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Panic in Hawaii as Civil Defense accidentally issues alert for 'inbound ballistic
qwz
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Calls from frightened residents inundated Civil Defense immediately asking for more information or advice. People who say they got through to the office were then told it was a mistake. One woman called 911 in panic and said she was told by the operator that staff were performing a drill when 'someone pushed the wrong buttons'.BREAKING NEWS: Panic in Hawaii as Civil Defense accidentally issues alert for 'inbound ballistic missile threat' which told thousands to 'urgently seek shelter'

The alert was issued to residents' phones at 8.08am on Saturday morning
It told them to seek shelter and warned of an 'inbound ballistic missile threat'
Residents called Civil Defense in a panic and were told it was a mistake http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-...rning.html
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RE: Panic in Hawaii as Civil Defense accidentally issues alert for 'inbound ballistic
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pin!
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a sneaky drill to see what the response from the public would be if it really went off?
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RE: Panic in Hawaii as Civil Defense accidentally issues alert for 'inbound ballistic
No accident!

Even considering the normal everyday bafoonery that defines government, an "accident" such as this would never happen.

This was a preemptive panic assessment to see how the public would respond!

In all likely hood, Hawaii will be hit with a nuke at sometime in the near future.

Since Hawaii is well isolated from the primary infrastructure of the mainland U.S., a false flag strike on the islands perpetrated by (?) would allow the U.S. justification to effectively launch a Real World First Strike upon (?) in order to gain the upper hand, and destroy all further threats BEFORE they could do the same upon the mainland.

Why not Alaska? 

Too much oil production, and few limited targets of opportunity to even be considered for a false flag to be anything but counter productive to the purpose.

Generally, any strategic hit in Alaska would disrupt oil production in the state, thus the impact would be felt in the lower 48 as well.

If I were in Hawaii, (no way in hell I'd be in a liberal state as such) I'd make plans to vacate immediately.

The writing is on the wall, can't ya read it?
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I will bet that opened some eyes wide, first thing in the morning.
chuckle
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Makes you think.

If you got that text right now, where would you go to shelter?
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RE: Panic in Hawaii as Civil Defense accidentally issues alert for 'inbound ballistic
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-13-2018 09:22 PM)
No accident!

Even considering the normal everyday bafoonery that defines government, an "accident" such as this would never happen.

This was a preemptive panic assessment to see how the public would respond!

In all likely hood, Hawaii will be hit with a nuke at sometime in the near future.

Since Hawaii is well isolated from the primary infrastructure of the mainland U.S., a false flag strike on the islands perpetrated by (?) would allow the U.S. justification to effectively launch a Real World First Strike upon (?) in order to gain the upper hand, and destroy all further threats BEFORE they could do the same upon the mainland.

Why not Alaska? 

Too much oil production, and few limited targets of opportunity to even be considered for a false flag to be anything but counter productive to the purpose.

Generally, any strategic hit in Alaska would disrupt oil production in the state, thus the impact would be felt in the lower 48 as well.

If I were in Hawaii, (no way in hell I'd be in a liberal state as such) I'd make plans to vacate immediately.

The writing is on the wall, can't ya read it?

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RE: Panic in Hawaii as Civil Defense accidentally issues alert for 'inbound ballistic
Some are suggesting that maybe it was shot down
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hackers????
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Jim Jones called this kind of drill a "white night," a test-run to gauge public reaction to disturbing orders.

Since people would rather call 911 than duck & cover, I'm calling this drill a big FAIL.

People forget the use of humor once it becomes useful.

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Take every alert serious though as one time you think it is just a "Drill" it could very well be your last breath..
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RE: Panic in Hawaii as Civil Defense accidentally issues alert for 'inbound ballistic
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-13-2018 09:36 PM)
I will bet that opened some eyes wide, first thing in the morning.
chuckle

And the shook horror of no Tp
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