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Beware…the end of the world is nigh!!

Well at least according to Ronald Weinland it is. Of course I think he is delusional but hey, that’s just me.

Hold on to your chairs people because the official date according to Mr Weinland is the 27th of May 2012.

 As readers of this site know, May 27, 2012, is the time that I have stated as being the date Jesus Christ will return as King of kings over all government on this earth. For such an event to come to pass, the Trumpets of Revelation must all sound, the United States and dollar collapse, the ten nations of Europe arise to fulfill the final revival of the Holy Roman Empire, and Russia with China must unite against Europe in WWIII.

So when you get right down to it, not only is Jesus set to arrive on this date but there are a few other things in his prophecy:

  • The US will collapse
  • There will be a nuclear war (WW3)
  • Everyone who does not believe him will die of cancer

What a self-centred ICEHOLE!! (yeah yeah I’m not allowed to swear at this age) He would have everyone who does not believe him die a miserable, horrible, painful and debilitating death. Despicable.

When searching the web for Weinland many interesting sites were found, in particular this one which gives some insight into the kind of person he really is:

On November 10, 2011, Ronald Weinland was indicted on 5 counts of criminal tax evasion for an amount of $357,065 in evaded taxes.  The charges in the indictment included “using COG {church} contributions for personal use and not reporting the funds as income on his tax return”.   On November 22, he was arraigned and entered a plea of “Not Guilty”.  A jury trial in federal court is scheduled for June 4, 2012 (continued from March 20 which was continued from Jan 31).

Man is he going to be bummed out if his Jesus does not pitch and he actually has to appear in court on the 4th of June 2012. Sweet justice I say.

So start off by selling all your fixed and liquid assets, kiss your family good bye and high five your friends one last time…


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  1. May 21, 2012 at 9:57 am —

    I thank him on being so courteous about this precise notice BUT…

    “If you have noticed this notice you will have noticed that this notice is not worth noticing”.

    As you so nicely put – WHAT an Icehole.

  2. May 26, 2012 at 11:36 am —

    It is less than one day to the 27th, and I still don’t see any of the signs he predicted. Maybe I need to watch the news about the areas of the world that are in conflict? Oh, wait… I happen to be in the MIDDLE of one of them, and I see no signs of nuclear war! Maybe I have been blinded by the bright flashes of the nuclear detonations, and that’s why I don’t see the destruction.

    Can we bet on some “spiritual interpretation” of the facts? Sure, he got the date right, and Jesus DID come… but the coming of Jesus was a spiritual event that only the truly faithful got to experience within themselves. He never said it would be a physical event, did he?

    The world collapse he predicted happened… but it was a MORAL collapse of the values of society, not a real economic one. Don’t you see how moral values are collapsing all around you? The end of the world is happening around you! (add dramatic sound effect here: )

    The war he predicted is happening… it is the war of the faithful against the evil unbelievers, that he hopes to win with the help of the Lord… and maybe some more money. Donations are accepted.

    … and so on, and so on.

    These doomsday prophets always have an excuse. They reinterpret their predictions, or claim they were right from a certain point of view… or even better, they claim their faith and prayer has prevented the terrible outcome! Aren’t we lucky they prayed so hard the end of the world didn’t come, after all? They SAVED us!

    Maybe he will ask for some token of gratitude for his prayers, that have saved us all from such a terrible fate. Some more money, perhaps?

    I’ll LOVE to see this guy in court, one week after the end of the world he predicted, trying to explain himself.

    Sadly, these iceholes (nice word!) always seem to get away relatively unscathed, and significantly richer.

  3. June 1, 2012 at 4:32 pm —

    Agreed. That date has come and gone and I am still alive and well. I will be watching the news closely…hopefully there will be something about the trial!

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