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In 2012 I was playing a video game called Homefront. It was one of the best stories I have ever played. In that story, America was hit by a high altitude EMP attack by North Korea.
They then launched a full-scale attack on a crippled military and the desperate public. What resulted was the end of America as we knew it. My job as the player was, of course, to liberate my great nation. This article seems to be turning fiction into reality.
North Korea and Iran and even Russia could put a nuke on a barge and get basically as close as they want before launching that thing int othe upper atmosphere and shutting the lights out on us all. That is the severity of the situation.
It if weren’t for the realization of our massive army, they would have done it already.
The Realities of an EMP
There is one thing we have to understand about the issue of an EMP. It’s that most people are going to die. That is pretty grim but its the reality of the situation. You see when the medical system collapses and waste management along with it, people are going to get sick often and die.
That is not to mention the violence and the starvation. You know there is going to be a serious amount of violence in cities until the population balances enough that people can co-exist and eat a little bit. Maybe after all that death people will also start to instill some kind of security.
The worst news of all is that even the most prepared of us can die in an EMP. That is the reality of the disaster. Its the biggest and the worst of all and its a slow and agonizing death for the society.