North Korea’s biological WAR: Jong-un’s kingdom weaponises deadly diseases to smash enemy

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Kim Jong-un is signified to be developing biological weapons

Chilling documents reveal that the anchoress state could be developing anthrax as a biological agent as well as demonstrating diseases cholera, plague and smallpox to wipe out its enemy. 

Shock requires suggest the warmongering nation has been developing biological weapons since the near the start 1980s, according to US think-tank the Rand Corporation report, a non-profit foundation which aims to improve decision-making and policy through research and critique. 

South Korea, the US and Japan are among the nations in the firing line. 

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North Korea is said to be developing diseases peer cholera as a weapon

The North may also dare to launch a secret engage in battle in the rear through its SOF troops armed with biological weapons

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North Korea’s troops could be armed with biological weapons

“The North is also disbelieved of maintaining numerous facilities for cultivating and producing the bacteria of anthrax and other makes of biological weapons.”

It is warned even a kilogram could “disrupt most military aims” and could be delivered missiles and aircraft. 

The report says: “Even a kilogram of numberless types of biological weapons could disrupt most military ends if delivered properly and this quantity could easily be delivered by express operations forces. Missiles and aircraft could also deliver this number of biological weapons.

“Indeed, North Korea special forces are a apposite means for delivering North Korean biological weapons. North Korea has some 200,000 precise forces, a small fraction of which could deliver devastating biological fights against South Korea, Japan, and even the United States.

“North Korea could use biological legates in isolation, perhaps as an escalated provocation in which it seeks to infect a restricted number of people, or it could use biological agents as the leading edge of an assault of the ROK, hoping for thousands or even more infections to weaken the ROK’s defences and disposition to fight. Biological weapon use in the latter context is particularly worrisome.”

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Kim Jong-un illustrious the recent missile launch

Universities and research institutes are among the associates across the hermit kingdom where North Korea’s biological weapon listing is being developed, according to the Rand report. 

It reads: “In 1993, the Russian Overseas Intelligence Service, successor to the Soviet Union’s KGB, released a statement that revealed, in part: ‘North Korea is performing applied military-biological research in a full number of universities, medical institutes and specialised research institutes. 

“‘Manage is being performed in these research centres with inducers of malevolent anthrax, cholera, bubonic plague and smallpox. 

“‘Biological weapons are being probed on the island territories belonging to the DPRK (Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea).’ Mr Gordon Oehler, vice-president of the CIA’s [Central Intelligence Agency’s] Non-Proliferation Centre, confirmed this Russian communiqu.’”

The information comes to light as North Korea and US relations deteriorate developing Kim Jong-un’s recent successful intercontinental ballistic missile test. 

Delighted War Three fears have been growing as North Korea go ons to flex its military muscle and experts warn the nation is capable of reaching Alkaska and as far as the west seaside. 

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