Connecting the Dots – ELECTRO MAGNETIC PULSE THREATS – why have we done nothing to harden our electrical grid

Download:  RNNCTD – November 30, 2017

ELECTRO MAGNETIC PULSE THREATS – why have we done nothing to harden our electrical grid

Severalweeks ago we learned from Mary Fanning and Alan Jones how massive security breaches led to the transfer of Port Canaveral to foreign nationals who threaten the future of our country.  This week our guests will be Dr. Peter Pry and Clare Lopez to discuss the very real threat of EMP weapons being used to take down our entire electrical grid and most of our electronic devices that are essential to our hi-tech society.
Dr. Pry is a leading expert on national security/electro magnetic pulse weaponry, has authored 5 books on the threat of EMP vulnerability,  and will explain our lack of preparedness to this type of terrorist attack by rogue states such as North Korea and Iran.  Clare Lopez is a previous guest to our show and is also expert on EMP weapons, national security, and the Club K containerized weapons systems that are potentially entering the country through our ports; especially through Port Canaveral.  This threat is very real and could not have happened without the collusion of our national leadership during the Obama Administration.  Many of the international threats we face today are a direct result of intentional actions to ignore national security policies and adopt procedures that are openly opposed to our true national interests.  We must harden our electrical grid and important systems against this looming threat.  This could be accomplished for a relatively low cost, especially when the consequences of doing nothing are so enormous.  Please join us for this very informative program on a subject that very few people truly understand.
This Week’s Guest(s)
Clare Lopez
Clare M. Lopez is a strategic policy and intelligence expert with a focus on Middle East, national defense, WMD, and counterterrorism issues. Specific areas of expertise include Islam and Iran. Lopez began her career as an operations officer with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), serving domestically and abroad for 20 years in a variety of assignments, and acquiring extensive expertise in counterintelligence, counternarcotics, and counterproliferation issues with a career regional focus on the former Soviet Union, Central and Eastern Europe and the Balkans. She has served in or visited over two dozen nations worldwide, and speaks several languages, including Spanish, Bulgarian, French, German, and Russian, and currently is studying Farsi.
Now a private consultant, Lopez also serves as Vice President of the non-profit forum, The Intelligence Summit, and is a Professor at the Centre for Counterintelligence and Security Studies (CI Centre), where she teaches courses on the Iranian Intelligence Services, and the expanding influence of Jihad and Sharia in Europe and the U.S. She is affiliated on a consultant basis with DoD contractors that provide clandestine operations training to military intelligence personnel. Lopez was Executive Director of the Iran Policy Committee, a Washington, DC think tank, from 2005-2006. She has served as a Senior Scientific Researcher at the Battelle Memorial Institute; a Senior Intelligence Analyst, Subject Matter Expert, and Program Manager at HawkEye Systems, LLC.; and previously produced Technical Threat Assessments for U.S. Embassies at the Department of State, Bureau of Diplomatic Security, where she worked as a Senior Intelligence Analyst for Chugach Systems Integration.
Lopez received a B.A. in Communications and French from Notre Dame College of Ohio (NDC) and an M.A. in International Relations from the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. She completed Marine Corps Officer Candidate School (OCS) in Quantico, Virginia before declining a commission in order to join the CIA. Lopez is a member of the Board of Directors for the Institute of World Affairs and also serves on the Advisory Board for the Intelligence Analysis and Research program and as an occasional guest lecturer at her undergraduate alma mater, NDC. She has been a Visiting Researcher at Georgetown University and a guest lecturer on terrorism, national defense, international relations, and Iran there, at the FBI Academy in Quantico, VA, and the National Defense Intelligence College in Washington, D.C. Lopez is a regular contributor to print and broadcast media on subjects related to Iran, Islam, counterterrorism, and the Middle East and is the co-author of two published books on Iran.