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Saturday, May 21, 2011

The Rapture


Those of you who woke up this morning thankful that the predictions by some old guy in the USA of the end of the world today (known by some as the "Rapture", or is it "Rupture"?) have proven to be false, may need to hold back on popping those champagne corks.

I have bad news for you.

Actually the end of the world did happen, it's just that god has a super injunction and the media is not allowed to mention it.

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  1. Lord of Atlantis10:56 AM

    If I am correct, this same guy also predicted that the world would end in 1994. Call me cynical, but having got it wrong then he lost all credibility in my opinion. I do actually believe the biblical account concerning the end of the world, but it clearly states that God alone knows when this will occur, not even the angels are privy to that particular information.

  2. Anonymous2:04 PM

    What amazes me is how the green lobby get away with the exajerated clims of inpending doom that never happen ?
    Powerfull freinds I think

  3. You mean God is Ryan Giggs?
    I can't Imogen why you think it is possible to censor us?
    Schillings tried it two years ago with the Craig Murray story.
    All that happened was a version of the Streisand effect - the Spartacus campaign.

  4. The very idea that that people will simply instantly disappear in the "rapture" is so ridic

  5. Mjolinir11:53 PM

    I feel sorry for Harold Camping - he prophesied that (without doubt) all of the 'saved' would be taken up to heaven, and he has somehow got left behind.

  6. I thought something was amiss when I noticed that a great many people whose company I don't particularly enjoy seemed "conspicuous by their absence."

    Oh well, maybe hell won't be so bad after all . . .

  7. Anonymous9:09 AM

    I've been saved! Halleluya.

    (well I'm still here)