BREAKING: Terrifying News Out Of North Korea- It’s Much WORST Than We Thought

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North Korea has a large stockpile of chemical and biological weapons, which are meant to attack South Korean and US troops in case of another war.

North Korea is not a signatory to the international Chemical Weapons Convention. It has been producing chemical weapons since the 1960s and is now estimated to have as many as 5,000 tons, according to a biennial South Korean defense white paper. Its stockpile, one of the world’s largest, reportedly has 25 types of agents, including sarin, mustard, tabun and hydrogen cyanide. It also has nerve agents, such as the VX allegedly used by two women – one Vietnamese and the other Indonesian – to kill the North Korean leader’s half brother, Kim Jong Nam.

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North Korea also has 12-13 types of biological weapons, said Lee Illwoo, a Seoul-based military intelligence group. North Korea has produced anthrax, smallpox and plague, the South Korean defense paper said. If war breaks out, North Korea would likely target Seoul’s defenses with chemical and biological weapons dropped from aircraft or delivered via missiles, artillery and grenades, Fox News reports.

Making chemical weapons isn’t extremely difficult, and the North likely uses chemical fertilizer plants to manufacture its weapons, according to South Korean experts. The military intelligence community said that North Korea has at least eight industrial facilities that can produce chemical agents. “The biggest weakness of chemical weapons is that their effectiveness expires soon and new supplies need to be made constantly, so North Korea maintaining a stockpile of up to 5,000 tons indicates a very strong production capability,” said Kim, the analyst.

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Some defectors from the North said that the authoritarian country tested chemical agents on political prisoners.

South Korea has proven that North Korea has poisoned in past assassinations as well as failed assassination attempts. When South Korean officials squashed what they said was a North Korean attempt to kill North Korean defector-turned-anti-Pyongyang activist Park Sang-hak in 2011, they unveiled a pen-liked weapon carried by the would-be assailant that hid a needle dipped in neostigmine bromide, a chemical that attacks the nervous system.

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