The nutter that predicted the world would end on May 21st apparently didn’t get the memo that the world didn’t end. Harold Camping still believes the world is ending. It’s no longer a prediction, it’s an illness.
Let’s face it, if you’re going to predict or guarantee something as ridiculous as the world ending you better be right or never ever talk again.
Better yet, seek some counselling.
When May 21st came and went, Camping and his followers were out of sight and off the airways. I initially suspected that the members of his cult had their world ended by Camping, but then he resurfaced.
Instead of an apology or an excuse that he had been mixing alcohol and prescription medication, Camping continues to insist that the world is indeed ending.
As Oakland North reports, in his broadcast, Camping said that when nothing happened on the predicted day, “It was a very difficult time for me.” Hiding out in a motel with his wife for the night, he said he waited for the Rapture to begin. “I was truly wondering what is going on…What in the world happened?”
It’s called psychosis and it’s a very serious mental condition with disastrous effects if not treated by licensed medical professionals.