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What Most of the Mainstream Media and Their Pundits Keep Missing About North Korean Threat – Part 1

Friends, I believe that the North Korean missile and nuclear warhead threat is very real. But, the timeline that most in the media and the so-called experts give is, I believe, wrong. They mostly focus on the time remaining for two things to occur. First, for NK missile technology to develop to the point where they can reach Hawaii or worse, the west coast, with an ICBM. Second, is when NK can miniaturize a nuclear warhead to fit on such a missile. But, North Korea can already, today, strike at the heartland with a missile or missiles and possibly with chemical or nuclear warheads including EMP. How? Through our coasts and ports. Only a very small percentage of ships and containers coming into our ports are inspected. Most sources report less than ten percent. Don’t believe me. Please do your own research. Congress and various federal agencies have received such reports over the years. Missiles, even “large ones” are small compared to most ships. Even a small cargo “tramp” steamer can easily carry 2, 3, or more such missiles in cargo holds designed to hold hundreds or thousands of containers. Imagine such a ship or two firing missiles from the Port of Los Angeles, New York, Houston, etc. Worse, such a ship doesn’t even have to come into port and risk being among the minuscule number searched. They can simply anchor or steam slowly 50-100 miles off shore and be mistaken for just another cargo ship until they launched their deadly cargo.

http://freebeacon.com/national-security/senators-told-north-korea-nuclear-threat-urgent/

3 comments for “What Most of the Mainstream Media and Their Pundits Keep Missing About North Korean Threat – Part 1

  1. MARK GRISSOM
    April 26, 2017 at 11:47 pm

    EXCELLENT POINTS,AND THEIR LEADER IS AN ABSOLUTE WACK JOB!!!

    • admin
      May 21, 2017 at 4:17 pm

      He may be a wack job, or may be playing a very smart game of strategic ambiguity!

    • admin
      August 13, 2017 at 10:08 pm

      Thanks. Is “wack job” a psychiatric term?

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