Hawaii ‘ballistic missile threat’ alert to phones was false alarm, officials say

Hawaii is a fuxated jambalaya of race mixing.

It’s an extreme liberal state that should probably go back to being its own country, ruled by a primitive native king.

Today, somebody, not yet identified, made a big mistake.

It’s what you get with a third world people. They loved their guy, Obama, who let the nuclear missile threat fester and did nothing.

They deserve to live in terror until they admit that Trump is right about Little Rocket Man and everything else.

Excerpt from NBC News

Hawaiians were thrown into a panic Saturday morning after an emergency alert was sent warning of a ballistic missile threat. But emergency officials said minutes later it was a false alarm caused when someone pushed the wrong button, leading to an uproar over how such an error — with potentially dangerous consequences — could occur.

An alert in all caps was first sent to cellphones across the archipelago shortly after 8 a.m. local time (1 p.m. ET), saying, “Ballistic missile threat inbound to Hawaii. Seek immediate shelter. This is not a drill.”

About 20 minutes later, the state’s Emergency Management Agency followed up in a tweet: “NO missile threat to Hawaii.” A similar alert was sent to cellphones about 38 minutes after the first.

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii, who also tweeted “there is no incoming missile to Hawaii,” questioned how the mistake happened and why it took so long before it was corrected, adding that it triggered feelings of terror unnecessarily in a state with more than 1.4 million people.

It also follows North Korean leader Kim Jong Un warning last week that “a nuclear button is always on my desk” and the “entire United States is within range of our nuclear weapons.”

Gabbard told MSNBC that “what my family went through and what so many families in Hawaii just went through is a true realization that they have 15 minutes to seek some form of shelter or else they’re dead — gone.”

A spokeswoman for Hawaii Gov. David Ige said human error was to blame and that somebody pressed the wrong message to be sent.

Two U.S. military officials told NBC News that there was no indication the military initiated the alert or provided information that prompted such a message to be delivered.

A White House official said President Donald Trump was briefed on the incident, and that it was “purely a state exercise” by Hawaii.

The city and county of Honolulu and U.S. Pacific Command put out statements calling the warning an “error.”

“USPACOM has detected no ballistic missile threat to Hawaii. Earlier message was sent in error. State of Hawaii will send out a correction message as soon as possible,” said Cdr. Dave Benham, a spokesman for U.S. Pacific Command.


Naturally, the blame Trump game is being played out today.

Trump didn’t issue the false alarm, bitch. My money is on a turd world individual who either was careless or decided to have some fun.

29 thoughts on “Hawaii ‘ballistic missile threat’ alert to phones was false alarm, officials say

  1. Great idea! Let them go off and become an island kingdom again and bring the fleet home (like we should/would have done in 1941 but for FDR). They can pick an indigenous someone to be the new, high, exalted King Lakanookiehomie.
    To compensate for losing one state we create the new State of Jefferson out of Northern California.

  2. Quite funny really. It certainly gave a few people a reality check. Maybe some of them will even begin to understand the need for a strong military.

    • You’re on the wrong blog. This blog is anti-ZOG.
      What the US needs is a pro-white military, not some mindless golem stomping all over the world for the Jews.

      • Both of you are right, in my humble view.

        On one hand, it is a disgrace that the US and its western allies, (I mean the real ones – not the Europeans) send its young men to fight and die in the wars where its own, (and our), vital interests are not directly at stake. Sinful – and I say that as someone who when young and naive served for years in the Army reserve, from infantry grunt through to commissioned rank.

        Pat Buchanan has a good article on just this point right now and the dangers of the US having so many entangling treaties with countries that will oblige it to go to war- over at unz.com.

        BUT. I also think that history teaches us that whenever the US has retreated from leadership in world affairs, (and that leadership rests on its military), back into its traditional preference for isolationism, (and I do get the attraction of that), the world becomes a much uglier and more dangerous place.

        What happens when the US withdraws back into itself, seems to be that regional powers all over the world see the power vacuum and try to move into it to establish hegemony over their neighbours. Examples of this at the moment seem to be Iran attempting to dominate its region and China in the South China sea.That’s not good for the free world when bully states gain increased power (and wealth) in key regions.

        It is a real problem to weigh in the balance. I think The Donald has the right approach. He’s not an isolationist as he has never said that America should not fight a war under ANY circumstances. Nor is a he a neocon who lusts for war. Instead he’s in the middle: willing to fight but only for the US’s direct interests.

