gina - 8/5/2017 at 07:45 PM

While the newsmedia has fed us stories that North Korea only had the nuclear capability to hit the west coast, such as Alaska, (and most people were okay with THAT - as long as it is not near me was what people thought), well now come reports from credible people who KNOW they have greater reach than just Alaska. The Japanese Foreign Minister awhile back said he thought they could reach Colorado. Now here is what we have from other well credentialed people.

"Retired Green Beret Warns: “North Korea Can Deliver A Warhead Containing An EMP Weapon Dead Center Over The Continental United States" - by Jeremiah Johnson -can-deliver-a-warhead-containing-an-emp-weapon-dead-center-over-the-contin ental-united-states_08032017

“Looks like it pretty much can get to New York, Boston, and probably falls just short of Washington [DC]. If those numbers are correct, the missile flown on a standard trajectory, the missile would have a range of 10,400 km (6,500 miles), not taking into account the Earth’s rotation. However, the rotation of the Earth increases the range of missiles fired eastward, depending on their direction. It is important to keep in mind that we do not know the mass of the payload the missile carried on this test.” - David Wright, Senior Scientist, Global Security Program, Union of Concerned Scientists to CNBC

Dr. Peter V. Pry, formerly an analyst with the CIA, and now the head of the Committee to Assess EMP (Electromagnetic Pulse) Threats against the U.S., is the foremost expert on such threats and briefs Congress on them annually. Dr. Pry has assured Congress countless times that North Korea not only has miniaturization capabilities regarding nuclear warheads, but also has that capability regarding the deployment of an EMP weapon. I strongly urge you to read his writings and articles.

Now-retired Congressman Roscoe Bartlett (R, MD) practically hopped up and down during both the Bush Jr. and Obama administrations to try and initiate action by the government to protect the grid and infrastructure from an EMP attack. To no avail, all his pleadings… substantiated by piles of research documents and assessments – pure evidence – fell on deaf ears, and he has since retired and withdrawn from mainstream society. Several general officers over the past years (such as General Curtis Scapparotti, for example) went “against the grain” during the Obama years and declared that North Korea did indeed possess EMP weapons, miniaturization capabilities, and ICBM’s. Their declarations also went unheeded.

Along with the mothballing of TARS (Tethered Aerostat Radar System), the string of radar-equipped balloons along the Gulf Coast to add about ten minutes early warning time to our missile tracking capabilities. As SHTF Plan reported, TARS was taken out in 2013, at Obama’s direction. North Korea has two satellites in orbit that each cross over the U.S. several times daily at 300 km, the optimal height for an EMP strike.

From Steve Quayle's site:

“Angel says: Comment ID: 3722746 August 1, 2017 at 1:22 am

“Wanted to give a heads up that the upcoming fight with North Korea is very real. My child is a Combat Engineer stationed at the DMZ currently and they are readying for a fight. They are doing things in that area that haven’t been done in 50 years. Such as clearing mine fields. They are awaiting orders to attack. Get prepared now if you’re not already. I have someone on the front line and I can tell you it’s getting bad.”

The ones who initiate the hostilities will be safe in underground bunkers with food, water, medical supplies, and armed guards…funded by their “host” populations, who will be busily engaged in being vaporized and incinerated on the surface. I close with the point that I have stood by all along, and exhort you to make the best possible choices and take actions for you and your family, while there’s still time to do so, in whatever way you can. Now is the time to act, and not “one second after,” so to speak:

The next world war will be initiated by an EMP weapon detonated over the United States, followed by a nuclear exchange and a war between conventional forces.

Jeremiah Johnson is the Nom de plume of a retired Green Beret of the United States Army Special Forces (Airborne). Mr. Johnson is also a Gunsmith, a Certified Master Herbalist, a Montana Master Food Preserver, and a graduate of the U.S. Army’s SERE school (Survival Evasion Resistance Escape). He lives in a cabin in the mountains of Western Montana with his wife and three cats

REMARKS: So should we consider a 'pre-emptive' strike on North Korea when they can launch nukes that can take out NYC, east coast cities, Chicago, Denver (the home of the NWO) as some of the military have subtly intimated when they say that "all options are on the table"? Seems too risky to me.

[Edited on 8/5/2017 by gina]

gina - 8/7/2017 at 10:47 PM

The United Nations Security Council took the vote today and it was unaniimous 15-0 to impose sanctions on North Korea, China and Russia even voted along with the US.

North Korea's response was that if we keep doing missile tests and try to take the government in Pyonyang out, we will be punished 1,000 times over.

My opinion is, we should just stay out of other country's business. If they want nuclear energy, let them develop it, if they nuke any other country, then go in and blast 'em one. There is no sovereignty for any nation if the UN or any one large power (like the US) can tell another country what they are allowed to do and have. I also do not think the common Korean people should be killed because of political disagreements between world leaders and that's all that wars do. They kill lots of people who did nothing wrong, that in an of itself makes them immoral and bad decisions. The million plus people we killed in Iraq did nothing to deserve it; just on a hunch or 'actionable intel' that Saddam had weapons of mass descruction. Even if he did, if he did not threaten anyone with them or use them, no country has the right to go start a war on another country.

gina - 8/8/2017 at 06:01 PM

"North Korea Now Making Missile Ready Nuclear Weapons" clear-weapons-us-analysts-say/ar-AApJ3bx?li

North Korea has successfully produced a miniaturized nuclear warhead that can fit inside its missiles, crossing a key threshold on the path to becoming a full-fledged nuclear power, U.S. intelligence officials have concluded in a confidential assessment.

The new analysis completed last month by the Defense Intelligence Agency comes on the heels of another intelligence assessment that sharply raises the official estimate for the total number of bombs in the communist country’s atomic arsenal. The U.S. calculated last month that up to 60 nuclear weapons are now controlled by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Some independent experts believe the number of bombs is much smaller.

The DIA and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence declined to comment.

An assessment this week by the Japanese Ministry of Defense also concludes there is evidence to suggest that North Korea has achieved miniaturization.

The U.N. Security Council in approving punishing new economic sanctions, including a ban on exports that supply up to a third of North Korea’s annual $3 billion earnings.

The nuclear progress further raises the stakes for President Trump, who has vowed that North Korea will never be allowed to threaten the United States with nuclear weapons. In an interview broadcast Saturday on MSNBC’s "Hugh Hewitt Show," national security adviser H.R. McMaster said the prospect of a North Korea armed with nuclear-tipped ICBMs would be “intolerable, from the president’s perspective.”

“We have to provide all options .... and that includes a military option,” he said. But McMaster said the administration would do everything short of war to “pressure Kim Jong Un and those around him, such that they conclude it is in their interest to denuclearize.” The options said to be under discussion ranged from new multilateral negotiations to reintroducing U.S. battlefield nuclear weapons to the Korean Peninsula, officials familiar with internal discussions said.

REMARKS: If they have the ability to strike back and inflict serious damage upon the US, why should we consider a military option against them? Even a street punk knows not to pick a fight with an opponent who can fight back, how come we haven't learned that yet as a militarized nation? Some militarists think they can just beat the crap out of other nations by doing pre-emptive strikes; the problem is the common people in those lands did nothing to deserve to die for, so how is that idea an acceptable option. God only allows defensive fighting back IF you are attacked first - there is no pre-emptive jihad. We are provoking North Korea with the sanctions, and threatening to blast them if they continue developing nukes to protect their own country with. It is narcissistic arrogance to tell other nations who may have nukes and who may not and act like we are in charge of the world.

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