Saturday, October 08, 2016

America Is unknowingly on a path of Self-destruction

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-John F. Kennedy

America Is unknowingly on a path of Self-destruction

By de Andréa,
Opinion Editorialist for
Published September 2016

The stage was set a long time ago.  Probably unknowingly as much as a hundred years ago.  But more strategically, it began in the 1950’s when the U.S. lost the Korean war, and then it was catalyzed in the 1970’s when we lost the Vietnam war.  From there, the infiltration of Fabian Communism became self-perpetuating. America is now on a downhill slope of self-destruction. 
Early on, many different philosophy’s and ideologies from outside our culture fed this inevitability, until today we naively endeavor to perpetuate our own destruction.  Abraham Lincoln once said, “The philosophy of the classroom in one generation will be the philosophy of government in the next.” Which is subtly addressed by Vincent Pry, former CIA analyst at the end of the video that I urge you to watch at the end of this article.

For years now, I have been trying to get this warning across in one way or another to seemingly deaf ears and blind eyes but I fear it has been too’ little’ too’ late’.  (Check the words under my banner at the top)
Concentrating mostly on the Middle East, which is no doubt an extreme danger to the free west, I have neglected to emphasize the danger not only from the Far East such as China and Russia, but a Communist driven and supported North Korea.

North Korea will likely detonate a nuke this Monday. They’re busy prepping their Pyunggye-ri site, and Party Foundation Day is Oct. 10. And while the nut-job leader Kim Jung Un is the dictator of one of the poorest countries in the world, he does have some pretty dangerous nukes. But more importantly, North Korea has been developing smaller nukes that they can put on their intermediate-range missiles. And/or launch from a small low orbit satellite.  Which is bad news for neighbors South Korea and Japan.
But it’s also bad for the U.S.  Korea already has the capability of attacking the U.S. with a low yield Gamma Ray nuclear devise, between 3 and 5 Kilotons, producing a nationwide EMP.  And if they already have one aboard their satellite that is now in a low orbit crossing the U.S. every day from the south to the north, we could already be facing total disaster and we have no defense against it.  
“I believe they [the North Koreans] have the capability to have miniaturized the [nuclear] device at this point, and they have the technology to potentially, actually deliver what they say they have.” Said General Curtis Scaparrotti, U.S. Military Commander, S. Korea, 10/24/2014

Fact 1: North Korea has low orbiting satellites.
Kwangmyongsong 3 (KMS 3-2) is a North Korean Earth satellite, which represents the country’s third attempt to orbit a satellite. The satellite dimensions are 1.4 m × 0.6 m × 0.7 m. Power is provided by solar cells. The orbit is sun synchronous at an altitude of 300 to 500 kilometers. It is claimed to have 3-axis control to point a camera to earth. The satellite broadcasts its remote sensing data in the UHF band and video in the X-band. Observers reported that the satellite is tumbling with a period of about 8 seconds, giving occasionally bright reddish flashes, visible even to the naked eye. Flashes are probably generated by its solar panels when they reflect the solar light directly on the observer. Flashes have been reported during south-east passes by NORAD

Fact 2: North Korea is a nuclear power.
Despite what the U.S. Administration is willing to admit to, North Korea has successfully “miniaturized” nuclear warheads – although this has never been independently verified. However North Korea has conducted five successful nuclear tests: in 2006, 2009, 2013, in January and September 2016, and will test its sixth this month.
Although still small, as nuclear weapons go, the September 2016’s test has indicated a device with an explosive yield of between 10 and 30 kilotons – which, if confirmed, would make it the North’s strongest nuclear test ever.

