Kim Jong Un suffers from “PREMATURE ANNIHILATION”  and “PROJECTILE DYSFUNCTION” (Guest: Josh Bernstein)

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un recently tried to launch a sixth missile but it embarrassingly exploded at takeoff. The propagandists of the Kim regime are like a really annoying chihuahua that barks loudly but has absolutely no bite. America at this point could completely annihilate the Kim regime, all his generals and commanders with one or two MOAB “Mother of all Bombs” like the 21,600 ton one dropped on an ISIS cave hideout last week.

So says author/speaker Josh Bernstein who adds:

There are also reports that US Intelligence may have developed cyber techniques capable of sabotaging these missile launches before they are even able to travel to their targeted destinations. According to The Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance, The Pentagon has been developing a system known as “Left of Launch” which is capable of altering the electronic systems and components through undetectable radar signatures that target the command centers and control systems of ballistic missiles. This new 21st Century strategic defense initiative is the modern day version of Ronald Reagan’s “Star Wars” technology.

Is it possible that the United States Military has used “Left of Launch” technology to stop North Korea’s missiles from being effective?

How can this technology help the US with of rogue nations like Iran who also desire to use nuclear weapons against us?

Was the Stuxnet program the first phase of this anti ballistic missile technology?

Will our Military take out North Korea’s entire nuclear program and if so when?


About Josh Bernstein:

Political Analyst, Commentator and National Spokesman Josh Bernstein offers your audience a unique perspective that is straightforward and unapologetic. He is the National Spokesman for The Association of Mature American Citizens (AMAC) and their 1.3 million members.

CONTACT: To set up an interview with Josh Bernstein call: 919-800-8017.


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