Where Will You Go When North Korean Agents Release Biological Weapons In Major U.S. Cities?

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Most Americans have no idea that biological weapons could potentially bring our nation to a complete and utter standstill within a matter of days.  In recent articles I have been trying to get people to understand why it would be so exceedingly dangerous for the United States to attack North Korea.  If the North Koreans used weapons of mass destruction, we could easily be facing a situation in which millions of North Korean and Japanese citizens end up dead.  But since it would happen on the other side of the planet, such a scenario doesn’t seem to emotionally move a lot of people.  So today, I want to try to get people to understand the immense devastation that just a handful of North Korean agents could cause inside our own country.


A war with North Korea would be fundamentally different from other wars, because there would be no line that the North Koreans would not be willing to cross.  They would use nukes, they would use chemical weapons, and they would not hesitate to even use biological weapons on innocent civilian populations.

To give you an idea of what a North Korean attack using biological weapons may look like, I have created the following scenario…

In the aftermath of a massive U.S. military strike on North Korea’s nuclear facilities, North Korean agents that have been embedded inside the United States for years quickly start going to work.  In Washington D.C., New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco, small containers that had been covertly smuggled into the U.S. are opened and dropped on the ground in the middle of large groups of people.  

At first nothing seems to happen, but pretty rapidly those that have been exposed start developing puffy white sores and blisters on their skin.  When this hits the news, panic begins to spread as people realize that this appears to be a coordinated attack.  Before too long, others that have been exposed to a different bioweapon start bleeding profusely from their eyes, ears, mouths and noses.  People drop dead by the thousands, and a national health crisis is declared.

Economic activity comes to a complete halt as everyone becomes deathly afraid of leaving their own homes.  Hospitals and other medical facilities are completely overwhelmed because they can only treat a small fraction of those that are dying.  Because these weaponized diseases were designed to spread like wildfire, pretty soon nearly every community in America is affected.

The federal government attempts to intervene, but it is powerless to stop the spread of these pandemics.  Thousands of dead bodies lie rotting in the streets of our major cities because there aren’t enough people willing to take the risk of burying them.  And because virtually everyone is camping out at home, essential public services start to break down very rapidly and our society descends into a state of utter chaos.

Are you starting to get the picture?

If the North Koreans ever conducted such an attack, we would probably have a very difficult time proving that they were responsible.

As people got sick and dropped dead by the thousands, the public would certainly demand vengeance.  Our politicians could point their fingers at North Korea, but of course such an attack could also be conducted by Russia, China, Iran or a number of different radical Islamic terror organizations.

Here in the western world, using biological weapons in this manner is absolutely unthinkable, but the North Koreans have little use for our moral standards.  They have been working very hard to develop a very robust bioweapons program, and according to those that have studied these things, the North Koreans definitely have the capability of launching the type of attack that I just described above…

A South Korean government white paper published in 2012 suggested that North Korea is capable of producing a variety of biological weapons, “including anthrax, smallpox, pest, francisella tularensis, and hemorrhagic fever virus.”

And unlike other types of weapons, biological weapons can simply be carried to their targets by the wind.  The following is an excerpt from a recent report from the Rand corporation

“North Korea could use biological weapons against a variety of military and civilian targets in South Korea. Biological weapons would likely be delivered as an aerosol of some kind that would be dispersed and then carried by the wind. Many people downwind of the release location would be exposed unless they wore some form of protection or were physically located in a place that protected them from exposure. This is particularly true if the attacker creates a line source by spraying, for example, the BW agent while driving along a road perpendicular to the wind. According to one source, 1 kilogram of anthrax could spread lethal effects over 0.2 to 2.6 square kilometers, depending on wind and weather conditions. The nighttime population density of Seoul averages about 20,000 people per square kilometer, meaning that upward of about 50,000 people could be effectively exposed by 1 kilogram of anthrax. But in conditions less favorable to the attacker, including poor atmospheric conditions and many people living in high-rise buildings that lack central heating and ventilation, as few as 2,000 people might be effectively exposed by 1 kilogram of anthrax. Multiple attacks could increase these results.”

Thanks to our ridiculously porous borders, it would be no problem at all to smuggle these types of weapons into the United States.  My guess is that if we do go to war with North Korea, it won’t be very long at all before North Korean agents that are already embedded here are given the order to attack.

In addition to biological weapons, it is also important to remember that it is estimated that North Korea has an arsenal of up to 5,000 tons of chemical weapons.  The moment that the U.S. begins attacking the North Koreans, they could respond by firing off missiles armed with chemical warheads at Seoul, Tokyo and other major cities in the region.  If this were to happen, the death toll would likely be absolutely catastrophic.

