“At 12:26p today, an alert was issued by the National Emergency Alert System and received on the mobile handsets of thousands of residents in New Jersey. Those affected, mostly in Monmouth and Ocean Counties, New Jersey, received the message via their mobile handsets and were instructed to “seek shelter immediately” due to the “extreme threat to life”. This alert was received by consumers across all major cellular carriers in the Monmouth County area. While no actual emergency appears to have occurred requiring residents to seek immediate shelter, residents of Monmouth and Ocean counties were left panic-stricken and in a state of shock and confusion. It has been reported that the majority of those receiving the alert are either Android or iPhone consumers.”

Hacker, false flag fear alert, or those pesky Romulans? Anyway, another good reason to use a throwaway cell phone.



  1. Rick says:

    We had sirens go off here around 2:30pm yesterday. Everybody looked outside….no tornadoes, no earthquake, and went back to their business. Makes you wonder if people really are afraid of Iran or North Korea, no attack yet.

    I saw a print retraction the next day, claiming programming error.