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Speculation Abounds: Did North Korea Launch a New EMP Capable Star Wars Weapon System?

by Mac Slavo, SHTFPlan:

In May of 2009 North Korea’s controversial nuclear weapons tests were dismissed by global intelligence agencies as failures due to their low explosive yield. But EMPact America President Dr. Peter Vincent Pry, a former CIA nuclear weapons analyst, had his own assessment. It appears, according to Pry, that while the yield from the nuclear tests was weak with respect to destructive power in terms of the nuclear blast itself, the tests indicated the weapon was “capable of emitting enough gamma rays to disable the electric power grid across most of the lower 48 states.”

It’s been referred to as a “Super-EMP,” or electro-magnetic pulse weapon, something that foreign powers and rogue states have been working on developing for years as a low-cost, low-inventory counter strategy to America’s massive nuclear weapons stockpiles.

Some analysts now believe that North Korea may have not only built such a weapon, but this week they may have very well tested a delivery device that would make it possible for them to launch a pre-emptive strike against the United States. Such an attack could destroy electronic components in everything from cell phones and cars to water utility plants and gas stations from coast-to-coast within seconds, throwing the country’s infrastructure back to the 1800′s.

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4 comments to Speculation Abounds: Did North Korea Launch a New EMP Capable Star Wars Weapon System?

  • curt

    what are the chances such a weapon would inadvertantly hurt canadian infra structure and to what extent, should it actually be deployed against the usa?

  • Ed_B

    Even the idiot in charge of North Korea should understand that US nuclear subs are watching… and waiting… and are immune to EMP… and WILL obliterate ANY country that attacks the US mainland with such a weapon. There really is a line in the sand beyond which we will not go and woe be unto anyone who takes us there.

  • curt

    you are right an IDIOT, would know they were going to be obliterated.
    But a psychopath bent on destruction on the other hand, just might use a hurricane storm power outage or economic collapse, dollar collapse etc etc as a sign of weakness and strike anyways.

  • Robert Johnsson

    oh..Like the I D I O T NuttyYahoo?

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