Michael Maloof Is Still Warning Us About EMPs

Posted: February 20, 2014 in conspiracy, military, science
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Much like Chicken Little claiming that the sky is falling, E. Michael Maloof still gets his EMP (electro-magnetic pulse) weapon warning in every few weeks. I wonder if he writes anything else for WND? His latest two were published on January 30 and February 10, and there was a third snippet of an article on February 14: “China Reveals ‘Ace’ Against U.S. Military,” “Approaching Iranian Warships Raise EMP Threat,” and “Expert: Iran Ships a Dry Run for Later Nuke/EMP Attack.” Maloof is also an occasional guest on the late-night radio program, Coast to Coast AM, also talking about this threat.

As usual, if you want background on what an EMP is, see my first post on the subject from August 1, 2013.

The latest can be summarized by the opening paragraphs of the first two articles:

Members of the Chinese military are looking to use an electromagnetic pulse as part of a “one-two punch” to knock out – literally within seconds – all defensive electronics not only on Taiwan but also on U.S. warships that could defend the island.

National security experts have expressed alarm over the announcement by Iran that it will position its warships off the coast of the United States, from where they could launch a nuclear warhead to explode at high altitude to create an electromagnetic pulse.

The posts got 207 (4.64/5 average), 458 (4.65/5 average), and 24 ratings (4.5/5 average) each. They also got 507, 778, and 49 comments each.

Pretty much all the comments are anti-Obama. What a few of the lower-rated comments mention that Maloof seems to ignore is that, well, it’s not like we can’t do this to them. The United States has the largest military in the world, by far, and much of the military technology is hardened against this kind of thing. Not to mention all the bases and ships (submarine, surface ships, planes) around the world that could retaliate practically instantly if such an attack were ever launched. Yes, if an EMP attack were ever launched and successful, it would be bad news, but it would be worse news for whomever launched it.

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Comments
  1. Alan Faye says:

    When your lights go out and there are no cellphones or TVs or radios ……. THAT is when you will know! The 1859 solar event known as the Carrington Event, can easily “repeat-hit” the earth again sometime during 2014 and 2016. This could “fry” all electronics worldwide. The Carrington Event if repeated soon, will produce the same EMP as a nuke device exploded in orbit over the central US. And multiply this all over the world! And we can then blame no one but ourselves!

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