Sunday, March 31, 2013

North Korea and Iran Could be Developing and Might Have Already Deployed Super Weapons Capable of Striking the US

North Korea and Iran are believed to have jointly developed and test-fired cargo vessel-based ballistic missile launch systems that can be concealed in shipping containers aboard seemingly civilian ships (flying flags of convenience).

North Korea and Iran are suspected of seeking to develop an ICBM with unlimited range attack capabilities--namely, a Fractional Orbital Bombardment System (FOBS) missile. Click here to read more about FOBS, which would allow a path to North America over the South Pole. There is no known defense against such an attack.

Nor is there a known defense against ship-based ballistic missiles targeting U.S. coastal cities or aiming to destroy the country's communications and electronics systems in an EMP attack--detonation of a nuclear warhead high above the Midwestern United States.

For all we know, North Korea and Iran might have already deployed a fleet of such ships. The vessels could be lurking even now, as of this writing.

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