Last week I wrote about the group of Bible Decoders who were predicting a 85% chance a nuke would be set off at the U.N. Plaza in NYC last Friday or Saturday and, as you already know if you’ve been paying attention to the news, this prediction absolutely failed to come true.
Given the fact that the group in question admitted they’d look like idiots if they were wrong you might think they’d put out a press release saying, “Our bad. We’re a bunch of kooks and we apologize for making a big fuss over nothing.” But, of course, that’s not what they did. Instead they’ve admitted they were wrong about the date (3 times now!) and have announced that it’s actually going to happen at the end of the month:
It is certainly true that: No nukes is good nukes! But just because we got the date wrong (3 times) does not mean that the scriptural threat has evaporated. It is still there in black and white. So we still have the almost impossible task of persuading a typical New Yorker with faith in God, that the Bible predicts the very day and place of the first terrorist nuke. There is obviously a massive credibility gap between: “Here endeth the lesson” and “Here endeth NYC”. But every journey, however long, begins with one small step. So here is our attempt to fill that gap.
This is the wonderful thing about True Believers™. Even after being wrong three times in a row they just keep on believing in their own predictive powers. They claim the Bible predicts the very day and place of the first terrorist nuke, but they can’t seem to tell you what that very day and place happens to be. Typical of their kind it won’t matter how many times they’re wrong they’ll keep believing in their nonsense because, really, they have nothing better to do with themselves.