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Department Of Defense Abruptly Defunds EMP Commission

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Gotta love The Swamp. Now that North Korea (probably) has the capability to fire a missile into our airspace, the powers that shouldn’t be have shut down the one governmental organization with the ability to do anything testicular to deter the Fat Boy driving the looming disaster.

Did you think NoKo is going to do something fissionable with its missiles and is going to simply try to “bomb” us? Well, it would seem that’s the intention, but the real problem is the payload on their missiles. All they need is one EMP detonated in our skies (over the East Coast, where lies most of our outdated electrical infrastructure) to send the continent back to say, 1850…and that will mean ninety percent of our population gone within six months or less. One can envision the follow-up: a leisurely walk-through by China. It would be easy-peasy to sort through the pieces of what remained of Canada and the United States.

From The Center for Security Policy [with my emphases — D]:

Inexplicably, just when we need the country’s most knowledgeable and influential minds advising about how to protect against a potentially imminent, nation-ending peril, the Congressional Electromagnetic Pulse Threat Commission is being shut down.

For seventeen years under the leadership of President Reagan’s Science Advisor, Dr. William Graham, this blue-ribbon panel has warned that we had to protect our electric grid from just the sorts of EMP attacks North Korea is now threatening to unleash upon us. Successive administrations and the electric utilities have shamefully failed to heed those warnings and take corrective action.

Consequently, we could experience on a national scale the sort of devastating, protracted blackouts now afflicting Puerto Rico. President Trump should give Dr. Graham and his team a new mandate as a presidential commission to oversee the immediate implementation of their recommendations.

This disaster happened at the end of September, while the MSM dithered away on their fiddles about the eeevil Trump. Meanwhile, two men who served on the panel appeared in front of this subcommittee to get the views of the panel into the permanent record, i.e. the Congressional Record. If/when it all goes down, their warnings will still exist, if anyone can access them after an EMP explosion:

Read the rest by Dymphna | Gates Of Vienna here

Expert: North Korea’s H-Bomb is ‘Super-EMP’ Weapon

North Korea’s surprise detonation of a low-yield H-Bomb, dismissed as virtually irrelevant by some media experts, is exactly what others have been warning about: a potential Super-EMP weapons that could easily wipe out the electric grid, cars and electronics over a wide swath of the United States.

Once dismissed as Buck Rogers fantasy, concerns about electromagnetic pulse and the effect on the electric grid are being addressed in Congress due to a major concern that North Korea or Iran would explode and H-bomb like device over the U.S. It could easily be fired from a freight ship off the U.S. Coast, that claim.

Expert, Dr. Peter Vincent Pry, who served on teh former Commission to Assess the Threat to the United States from Electromagnetic Pulse Attack, told Secrets that the yield of the North Korean explosion is well within the requirements of a Super-EMP weapon.

“Neutron bombs or Enhanced Radiation Weapons such as Super-EMP weapons are essentially very low-yield H-bombs, that typically have yields of 1-10 kilotons, just like the North Korean device,” said Pry, executive director of the Task Force on National and Homeland Security.

“Thus, Kim Jong-Un could be telling the truth. Indeed, all four North Korean nuclear tests look like a Super-EMP weapon because of their very low yield. That the ‘Dear Leader’ describes the latest test as an H-bomb is further evidence that North Korea’s mysterious nuke is a Super-EMP warhead,” added Pry.

Those bombs, he added, generate enhanced gamma rays, which is what causes the Super-EMP effect.

States governments and federal official have begun to take the threat of a Super-EMP attack seriously and the North Korean test could spur greater anxiety over how to protect the nation’s electric grid. In June, the House Homeland Security Committee passed the “Critical Infrastructure Protection Act” that will explore ways to protect the grid.

Pry has warned that North Korea could deliver the bomb via ship or on a satellite. In fact, he recently said that North Korea practiced an EMP strike against the U.S. by orbiting a satellite at the correct altitude and trajectory to launch the attack.

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