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EMP Weapons


Modern Survival Blog  Reported over a year ago in the Washington Times, “China’s military is developing electromagnetic pulse weapons that Beijing plans to use against U.S. aircraft carriers…” A redacted but now declassified report from the NGIC (National Ground Intelligence Center) reports on the activities undertaken by China regarding EMP weapons (electro-magnetic-pulse), HEMP (high altitude EMP), E-bombs (electromagnetic bombs), magnetic flux compression generator / microwave and/or radio-frequency radiation. It concludes that China may consider the employment of HEMP against the Taiwan electronic infrastructure or against a U.S. CVGB (aircraft carrier battle group) should a conflict break out.


The president of the group EMPact America has been quoted to say, “There is also evidence that China is developing, or has already developed, super-EMP nuclear weapons that generate extraordinarily powerful EMP fields, based partly on design information stolen from the United States,”

Richard Fisher, a China military analyst, said EMP warheads are likely to be an option for China’s new DF-21D anti-ship ballistic missile for the purpose of attacking large U.S. Navy ships without inflicting immediate massive casualties.

Mark Stokes, a former Pentagon specialist on China’s military said, “Microwave weapons would be used to shut down enemy radar, communications, computers and other electronics in an opening salvo. The weapons also could jam electronics of attacking aircraft and anti-radiation missiles, and as an anti-satellite weapon, degrade sensitive satellite electronic systems,”

It is also suspected that North Korea may be developing electromagnetic pulse weapons or bombs that could take out power grids — not to mention military and civilian electronics.

Dr. Peter Vincent Pry, a former CIA nuclear weapons analyst said that a May 2009 round of tests conducted in North Korea, appear to have included a “super-EMP” weapon, capable of emitting enough gamma rays to disable the electric power grid across most of the lower 48 states of the United States.

We already know that the Russians posses EMP weapons (HEMP and so called ‘super-EMP’ weapons). They also have developed battlefield mortar rounds, that when fired and floating to earth by its parachute, EMP energy is reflected downward by the underside of the parachute, resulting in a cone of disruptive-destroying electronic energy snuffing all electronics within its area.

EMP weapons are no longer considered ‘future weapons’. They are here and now. They have the potential to inflict destruction to electronic infrastructure which directly affects the lives of society who depend upon electricity for survival.

As these weapons are developed further, the risk continues to increase that one day they may be used. Although they do not inflict direct physical destruction as a conventional explosive, the follow-on effects could be just as destructive to our way of life, and result in even more deaths than otherwise. Most people in developed countries (USA for example) could not survive (literally) for very long without electricity. Electricity enables the systems of distribution for our food and fuel. Without it, we’re doomed…

…unless you are prepared.

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8 Responses to EMP Weapons

  1. NC says:

    I knew about this for the past two years in China. Hu Jintao has been spending the past 4 years building up the military and their technology in order to gear up for war with anyone, especially the U.S. who threatens their territorial waters. Believe me, this technology does exist in China and they will not hesitate to use it on the U.S. or Taiwan. Most likely Taiwan though as they are trying to reinstate it as part of Mainland China like they did with Hong Kong from the British. As war propaganda heats up, so will their threats of this EMP technology. However, I don’t see them actually using it pre-emptively, unless the U.S. attacks first. But I could be wrong.

  2. #1 NWO Hatr says:

    I’ve assumed for some time now that this was the plan all along.

    I’ve just been waiting to see it spelled out – literally.

    • NC says:

      It’s another reason why they changed the characters in the new movie, “Red Dawn” from Chinese to North Koreans. They didn’t want to piss the Chinese off or antagonize them since they know they have the capability to use an EMP strike on the U.S. soil and since China basically is buying out our movie theaters such as AMC, they decided to make the new movie and that recent computer game which was similar to the “Red Dawn” scenario from China to North Korea, since the U.S. military finds it easier to pick on the little countries as we all know and because they needed to protect their corporate interests in China like Microsoft, Walmart, Apple, GM, and God knows how many other factories that were outsourced there. It wouldn’t have been pretty if they made China angry over it.

  3. ChewyBees says:

    They don’t understand the nature of electromagnetism in the fold of life, the planet or the universe. They are considering these weapons safe and clean. They are anything but. All life, the biosphere, the solar system and beyond are all reliant on electromagnetic balance. A single explosive eruption could mean the undoing of a lot more than some de facto government’s hostile takeover.

    If they have the weapons, rest assured they received the plans for such from the corrupt de facto corporation called the UNITED STATES inc. From EMPs it escalates to nukes. Psychopaths don’t know or care about the difference. We have given a truckload of flamethrowers to a group of unstable pyromaniacs.

    God help us.

  4. ehnyah says:

    We’ve been trying to convert them with our own “EMP”(Evangelical Missionary Proselytism) for years.

    Crushing skulls and bones with righteous and harmonious fists?
    The Boxer Rebellion, also known as Boxer Uprising or Yihetuan Movement, was a proto-nationalist movement by the Righteous Harmony Society in China between 1898 and 1901, opposing foreign imperialism and Christianity. The uprising took place in response to foreign “spheres of influence” in China, with grievances ranging from opium traders, political invasion, economic manipulation, to missionary evangelism.

    Yale–China Association

    A reflection of the religious fervor sweeping American college campuses at the end of the 19th century, which took form in the Student Volunteer Movement, Yale-China was founded in 1901 as the Yale Foreign Missionary Society by a group of Yale graduates and faculty members committed to establishing a Christian missionary presence overseas.

    Student Volunteer Movement

    The Student Volunteer Movement for Foreign Missions was an organization founded in 1886 that sought to recruit college and university students in the United States for missionary service abroad.[..]Two missionary addresses were given outside of the conferences formal program, the first by Arthur T. Pierson and the second by William Ashmore, an American Baptist missionary to China.

    Arthur Tappan Pierson (March 6, 1837 – June 3, 1911) was an American Presbyterian pastor, early fundamentalist leader, and writer who preached over 13,000 sermons, wrote over fifty books, and gave Bible lectures as part of a transatlantic preaching ministry that made him famous in Scotland and England. He was a consulting editor for the original “Scofield Reference Bible”.[..] He acted as the elder statesman of the student missionary movement and was the leading evangelical advocate of foreign missions in the late 19th century.

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