Do The Norks Have A Super EMP?

empNork Super EMP?

North Korea now has an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) capable of delivering a nuclear weapon to the United States, as demonstrated by their successful launch and orbiting of a satellite on Dec. 12.

Certain poorly informed pundits among the chattering classes reassure us that North Korea is still years away from being able to miniaturize warheads for missile delivery, and from developing sufficiently accurate missiles to pose a serious nuclear threat to the United States.

Philip Yun, director of San Francisco’s Ploughshares Fund, a nuclear disarmament group, reportedly said, “The real threat from the launch was an overreaction that would lead to more defense spending on unnecessary systems. The sky is not falling. We shouldn’t be panicked.”

In fact, North Korea is a mortal nuclear threat to the United States— right now.

North Korea has already successfully tested and developed nuclear weapons. It has also already miniaturized nuclear weapons for ballistic missile delivery and has armed missiles with nuclear warheads. In 2011, the director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, Lt. General Ronald Burgess, testified to the Senate Armed Services Committee that North Korea has weaponized its nuclear devices into warheads for ballistic missiles.

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.

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12 Responses to Do The Norks Have A Super EMP?

  1. Jim22 says:

    “Philip Yun, director of San Francisco’s Ploughshares Fund”

    Anyone working for something called ‘Ploughshares Fund’ should be ignored. The same goes for any spokesman from San Francisco.

  2. rj says:

    very remake of red dawnish

  3. Locke n Load says:

    And here i thought it was widely understood that N Korea, Russia, and Iran are NOT working on traditional nukes but super-emp’s. I forget if it was Janes that reported it or not but NK’s last nuke test had all the earmarks of a vastly different weapon. Gotta go find the links but I recently sent my brother something about this exactly..

  4. Locke n Load says:

    Heres an article from 2009 referencing exactly that. Tech is publicly being attributed to Russia but could be psy-ops. Me, I don’t really doubt it.

  5. Locke n Load says:

    A bit more of a read but heres one from 2005 referencing cooperation between China, Russia, and NK in super-emp tech.

    from the text..

    “Russian and Chinese military scientists in open source writings describe the basic principles of nuclear weapons designed specifically to generate an enhanced-EMP effect, that they term “Super-EMP” weapons. “Super-EMP” weapons, according to these foreign open source writings, can destroy even the best protected U.S. military and civilian electronic systems.”

  6. Rockheim says:

    I’ve been preparing. I downloaded the game “Homefront” from Steam.. played through the storyline and anytime I need a fixin’ for simple digital pleasures that can’t be fulfilled by zombie smashin’ in Left 4 Dead and Splinter Cell is just too slow.. Jump right in to the North Korean invasion of America… Problem solved..

    • notamobster says:

      I rented that game a while back. I absolutely loved it! Any FPS gamers in here would probably enjoy it too.

  7. Lux says:

    In any case, EMP weapons are a reality. Every weapon humans make gets used at some point in time. This is the event to prep for. To not do so? Well, You will probably be dead in a few weeks I supose.


  8. Uke says:

    At this time, Hollywood is getting hit first.

    I’m cool with this.