North Korea Planning Surprise EMP Attack With Satellites Orbiting U.S.


North Korea Satellites Orbiting U.S. Could Be Used for ‘Surprise’ EMP Attack

Diversion is often an excellent military strategy, and that may be exactly what North Korea is aiming for.

Kim Jong Un decided that testing a ballistic missile within reach of America was a way to show their advanced capabilities and the result has been nonstop coverage of America/North Korea relations.

However, ballistic missiles aren’t the only way for them to take us all out. Two satellites belonging to North Korea are in orbit and capable of directing an EMP blast toward our country.

Has this been the plan all along?

Distract America with fake testing while planning a completely separate attack from outer space?

Via Breitbart:

TEL AVIV — While the news media and U.S. intelligence community continues to focus on North Korea’s missile capabilities, one expert warned on Sunday that we are ignoring two North Korean satellites currently orbiting the U.S. that could be used to carry out a devastating electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack.

Such a “surprise” attack could paralyze the U.S. electrical grid and critical civilian infrastructure, resulting in the death of large numbers of Americans.

So warned Dr. Peter Vincent Pry, executive director of the Congressional Task Force on National and Homeland Security and chief of staff of the Congressional EMP Commission.

Pry was speaking on this reporter’s Sunday night talk radio show, “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio,” broadcast on terrestrial radio on New York’s AM 970 The Answer and NewsTalk 990 AM in Philadelphia and online.

“We should not be tolerating the North Korean satellites that are orbiting over our country. There are two of them. And the intelligence community is still silent about those,” said Pry.

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Giving Kim Jong Un this kind of credit in the intelligence department is far fetched but better safe that sorry.

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