Archive for the ‘EMP Strike – Electro Magnetic Pulse’ Category

VIDEO: MARK LEVIN INTERVIEWS DR. VINCENT PRY, EMP TASK FORCE DIRECTOR

Tuesday, April 24th, 2018

 

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It is chilling to listen to   Dr. Peter Vincent Pry,  Executive Director of the EMP Task Force on National and Homeland. Security, a Congressional Advisory Board dedicated to achieving protection of the United States from electromagnetic pulse (EMP), cyber attack, mass destruction terrorism and other …    We are so unprepared !   Thanks to Louis Stannard for sharing this video with us.   Nancy  

Mark Levin Interviews Peter Pry, EMP Task Force Director Part 1

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SOUTH KOREAN BANKS FEAR EMP STRIKE FROM NORTH KOREA

Saturday, September 30th, 2017

 

www.thesun.co.uk/news/4574187/south-korean-banks-electromagnetic-pulse-attack-from-north/    CLICK ON LINK FOR ENTIRE ARTICLE PLUS VIDEO 

The Sun – 20170929 – SOUTH Korea fears Kim Jong-un may order a devastating electromagnetic pulse attack aimed at destroying the country’s financial infrastructure.  It is also worried North Korea may even target an EMP strike on its nuclear power stations, airlines and government ministries.

 

 

The country has been the target of successful North Korean hacking attacks in the past and there are now growing concerns the nation’s financial institutions will be the next target.  An EMP attack – either sparked by a nuclear blast or a pulse weapon  – would quickly bring the South’s financial institutions to their knees.  Now the national banks are looking into establishing data centres overseas, The Korea Herald reported.  Others are looking to build reinforced repositories designed to withstand the blast of a powerful EMP weapon.

www.thesun.co.uk/news/4574187/south-korean-banks-electromagnetic-pulse-attack-from-north/

SOUTH Korea fears Kim Jong-un may order a devastating electromagnetic pulse attack aimed at destroying the country’s financial infrastructure. It is also worried North Korea may even target a…
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EMP – OUR GOVERNMENT HAS NOT PROTECTED US

Monday, September 25th, 2017

 

With the threat from North Korea in the news on a daily basis, their high altitude missile  launches are a perfect vehicle to attack the U.S. with an EMP(electro magnetic pulse) strike.   The links below explain why  an EMP  strike would be devastating  to our country with massive loss of life if our electrical grid  is damaged.    First to die would be those with pacemakers and other electronic life saving devices, then those whose medicines need to be refrigerated, hospitals will be affected, you won’t be able to communicate with your loved ones  then because transportation  will be at a standstill, grocery stores will run out of food and that is when people become desperate and society starts to break down.    
The last link is from Dick Morris who explains how ineffective our government has been in hardening our electrical grid that would protect us from an EMP.   Is it going to take an national catastrophe before our government acts?   Nancy      
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EMP:  Technology’s Worst Nightmare

An electromagnetic pulse (EMP) is a super-energetic radio wave that can destroy, damage, or cause the malfunction of electronic systems by overloading their circuits.  Harmless to people but catastrophic to our critical infrastructure critical infrastructures–electric power, telecommunications, transportation, banking and finance, food and water–that sustain modern civilization and the lives of 326 million Americans.

Given the current state of U.S. unpreparedness for an EMP event, it is estimated that within 12 months of an EMP event, two-thirds to 90 percent of the U.S. population would likely perish from starvation, disease, and societal breakdown.

WHEN, not if…

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NatGeo – Electronic Armageddon

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Listen to Dick Morris explain that  through the inaction of our government, we are very vulnerable to an EMP strike 

Dick Morris video –  Commission On EMP, Which Can Destroy America, Will Expire On September 30TH 

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VIDEO – THE EMP THREAT (ELECTRO MAGNETIC PULSE ATTACK)

Tuesday, September 5th, 2017

 

With the  North Korea threat  again in the news regarding their latest belligerent testing of a hydrogen bomb and successful missile launches, attention is being given to the possibility of an EMP strike (Electro Magnetic Pulse attack).   An EMP attack could shut down the electrical grid of  large sections of the United States for months at  a time and cause a tremendous amount of loss of life.  The threat of an EMP  needs to be taken very seriously.    
ICON presented  a presentation on the EMP Threat last year on May 17, 2016.  This may be an excellent time to refresh our memories on the information that was presented at this lecture.  Please see the link below of the video of the lecture by James Carafano regarding the EMP Threat.     Nancy    
VIDEO – THE EMP THREAT – JAMES CARAFANO, VICE PRESIDENT, THE HERITAGE FOUNDATION FOREIGN AND DEFENSE POLICY STUDIES
AND COLONEL JAY STOBBS, RET, US. ARMY
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NORTH KOREA HIT BY TREMOR IN APPARENT NUCLEAR TEST

