North Korea’s Satellites Could Unleash Electromagnetic Pulse Attack

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North Korea reportedly is rebuilding its Sohae satellite launch facility, widely interpreted as threatening to resume intercontinental missile development — ignoring the greater immediate threat from North Korea’s satellites and electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack.

Dr. William Graham, EMP Commission Chairman, in “North Korea Nuclear EMP Attack: An Existential Threat,” on Oct. 12, 2017, warned Congress:

“While most analysts are fixated on when in the future North Korea will develop highly reliable intercontinental missiles, guidance systems, and reentry vehicles capable of striking a U.S. city, the threat here and now from EMP is largely ignored. EMP attack does not require an accurate guidance system because the area of effect, having a radius of hundreds or thousands of kilometers, is so large. Continue reading

Dr. Peter Vincent Pry: Obama lied about North Korea, EMP could kill 90% of US

(TRUNEWS) Dr. Peter Vincent Pry says President Obama is directly misleading America, and that North Korea could kill 90% of America with a satellite delivered EMP strike.

Pry’s statement were made during an interview with Rick Wiles of TRUNEWS on Thursday, while speaking about the specific threat North Korea’s nuclear and space program pose to the United States.

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