It is funny that China has become the voice of reason in this crisis.  They are urging both sides to cool down, and they are warning the U.S. that an attack on North Korea could quickly become a complete nightmare

An editorial in the influential newspaper Global Times, which is published by the Chinese Communist Party’ People’s Daily, said the situation on the Korean Peninsula could not be compared to that of Syria.

“Taking military actions against North Korea is much more risky than launching a missile strike on Syria. Pyongyang is able to deal a heavy blow to South Korea. Regardless of Pyongyang’s nuclear capability, a radiological dispersal device, or a ‘dirty bomb,’ if thrown on the South, will cause nuclear pollution, which will be unbearable to this US ally,” the newspaper warned.

Unfortunately, it doesn’t appear that either side is willing to back down.

In fact, it is being reported that North Korea may be preparing to conduct a major nuclear test as early as this weekend

Voice of America journalist tweeted that US government sources believe North Korea had placed a nuclear device in a tunnel and it could be detonated as early as this weekend.

It comes after Washington-based 38 North, a website that monitors North Korea, said satellite images from Saturday showed vehicles and trailers at the Punggye-ri test site and signs that communications cables may have been laid to a test tunnel.

If the North Koreans detonate a nuclear device within the next few days, that might be the final straw for Trump.

And whether a nuclear test happens or not, the North Koreans seem to be preparing for war.  It is being reported that Kim Jong-Un has ordered nearly 600,000 people to leave the capital, and he has placed his military on the highest state of alert.

This is one of the reasons why I am always strongly urging my readers to get prepared.  If you wait to take action until war starts and weapons of mass destruction are being used, it will be way too late to gather the food and supplies that you and your family will need.

Let us certainly hope that the kind of scenario that I have laid out in this article does not happen, but at this point both Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un do not appear to be bluffing, and that means that anything is possible.

  • Jim Davis

    I’m not gonna panic, but it’s never a bad idea to have a store of food and water, a firearm or 10 and some ammo. Better to have it and not need it than the contrapositive.

    • North Korea is not your enemy by any stretch of Imagination….This is what Americans did to North Koreans which the lame stream media quietly deleted.

      What most people in America do not know –and which is particularly relevant when assessing the “threats” of the DPRK to World peace– is that North Korea lost thirty percent of its population as a result of US led bombings in the 1950s. US military sources confirm that 20 percent of North Korea’s population was killed off over a three period of intensive bombings:

      “After destroying North Korea’s 78 cities and thousands of her villages, and killing countless numbers of her civilians, [General] LeMay remarked, “Over a period of three years or so we killed off – what – twenty percent of the population.” It is now believed that the population north of the imposed 38th Parallel lost nearly a third its population of 8 – 9 million people during the 37-month long “hot” war, 1950 – 1953, perhaps an unprecedented percentage of mortality suffered by one nation due to the belligerance of another.” (quoted in Richard Rhodes, “The General and World War III,” The New Yorker, June 19, 1995, p. 53.)

      • Jim Davis

        War is insane. Only globalists, bankers and chicken hawks want war. Unfortunately, that’s who is running the world.

        • William Lutz

          Dude, you think that peaceful negotiations are going to eliminate the foreign tyranny, corruption, oppression, and threats? Do you believe dialogue is the answer to irreconcilable disagreements between leaders and nations? Guys, quit settling for the status quo in the name of peace. I’m sorry, but I think war and violence is the appropriate means to an end.

          Do you really want to live the rest of your life hearing about non stop international conflict and quarreling among polarizing world leaders or countries? Or would you rather embrace the fight and get it over with in the short term? I don’t know about you, but I choose the latter option.

          • Jim Davis

            They called WWI “The War to End All Wars”. Ha! Don’t be so gullible to think the globalists want peace. Well they will be OK with peace when we are all in a one world totalitarian state. Until then, every war is a holy war for them. And its all based on lies as all wars always have been.

            And you want to eliminate foreign tyranny, corruption, oppression, and threats? Where have you been for the last two centuries? What about the so-called United States of America? Sherman’s thugs raping and pillaging the South. Teddy Roosevelt invading Puerto Rico. Bombing of civilians in Dresden, Tokyo, Nagasaki and Hiroshima. Killing hundreds of thousands in Korea and Vietnam. Killing half a million children in Iraq.Your own government is and has been as evil as any.

