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Pushing the “wrong button” was the explanation provided in an official timeline for that false warning that scared the devil out of people in Hawaii on Saturday morning alerting them to an incoming ballistic missile that never was. “The wrong button was pushed,” declared Vern Miyagi, head of the state’s emergency management agency.
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Huge coincidence or more predictive programing? Scaring the masses into begging the government to keep them safe from exterior threats is the Hegelian Dialectic of PROBLEM, REACTION, SOLUTION. It works every time and MSM is more than happy to help them push that agenda. It's always about a transfer of power which equates to a loss of individual liberties and the "savior" government accumulating more money and power as they "PRETEND" to step in and save the day, offering a "solution" to the PROBLEM THEY created.
originally posted by: Zaphod58
a reply to: 3daysgone
You're talking about the same organization that did an interview on television later, and had the system password on a post it note, stuck on the monitor behind the person being interviewed, where it was plainly visible. Competence has never been a strong suit of the Hawaii government.
Less than 24 hours before the false alarm we given an exclusive tour of the room it was triggered from because of the push of a wrong button inside this bunker.