A growing US presence off the Korean Peninsula is reportedly part of a plan aimed at 'incapacitating' Kim Jong-Un's despotic regime in Pyongyang should conflict break out.
A nuclear-powered US aircraft carrier arrived in South Korea on Wednesday for joint military exercises in the latest show of force against the North.
The USS Carl Vinson arrived at the southern port of Busan as US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson began a tour of the region, where tensions have escalated in recent weeks with missile launches from the nuclear-armed North and the assassination of Kim Jong-Un's estranged half-brother in Malaysia.
More than 80 aircraft, including the fighter aircraft F/A-18F Super Hornet, the E-2C Hawkeye and the carrier-based EA-18G Growler are on board the supercarrier.
South Korea's Yonhap News Agency claims the heightened military presence is part of a plan to decapitate North Korean leadership.
They claim a military official, who wished to remain anonymous, told them: 'A bigger number of and more diverse U.S. special operation forces will take part in this year's Foal Eagle and Key Resolve exercises to practice missions to infiltrate into the North, remove the North's war command and demolition of its key military facilities.'
The aircraft carrier and a US destroyer will conduct naval drills including an anti-submarine manoeuvre with South Koreans in waters off the Korean peninsula as part of the annual Foal Eagle exercise.
Washington insist they are purely defensive in nature.
Rear Admiral James Kilby, commander of USS Carl Vinson Carrier Strike Group 1, said: 'The importance of the exercise is to continue to build our alliance and our relationship and strengthen that working relationship between our ships.'
“On March 11 alone, many enemy carrier-based aircraft flew along a course near territorial air and waters of the DPRK to stage drills of dropping bombs and making surprise attacks on the ground targets of its army.”
A look at Steve Quayle's archives shows to more than 20 stories about North Korea in the month of March alone with the recentstory from Zero Hedge reporting North Korea has put its army into 'combat mode'. Meanwhile, the brand new story from the Daily Mail this morning reports the 'US is preparing to incapacitate Kim Jong Un', moving the USS Carl Vinson into South Korea with a huge fleet of fighter jets.
According to a South Korean military source, the heightened military presence is part of a plan to 'decapitate the North Korean leadership'. The story from Reuters Quayle linked to on Tuesday reports North Korea has warned the United States of 'merciless attacks' if the massive infringes upon the 'sovereignty or dignity' of North Korea.
Setting the world up for dangerous tensions, every year US military exercises with South Korea provoke the ire and suspicions of North Korea and their leader Kim Jong Un. This years massive exercises may be no different. But while Washington DC says the drills are simply of a defensive nature, Kim and North Korea aren't so sure.
The nuclear powered USS Carl Vinson is carrying more than 80 aircraft including the fighter aircraft F/A-18F Super Hornet , the E-2C Hawkeye and the carrier-based EA-18G Growler and its arrival in South Korea is only part of a huge special forces mission taking part in Operations Foal Eagle and Key Resolve. The Daily Mail story reports the exercises are "practice missions to infiltrate into the North, the North's war command and the demolition of its key military facilities."
With that explanation of the drills itself helping to explain why Kim and NKorea are so suspicious, several huge wild cards can be thrown into the mix with China and the two NKorean satellites that pass over America several times daily.
As we write this story, KMS 3-2 has just finished its latest passage over the US, a passage that it makes several times every day. NKorean satellite KMS-4 also passes over the US several times daily and while they are officially called 'Earth observation satellites', according to this April 2016 story from E Michael Maloof over at WND, "both are capable of performing a surprise electromagnetic pulse attack at an altitude and trajectory that evade US National Missile Defenses" according to a national security expert. You can get 10-day predictions for when KMS 3-2 will pass near your house here while to when KMS-4 will be nearby is right here if you're interested in tracking these satellites yourselves. From the WND story:
Peter Vincent Pry told G2 Bulletin that the satellites can be commanded either to deorbit and hit a target on the ground or explode at a high altitude to an EMP effect that would knock out the unprotected U.S. national electrical grid system and all life-sustaining critical infrastructures that depend on it.
If the US is preparing to 'take out' North Korean leadership, we hope that they're preparing to 'take out' KMS 3-2 and KMS-4 as well. As Dr. Pry reported in a story he submitted to ANP back on February 21st, "this doomsday scenario has become plausible enough to compel the US to take active measures". As Dr. Pry and Ambassador R. James Woolsey reported in a February 15th story they submitted to ANP, "Steps Were Finally To Be Taken To Prevent 'Societal Mass Destruction' As Grid-Protecting CIPA Is Enacted - But Will It Be In Time?"
Back in January of 2016, we published a story on ANP in which we reported Kim Jong Un had already practiced EMP attacks upon America in a story we titled "The Problem From Hell - 'Doomsday' Passes Over America Several Times Almost Every Day". Those 'doomsday' satellite passes over America continue every day, unabated.
North Korea has warned they could take down ALL of America, all at once. The only possible way they could do that would be via EMP. Nuclear experts know a single nuke, even one of Russia's 'city destroying Satan 2' nukes, couldn't take out ALL of America. An EMP is the one way North Korea and Kim could send our nation back to the dark ages - and experts have warned "everything would change in one moment". Think a NKorean EMP over America wouldn't turn into global nuclear war almost instantly?