Dr. Michael Salla, Exopolitics.org 1-17-18… “Was a Nuclear Missile Attack on Hawaii Thwarted by a Secret Space Program?” (and was the missile from a “renegade China military” sub?)

This article by Dr. Salla includes an important update which is via a Greg Hunter interview with Dr. Dave Janda, an orthopedic surgeon based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, who also has strong contacts in Washington, D.C. (go to, interestingly, 22:22). I’m highlighting that update information below. Dr. Salla has added that it is very likely that the a part of the US SSP could have taken out the missile. Dr. Janda, in his comments, did not specify what “the United States antimissile program” actually referred to.

As always with Dr. Salla’s articles, I’m posting 1/3 of the article, highlighting from the full article, and linking to the original at the end.

“On Saturday morning January 13, residents of the Hawaiian Islands received an emergency alert that warned of an incoming ballistic missile and instructed everyone to take cover. Residents near Honolulu, the expected ground zero of any nuclear attack, fled for their lives to more remote areas of Oahu expecting the worst… Someone had pressed the wrong button according to local State authorities. Residents were supposed to be reassured that the responsible individual would be reassigned. An inquiry has been launched by the Hawaii Governor David Ige.

“The chances that the ballistic missile alert was a simple mistake by one person even further strains credulity. One writer points out how the system is designed to prevent this precise mistake: There is no “button” that could be accidentally hit. There are five fail safe procedures in the Hawaiian Emergency Alert Management System, the last being a two key system such as are present in US missile silos and on US nuclear missile submarines.  Two keys, eight feet apart, requiring two different individuals to simultaneously and positively trigger the alert.

“[Update 1/17/18] An additional alternative news media source corroborating key aspects of the thwarted missile attack against Hawaii is veteran journalist and orthopedic surgeon, Dr Dave Janda. He commented in a radio interview about what a “Deep Level source”, who has never been wrong over the years he has known him, had told him about the Hawaii missile incident:

[Dr. Janda] “‘What this source told me was that , and again I’ve never found this source to be wrong, was that there was actually a missile fired. The missile was brought down by the United States … antimissile program…. It was a submarine based missile and … it was from a Chinese sub…. This was a renegade faction within the Chinese military that was in charge of this sub that fired this missile, and in fact the Chinese Navy, supportive Xi Jinping [Current President of China] was the ship that then took out that submarine.’

“While extraterrestrial intervention is possible, it is more likely that the highly advanced state of a USAF-run Secret Space Program was all that was needed to intervene to thwart the intended false flag attack. In either case, the photos may explain how the incoming ballistic missile was shot down.

“It’s very possible that the Deep State responded to these recent developments by launching a nuclear weapons attack against Hawaii, which hosts the largest concentration of U.S. military assets anywhere in the world. If so, it is fortunate that the attack was thwarted and the culprits taken out, most likely by antigravity spacecraft belonging to a Secret Space Program.”

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Was a Nuclear Missile Attack on Hawaii Thwarted by a Secret Space Program?

On Saturday morning January 13, residents of the Hawaiian Islands received an emergency alert that warned of an incoming ballistic missile and instructed everyone to take cover. Residents near Honolulu, the expected ground zero of any nuclear attack, fled for their lives to more remote areas of Oahu expecting the worst.

This is what appeared on peoples’ cell phones at 8:07 am local Hawaii time: [image link]

Then after 38 minutes of sheer terror for many all over the Hawaiian islands, residents were notified by the emergency alert system that it was all a false alarm. [image link]

Someone had pressed the wrong button according to local State authorities.   Residents were supposed to be reassured that the responsible individual would be reassigned. An inquiry has been launched by the Hawaii Governor David Ige.

Mainstream media coverage has exclusively focused on Hawaii State authorities explaining that the problem was one person pressing the wrong button. According to an official timeline of events, U.S. Pacific Command notified Hawaii State authorities that there was no missile launch at 8:10 am.

Local authorities subsequently attempted to inform the public via a number of means that the ballistic missile alert was a false alarm. But it was only at 8:45 am, 38 minutes after the initial alert, that a second emergency alert was sent over the Public Alert and Warning System announcing the mistake.

Was the long delay between warning and the warning retraction received by Hawaii residents simply the unprecedented foul up of an emergency alert sent by State authorities, or was something else happening?

My wife and I have lived on the Big Island of Hawaii since 2004, and during our time here there have been a steady number of emergency alerts issued for hurricanes, tsunamis, flash flooding, and lava flows. Sirens regularly wail at the start of the month to test the emergency alert system for these kinds of events, and more recently for a possible nuclear missile attack from North Korea.

The regular occurrence of destructive events and their consequences in the region have led to an emergency alert system that is second to none when it comes to providing timely and accurate information to Hawaii residents in potentially life threatening circumstances.

We regularly receive emergency alert updates after the initial event described in an emergency alert. So the explanation that it took 38 minutes to issue an update to the initial false alarm is very hard to believe.

The chances that the ballistic missile alert was a simple mistake by one person even further strains credulity. One writer points out how the system is designed to prevent this precise mistake:

There is no “button” that could be accidentally hit. There are five fail safe procedures in the Hawaiian Emergency Alert Management System, the last being a two key system such as are present in US missile silos and on US nuclear missile submarines.  Two keys, eight feet apart, requiring two different individuals to simultaneously and positively trigger the alert.

