BLOODBATH: War In Korea Would Kill Hundreds Of Thousands In Days, Even Without Nukes


If the U.S. and its allies decide to go to war against North Korea, blood is expected to run like rivers on the peninsula, a new study revealed.

North Korea has spent decades building a massive conventional force, which includes tens of thousands of artillery units, as well as weapons of mass destruction ranging from nuclear to biochemical. Even if North Korea “uses only its conventional munitions, estimates range from between 30,000 and 300,000 dead in the first days of fighting,” a new Congressional Research Service report obtained by Bloomberg revealed.

A former CIA chief focused on the growing crisis on the Korean Peninsula previously gave a similarly-sobering estimate during an interview with The Daily Caller News Foundation.

“When I was in government, when we ran war games, the estimates were hundreds of thousands of casualties, and that was before we thought North Korea had nuclear weapons,” Bruce Klingner, the former chief of the CIA’s Korea branch and now a senior research fellow for Northeast Asia at the Heritage Foundation’s Asian Studies Center, told TheDCNF.

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