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Heads Up! EMP Risks Killing 9 out of 10 Americans if Power Grid Fails (Video)

Tuesday, April 18, 2017 17:59
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AS TENSIONS MOUNT IN NORTH KOREA, HAWAII LAWMAKERS WANT TO REOPEN FALLOUT SHELTERS

If North Korea ever develops a functional, long-range ballistic missile, it’s not exactly clear if the weapon will have enough range to reach to the contiguous United States. However, it wouldn’t be far-fetched at all if North Korea develops a nuclear tipped missile that can at least reach Hawaii. So as tensions mount between the US and North Korea, and as the Kim Jong-un regime promises to continue missile tests into the foreseeable future, Hawaii is getting ready.

Last Thursday lawmakers with the Hawaii House Public Safety Committee introduced a resolution that would revamp the state’s nuclear preparedness capabilities. Specifically, the committee is looking to restock and repair hundreds of Cold War fallout shelters that have been neglected for years. In addition to restocking the shelters with food and medical supplies, the resolution calls for state government to “conduct public awareness campaigns to ready the public for a nuclear disaster.”

Because of budget cuts, the shelters haven’t been touched since the 1980’s. According to Vice Chairman of the Committee, Matt LePresti, “They haven’t been updated since 1985. I was 11 years old when they were last updated. Many of the buildings that are on the fallout shelter list don’t exist anymore.” The lawmakers also fear that because Hawaii is so reliant on outside food sources, the state could be cut off during a nuclear attack. So the resolution also calls for the state to look for additional locations where food could be delivered, in case Honolulu Harbor is destroyed.

As it stands now, North Korea already has missiles such as the Taepodong-2, which can reach Hawaii but not the contiguous US. However, the despotic nation has yet to prove that it can attach a nuclear payload to the missile.

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  • b4

    total nonsense–somebody has been putting out a shitload of fake news on N Korea–what a bunch of useless crap

    • my2pesos

      Nightline.

      Interestingly enough Ted Koppel has written a book on this recently. I heard him say the Internet is a weapon of mass destruction. He was well versed on the subject and spoke eloquently about the very real dangers posed by our reliance upon this Internet.
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  • VirusGuard

    Well if americans cannot live like we lived back in the 1980′s without computers then i guess it’s Darwin in action but you would need lots more than just one EMP device to take a load of computers out and many of them are now protected.

    Just think shopping again with people on the tills, not chackout machine, shopping without being watched and then you can jump in your car and speed home because all the speed entrapment camers would be turned off.

    Why a EMP could bring vilagers back to working like a team and end the control of the corporaions and bankers

    Bring it on because the deaths would be well worth the rewards i say

    • BatMan17

      In the long run yes but in the short term millions would die and it would NOT benefit the country I assure you. Not without the killing of a LARGE portion of the population and as indicated it is not as though they drop the EMP and the US loses al power and the world keeps spinning with a realization that all data and access to communications and electronics has been ruined and we are thrown back to the stone ages… Like You said it would be beneficial to the country and planet in the long term but the country would rip itself apart internally and fall into a state of emergency for years and years meaning the regular folk that are trying to get by would simply end up fighting to survive daily again leading to NON trust of ANYONE especially law enforcement then again leading to CIVIL WARS internally which I presume the other nations around the world that the USA has constantly involved itself into for years of proxy wars and invasions in the name of peace and security namely to go in and steal “drugs, art, ancient relics and archeological digs information, and weapons and implanting killers trained by the CIA and sold to us all as terrorists… We live in a huge shit show and it will not get better before it gets worse. Ever since the times of and before ROME there is always men that want EVERYTHING and they lead the world down selfish paths that end up destroying those empires out of greed corruption and blood.

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