Hawaii is preparing for NUCLEAR WAR after North Korean missile tests shock state officials
NORTH Korea’s threats to destroy Hawaii have left the state scrambling to produce a nuclear defence plan that ensures the survival of US citizens.
A Hawaiian state official described nuclear contingency plans as “formidable and critical to the survival of our 1.4 million residents and visitors in the unlikely event of a nuclear detonation”.
The plans include “reviewing existing procedures for mass casualty and fatality management”, in addition to “conducting in-service training for key staff regarding weapons effects”.
North Korea’s oppressed citizens were seen “celebrating” in recently released propaganda photos after the latest successful missile test.
In a letter to the President they wrote: “Few decisions are more needing of debate than a move to launch attacks, or declare war, on a nuclear-armed state such as North Korea.
“In such a volatile region, an inconsistent or unpredictable policy runs the risk of unimaginable conflict.”
A transcript of Mr Trump’s phone call with his Filipino counterpart revealed the US have prepared for military action.
Hawaii is thought to now be within range of the Kim Jong-un’s missiles
If North Korea fired the nuclear warhead they tested in 2013 – which would be less powerful than that currently being tested – and it struck Honolulu, it would kill around 38,120 people, according to a nuclear fallout calculator.
The secretive state have been relentless in their desire to produce a nuclear weapon
He said the defences, while potentially serviceable now, could easily be overwhelmed one day – especially if Kim Jong-un continues to expand his arsenal.
New radar systems will have to be implemented in Hawaii, as well as greater missile interceptors, according to the top military man – and the risk of not doing so is grave.