EMP Threat Grows

You do not have to be that accurate or that super sophisticated to deliver an EMP attack, and North Korea is the current threat center per the former House Speaker Newt Gingrich. Thier sixth ballistic missile test is a harbinger of the coming storm. If you do not realize the technical consequences of such an attack, a good description is provided by Mr. Speaker. It would be a devastating regional event never experienced in a modern country. We are a nation that is totally dependent on electrical power, especially in or dense urban areas. You must read more here.

As Written By Newt Gingrich for Fox News:

North Korea is already one of the most dangerous places in the world, and it’s becoming more perilous by the day.

On Tuesday, Pyongyang completed its ninth ballistic missile test this year. The North Korean state run media said its maniacal leader, Kim Jong-un, threatened to send a bigger “gift package” to the United States.

The same day, the United States tested its ability to intercept long-range ballistic missiles potentially fired from North Korea. Missile Defense Agency Director Vice Adm. Jim Syring announced the test was successful today.

I’m glad we are honing our ability to stop intercontinental ballistic missiles over the Pacific, but I hope our military leaders recognize that traditional nuclear war is only half of the threat the Kim Jong-un regime poses.

As I testified at the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources earlier this month, the North Koreans have another offensive option, which they may already be able to execute and would be devastating to the United States – a weaponized electromagnetic pulse.

An electromagnetic pulse, or EMP, occurs when a relatively small but carefully designed nuclear warhead is detonated in the atmosphere. The……


Newt Gingrich: The North Korean EMP threat | Fox News

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