          • Brenda Moulton

            Yep, that’s us. The USA, mess with us by starting wars and gassing millions and we will destroy you. Every conflict you mentioned was started by the losing side. Maybe the aggressors should read a little bit of history. The strong always fight back. They also usually win. Sherman is hated by the south because he hastened the end of the civil war. These poor innocent civilians were supporting the southern war effort. Sherman stopped that. Korean war? Who was it that invaded who? you do not seem to know. What about WWll? No idea who started it? I suggest a small course in world history. You are right about one thing. The globalist (liberals) do not ever want peace. War weakens both sides.

          • Diane Dina

            Surely you have noticed that the mighty US military has not won a war in 71 years. Are you with me so far?

          • KilltheBank

            Depends on your perspective.

            If money was made and American lives wasted so they dont get too uppity, it WAS a win.
            Just not for anyone who isnt absolute scum.

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          • Joan Camara

            Wow, sounds like someone wants to go to the other side…. I’d rather have the conflict and quarreling, and so forth. I happen to love life…and make up’s after a break up (hmm, sounds like a song).

          • “The U.S. government is already doing it in form of vaccines. Also, they’ll release a bigger biological bomb and just blame it on NK. I’m not falling for the hype.”

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      • Joan Camara

        And how many more died, and are still dying from radiation poisoning? Well, let’s see what other country we can depopulate!
        Sick people in our government!
        Nice history that I didn’t know, though…thanks.

      • Brenda Moulton

        Before you cry for them, remember who started that war. It was North Korea. Too bad that they were losing until their big brother China threw its troops into the battle against the South Koreans and American troops. They were the aggressors. Not us.

        • KilltheBank

          This would have been settled long ago if not for the chinese.
          They should reep the most fallout.

  • That’s that…but me thinks Americans have the right to know why they would be attacked by North Korea who are geographically, culturally, historically apart..If only the real truth comes out..Americans would join forces to unite with North Korea.

    Historical Context: Korea, Brutalized by the United States

    The history between Korea and the United States goes back to the late 1800s when the US had completed its manifest destiny across North America and was beginning to build a global empire. In 1871, more than 700 US marines and sailors landed on Kanghwa beach in west Korea, seeking to begin US colonization (a smaller US invasion occurred in 1866). They destroyed five forts, inflicting as many as 650 Korean casualties.

    The US withdrew, realizing it would need a much larger force to succeed, but this was the largest military force to land outside the Americas until the 1898 war in the Philippines. S. Brian Willson reports that this invasion is still discussed in North Korea, but it has been erased from the history in South Korea as well as in the United States.

    Bet Michael, You didn’t knew this…Even before the Korean war…Americans attacked Korea itself…I don’t know why American elites are so obsessed with Koreans..leave them alone

    • Brian

      Their Dictator is a complete and total lunatic with all kinds of WMDs. Our Special Forces should have taken him out YEARS AGO! What Planet are you from, Mars? Smh

      • Joan Camara

        You believe everything you hear from mainstream news? What if he wasn’t a total lunatic, and you just believed that from reading news here in the US. IRAQ had all those WMD’s too, right??
        I, myself, don’t believe anything, till I have real proof. Just like I don’t believe Assad poisoned his own people…and I have plenty of proof of who brought down the towers…and it’s not who our government said it was!

        • Brian

          What, are you the only person who does research? The MSM is owned by the Global Elites and i hate the MSM for that very reason! Kim Jun Un IS crazy, just do your homework on that Dictator and the Irag war was all about OIL and MONEY, everyone knows that! Now about Assad, i know he didn’t gas his own people, that would be suicide on his part. Finally we come to 9/11 and i won’t touch that subject with a 10 foot pole, sorry.

          That was fun Joan, and may God bless you!

    • Steve

      Sorry bud, but Kim Il Sung started the Korean War in June of 1950 by invading South Korea. Did pretty well, even pushed the UN forces into the Pusan perimeter, but was eventually cut off by the Inchon Landings and the subsequent push to the Yalu. Did North Korea suffer? Sure. But they started it by invading their neighbor. It took the Chinese to prevent the South Koreans from eliminating the North Korean Communist government.

  • William Lutz

    No… Let’s not hope that it won’t happen. In my opinion, WWIII is very likely to happen and it needs to take its course. War is unquestionably horrific, but we have had ongoing international conflict for so long and this discord needs to end tragically. Time to pay the piper.

    • Joan Camara

      Wow, really? No fight in ya, huh? And do you say, “oh well”, when thousands of muslims are brought here, too? And yeah, we deserve to have sharia here, and so forth?

  • Tim

    The North Koreans have placed a nuclear bomb in a tunnel?….Hope it’s Trump’s arse….They “have little use for our moral standards”? On the contrary; it’s amazing how fast these little yellow people learnt from us in Vietnam, etc. Maybe they’re getting ready to return the compliment……Of course, they will have to go as well. But that doesn’t seem to bother the muslims much, does it?

