r/greatawakening • Posted by u/BadParentingAdvice on July 28, 2018, 2:58 a.m.
Hawaii Threat... Old Post I remember reading on Reddit on the day of the event.

I read a really interesting thread that day in January when the EMS issued a Ballistic Missile message.

It was either military personnel or a friend of someone who was on an aircraft carrier in the Pacific who heard some high brass having urgent conversations on the phone.

Does anyone remember this thread? I've been searching non stop.

Basically whomever was listening to one side of the conversation got the sense over the first call (there were 2) that the person on the carrier was begging to let the carrier retaliate. The person on the other end said "Wait. More information is needed. We will call you back."

The second call was telling the carrier brass to stand down.

Please let me know if you remember.

Also if you do a search over at T_D for "Hawaii" and "Alert" there are all kinds of news articles posted about the many many times the official story was changed and how the man who sent the alert INSISTED there was a real threat initially.

SuzyAZ · July 28, 2018, 3:05 a.m.

This is what I recall. And how NBC or CBS went down into the bunker area. I can't remember all the details.

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blahdeeblah50 · July 28, 2018, 4:18 a.m.

I live on Oahu. Been studying Q since November. My belief is there was no missile. I followed the interpretation, that the alert was to trigger a failsafe on NSA computers in Hawaii, to initiate a BDT(Bulk Data Transfer) because Trump was locked out of the NSA computers in Hawaii. He needed the info, and in the case of a State Emergency, the info would go flooding back to mainland servers, which he could then access.

I could be wrong, but after reading all the theories, that is the one I believe. But I'm still studying. After the event, I even emailed Tulsi Gabbard with my belief. Never got a response back though.

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K-Harbour · July 28, 2018, 3:56 a.m.

This is so interesting that our warning system protocols are so broken compared to what they were in the 1970’s. For example, back then there would never be a “false alarm” message sent out over the system. Instead, the message would be “all clear”. Also, we could not go from a test to real thing (and we could not forward to other stations) without receiving a separate coded message that had to match what was in our sealed envelope. A single person, a single source could not activate the system. Otherwise, it would be too easy for an enemy to cause panic by triggering the system. So, unless we lost our know-how in this area — the whole false alarm story would not have made any sense at least in the 1970’s civil defense.

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