The U.S. Congress has been warned that a 1st strike EMP attack from North Korea could lead to the deaths of 90% of Americans.
A new Congressional report reveals North Korea has far more weapons than we ever previously realized (or did the former Obama administration deliberately hide this information?). North Korea possesses enough nuclear warhead to take out the U.S. power grid.
In a U.S. House of Representatives hearing on Thursday, members of the recently defunded EMP Commission informed congress of the devastation an Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) attack could inflict on the country.
In a commissioned report, former EMP Commissions chairman, William Graham, and its former chief of staff, Peter Vincent Pry, referred to North Korea using an EMP as a “doomsday scenario,” citing Kim Jong-Un’s well-documented threats to turn the U.S. to “ashes.”
EMP stands for Electromagnetic Pulse attack. North Korea has stated they WILL attack the U.S. with EMP weapons.
On Sept. 2, North Korea tested a thermonuclear H-bomb warhead for their intercontinental missiles capable of striking the United States. North Korea boasted their new warhead can generate “super-powerful EMP against a vast region.”
EMP is like super-energetic lightning. Except instead of striking a point it can cover an entire nation, like the continental United States, with an EMP field.
A nuclear EMP attack would destroy electronics everywhere, cause planes to crash, stop cars and rail traffic, blackout electric grids and other critical infrastructures that make modern civilization, and life itself, possible. Eventually, millions would die from starvation, disease, and societal collapse.
The Congressional EMP Commission warned that a nationwide blackout lasting one year could kill up to 90 percent of the American people.
That leads many people to wonder why the government doesn't seem more worried. The government cares about the people, right?
Head on over to the next page to learn about the politicians working to defund the EMP Congressional commission and why they claim they're not worried about an attack.