Pyongyang | North Korea, Al-Qaeda and possibly Iran could be forming, what some experts have called, an unholy technological alliance.
In a video posted on YouTube yesterday, Al-Qaeda leader Naser Al-Wahayshi asked members of the organization to prepare for the dawn of a new era of djihadist supersoldiers that will be biogenetically enhanced through technologically advanced means.
Such a proposition, if true, could definitely curve the balance towards the Al-Nusra djihadists side in the Syrian conflict, admits war strategist and retired US Army General James McFlaherty.
“Don’t forget that these countries and terrorist organizations all share one common goal: the demise of America and Western Civilization”
“The rebel forces in Syria led by the Al-Nusra terrorist branch of Al-Qaeda, which are being supported by Saudi Arabian funds, could definitely profit from such a tactical force of devoted death squads” the leading expert admits.
“It is hard to say to which degree of efficiency these cloned soldiers could reach in high precision and strategic tactical combat, but imagine thousands of zombie-like soldiers, ready to blow themselves up for the cause without any fear of death whatsoever. That is clearly a scary thought and could give them a decisive advantage on the battlefield” explains the Golf War veteran. “Don’t forget that these countries and terrorist organizations all share one common goal: the demise of America and Western Civilization” he adds.
North Korea has been accused several times by Washington of trading cloning technology for oil with Iran and Saudi Arabia, but had until now only been thought of as widespread speculation on the part of the Pentagon by UN leaders who are scheduled to debate this week of possible sanctions against North Korea.