Sunday, September 3rd, 2017

 

Another Wall Street Journal news alert just moments ago.  Nancy
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

North Korea Hit by Tremor in Apparent Nuclear Test

USGS recorded 6.3-magnitude ‘possible explosion’ near site of North Korea’s previous nuclear tests

Sunday September 3, 2017

SEOUL—North Korea appeared to have conducted a sixth nuclear test Sunday following the detection of a tremor there after Pyongyang showed off what it called a hydrogen bomb capable of being mounted on a long-range missile.

The U.S. Geological Survey recorded what it called a 6.3-magnitude “possible explosion” in northeastern North Korea at exactly noon Pyongyang time Sunday, after an initial assessment of a 5.1-magnitude earthquake.

The Korea Meteorological Administration said it had detected a 5.6-magnitude earthquake near the site of North Korea’s previous nuclear tests, in what it described as likely being a “man-made” earthquake.

A spokeswoman for the South Korean government said that officials were still trying to verify the incident. She said President Moon Jae-in had called an emergency meeting of the National Security Council, slated to begin an hour after the earthquake was first detected.

South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff office also confirmed it had detected an artificial quake in North Korea’s Punggye-ri site. The office did not immediately confirm if it was a nuclear test or not.

Write to Jonathan Cheng at jonathan.cheng@wsj.com

 

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NORTH KOREA SAYS IT HAS DEVELOPED ADVANCED HYDROGEN BOMB

Sunday, September 3rd, 2017

 

This was a Wall Street Journal news alert tonight (Saturday)  .  Nancy 
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

North Korea Says It Has Developed Advanced Hydrogen Bomb

Nation threatens an electromagnetic pulse attack –  EMP

September 2, 2017
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un provides guidance on a nuclear-weapons program in this undated photo released by North Korea’s Korean Central News Agency on Sunday. PHOTO: KCNA/REUTERS
By Jonathan cheng

SEOUL—North Korea said it has “succeeded in making a more developed” hydrogen bomb and mounting it on the tip of a long-range missile, and threatened a high-altitude nuclear blast that experts fear could wipe out electrical networks in the U.S.

Leader Kim Jong Un witnessed a hydrogen bomb being mounted onto a new intercontinental ballistic missile while visiting the Nuclear Weapons Institute, North Korea’s state media said Sunday. The state media also published what experts said could be the North’s first photos of a purported hydrogen bomb.

Mr. Kim in the report boasted that all of the components of its thermonuclear weapon are homemade, insulating the nuclear-weapons program from sanctions and “enabling the country to produce powerful nuclear weapons, as many as it wants.”

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NORTH KOREA’S EMP THREAT

Saturday, June 10th, 2017

 

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

North Korea Dreams of Turning Out the Lights

Pyongyang doesn’t need a perfect missile. Detonating a nuke above Seoul—or L.A.—would sow chaos.

June 9, 2017
A satellite photo of Korea illustrates the South’s dependence on electricity. PHOTO:NASA

Mr. Cooper was the U.S. ambassador to the Defense and Space Talks during the Reagan administration and director of the Strategic Defense Initiative during the George H.W. Bush administration.

Conventional wisdom holds that it will be years before North Korea can credibly threaten the United States with a nuclear attack. Kim Jong Un’s scientists are still testing only low-yield nuclear weapons, the thinking goes, and have yet to place them on ballistic missiles capable of reaching America’s West Coast.

While its technological shortcomings have been well documented, North Korea’s desire to provoke a nuclear conflict with the U.S. should not be minimized or ignored. Pyongyang is surely close to getting it right.

For South Korea the danger is more immediate. According to physicist David Albright, the founder and president of the Institute for Science and International Security, the North Koreans have between 13 and 30 nuclear weapons and can build as many as five more every year. If Mr. Kim were to detonate one of these bombs in the atmosphere 40 miles above Seoul, it could inflict catastrophic damage on South Korea’s electric power grid, leading to a prolonged blackout that could have deadly consequences.

