North Korea is pushing to develop weapons of mass destruction beyond nuclear missiles.

They have begun testing a new deadly method.

And this is their most dangerous super weapon yet.

North Korea’s stockpiles of WMD go beyond their nuclear weapons.

They are reported to have stockpiles of chemical weapons.

And now they have begun testing with anthrax added to their ICBM’s in case war breaks out on the Korean Peninsula.

Fox News reports:

“North Korea is beginning tests on mounting anthrax onto intercontinental ballistic missiles that would strike the U.S., a report said on Wednesday just two days after the White House’s U.S. National Security Strategy stated Kim Jong Un is pursuing chemical and biological weapons.

The Hermit Kingdom is beginning experiments to test out if anthrax can endure immense heat and pressure it will have to endure when loaded into an ICBM and launched toward the earth’s atmosphere, Japan’s Asahi newspaper reported, citing an unidentified person connected to South Korea’s intelligence services.

“North Korea has started experiments such as heat and pressure equipment to prevent anthrax from dying even at a high temperature of over 7,000 degrees generated at the time of ICBM’s re-entry into the atmosphere,” the report stated. “In part, there is unconfirmed information that it has already succeeded in such experiments.”

The Trump administration’s new national security strategy lists North Korea’s chemical weapon stock as a threat, but Pyongyang denies possessing these weapons.

Fox News also reports:

“On Monday, the White House released its U.S. National Security Strategy that said North Korea is “pursuing chemical and biological weapons which could also be delivered by missile.”

“North Korea—a country that starves its own people—has spent hundreds of millions of dollars on nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons that could threaten our homeland,” the document said.

North Korea vehemently denied the report and accused the U.S. of cooking “up untruths as truths” and using biological weapons during the Korean War.

“Properly speaking, it is the U.S. stereotyped method to cook up untruths as truths, stubbornly insisting that black is white and fabricating anything for satisfying their aggressive greed,” the state-run Korean Central News Agency stated. “And the U.S. itself is an empire of evils full of plots, fabrications, lies and deceptions.”

This deadly new weapon could give North Korea the ability inflict unimaginable casualties without resorting to using nuclear weapons.

Firing off nuclear missiles would ensure the United States responds in kind and wipes North Korea off the map.

But a chemical weapons attack would not invite a nuclear response.

It’s a dangerous new scenario for the United States and her allies.