The task of the luciferian’s social engineers is normalization of their own domination of the world without triggering a reaction that might lead to an uncontrollable outcome, similarly (identically, in fact) to how the 9/11 false flag provided a pretext for the US invasion of the mideast ( http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2014/06/reprise-wesley-clark-on-the-real-agenda-in-the-middle-east/ ) and the orwellian control grid which has descended on the west. Their steady march toward irresistable global tyranny belies their intent to do massive harm, not protect us from their conjured enemies. You don’t handcuff and gag children in your basement because you want to protect them.
The claimed concern over north korea’s EMP technology is a diversion. The threat and the inevitability of solar CME’s has existed for far longer with no discernable protective action from washington. Both threats would be cheaply mitigated by installing surge protectors on the power grid. Refusal to do so exposes the pretext as the lie that it is.
The fact is that they want to normalize the use of nuclear first strikes by an overwhelmingly powerful military machine in the name of “keeping the peace.”
Experts Warn Congress: North Korean EMP Would Kill ‘90% of Americans’ – Consider Nuke First Strike
Two EMP experts warned Congress on Thursday that North Korea is capable of executing an EMP attack over the United States which would send the U.S. back to the stone age and would lead to the deaths of 90 percent of all Americans within one year.
Chairman Dr. William R. Graham and Chief of Staff Dr. Peter Vincent Pry of the Commission to Assess the Threat to the United States from Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) Attack told the Committee on Homeland Security that the U.S. is now facing a “doomsday scenario” as U.S. intelligence under the Obama administration grossly underestimated the capabilities of North Korea.
Former NASA rocket scientist James Oberg visited North Korea’s Sohae space launch base, witnessed elaborate measures undertaken to conceal space launch payloads, and concludes in a 2017 article that the EMP threat from North Korea’s satellites should be taken seriously:
…there have been fears expressed that North Korea might use a satellite to carry a small nuclear warhead into orbit and then detonate it over the United States for an EMP strike. These concerns seem extreme and require an astronomical scale of irrationality on the part of the regime. The most frightening aspect, I’ve come to realize, is that exactly such a scale of insanity is now evident in the rest of their space program.
Graham and Pry referenced writing from Ambassador Henry Cooper – former Director of the U.S. Strategic Defense Initiative, and a preeminent expert on missile defenses and space weapons – who has repeatedly warned U.S. officials about the threat presented by North Korea:
U.S. ballistic missile defense (BMD) interceptors are designed to intercept a few North Korean ICBMs that approach the United States over the North Polar region. But current U.S. BMD systems are not arranged to defend against even a single ICBM that approaches the United States from over the South Polar region, which is the direction toward which North Korea launches its satellites… So, North Korea doesn’t need an ICBM to create this existential threat. It could use its demonstrated satellite launcher to carry a nuclear weapon over the South Polar region and detonate it…over the United States to create a high-altitude electromagnetic pulse (HEMP)…The result could be to shut down the U.S. electric power grid for an indefinite period, leading to the death within a year of up to 90 percent of all Americans—as the EMP Commission testified over eight years ago.
Graham and Pry stated the U.S. now faces a serious and potentially imminent threat of a nuclear EMP attack from North Korea and that immediate action is needed:
- Just six months ago, most experts thought North Korea’s nuclear arsenal was primitive, some academics claiming it had as few as 6 A-Bombs. Now the intelligence community reportedly estimates North Korea has 60 nuclear weapons.
- Just six months ago, most experts thought North Korea’s ICBMs were fake, or if real could not strike the U.S. mainland. Now the intelligence community reportedly estimates North Korea’s ICBMs can strike Denver and Chicago, and perhaps the entire United States.
- Just six months ago, most experts thought North Korea was many years away from an H-bomb. Now it appears North Korea has H-Bombs comparable to sophisticated U.S. two-stage thermonuclear weapons.
- Just six months ago, most experts claimed North Korean ICBMs could not miniaturize an ABomb or design a reentry vehicle for missile delivery. Now the intelligence community reportedly assesses North Korea has miniaturized nuclear weapons, and has developed reentry vehicles for missile delivery, including by ICBMs that can strike the U.S….
Just 6 months ago? In 6 months this amorphous phantom PR construct known as the “US intelligence community” has had some kind of revelation leading to a 180 on their estimate of NK’s capabilities? Or is this yet another repetition of the doctored intelligence estimates used in reagan’s bloated military buildup (Team B) or the wanton murder of iraq (WMD’s)? Will they employ a false flag such as they used to launch the assault on vietnam (tonkin gulf incident)? Or maybe it will be a sudden outburst of humanitarian concerns as with libya.
An alternative explanation for this sudden shift is some kind of deliberate underestimation of NK’s military during the obama admin. Draw your own conclusions about possible motivations for this. Neither of the two that I can think of are particularly reassuring.
Either explanation is more credible than the incompetence theory.
Gee, it’s a good thing they’re on OUR side. God knows what they’d do if we were tied up in the basement.
Single acts of tyranny may be ascribed to the accidental opinion of the day; but a series of oppressions, begun at a distinguished period, and pursued unalterably through every change of ministers, too plainly prove a deliberate systematical plan of reducing us to slavery.
— Thomas Jefferson