EMP: Extraordinary And Sobering Report Confirms The Long Shouted Warnings Of Watchmen
EMP: Extraordinary And Sobering Report Confirms The Long Shouted Warnings Of Watchmen By Dr Peter Vincent Pry – All News Pipeline
(ANP: This story by Dr Pry takes on added significance following the release of what has been called an ‘extraordinary and sobering’ new report by the United States military warning of the increasing risk of an EMP attack that could ‘wipe out’ America. You can see that full report embedded at the bottom of this story.)
North Korea is educating its workforce, including industrial workers and farmers, about nuclear electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack. This further confirms warnings by the Congressional EMP Commission that North Korea has a sophisticated understanding of EMP and contingency plans to attack the U.S. and its allies.
Pyongyang’s Workers Party of Korea is circulating an official internal document on EMP, obtained and photographed by the Daily NK, as reported by Mun Dong Hui (Nov. 23, 2018):
“An internal document recently obtained by Daily NK has a section on the power of nuclear EMP attack. The notebook explains in detail what a nuclear EMP attack is and what kind of damage such an attack can do.”
For example, the document accurately assesses, if a nuclear weapon “explodes 30-100 kilometers above the ground, electronic machines and devices are severely damaged or their electricity cables are destroyed beyond repair.”
“The notebook further states,” according to Daily NK, “that nuclear EMP attacks are acknowledged widely as an important way to execute an attack against enemy forces.”
This too is correct. The Congressional EMP Commission’s 2017 Executive Report “Assessing the Threat from EMP Attack” warns:
“Combined-arms cyber warfare, as described in the military doctrines of Russia, China, North Korea, and Iran, may use combinations of cyber, sabotage, and ultimately nuclear EMP attack to impair the United States quickly and decisively by blacking-out large portions of the electric grid and other critical infrastructures.”
On Sept. 3, 2017, North Korean state news, KCNA, displayed photos of an alleged thermonuclear missile warhead, and apparently tested an H-bomb, described as capable of “super-powerful EMP attack“:
“The H-bomb, the explosive power of which is adjustable from tens of kilotons to hundreds of kilotons, is a multifunctional thermonuclear nuke with great destructive power which can be detonated even at high altitudes for super-powerful EMP attack according to strategic goals.”
Pyongyang published a technical report “The EMP Might of Nuclear Weapons” accurately describing Super-EMP weapons.
Recently, on Nov. 16, North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un reportedly inspected a “newly developed, ultra-modern” mystery weapon. South Korean analysts, anxious to keep on track negotiations to denuclearize North Korea, speculate the “mystery weapon” is merely a non-nuclear multiple rocket launcher.
But KCNA’s description sounds more worrisome, “The state-of-the-art weapon that has been long developed under the leadership of our party’s dynamic leadership has a meaning of completely safeguarding our territory and significantly improving the combat power of our people’s army.”
On April 30, 2017, South Korean officials told Korea Times and YTN TV that North Korea’s test of a medium-range missile on April 29 — launched straight-up and deliberately detonated at 72 kilometers altitude above North Korea — might have been practicing fusing for a nuclear EMP attack by a new warhead designed to defeat an invasion of North Korea, “It’s believed the explosion was a test to develop a nuclear weapon different from existing ones.”
Japan’s Tetsuro Kosaka wrote in Nikkei, “Pyongyang could be saying, ‘We could launch an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack if things get really ugly.'”