North Korea has been one of America’s enemies for years, but in recent weeks things have escalated to a new, dangerous level. The North Koreans are threatening to strike the United States, and the U.S. is reportedly considering a preemptive attack.
What should the United States do?
That’s the topic on this week’s edition of Off The Grid Radio, as we talk to Peter Vincent Pry, who is chief of staff of the EMP Commission and who formerly served in the House Armed Services Committee and the Central Intelligence Agency.
Pry – who has co-written articles on the subject for The Wall Street Journal, The Hill and the Washington Times – says that what we’re hearing in the mainstream media isn’t the full picture. In fact, Pry says, North Korea is even more dangerous than we may realize.
Pry tells us:
- Why we can’t necessarily believe what the experts tell us about North Korea’s intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) capability.
- Why North Korea could use an unconventional method to strike the U.S. with an EMP or traditional nuclear attack.
- Why every American citizen should be concerned that North Korea has two satellites that regularly fly over the U.S.
- Why we can’t trust the Chinese, who are responsible for more than 80 percent of North Korea’s imports and exports.
Finally, Pry gives us his thoughts on North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
If you want to separate fact from fiction, then don’t miss this week’s show. You won’t hear any of it from the mainstream media!