This is why alternative media reports of an intercepted nuclear missile attack needs to be considered, since it raises another scenario that better fits the sequence of events on that Saturday morning.

The first alternative news report appeared on the Operation Disclosure blogsite on January 13. It was headed RV/Intelligence Report and said:

Missile launches were detected in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Hawaii.
The launches originated from the same anomaly detected yesterday, Jan. 12.
The missiles were immediately intercepted and destroyed.
The anomaly was revealed to be a nuclear stealth submarine.
The nuclear stealth submarine was located and destroyed shortly after the attempted attack.

On January 16, another author came out saying that the Hawaii event was an intercepted nuclear missile attack. After explaining how the emergency alert system is designed to prevent the kind of human error claimed by state authorities, s/he wrote:

There was a missile. Probably fired from a submarine under the control of individuals loyal to the Deep State, possibly Israeli or German. The missile was not fired from North Korea or by North Korean forces. The missile was intercepted. Then the coverup began.

Someone had pressed the wrong button according to local State authorities.   Residents were supposed to be reassured that the responsible individual would be reassigned. An inquiry has been launched by the Hawaii Governor David Ige.

Mainstream media coverage has exclusively focused on Hawaii State authorities explaining that the problem was one person pressing the wrong button. According to an official timeline of events, U.S. Pacific Command notified Hawaii State authorities that there was no missile launch at 8:10 am.

Local authorities subsequently attempted to inform the public via a number of means that the ballistic missile alert was a false alarm. But it was only at 8:45 am, 38 minutes after the initial alert, that a second emergency alert was sent over the Public Alert and Warning System announcing the mistake.

Was the long delay between warning and the warning retraction received by Hawaii residents simply the unprecedented foul up of an emergency alert sent by State authorities, or was something else happening?

My wife and I have lived on the Big Island of Hawaii since 2004, and during our time here there have been a steady number of emergency alerts issued for hurricanes, tsunamis, flash flooding, and lava flows. Sirens regularly wail at the start of the month to test the emergency alert system for these kinds of events, and more recently for a possible nuclear missile attack from North Korea.

The regular occurrence of destructive events and their consequences in the region have led to an emergency alert system that is second to none when it comes to providing timely and accurate information to Hawaii residents in potentially life threatening circumstances.

We regularly receive emergency alert updates after the initial event described in an emergency alert. So the explanation that it took 38 minutes to issue an update to the initial false alarm is very hard to believe.

The chances that the ballistic missile alert was a simple mistake by one person even further strains credulity. One writer points out how the system is designed to prevent this precise mistake:

There is no “button” that could be accidentally hit. There are five fail safe procedures in the Hawaiian Emergency Alert Management System, the last being a two key system such as are present in US missile silos and on US nuclear missile submarines.  Two keys, eight feet apart, requiring two different individuals to simultaneously and positively trigger the alert.

This is why alternative media reports of an intercepted nuclear missile attack needs to be considered, since it raises another scenario that better fits the sequence of events on that Saturday morning.

The first alternative news report appeared on the Operation Disclosure blogsite on January 13. It was headed RV/Intelligence Report and said:

Missile launches were detected in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Hawaii.
The launches originated from the same anomaly detected yesterday, Jan. 12.
The missiles were immediately intercepted and destroyed.
The anomaly was revealed to be a nuclear stealth submarine.
The nuclear stealth submarine was located and destroyed shortly after the attempted attack.

On January 16, another author came out saying that the Hawaii event was an intercepted nuclear missile attack. After explaining how the emergency alert system is designed to prevent the kind of human error claimed by state authorities, s/he wrote:

There was a missile. Probably fired from a submarine under the control of individuals loyal to the Deep State, possibly Israeli or German. The missile was not fired from North Korea or by North Korean forces. The missile was intercepted. Then the coverup began.

[Update 1/17/18] An additional alternative news media source corroborating key aspects of the thwarted missile attack against Hawaii is veteran journalist and orthopedic surgeon, Dr Dave Janda. He commented in a radio interview about what a “Deep Level source”, who has never been wrong over the years he has known him, had told him about the Hawaii missile incident:

What this source told me was that , and again I’ve never found this source to be wrong, was that there was actually a missile fired. The missile was brought down by the United States … antimissile program…. It was a submarine based missile and … it was from a Chinese sub…. This was a renegade faction within the Chinese military that was in charge of this sub that fired this missile, and in fact the Chinese Navy, supportive Xi Jinping [Current President of China] was the ship that then took out that submarine.

If the above scenario actually happened then it makes sense that an alert was generated after the initial missile launch. Then, once the missile had been intercepted, local and federal authorities were informed immediately, only three minutes later.

The additional 35 minutes was probably due to the “short time” it took to find and take out the missile launch system, likely a submarine, to prevent another missile launch. The all clear was then given to issue the additional emergency alert to Hawaii residents while covering up the nuclear attack and take down.

What adds credibility to this alternative scenario are photos of a number of UFO’s seen over Hawaii 31 minutes after the second emergency alert. The photos show UFOs that display an advanced technology that may be craft belonging to a USAF run Secret Space Program that has broken away from Deep State control.

Another explanation is that the craft were extraterrestrial in origin and following a decades-long policy of secretly intervening to forestall nuclear weapons incidents, as contended by the author, Solaris Modalis, who provided the photos’ genesis.

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