North Korea’s biological WAR: Jong-un’s kingdom weaponises deadly diseases to smash enemy

Saturday, July 15, 2017
By Paul Martin

NEWLY unearthed papers show Kim Jong-un’s troops could launch a deadly biological attack on the West armed with poisonous gas and bacteria as tensions grow between the US and North Korea.

Sat, Jul 15, 2017

Chilling documents reveal that the hermit state could be developing anthrax as a biological agent as well as developing diseases cholera, plague and smallpox to wipe out its enemy.

Shock claims suggest the warmongering nation has been developing biological weapons since the early 1980s, according to US think-tank the Rand Corporation report, a non-profit institution which aims to improve decision-making and policy through research and analysis.

South Korea, the US and Japan are among the nations in the firing line.

Dr Ken Alibek, a former senior scientist in the Soviet biological weapon programme, has said: “I’m 100 per cent sure North Korea still has this virus.

“Even in the late 80s, we had some information obtained from Soviet intelligence service that North Korea was developing biological weapons, involving anthrax, plague, smallpox and several others.”

The report, published in 2013, said: “The Republic of Korea Ministry of Defence asserts that ’the North may also dare to launch a secret attack in the rear through its SOF troops armed with biological weapons.’

“A Republic of Korea Ministry of Defence White paper, traces the initiative for North Korean biological weapons development back to the 1980s.

“In the 1980s, the military turned to the development of biological weapons according to Kim Il-sung’s directive that ‘poisonous gas and bacteria can be used effectively in war.’

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