If you know anything about the threat from an EMP attack, then you know the Internet is full of myths and misinformation.
It’s so bad, in fact, that one well-read website – GeopoliticalFutures.com – recently posted a story that actually downplayed the potential damage from an EMP.
So, what’s the truth?
This week’s guest on Off The Grid Radio is Peter Vincent Pry, executive director of the Task Force on National and Homeland Security and a former member of the Congressional EMP Commission.
Pry separates fact from fiction on EMPs. He also tells us:
- Why airplanes and automobiles really will be disabled during an EMP.
- How a Russian test from the 1960s proved the destructive nature of EMPs.
- Why he believes President Trump is making a mistake in his interactions with North Korea.
- What we can learn from past nuclear tests by the United States and the Soviet Union.
Pry concludes by sharing his thoughts on the U.S. and Putin – and why Americans should be worried!
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