Those who comfort themselves with the belief that a nuclear weapon launched from tiny North Korea could never land on U.S. soil might be forced to rethink their position after the release of a recent Harvard University study.

“North Korea is likely to use biological weapons before or at the beginning of a conflict to disrupt society and create panic, incapacitate societies, and/or cause a significant military diversion,” according to the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at the Harvard Kennedy School.

The use of biological weapons would not be new to North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un who is said to be behind the death of his half-brother, Kim Jong-nam, who died after a deadly toxin was smeared on his face by two women as he waited for a flight at the Kuala Lumpur airport.

The release of the Harvard study comes in the context of Kim Jong-Un’s near-daily threats to launch nuclear weapons against the U.S. mainland or the territory of Guam in the Pacific.

And while President Trump has ordered the U.S. Air Force to have nuclear-armed B-52 bombers on alert on a 24/7 basis to protect the country.

It is the first time such an order has been issued since the Cold War ended.

Kim Jong-Un could deploy biological weapons in a variety of ways, which could be as simple as arming cleaners and janitors in public buildings, who could introduce toxins on surfaces or into the air.

“It is theoretically possible that North Korean sleeper agents disguised as cleaning and disinfection personnel could disperse BW agents with backpack sprayers,” the Harvard report said.

In addition, Jung-Un is thought to be developing ways to use anthrax, cholera, and smallpox as weapons, according to the Daily Mail.

Although many were initially surprised that Kim Jong-Un would order the assassination of his half-brother in such a public manner, a top Korean professor has said it was part of a “master plan” of the dictator.

“Pyongyang wanted to send a worldwide message by murdering Kim Jong-nam in this gruesome, public way,” Nam Sung-wook believes.

That message should be loud and clear by now – Kim Jong-Un will stop at nothing to keep the world, specifically the United States, in fear of what he may or may not do with the weapons he wields.

And biological weapons are just one of the weapons at his disposal.

Source: Are you concerned about North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un's willingness to use biological warfare against the United States?

Source: Newsmax

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