Fact 3: North Korea can fire ballistic missiles from submarines
North Korea’s firing of a submarine-launched ballistic missile over the weekend sparked sharp condemnation and concern from officials around the globe. The missile was fired off the east coast of the Korean Peninsula at 6:30 p.m. on April 23rd. It appears to have flown just 30 kilometers (about 19 miles). CNN

Fact 4: North Korea has military aspirations and isn’t afraid to sacrifice its own people
The commander of American forces in South Korea warned back in February that a conflict with North Korea could resemble the scale of World War II. Describing what the confrontation might look like, Gen. Curtis Scaparrrotti said that, “Given the size of the forces and the weaponry involved, this would be more akin to the Korean War and World War II — very complex, probably high casualty.” Scaparrotti made the statement while testifying before the House Armed Services Committee and added that North Korean leader
Kim Jong Un would use a weapon of mass destruction if he thought the fate of his rule was at stake, reported by CNN.

Fact 4: We are “blind” to our South
The U.S. has never before expected a nuclear attack from the south so all of our early warning systems as well as our nuclear trajectory’s are pointed north over the north pole toward Russia.  North Korea is orbiting its KSM-3 satellite over the United States, regularly passing over the U.S. from our southern blindside, at the optimum trajectory and altitude to place an EMP field over the 48 contiguous United States–if’ the KSM-3 is a small nuclear warhead disguised as a satellite. The thing is we don’t know!

Several times every week, North Koran satellite KMS 3-2 passes over North America and the US. Capable of carrying a hydrogen bomb, we can see this satellite’s continuous passes over America in the screenshots seen in this story. Called by one expert ‘the problem from hell‘, we see this satellite often sneaking up on America from the south where we’re told we’re quite vulnerable as that is our ‘blind side’.

Back in 2004, members of the Congressional EMP Commission met with two Russian generals, Russia’s top experts on EMP technology. The generals disclosed that Russia had a ‘decisive new nuclear weapon’, a ‘Super EMP warhead’. The generals also disclosed that the design information for this weapon had ‘accidentally’ been ‘leaked’ to North Korea.

Ballistic missile defenses (BMD) of the sort that we are half-heartedly pursuing are largely ineffective against an EMP caused by a simple nuclear weapon in a small satellite launched into low- Earth orbit.

One reason for our BMD’s lack of effectiveness is that our defensive systems face north and the Russians have admitted to us that they have not only developed, but have passed on to North Koreans, the approach towards launching satellites or missiles called a “fractional orbit bombardment system.” This is simply launching a satellite to the south into orbit instead of on an arcing ballistic trajectory over the North Pole, so the satellite’s first approach comes at the U.S. from the south, and would hit us with a surprise EMP attack from our blindside. The United States has no Ballistic Missile Early Warning Radars or missile interceptors facing south.

Whether it is a ballistic missile targeted on the U.S. and designed to proceed immediately toward a target on land, or is the first orbit of a satellite carrying a weapon able to be detonated whenever the launcher wants, our defensive systems are not focused on such a southern-hemisphere bound launch.

THE BOTTOM LINE: If the electric grid goes down for a period longer than emergency backup power is available – as was the case e.g., for some electricity consumers during Hurricane Sandy two years ago – affected electricity consumers aren’t just transported back into the mid-80s, pre-internet. They are, rather, transported back into the 1880s, pre-electricity. Very few of us have enough wells, hand pumps, plow horses, and seed stocks to live in a 1880s world.
The problem is not just that some things wouldn’t work. Nothing would work. Not water purification. Not food storage. Not medical care. Not transportation. Nothing. Estimates from the Congressional chartered EMP Commission indicate that those killed by such effects could total, within a year, somewhere between two thirds and 90% of the U.S. population.

Watch this Video. It’s an hour long but very informative. You’ll see that a low orbit EMP is very possible even by a fourth world power like North Korea or even Iran. In the video Peter Vincent Pry, former CIA analyst and author, talks about North Korean nukes, the EMP threat, and the nuclear balance of power.  If you watch the video to the end, and I suggest that you do, not only because you will learn in one hour what is actually going on militarily as well as politically in the U.S. and the world today, but towards the end, you will learn why and how we got to the point we are now, as well as where we are likely to go from here.
Thanks for listening my friend!   
- de Andréa
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