  • Undecider

    The U.S. government is already doing it in form of vaccines. Also, they’ll release a bigger biological bomb and just blame it on NK. I’m not falling for the hype.

    • Joan Camara

      I could see Bush or Obama doing something like that….and I was pulling for Trump till he struck Syria, without an investigation of who really poisoned those people, without going through Congress, or the UN, and using about 50 million dollars to do it, instead of using it wisely for this country (wall, perhaps?). So I really pray he’s not evil like that last president’s, and do something like that to us Americans. But, ya never know….

      • KilltheBank

        I dont even care who did it, zero Americans died.

    • KilltheBank

      Anything they got we know about and can likely top it.

      Doesnt mean its a good idea but thats NEVER stopped them before.

  • SafetyViking

    I’ll die. Happy. Been a good life; had a GREAT time, but prepared to see what’s next.

  • Ray S.

    Well honestly if Washington D.C., New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco weren’t around this might be a much better country for the rest of us. It’s not the first time we’ve had a biological warfare scare. Anyone recall right after 9-11 when we started having Anthrax cases all over the country? It didn’t put a stop to business like you are saying it might. To this day the origin of where it came from and who was responsible is still a mystery.

    • “Well honestly if Washington D.C., New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco weren’t around, this might be a much better country for the rest of us”
      Mm-hmm: “Well honestly, if several million people who don’t follow my personal set of ideologies were to be slaughtered wholesale, then ‘Murica would be great again”

      Yeah, isn’t there some Satanic or pro-terrorism site you could be donating your time and money too?

      When hearing that the so-called “Church” is losing congregants, it is no doubt because of such blatant anti-American hate speech.

      • Ray S.

        Thank you for your opinion. Lighten up Carrie, this is the comments section. The church losing congregants has little to do with those who already attend church. People in our country have other gods now. Their phones, computers, cars, their kids, the stuff they buy. We’ve traded God for things and it will take a catastrophe for churches to be filled again.

        • Yeah, I prefer NOT to “lighten up” about wishing millions upon millions upon millions of living, breathing, sovereign citizens being murdered so you can feel good about their slaughter.

          But if your Church is all thumbs up about it, just remember that is why people are abandoning G-d — because of mouthpieces like you [mis]representing Him.

          [edited to add:] Also, I didn’t share any opinion, so there was no need to fake-thank me.

  • Songchannels

    This blog censors comments and is therefore not as American as it seems.

  • Howard Martinez

    Don’t fear nuclear war, God is on our side

  • Lexxs

    Thanks to Rump this sort of conflict is possible.

    • gman

      you mean trump recognizes the conflict exists and has to be dealt with now, rather than hoping to foist off the problem to someone else.

      • Lexxs

        No, I mean Rump is a congenital liar, not too intelligent and is probably borderline senile or has dementia. In his dreamworld he has a need to create international conflicts to make himself believe he is relevant.

  • Steve

    I agree that the NKPA will use whatever weapons they have, including bio and chemical weapons. So put a large bag of rice and a couple more cases of canned goods on the shopping list. And be prepared to stay at home for a few weeks.

  • gman

    “Taking military actions against North Korea is much more risky than launching a missile strike on Syria. Pyongyang is able to deal a heavy blow to South Korea. Regardless of Pyongyang’s nuclear capability, a radiological dispersal device, or a ‘dirty bomb,’ if thrown on the South, will cause nuclear pollution, which will be unbearable to this US ally,”

    probably true, but this appears to be a permanent and permanently increasing threat. waiting has not reduced the threat, and waiting further will not reduce the threat. time to just get this over with before it gets even worse.

  • Diane Dina

    Look no further than comments by the war hawks. They are lost souls.
    Morally and character are long gone. This once-great God-fearing nation has
    already been destroyed from within.

    They use to sit at their keyboards and pick the sovereign
    nations to save and those to vaporize as if they were playing Fantasy Football.
    Now they are picking American cities. They are cowards with no skin in the
    game. That will change.

    I pray for our innocent children. Their suffering will be
    Biblical. Parents, Google ‘Hiroshima+images+victims’.

    What can a family do? Please PRINT THIS FREE .pdf file. It
    is a great plan with one exception: Gather Supplies (Item #7) NOW! Do not wait
    until nuclear attack is imminent!


  • L O

    The cold hard fact is this, we can either deal with the Norks now, or we can deal with them later.. But at some point we will have to face the fact that they want to kill us.

  • Howard Martinez