Will North Korea Wipe Out All of Humanity? By James Reed

     North Korea has moved beyond the nuclear holocaust stuff, which I admit gets a bit boring, and upped the ante, to going for biochemical weapons, a whole new level of terror:

“North Korea’s biochemical weapons capabilities may be even more dangerous than its nuclear missile program with weapons that could “wipe out all of humanity,” the conservative South Korean newspaper Chosun Ilbo reported Thursday, citing the New York Times. The revelations were reportedly in a study by the Middlebury Institute of International Studies published in December, suggesting that disarming its illegal nuclear program would not end the threat North Korea poses to the world, and that biological weapons may pose a more challenging one than nuclear bombs. “A single gallon of anthrax, if suitably distributed, could end human life on Earth,” the New York Times noted. “Even so, the Trump administration has given scant attention to North Korea’s pursuit of living weapons — a threat that analysts describe as more immediate than its nuclear arms, which Pyongyang and Washington have been discussing for more than six months.”

     Wow, so we will all die horrific biochemical deaths, rather than being made into radioactive atoms by Dr Strangelove bombs! It is just as well that I am on the way out anyway, from a lifetime of defeats, with no friends, or family (my brother does not count because the traitor moved to Adelaide!) Seriously, this stuff is truly depressing and how long will it be before some madman or woman kills us all? That is not a rhetorical question since the US has now reopened Star Wars, in response to the Russian and Chinese threat of hypersonic missiles:

     The US is completely impotent when it comes to protecting its borders because the elites want America to become swamped by Latin America, which will make them happy inside. But, as for the threat of hyper-sonic missiles, well, Trump is right onto that one, since a huge fast rocket dumped on diverse America, will not discriminate.



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