Is North Korea preparing for a devastating Anthrax attack on South Korea?

Sunday, December 31, 2017
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan Huff
Saturday, December 30, 2017

A soldier who defected from the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea to the communist regime’s southern neighbor has been identified as having total immunity to anthrax, possibly suggesting that North Korea could be planning to utilize the deadly bacteria in an upcoming chemical weapons attack.

According to reports, the unidentified individual had to have either been exposed to anthrax or vaccinated against it while living under dictator Kim Jong-un, as his body recently tested positive for anthrax antibodies.

This latest discovery has generated renewed fears that North Korea could be planning to attack one of its neighbors – the most likely candidate being American ally South Korea. If North Korea’s own soldiers are immune to anthrax, as appears to be the case, then chances are the rogue entity is conspiring to go after its enemies who aren’t.

Earlier evidence pointing towards this scenario emerged back in 2015 when analysts found that the Pyongyang Biological Technology Research Institute, which is run by the Korean People’s Army Unit 810, possessed dual-use equipment capable of producing pesticides and something else. This something else, reports suggested, could be biological weapons.

Just last month, it was further claimed by officials in Pyongyang that North Korea is now actively testing biological weapons, the aim of which is to lead anthrax-laden warheads onto its intercontinental ballistic missiles. If this is the case, then even the United States is now at risk of a possible biological attack.

As reported by Japan’s Asahi newspaper, U.S. officials were apparently aware that these tests were taking place. It was understood that North Korea was in the process of evaluating whether or not anthrax bacteria was capable of surviving high temperatures upon re-entry into the atmosphere from space.

However, North Korea itself denied all of this. And ironically, the regime promised to “take revenge” on the U.S. simply for making this insinuation (with anthrax?).

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