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Harvard Study Says North Korea Mass Producing Small Pox and the Plague WMDs

Harvard University has been studying what North Korea is up to and they say that madman Kim Jong-un is mass producing chemical weapons to use in case of war.  They say North Korea has no less that 13 types of WMDs and that they have been mass producing them.  Experts say Kim plans on using them against American troops in case of war or even just as an attack against America.  North Korea lacks most conventional weapons and really all they have are missiles and WMDs.  They are practically vulnerable to aerial attacks or bombers.

 A report by the Belfer Centre of Harvard University’s Kennedy School stated the hermit kingdom was preparing the stock of lethal potions.

Quoting the South Korean Defense Ministry, it said: ‘North Korea has 13 types of biological weapons agents which it can weaponize within ten days, and anthrax and smallpox are the likely agents it would deploy.’

The report went on to say: ‘Agents like anthrax could cause mass casualties with a small amount: only a few kilograms of anthrax, equivalent to a few bottles of wine, released into a dense city could kill 50 percent of the population.

‘If used on a large scale, these weapons can cause not only tens of thousands of deaths, but also create panic and paralyze societies.’

While much of the aggressive rhetoric coming from Pyongyang has centred around the nuclear threat, the White House has become embroiled in a war of words with the rogue state.

The latest statements from Kim Jong-un’s top team attacked the President of the US and its ally South Korea.
Translating a statement from the North Korean government, KNCA reported: ‘Dignitaries of White House, and State and Defense Departments of the US are having a hard time cooling Trump overheated with a war fever, but only the South Korean puppet forces are fanning up the lunatic fingering a nuclear button.

H/T The Mail Online

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