ALERT: North Korea Plan To Use EMP Over Holidays LEAKED…Trump BETRAYED

In a move that may be indicative of the notion that they are not as sincere as they have led us to believe regarding its nuclear arsenal, North Korea has revealed plans to launch EMP attacks that would dismantle any electronic devices of any kind within the blast area.

A new report on this document was distributed by the secretive government shows the acronym for an electromagnetic pulse clearly printed sometime in July of this year.

The Daily NK, which obtained the documents, suggested that a target would be South Korea. “EMP attacks lead to the destruction of electronic circuits in semiconductors, affecting the use of TVs, mobile phones and computers in the area. The widespread failure of South Korea’s mass communications system due to an EMP attack and its effect on national infrastructure and military command systems could lead to widespread chaos, experts warn, and they are calling on the government to take measures to prepare for such attacks,” it said.

But it also said that the propaganda report was meant to assure supporters in the countryside that it wasn’t giving up all nuclear weapons in any deal with the United States.

“Some experts say that the authorities added the section to propaganda materials handed out to farmers as a way to emphasize that the regime will not give up its nuclear weapons,” said the report.

American officials have recently been issuing warnings that North Korea’s war plans distinctly include the use of EMP weapons and that several spots in the United States have been considered targets.

The report and the U.S. experts said that North Korea would deliver the weapon either by satellite or on a ship fitted with a rocket launcher. The weapon would then be detonated 30 to 100 kilometers high which would give the electronic pulse a wide area that could dismantle technology and the electric grid on the East Coast.

A congressional report has warned that an EMP attack could last a year and lead to the deaths of 90 percent of those in its blast area as people struggle to live without electricity, running water, and medical facilities as well as chaos.

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