North Korea Could Blast Us Back to the 1800s North Korea Could Blast Us Back to the 1800s
North Korea Could Blast Us Back to the 1800s

North Korea Could Blast Us Back to the 1800s

North Korea Could Blast Us Back to the 1800s

by Steve Eastman, CleanTV

North Korea’s capability of reaching the US with an Intercontinental Ballistic Missile was demonstrated last month when it orbited its first satellite.  Most likely the threat won’t be from a conventional nuclear bomb.   That’s so twentieth century.  Russian generals have warned us North Korea now has the know-how to produce an Electromagnetic Pulse weapon.

An EMP warhead, as it’s also known, detonated at an altitude of more than 20 miles, could disable much of America’s C, telephone and broadcast services, even the computer you’re using now to watch this video.  In fact, saying we would be left with 19th century technology may be overstating it.  Some see a return to the Dark Ages.  Whatever the case, it would mean the downfall of America.

Several nights ago, I was walking along the beach and received some insight on the subject.  You may even want to call it inspiration.

This is not the first time America has faced this kind of problem.  One of our most beloved Presidents was in office in 1962 — John Fitzgerald Kennedy — a member of Obama’s own Democratic Party.  Soviet missiles were aimed at the US, from within firing range in Cuba.  Kennedy got tough with the Russians and they backed down.
“It shall be the policy of this nation to regard any nuclear missile launched from Cuba against any nation in the Western Hemisphere as an attack by the Soviet Union on the United States, requiring a full retaliatory response upon the Soviet Union.”

Can you imagine Obama taking a similar hard-nosed approach?  No.  He only seems to cares about his own agenda — destroying nearly 240 years of American progress.

But we don’t have to go back 50 years to find a similar situation.  Another of the country’s most beloved Presidents was in office on August 11, 1984.  Ronald Reagan was getting ready for his weekly radio address when he joked during the sound check, “My fellow Americans, I am pleased to tell you today that I’ve signed legislation that will outlaw Russia forever.   We begin bombing in five minutes.”  That joke startled the Kremlin and broke the ice of the Cold War.  A few years later the USSR, which Reagan loved to call “the Evil Empire,” dissolved into history.

Can you imagine Speaker of the House John Boehner or fellow Republican Mitt Romney having the courage to stare down America’s enemies into defeat?

Present day Democrats and Republicans are lacking.  When will the next John F. Kennedy or Ronald Reagan lead America back onto a path of greatness?  When will our leaders pass the Shield Act to beef up national missile defense and protect our nation’s critical infrastructure?

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