If Iran detonated a nuke at a high altitude above the U.S., the resulting electromagnetic pulse (EMP) would wipe our electric grid. The aftermath of losing electric power across the United States would cause the death of 90% of the population, according to experts.
Just as Obama was negotiating the nuclear deal with Iran, our military discovered a secret Iranian military document that revealed a plan to do just that, take down our power grid with an EMP attack.
And how easy would it be to make sure that the Iranians won’t attack us by launching nukes from satellites – it would be easy!
However, Obama’s nuke deal specifically bars inspections by U.S. officials, only countries with what is referred to as ‘normal’ diplomatic relations with Iran will be permitted to conduct inspections. Objectors state that only American experts can actually be trusted to insure Iran doesn’t cheat.
So Obama grants Iran a deal where they can secretly build nukes and launch them from satellites to carry our their ‘Death to America’ agenda.
Cooper is now the chairman of the non-profit High Frontier, an educational corporation dedicated to warning us about the potential of ballistic missile attacks and the very real threat of an EMP attack on the U.S.
More from Cooper on the ease of making sure Iran doesn’t attack us in such a manner:
‘Piece of cake’
Cooper reasoned that since Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz claims that the United States can verify whether or not Iran is complying with the nuclear agreement, then the administration should be able to employ the kind of on-site verification that was done under the START treaty.
Moniz, Cooper points out, has claimed the U.S. can “verify the limits associated with the Iran agreement’s 24-day ‘rapid inspections.’”
Get the rest of this report, and more, at Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.
If so, Cooper said, it would be “a piece of cake” for the Department of Energy National Lab to verify whether or not an Iranian satellite contains a nuclear bomb, .
However, the administration’s claim of the ability to detect radiation after a 24-day waiting period has come under fire with new revelations that the International Atomic Energy Agency made a classified agreement allowing the Iranians to provide soil samples, with no IAEA physical presence to obtain them.
The existence of this and another secret side pacts between Iran and the IAEA was disclosed in closed-door testimony by Secretary of State John Kerry to House Intelligence Committee members.
Because the deals were made between IAEA and Iran, Kerry admitted to Rep. Mike Pompeo, R-Kan. that he had not read them.
“He told us the State Department does not have possession of these documents,” Pompeo said to Bloomberg News.
Deal ignores existing capability
Cooper warned that Iran today has the capability of launching a missile with a satellite weighing more than 4,400 pounds. He pointed out to WND that if the U.S. was able to have Western experts determine that a Soviet missile launch under START didn’t have a nuclear weapon on board, the same could be done with Iran.
Cooper most recently expressed the concern on his High Frontier website, pointing out that the debate regarding the Iranian nuclear deal has ignored an existing Iranian capability to attack the United States with nuclear weapons.
“Beware of an EMP (electromagnetic pulse) attack from a satellite launched southward from Iran,” he warned.