North Korea To Shoot Nuclear Weapons Into Low Orbit
Oglethorpe, Georgia — According to sources, North Korea could attempt to shoot nuclear weapons in low orbit. The attack comes during a time of peace culminate to World War III, escalating the global conflict. Conspiracy theorist believe many motives for North Korean involvement. “North Korea remains a very impoverished country for some time. But the United States haven’t helped, by creating even economic sanctions to prove war. Only problem is, North Korea can’t do much to attack America directly. The United States is too big and North Korea won’t risk their annihilation. Maybe its allies or maybe by developing arms capable of reaching several strategic government satellites within our orbit.”
In retaliation for the loaded amount of sanctions on the North Korean Government, North Korea could flex a sneak attack and shoot off a rocket into low orbit. A major concern for military officials, even more so than the possibility the Iranians could get nuclear capability. North Korea, a country with nuclear capabilities, demonstrated nuclear testing. In wartime, it would seem possible the North Korean government could misled the world. Instead setting off a government satellite surveillance, destroying missile could fortified the beginning of World War III. “The beginning of the end. The ramifications of a detonation such as this, would have a lot of impact on the ground. But it would have much more impact low orbiting satellites in space, where all of our technological capabilities linked to.”
First, conspiracy theorists say, our national security compromised. Our military communicates most of its affairs through the use of government satellite surveillance as well. The impacts severe. Ground and sea forces depend heavily on space capabilities for GPS navigation, precision targeting, etc, damaged. Much of the Air Force’s and Navy’s airdrops precision weapons having accuracy decreased dramatically. The United States would lose its global positioning capabilities and worldwide spy surveillance satellites. Essentially, the American military would lose their touch. The signal intelligence wouldn’t reach cell phone conversations. While a relief to many Americans, consider now terrorist communications on an unaffected satellite will communicate more freely.
“Losing our government satellite surveillance would affect the country very quickly. If we were to lose our database capabilities, many will try to take advantage of America, leaving our military and political leadership wing stumped.”