Donald Trump is committed to taking out Kim Jon-Un’s nuclear weapons program.
But the North Korean dictator is threatening America with brutal retaliation.
Now he is on the verge of developing this super weapon that would be his biggest threat ever.
North Korea is not content to have just one form of weapons of mass destruction.
The communist nation is actively trying to develop biological weapons that could spread diseases and plagues in the event of a global conflict.
The New York Post reports:
“North Korea plans to acquire machinery for a biological weapons program — including factories to produce deadly microbes and labs that specialize in genetic modification, according to a report.
The country also has sent scientists abroad to earn advanced degrees in microbiology, and is offering to sell biotechnology services to developing nations, US and Asian intelligence officials and weapons experts told the Washington Post.
Current and former US officials said they have not yet seen any hard evidence that North Korea has ordered the production of any weapons besides samples and prototypes, the paper reported.
“That the North Koreans have [biological] agents is known, by various means,” a senior US official familiar with military preparations for a biological attack told the paper on the condition of anonymity.
“The lingering question is, why have they acquired the materials and developed the science, but not yet produced weapons?”
The North’s push on the biological front has alarmed US analysts, who say Pyongyang — which is seeking to develop a nuclear warhead capable of reaching the US mainland — could quickly launch industrial-scale production of deadly pathogens with which to threaten its neighbors or US troops.”
The U.S. intelligence community believes the facility at the Pyongyang Biological Institute is actually a cover for a military program to produce anthrax and other biological agents.
The Post also reports:
“In June 2015, President Kim Jong-Un gave a tantalizing look at the Pyongyang Biotechnical Institute, a large facility on the grounds of what used to be a vitamin factory. State media described the institute as a factory for making biological pesticides for agricultural use.
But US analysts were alarmed by images that showed industrial-scale fermenters used for growing large quantities of live microbes and dryers that could turn bacterial spores into a fine powder for easy dispersal.
“It is hard to avoid the conclusion that the institute is intended to produce military-size batches of anthrax,” North Korea specialist Melissa Hanham wrote in a blog post after the video was shown.
“Regardless of whether the equipment is being used to produce anthrax today, it could be in the near future.”
These biological weapons could be used if war breaks out in the Korean Peninsula.
Facing certain defeat, the North Koreans would unleash everything in their arsenal to inflict as much loss of life and carnage as humanly possible.
Trump is committed to a peaceful solution to the North Korean nuclear standoff.
But will Kim Jong-Un use his weapons of mass destruction as leverage to refuse all negotiations and kick start World War 3?
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