LUCIFERIAN NORTH KOREA’S EMP

Monday, April 8, 2013
By Paul Martin

By Paul McGuire
April 8, 2013
NewsWithViews.com

U.S. intelligence officials are concerned about movement of North Korea’s “space launch vehicles,” which are assessed to be able to reach the West Coast of the U.S. North Korea could explode a nuclear device over the United States, creating an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) that would destroy major portions of the U.S. electrical grid system and potentially paralyze large segments of our nation. This effort has been directed by King-jong Un, who replaced his father as the North Korean dictator in 2011.

Last December North Korea launched a test to orbit a nuclear weapon which could be deorbited in order to detonate an EMP weapon anywhere over the U.S. and exploded at a high altitude, creating an EMP effect.

The North Korean threats of unleashing “cutting-edge smaller, lighter and diversified nuclear weapons” appears to be a reaction to the very real threat of the U.S. waging a pre-emptive regional thermonuclear war against them. However, this pre-emptive war by the U.S. seems to be a response to the lunatic threats of Kim Jong Un, who became the world’s youngest national leader on the death of his father in December 2011. North Korea recently moved a mid-range missile to its east coast, and the U.S. moved anti-missile defense systems to the island of Guam, which is a strategic base in the Pacific.

His father Kim Jong-il had 17 luxury palaces where devoted much of this time to indulging his sexual fantasies with countless young women, many in their young teens, flown in from around the world. Kim Jong Un, following his father’s example, is keeping a special harem of 2,000 young women known as the Pleasure Brigade. In contrast with its leader’s lavish lifestyle, North Korea is a totalitarian dictatorship of 23 million people who live nightmarish lives of oppression, starving to death while public loudspeakers blare out propaganda in this Big Brother-like world. Anyone who fits the category of an extremist, such as those who question the leader’s policies or simply listen to South Korean radio is thrown into special camps where torture and starvation are a way of life.

Kim Jong Un ordered the North Korean General Staff to issue a threat of nuclear war against the U.S. after recent flights by nuclear-capable B-52s and B-2 bombers from the United States mainland and Guam. However, the U.S., Russia, Japan and even China are concerned that Kim Jong Un could push the world into an Armageddon-like scenario. The question is, how do nations like the U.S. and others protect themselves without pushing the world into World War III?

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