Fearful Californians Prepare For A Nuclear Attack: “A Lot Of People Will Be Killed”

Saturday, September 16, 2017
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden
Sep 15, 2017

With each passing day and each new ICBM launch from a seemingly unhinged North Korean dictator, the fears of an attack on the U.S. mainland, though faint, increasingly weigh on the hearts and minds of Americans, particularly those in California. As The Guardian points out today, those fears have even prompted a group of California public health officials and emergency responders to gather for a strategy session with Hal Kempfer, a retired marine lieutenant colonel, to discuss which areas are the most likely targets and how citizens should respond to an attack.

Hal Kempfer, a noted international security expert, is getting a roomful of California public health officials and emergency responders to think about the unthinkable – a nuclear bomb exploding at the port of Long Beach, about four miles away.

“A lot of people will be killed,” he said, “but a large percentage of the population will survive. They will be at risk and they will need help.”

“If you want to mess up southern California, if you want to mess up the west coast, if you want to mess up our country – where do you attack?” Kempfer asks. “If I’m sitting in North Korea and looking at possible targets, I’m going to be looking at Long Beach very closely.”

He talks about the port and downtown Long Beach being “toast” – no exaggeration, since the blast wave is likely to vaporize everything in its immediate path. But the city health department, the Long Beach airport and fire department might not be; they are all somewhat protected by a hilly area that is likely to halt the initial blast wave. And so the city can, tentatively, think about setting up a center of emergency operations.

Of course, the radioactive fallout created as the explosion gathers up tremendous quantities of dust and ocean water and spits them into the atmosphere would represent a secondary grave risk, especially in the first hours after an attack.

Not to mention the electromagnetic pulse that is likely to knock out electronic systems including phones and computers, the pile-ups expected on the freeways as drivers are blinded by the flash of the explosion, the rush for food, water and gasoline as millions of Angelenos attempt to drive out of the region, and the terror triggered by even the idea of a second, follow-up attack.

Meanwhile, lest you think this was all just a creative way for some public employees to skip work for a day, Ventura County, located just northwest of Los Angeles, has even taken the unusual step of prepping a 250-page plan on how to respond to the humanitarian crisis that would result from a nuclear attack in Los Angeles.

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One Response to “Fearful Californians Prepare For A Nuclear Attack: “A Lot Of People Will Be Killed””

  1. Caroline

    FEAR MONGERING B.S. that is all this one is. China owns the deep water port of Long Beach and there is no phucking way they will allow N.K. to attack that facility…no way. William Jerkoff Clinton closed that naval facility in 1997 and ceded it to the Chinese. How much that treasonous cock sucker and his whore made off that deal will never be known, but, it is now a Chinese facility and every shipping container marked COSCO which is the China Ocean Shipping Company passes thru that port.

    SOooo for all you fine folks (and wet-backs) living in LaLa land, do not be concerned, just start learning Mandarin and you will make out just fine. As soon as governor Moon-Beam can make the move, you will all be under the Chinese flag.


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