2 CIA Spies: Iran Is The Real Danger Behind North Korea Nuke Threat


The recent media frenzy over North Korea’s nuclear threats is focusing on the threats made by its crazy leader Kim Jong-Un, but two former CIA spies have come forward to reveal that the media is purposely ignoring the true threat to the United States: North Korea’s Partner-in-Crime, The Islamic Republic of Iran.

Iranian-born Reza Kahlili spied on Iran while embedded within the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps, and Dr. Jim Garrow spied on China for the US for decades.

They state that Iran is a “clear and present danger” to the United States, able to field EMP “super weapons” that could send the United States back to the 1800’s in a millisecond without the infrastructure to support 330-million people.

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Kahlili, a member of the Congressional EMP Commission, says that Iran has been training to use SCUD missiles concealed in civilian container ships to deliver a devastating EMP strike against the United States.

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According to studies published by the EMP Commission, up to 90% of the US population could die from disease, starvation, and violence as people fight over remaining resources within one year of such an attack.

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