North Korea can now hit the continental united states with nukes
04/18/2017 / By News Editors / Comments
North Korea can now hit the continental united states with nukes

It is difficult to fathom how deep the threat runs from North Korea. This article will summarize only one of  the multitude of threats in an encapsulated form. The specific threat covered in this article is related to North Korea’s (NK) nuclear and missile capabilities.

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The Ability to Destroy Does Not Prevent Retaliation

The United States certainly has the ability to reduce North Korea to a parking lot, and with China’s assistance the task become infinitely easier. However, and this should have been anticipated, North Korea’s destruction, does not eliminate their ability to retaliate after the fact. In fact, North Korea  may be more dangerous after they are destroyed than while their military and government are fully operational.

Does NK Have Nuclear ICBM Capability?

Much has been written about the danger that would be posed if North Korea were able to attach nuclear weapons to an operational ICBM.

It is very clear that North Korea has embarked in a new phase of their nuclear weapons technology. The photographic evidence from their recent “Day of Sun” celebration indicates that they plan to attach a nuclear weapon to an ICBM. This is a game-changing development and it brings the Western half of the United States under direct nuclear threat from the lunatic who runs North Korea.

The Daily Mail has identified missiles was similar in appearance to the Chinese DF-41, which can fly 9,000 miles.

Image result for map f the distance from North korea to the us

Image result for map f the distance from North korea to the us

The map, depicted above, shows how many miles it would take to hit Hawaii and Alaska. Double that capacity and that is now NK’s strike range.


Defense analyst, Ankit Panda, claimed on The Diplomat, that we have never seen a North Lorean missile that large before.


North Korea's new ICBM
REUTERS: This is a closer view of North Korea’s new ICBM at its “Day of the Sun” military showcase.
North Korea's new ICBM
Some, that I have consulted with over these photos are concerned the it could be the case that the missile’s length provides a definitive clue to its range capabilities. 

CNN has obtained live footage of the parade and the photographic evidence clearly shows the new generation of  ballistic missiles. The footage can be observed here.  Also on display, were more advanced submarine missles that North Korea has displayed before. One can bet that the Pentagon analysts are busy deciphering the new threats.

The following statement is why CNN, despite its far-reaching news gathering sources, is not trusted by the general public. They cautioned their readers to not put too much stock into these new developments because NK has a “checkered” record of success when it comes to their missiles. Please allow me to remind CNN that it would only take one nuclear missle striking the United States to send the American economy into a tailspin. And the only reason that CNN told the truth about these discoveries is because they were upstaged by the Daily Mail and the Daily Star, and of coure, in typical CNN fashion, they minimized the threat where the other two reporting agencies expressed grave concern.


This analysis does not include NK’s submarine, EMP and domestic terror capabilities. That will be covered in a future publication. Based solely on NK’s nuclear/ICBM capabilitiies, will NK engage the US in war?

Various sources from a multitude of publications and backgrounds have stated that the missiles on display at NK’s parade, have a range of between 600 and 9,000 miles depending on the type of missile.

The UK’s Daily Star is reporting that NK troops in chemical and  biological. Here is a photo from Reuter’s in support of this claim.

North Korean troops in NBC suits


North Korean troops in NBC suits spotted in Pyongyang

Based on these images, I would have to conclude that NK is ready for the next conflict. Additionally, there are further reasons for concern.

From March 18, 2017, satellite images of North Korea shows a nation that is clearly readying for war.

Figure 1. Event locations (approximate) vis-à-vis tunnel portals with conjectured tunnel projections.

Final Note

A day ago, I published a breaking news report that did not get a lot of attention. I claimed I was given off-the-record information that Jared Kushner was making the foreign policy decisions in the White House. My source is personal and his source reaches deep into the White House. The report was premised on the notion that Kushner is making foreign policy decisions based on the whim of George Soros. We know that Kushner and Soros have an intertwined business relationship. Soros, of course answers to the Bank of International Settlements. Taking North Korea and Syria down has much to with getting both countries into central banking.  I believed the report immediately based on what I saw on the news on 4/13. When MOAB was dropped on Afghanistan, Trump did not take credit for the decision in his press release. The military appears to acting autonomously, and Trump indicated as much. This adds credibiliity to the story.

IF one thinks I am making too much of this, consider CNN’s release on this topic on April 14th.

“The United States on Thursday dropped the most powerful non-nuclear bomb in its military arsenal for the first time in history.

But President Donald Trump declined to say whether he personally signed off on the use of the GBU-43/B MOAB, also known as the “mother of all bombs,” in a strike on ISIS militants in Afghanistan.
“Everybody knows exactly what happens. So, what I do is I authorize our military,” Trump said when asked whether he authorized the strike. “We have given them total authorization and that’s what they’re doing.”
The story can be viewed here.
I am firmly convinced that the military will appear to be acting autonomously from here on out. Who are they taking their orders from, if it is not President Trump? This is a development worthy of our attention.
In the next article, we will explore the submarine, EMP and the NK domestic terror threat
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