As the Global Warming gang has done in recent years,over the centuries,the Jehovah’s Witnesses (JW) have destroyed the lives of perhaps millions of people with their bogus “predictions” of the end of the world. Both have fooled people into radical changes in their lives to avoid the phony Armageddon they have been preaching. It has been painful to watch and listen to these poor deluded people, regardless of which hoax was destroying them.
Nevertheless,as destructive as the JW’s phony predictions have been to individuals,at least the rest of us have not been forced by some government authority to stand next to them on the mountaintops waiting. When the JWs come to our door,we have the choice of either politely listening or closing the door. Asking them a few embarrassing questions works well to ward them off.
If only we could rid ourselves of the government nitwits who are under the spell of Global Warming and who demand we believe the same bilge,or at least act as if we do.
Time has proved the JW’s Doomsday dates wrong dozens and dozens of time. Having had their nose bloodied so many times by the truth,they have learned their lesson. After all,how can you run a scam when the proof you’ve been wrong is on the masthead of a newspaper?
Science has proven Global Warming to be a hoax so thoroughly that even its name has had to be changed to the nebulous “climate change,” which of course can be bent to fit any weather condition.
Like the JWs,the Global Warming crowd has a paper trail to run away from. Morons like Ted Danson told us we would all be dead by now,having drowned in the increasingly higher tides caused by melting polar ice caps.
Now,both huckster groups have shown us they have learned a lesson from their mistakes:Making Doomsday too close to today ends up embarrassing you and proving you don’t know what you’re talking about.
These days,the Jehovah’s Witnesses are pegging 2875 as the last year of earth,and the Global Warming gang is saying we can only survive until 2069. Either way,no one will remember their predictions,so how can they be wrong? What ever happened to separation of Church and State?