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VIDEO – NORTH KOREA’S EMP THREAT

Wednesday, May 17th, 2017

DR. PETER PRY, NATIONAL AND HOMELAND SECURITY TASK FORCE, INTERVIEWED BY LOU DOBBS, FOX BUSINESS

MAY 8, 2017

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PHOTOS – THE EMP THREAT – ICON LECTURE MAY 17, 2016

Friday, May 20th, 2016

 

ICON presented a powerful lecture given by Dr. James Carafano on The EMP (Electro Magnetic Pulse) Threat on Tuesday, May 17, 2016 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.  Dr. Carafano is a leading expert on national security and foreign policy challenges  and is the Heritage Foundation’s Vice President for Heritage’s entire defense and foreign policy team.
An Emp attack against our country  will  be devastating  as  our electrical grid system will be damaged and  the electronics in our cars, planes, computers, and  hand- held devices will not be operable.  Hospitals, police, fire and rescue stations will not be able to respond and our money supply will be curtailed as banks will not be able to conduct any business without electricity.  And the worst, with communication capability down, we won’t be able to reach out to our loved ones to find out if they are safe.  There will be massive deaths – medical devices such as pacemakers will no longer  operate, medications will be unavailable and within a week or so, our food supply will be drastically affected which will result in starvation of masses of people.  
What is our government doing to protect our electrical grid since this threat has been known to exist for many years?  Tragically, very little.   It is now up to us, as citizens, to make our concerns about this threat known to our government (both state and national) and demand that they begin to harden our electrical grid system.  Their not protecting us is gross negligence.   
The following photos were taken at the event.  Nancy    
Dr. James Carafano, guest speaker

Dr. James Carafano,  ICON guest speaker

From the left:  Dr. Laura Gutman, ICON board, Dr. James Carafano, and Nancy Clark, ICON board

From the left: Dr. Laura Gutman, ICON board, Dr. James Carafano, and Nancy Clark, ICON board

Q&A after lecture - Blaine Butterworth, Mary Lou Drake and Dr. James Carafano

Q&A after lecture – Blaine Butterworth, Mary Lou Drake and Dr. James Carafano

From the left:  Colonel (ret) Jay Stobbs, Jim Duncan, Betsy Duncan and Cathy Wright

From the left: Colonel (ret) Jay Stobbs, Jim Duncan, Betsy Duncan and Cathy Wright

From the left:  PJ Gentry, Chair, Person County GOP, Betty Hoover, Mike Allen and Andrea Rock, ICON board

From the left: PJ Gentry, Chair, Person County GOP, Betty Hoover, Mike Allen and Andrea Rock, ICON board

ICON Carafano May 2016 (53)

ICON Carafano May 2016 (57)

From the left:  Jim and Betsy Duncan and Teiji Kimball, Republican candidate for NC Congressional District 4

From the left: Jim and Betsy Duncan and Teiji Kimball, Republican candidate for NC Congressional District 4

From the left:  Cathy Wright, Dr. Laura Gutman, ICON board, and Dr. John Wright

From the left: Cathy Wright, Dr. Laura Gutman, ICON board, and Dr. John Wright

From the left:  Nancy Clark, ICON board, Sue Googe, Republican candidate for NC Congressional District 4, and Andrea Rock, ICON board

From the left: Nancy Clark, ICON board, Sue Googe, Republican candidate for NC Congressional District 4, and Andrea Rock, ICON board

From the left:  Dee Park, Terry Wiegers, ICON Friend, and Meg Gresham, ICON board

From the left: Dee Park, Terry Wiegers, ICON Friend, and Meg Gresham, ICON board

From the left:  Dr. Laura Gutman, ICON board and Kimberly Sanchez, ICON board

From the left: Dr. Laura Gutman, ICON board and Kimberly Sanchez, ICON board

Jack McCallus, Marlene Waller and Kathy Arab

Jack McCallus, Marlene Waller and Kathy Arab

From the left:  Gladys Kofalt, ICON friend, and Ginny and Jerry Cole

From the left: Gladys Kofalt, ICON friend, and Ginny and Jerry Cole

Kathy and Ed McCallum

Kathy and Ed McCallum

From the left:  Gladys Kofalt, and Karen and Gus Kolias

From the left: Gladys Kofalt, and Karen and Gus Kolias

From the left:  Cathy Wright, Ken Johnson and Sandy Bazley

From the left: Cathy Wright, Ken Johnson and Sandy Bazley

From the left:  Brenda Dowling and Dr. Brenda Hunter

From the left: Brenda Dowling and Dr. Brenda Hunter

Marlene Waller and Larry Beckler

Marlene Waller and Larry Beckler

From the left:   Mary Lou and Bob Drake and Greta and Patrick Yankee

From the left: Mary Lou and Bob Drake and Greta and Patrick Yankee

Mary Lopez Carter and Jeff Miller

Mary Lopez Carter and Jeff Miller

The "after lecture get togeher" with our guest  speaker

The “after lecture get togeher” with our guest speaker

 

 

    

 

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VIDEO – EMP THREAT

Thursday, May 12th, 2016

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