Former White House adviser warns
North Korea is preparing to launch a huge invasion on South Korea which may then be subjected to a spray of half a million artillery shells an hour and to 600 chemical bombs destroying airports. Rushing to its aid following this devastating attack by North Korea, the US and other allies of South Korea will end up in the war, warns ‘Victor Cha’, a former White House Adviser. Hundreds of thousands of lives may be lost in this war that North Korea prepares to wage, he fears.
In his book ‘The Impossible State’, Mr. Cha reveals the scale of North Korea’s combat capabilities. The country suffers from acute shortage of food grains attributed for the most part to UN sanctions. The reign of dictator Kim Jong-Un has been unable to meet the food requirements of the population that is now left deprived and starving. South Korea claims that there is unrest and discontent seething in the people’s minds.
With the purpose of gaining control of the situation, Kim Jong-un has resorted to making plans of pushing his army into South Korea. He even got built a replica of the South Korean Presidential Palace for his troops to train on. The invasion will cost an estimated $1 billion and cause devastation and damage worth a trillion dollars.
The attack aims at sabotaging power stations and communication networks raising the whole of South Korea to the ground leading in turn, to anarchy.
Japan, expected to pitch in to South Korea’s rescue at this point, will be countered with a pounding of missiles, Mr. Cha warns. Having engaged Japan on the coastal regions, 700,000 troops and 20,000 armoured tanks would make their way into South Korea to cause horrific carnage, claims Victor Cha. The troops could then make use of nerve gas, mustard gas and biological weapons killing millions reveals Mr. Cha’s book.
This sudden invasion will draw the US and other western nations in the war. Should this happen the conflict could end up in flames of huge war of which both sides must bear the brunt. It will take the US, North Korea and the allies quite some time to neutralize North Korean attacks. Defence Analysts claim that North Korea does not possess any advanced weapons ruling out the likelihood of very grave threat although its capacity to cause explosions cannot be ignored at all, points out Mr. Cha.
Meanwhile, although the North Korean population faces acute food shortage, the military bases of the country are stocked with six months of food and fuel. A bunker stores ample fresh water and a tunnel with enough room for 100,000 people has been built beneath the capital Pyongyang, says Victor Cha in his book.