posted on Apr, 22 2011 @ 10:35 PM
Everyone who believes in the 2012 nonsense will be sat eagerly waiting wetting their pants everytime the slightest bit of trouble appears on the news,
I for one will be avoiding this place once it gets closer to the 'date' so I can avoid the salivating morons wishing it to happen (of course denying
this is the case), rubbing their hands with glee when a disaster happens by coincidence and innocent people perish.
I want people to search a 2 part mini series called The Second Coming by Russell T Davis (an Atheist who also wrote Queer as folk), its British (as am
I) and is about an ordinary guy who becomes the return of the Massire (hence second coming), the part I particularly want you to take note of is the
part played by tubby actor Mark Benton, watch his excitement as the world turns to chaos because he thinks the end of the world is coming, its what I
picture in my mind everytime I see some ... person ... here relishing in the 2012 myth.
I doubt one single 2012 believer will own up to being wrong of course, much like every other failed prediction fear mongerers and their disciples and
I fear one day someone with the same mindset will get into a very high position of power and 'help things along' a bit like religious types who try
and force things in accordance to the Bible so that the apocalypse would be that much closer.
I'd rather hope people would admit they was wrong on 2012 and maybe just maybe start to act a little more optimistic and positive about the world and
start to shake off superstitions, but of course someone will find the date was wrong because xyz reason and its actual xx/xx/2014 so we go back round
in circles and a fresh batch of doom and gloom worshippers will jump on board, another movie will cash in and a bunch of documentaries all pointing to
other myths and nonsense.
But what do I know, I just have a silly method of taking note of all the failed predictions and the reoccurring themes around these parts.
Behold The End Is Nigh! it's been nigh for a long time hasn't it, hence the old style wording of that very phrase.
Just on a similar note, when a predictor is right 0.0001% of the time to some vague capacity that equates to 100% of the time with some minor flaws in
a lot of peoples minds on this site and around the world in general.
People practically worship the likes of Nostradamus because of the vague cryptic coincidences, I doubt they know of the many thousands of failed
predictions that he made that bore no resemblance to anything at all no matter how much people tried to force cryptic rhymes to fit events.