fear tomorrow’s date will mark a terrifying new missile test.

The erratic regime’s young leader has engaged in fiery rhetoric with US President Donald Trump and pledged to hit back at any provocations.

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