In the capital area of Seoul, South Korea alone live an estimated 24 million, with over 100,000 Americans living in a city that Kim Jong Un has continually threatened to turn into a 'sea of flames' should war break out. As General Mattis recently stated, "if this goes to a military solution, it's going to be tragic on an unbelievable scale". And while South Korea and Japan would be in immediate regional danger should war break out, in this new story from The Sun that the Drudge Report linked to Friday morning they report Kim Jong Un has issued a new threat to America: "to ‘annihilate the US in a single blow’ if the United Nations imposes sanctions over its nuke test".
Anyone who's been paying attention understands that there is only one way that North Korea could take down the entire US in a single blow and that is if there were an EMP strike upon us that took down the electrical grid across the nation. While a nuclear strike or series of nuclear strikes upon major US cities would be absolutely catastrophic, with massive losses of life, such attacks wouldn't annihilate our entire country in one shot as North Korea now threatens to do.
Is their new statement proof they have the weapons necessary to take down the grid?
NORTH Korea’s nuke-obsessed leader Kim Jong-un has warned the US is “inviting its ultimate doom” if it continues to push for UN sanctions over his ballistic missile tests. The threatening response came as new sanctions have been proposed after the hermit state’s test-launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile last week. It comes as Mr Trump has launched a global campaign to tackle the North Korean threat and last week urged Kim’s ally China to apply pressure over his nuclear program.
Kim’s mouthpiece, the Korean Central News Agency, quoted North Korea’s foreign minister as saying his nation would respond to any new UN sanction “resolution” with its “act of justice”. The TV broadcast said: “The successful launch of Hwasong-14 “has fully demonstrated the will and capability of the DPRK (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) to annihilate the US in a single blow to the very heart of its mainland in case it fails to act with discretion.
“It is time for the US to renew its perspective on the DPRK’s strategic position which has reached dazzling heights. “However, it is inviting its ultimate doom by resorting to the sanctions and pressure campaign against the DPRK. “It will be a fatal mistake to consider any chance that the DPRK which rose to a dignified nuclear power and an ICBM state would tolerate the reckless ‘sanctions’ racket of the US and other hostile forces.”
However, as we've previously reported on ANP, two North Korean satellites that fly over the US several times every day that could carry miniaturized nuclear weapons and possibly deliver the 'knockout blow' that North Korea is now apparently warning of could bring down the US in one blow if experts warnings are correct.
Dr. Pry previously served on the 'Commission to Assess the Threat to the United States from Electromagnetic Pulse Attack' and his warning to us helps to explain much of the mystery that has surrounded this latest North Korean nuclear test that some experts said was nowhere near powerful enough to have been a hydrogen bomb test. We learn here of a 'different kind' of hydrogen bomb that would indeed have such a 'low yield' as was detected.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has threatened a 'merciless sacred war' against its enemies and as we learn here, a 'Super EMP' weapon would be much more dangerous to the United States than the most powerful H-bomb ever built due to its potential to kill off 90% of the US population - the masses dead through starvation and the collapse of society. Forget a massive bomb that could completely destroy cities; this one could be far more devastating to America.
With President Trump, General Mattis and the world left with nothing but very poor options ahead on how to handle this North Korea problem, we understand why Johnson warns a nuclear strike upon America may be coming soon as we also hear in the 2nd video below, patience is running out as more and more threats are made.
In the first video below our videographer take a very long look at the 'North Korea problem' and the EMP threat, sharing with us many different stories while looking at many different sides of the EMP threat in an attempt to determine if the threat is real or ridiculous. Those who think its 'ridiculous' might be suprised by much of the information uncovered.