      • “Iran attempting to dominate its region”…
        YES…Iran not agreeing to their destruction with the GREATER IZRAHELL PLAN is trying to “dominate its region”….Sounds like jew propaganda…Doesn’t it?

  3. “They loved their guy, Obama, who let the nuclear missile threat fester and did nothing”…
    The REAL “Samson Option” is the ZIO CONTROLLED US shabbos goy military….

  4. How the hell was that a matter of pushing the wrong button? Some dim witted clown thought it was funny and logged into a program he shouldn’t have been in! I guess if Fatty Whitewalls lops one toward Hawaii they don’t need a warning. They can get lit up sending peaceful vibes his way and forgetting the other God in their pantheon, Bill Clinton, permitted NK to acquire nuke capability.

  5. Are they stupid enough to pull out a real-time test without any warning to see how the dominoes really fall? Its easy to just wave it off and say someone screwed up somewhere after the fact, once the data you want is now rolling in. Not convinced this false alarm was completely false.

    • Right. There are so many firewalls against this happening, it’s ridiculous. The American people, once again, showing how gullible they are.

    • Agreed. I wonder if it was a kind of test/gauge to see how the sheeple are buying the North Korean propaganda bullshit. Ironically………….from what I have seen, it doesn’t look like too many people were concerned. Whether that is because they just don’t buy the hype; or perhaps they are just as pathetic as our resident Walmart Shoppers. But I suspect there are Walmarts in Hawaii by now. Probably more concerned about who was winning the game.

      • There definitely are Walmarts in Hawaii. But really, what ARE they supposed to do when the missiles come in? Unless your house already has an underground fallout shelter, you’re fucked.

      • Jim……what’s your point as it concerns my comment?

        Second — do you really believe they have nukes? As far as we know, NK could be a back lot at Universal.

        Regardless….I’m not sure why you seemingly commented negatively toward my comment.

        I was using Walmart as an analogy of a “state of mind”.

      • Roy,

        Aren’t we sensitive? My point:

        1. Confirm that there are indeed Walmarts in Hawaii, as you suggested.

        2. Ask what response YOU think people there should have taken when the news came in. You say it was “pathetic” that not many of them were “concerned.” So what should they do? Run around in a circle screaming? Commit mass suicide? Honest question, don’t tase me, bro.

      • Jim —

        Sensitive? Not sure what you mean. But I am very interested in ‘conversation’. So, if someone makes a comment that suggests I have made an error; or that I don’t know what I’m talking about etc., etc……I’m very interested in knowing ‘why’. Most people just tuck tail and run, so I have much respect for you sticking around. Off topic………what are comment sections for? (rhetorical)

        For me….comment sections should be a tool for all of us to communicate. I really hate it when people leave comments with open ended questions; or criticisms and then never come back when challenged.

        Anyway………………………………I was just very confused by your original reply to my comment. In fairness………..I realize my comment could have been rather ‘vague’. Also…..at that particular time, I only saw a few interviews of citizens of Hawaii. The 3 that I saw, the people were very, almost nonchalant. The “word picture” that first came to mind was something akin to ‘black Fridays’. The store opens and all these monkeys go crazy running for the sales. I got the impression that the Hawaiians were too busy watching football to notice they were about to get bombed.

        Which now I see is untrue. I watched a few clips of people actually running for shelter…..calling loved ones etc., etc. That is the reaction I had expected. I did not see that when I made my comment.

        I’d suspect that if something like that were to happen on the mainland during a College bowl game or an NFL game, most people would just chug their beer.

        But that is a generalization of what I see in my day to day life. People are simply zombies. Go to a Costco and just watch people. Fascinating…..and scary.

        Perhaps I was making a comment about Humanity in general. When I asked about ‘walmarts’……it was an allegory.

        Peace to you Jim.

      • I should also add…………………….I still believe this test was not an accident.

        I think it was a gauge of sorts to determine if the Sheeple are really buying the NK ‘hype. Seems they are.

  6. OH, I firmly believe it was NO accident, nor false alarm. Think for a minute… those systems detect and answer basically automatically; there may be an override – I dont know – but the initial warning would only be generated by a positive. I firmly believe there WAS a missile…from an israeli sub. The system worked and the missile was neutralised. The spin started later…
    just another israeLIE false flag to start a war. Weve seen this before…many times. Weve even seen similar in Hawaii – remember that the military knew the japs were coming and alerted command; the war criminal fdr advised them to ignore it, knowing it was true, because his handlers wanted the US in the war at any cost. That whole deal was a set up, just like this was planned to be, but the speed of computers and designed in automatic features kept it from happening. This time…

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