Monday, August 24, 2015

70% of N.Korea's Subs: Fear of EMP attack

ALERT -- 70% of N.Korea's Subs Have Left Their Bases in Largest Deployment Since Korean War… Can’t Be Located by US Navy... UPDATE: Fear of EMP attack just got worse

UPDATE: (URGENT) S. Korea's six fighter jets return home ahead of schedule from Alaska drills
Dozens of North Korean subs left their stations this week and cannot be located. This is the largest deployment of subs since the Korean War.
The North is known to have around 70 submarines.
Korean TV reported (translated) via Free Republic:
Military Sources, “About 50 N. Korean Submarines Left Their Bases…Can’t be Located”
Dozens of N. Korean submarines left their bases at both Eastern and Western coast, and can’t be located. Military are increasing their surveillance capability to track them, it is confirmed.
That accounts for 70% of (N. Korea’s) submarine fleet, which totals 70 ships. This is the largest rate of deployment since the Korean War.
Military sources said, “This is 10 times more than their normal deployment level. Dozens of them left their bases at both coasts, and we are unable to track them.”
They said, “70% of their submarine fleet is not located. We are increasing our surveillance capability to find them.”
They suspect that the unusually high level of N. Korea’s submarine movements may be for further military provocation, and raised their level of alert.
N. Korea also more than doubled its front-line deployment of artillery power, since the high-level talks began.
The sources said, “Since the talks began, their front-line artillery power has more than doubled.”

Washington Times back in 2012 Here is the headline to that story and an excerpt: PRY: North Korea EMP attack could destroy U.S. — now
North Korea has labored for years and starved its people so it could develop an intercontinental missile capable of reaching the United States. Why? Because they have a special kind of nuclear weapon that could destroy the United States with a single blow.
In summer 2004, a delegation of Russian generals warned the Congressional Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) Commission that secrets had leaked to North Korea for a decisive new nuclear weapon — a Super-EMP warhead.
Any nuclear weapon detonated above an altitude of 30 kilometers will generate an electromagnetic pulse that will destroy electronics and could collapse the electric power grid and other critical infrastructures — communications, transportation, banking and finance, food and water — that sustain modern civilization and the lives of 300 million Americans. All could be destroyed by a single nuclear weapon making an EMP attack.
The article goes on to say that two of the previous missile tests that were conducted by North Korea had all the earmarks of a Super EMP weapon. Obama having been fully aware of this threat has not done anything to protect us, and leaves us wide open for an EMP kill?  Remember, North Korea has only advanced their missiles.

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