Monday, June 7, 2021

Dr. Peter Vincent Pry (EMP Task Force) Warns About 'Black Sky Event'

With Most Americans Still Completely Unprepared For A 'Black Sky Event'

By Dr. Peter Vincent Pry, Executive Director EMP Task Force on National and Homeland Security

The West consistently and unwittingly cooperates with North Korea by underestimating the advancement, sophistication, and strategic implications of North Korea’s nuclear weapons and missile programs. Thus, under the nose of the U.S. Intelligence Community, North Korea surprised the world by demonstrating ICBMs that could target any city in the United States and a hydrogen bomb in the summer of 2017. 

North Korea’s KMS-3 and KMS-4 satellites orbit over the U.S. daily. Their trajectory is similar to that planned for a Soviet-era secret weapon called the Fractional Orbital Bombardment System (FOBS) deployed by the USSR to make a surprise High-altitude EMP (HEMP) attack on the United States. Trajectories of North Korea’s KMS-3 and KMS-4 satellites are near optimal for a HEMP attack on the U.S., if they are nuclear-armed. 

HEMP attack does not require much accuracy or a reentry vehicle capable of penetrating the atmosphere and is well within North Korea’s technological capabilities. 

Multiple credible foreign sources including from South Korea, China, and Russia—including two of Russia’s foremost EMP weapons experts—allege the design for Russia’s Super-EMP nuclear weapon leaked or was transferred to North Korea and that North Korea has developed Super-EMP weapons. 

Super-EMP weapons are typically small, lightweight, and low-yield (designed to emit enhanced gamma rays not make a big explosion) and could fit within North Korea’s KMS-3 and KMS-4 satellites; or be delivered against the U.S. by North Korean ICBMs; or be delivered against Japan, Guam, or the Philippines by North Korean IRBMs or MRBMs like the Nodong; or against South Korea by a wide array of North Korean SRBMs. 

Super-EMP weapons generate extraordinarily powerful EMP fields, potentially 100 kilovolts/meter or higher, greatly exceeding the U.S. military HEMP hardening standard 50 kilovolts/meter. U.S. civilian critical infrastructures like the national electric power grid, that are indispensable to U.S. military power projection capabilities, are unprotected against HEMP. 

According to North Korea state media, their September 2017 H-bomb is also a Super-EMP weapon: “The H-bomb, the explosive power of which is adjustable from tens of kilotons to hundreds of kilotons, is a multifunctional thermonuclear nuke with great destructive power which can be detonated at high altitudes for super-powerful EMP according to strategic goals.” 

Immediately following their September 2017 H-bomb test, North Korea published a technical report “The EMP Might of Nuclear Weapons” accurately describing a Super-EMP nuclear weapon. 

North Korea has non-nuclear EMP weapons including an “EMP Cannon” used to impose an “electromagnetic blockade” on air traffic to Seoul, South Korea’s capitol, making repeated attacks that also disrupted communications and the operation of automobiles in several South Korean cities in December 2010; March 9, 2011; and April-May 2012.

Super-EMP Warhead 

In 2004, members of the congressional EMP Commission met with two Russian generals, Moscow’s top strategic experts on EMP weaponry. The generals disclosed that Russia has a decisive new nuclear weapon—a Super-EMP warhead.

However, the main purpose of the demarche by the Russian generals to the Commission was to warn that knowledgeable Russian and other foreign scientists, and design information about the Super-EMP weapon, had leaked to North Korea. They warned that North Korea armed with SuperEMP nuclear weapons “would pose a threat to global civilization.” They further stated that North Korea armed with Super-EMP weapons would pose so great a threat that “while Moscow could not publicly support a U.S. preemptive strike against North Korea to stop their nuclear weapons program, it would privately understand the necessity.


Anonymous said...

Hummm, sounds like to deter other enemies even thinking about an EMP attack on our Grids, making an example out of NK might be a start? If one more threat from those NK puppet henchmen for CCP in my opinion, then could, or would this prompt a preemptive EMP attack first on NK from the USA? Don't know, would this actually succeed in deterring other enemies abroad, or set in motion more events to follow? A gamble perhaps, or smart move, or is it wise to, "Wait"?

Technically, NK, Iran, Communist China Government, even Russia, have started present Cold Wars, and have threaten USA several times over, so the ball is in our Nations court if looking at dire situations from this perspective, in my opinion, right? Either have in place speed of light interceptor's, do preemptive strikes, strategically take out the launch pads for threats or with space-satellite-other means, so sets back that country who poses imminent threats, or, do nothing? Lately, what we don't definitively know is
are we doing anything, or doing nothing seeing as Germ Warfare Threat made it through; We still are watching us doing a dance around proof reputed this attack was deliberate, Election was compromised, pay-offs were accepted, but no arrests yet, and we wonder, why not? Are some White Hats still gathering evidence, we have had collateral damage since people died, and where do we draw a line to come out and expose our involved evil ones, clean swamp, and trust we will be left in better hands for a moment moving forward? Don't know either!

In my opinion, what should be done, and what is being done, are two totally different dynamics; Meanwhile, there is so much to be thankful for, grateful for, and God Bless America! If nothing else comes from all the concerns we hear, or read about, hopefully many more souls come to know Jesus Christ to be saved, and know where they will go for an eternity!

Gary said...

I think if the USA launched an emp attack on N.Korea nobody would notice.They rarely have electricity anyways.