Hawaii Missle Alert
- January 16, 2018 at 2:26 am #16275
Does anyone have any thoughts on the recent “Alert” given to the People of Hawaii warning of an incoming missile attack? To me the whole “missile” deal is just “hollywooding” of terrorism. Let us not forget that the only nuclear strikes on populated targets in history were simply dropped out of a plane and you could get the same effect by putting a bomb on a boat and sailing right in to a harbor.January 16, 2018 at 1:11 pm #16277
Hank4 – I agree with you on the “Hollywooding” Wag the Dog perspective. First, the entire episode is a joke, really, is it that simple to send out that type of alert? Then, would it really take 38 minutes to say…”ah, never mind, my bad”…. Reminds me of scene in the movie Airplane where the guy pulls one extension cord and the runway lights turn off. Pathetic! Then, if it was a “wrong button mistake”, why was the person immediately reassigned, before any investigation? Just does not add up to me.
As for delivery vehicle, you are absolutely correct! In one of my Patreon posts, I posed the question “Does it take a missile?” Of course it does not. Like you said, Little Boy and Fat Man were delivered by airplane, and they were huge by today’s standards. Heck, when we toured Europe, my wife had a suite case large enough to hold a MERV! And I’m not exaggerating.
If one see’s any of the photos of KJU or his father reviewing a nuclear weapon, they are not even close to the size of those used in WWII. So, shielded in the hull of a pleasure craft sailing off shore of Pearl, Honolulu, or even into one of the harbors, as you stated, would devastate the state.January 18, 2018 at 6:29 pm #16279
I’ve seen a lot of speculations. The most recent was that there actually WAS a missile inbound but it was intercepted by the Chinese. Have any of you heard about that?January 20, 2018 at 11:32 am #16288
PreparedMother – Yes, I read an article on that but you would think there would be tons of leaks from foreign agencies/media, namely Japan. Is it possible that governments squelched it, yeah but seems improbable that it could be kept that quiet. For a NoKo missile to fly close enough to be determined that it was heading for Hawaii, it would have to go over all kinds of monitoring stations from many countries. But, to be honest, how probable that a single “text selection” as there is no button, was the cause of the alert. UGH!!!January 21, 2018 at 1:56 am #16290
Thank you for info. Seems like“dumb ass” mistake? What agency controls this button through what authorization chain of command Control?
WOW! One was in bound and agencies/military authorization pushed before it was shot down?
Just a stunt by a Obama friend or appointment to Control-or panic Citizens.
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