North Korea Plague Plot: How Kim Will Send Black Death Across Globe Using Human Sacrifices

NORTH Korea is plotting a sick biological attack against the USA and other Western powers, using human sacrifices to spread plague across the globe.

North Korea is developing biological weapons capable of introducing deadly diseases into Kim Jong-un’s Western rivals – including the black death.

The hermit state is also manipulating 12 other biological agents in their demented weaponry: anthrax, botulism, cholera, Korean hemorrhagic fever, smallpox, typhoid fever, yellow fever, dysentry, brucellosis, staph, typhus fever and alimentary toxic aleukia.

A terrifying new report, issued by the intelligence company AMPLYFI and Harvard University, said Kim could even use North Korean civilians to spread the diseases across the globe.

The report speculated “human agents” could be used to launch deadly pandemics – before dying of the disease themselves or being arrested by foreign security forces.

The chilling report said: “North Korea’s choice of delivery vehicle is unknown and will likely be tailored to the strategic and tactical objectives for each weapon.

“Human agents have been discussed consistently as plausible biological warfare delivery means.”

The report said diseases could also be dropped over enemy countries using airplanes, missiles, “sprayers” or even drones.

But it warned Kim thought so little of his people he would not hesitate to sacrifice them by infecting them with diseases and sending them int enemy states.

It said: “Its culture of North Korea prioritizing military objectives over human lives could drive it to use human vectors to deliver and spread biological warfare.”

North Korean special agents could also infiltrate a country before launching a sudden – and almost invisible – attack.

The report said: “North Korea has 200,000 special forces. Even a handful of those special forces armed with biological warfare would be enough to devastate South Korea.

“What is alarming about human vectors is that they do not need sophisticated training or technology to spread biological warfare among st the targets and they are difficult to detect in advance of an attack.

“It is theoretically possible that North Korean sleeper agents disguised as cleaning and disinfection personnel could disperse biological warfare agents with backpack sprayers.

“Another possibility is that North Korean agents will introduce biological warfare into water supplies for major metropolitan areas.”

It comes after Kim accused US leader Donald Trump of “lighting the wick of war” – something he said would result in a terrifying response.

He said: “With his bellicose and insane statement at the United Nations, Trump, you can say, has lit the wick of a war against us.

“We need to settle the final score, only with a hail of fire, not words.”

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