2005 Report: Electro-Magnetic Pulse Nuclear War to be Launched by Iran
The spiritual leader of Iran, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, is warning the U.S. to stay out of his country's business and, in particular, its nuclear program, which is set to resume this week. Speaking on a tour of southeast Iran, Khamenei said the US "deserved a punch in the mouth."
From where does this brashness come? It comes from Iran's plans to launch an Electro-Magnetic Pulse Nuclear war against the USA and Europe, crippling the West in the War on terror.
We shall give our blood for you Oh Khamenei - Iranians celebrate Ashura - A bloodied Shia Muslim rite In an article titled, "Electronics to Determine Fate of Future Wars," an Iranian Military journal explains how an EMP attack on America's electronic infrastructure, caused by the detonation of a nuclear weapon high above the U.S., would bring the country to its knees. "Once you confuse the enemy communication network you can also disrupt the work of the enemy command- and decision-making center," the article states. "Even worse today when you disable a country's military high command through disruption of communications, you will, in effect, disrupt all the affairs of that country. If the world's industrial countries fail to devise effective ways to defend themselves against dangerous electronic assaults then they will disintegrate within a few years. American soldiers would not be able to find food to eat nor would they be able to fire a single shot."
He also said Iran's presidential elections in June would not make any difference to its nuclear policy.
Khamenei said it was not up to the U.S. to decide which countries needed nuclear technology.
Iran announced yesterday it is likely to resume uranium enrichment-related activities next week, following a breakdown in negotiations between the Shiite regime and the European Union.
Tehran's announcement after talks in London with European negotiators yielded no results. France, Britain and Germany, acting on behalf of the 25-nation European Union, were seeking guarantees from Iran that it will not use its nuclear program to make weapons.