What if the World Doesn’t End on May 21st, 2011?
Harold Camping, a complete and total asshole who is known for his false prophecies based on the falsest of books ever published, the Bible that is, predicts that the world will come to a calamitous end on May 21st, 2011.
Despite my having zero respect for the Bible or any so called “holy book” for that matter, I will state that I’ve read the Bible many a time and that I’ve found no evidence whatsoever which backs up the claim that all will come to a crashing halt on May 21st, 2011.
Harold Camping once predicted the end of the world to have occurred in 1994. He and his followers gathered outside, arms raised to the sky, awaiting the return of the “Prince of Peace”- Jesus, who, if not worshipped diligently enough, will cast you into a burning lake of fire for all of eternity. If Camping was wrong before, chances are he’ll be proven wrong again… and again… and again.
Camping’s group disses “2012 apocalypse” theorists claiming that theirs is a misguided trust in an end of the world prophecy that was meant simply to draw everyone’s attention away from the actual date of mankind’s ultimate ending, May 21st, 2011. At least those who study 2012 doomsday predictions have a little science behind them to back up their claims. For instance, NASA states that toward the end of the year 2012, a massive solar flare could disrupt the entire electronic grid globally. This means civilization could go completely dark and thus lead to a string of events that will rip to shreds any semblance of social stability.
What if Camping is wrong concerning his dire prediction for May 21st, 2011? At the time of this article’s creation, we only have about a week or so left until this supposed judgement day. The truth of the matter is that nothing serious will occur on May 21st, 2011. I’m willing to bet everything I have in fact that on May 22, 2011, folks will wake up to a world that they had left behind just the evening prior.
I’ll probably “beat my meat” on May 22, 2011 to commemorate my astuteness concerning this particular subject matter. After an eventful day of Bible burning and Satanic worship, I’ll laugh heartily, reveling in the knowledge that Bible believers everywhere were let down… again.