Brace yourself: According to Harold Camping, the self-proclaimed spokesman for The Rapture, the apocalypse is rescheduled for October 21.
What Is Harold Camping’s Message To His Devastated Followers?
By IB Times Staff Reporter
Harold Camping’s prediction of May 21 Doomsday has failed. But, what about his followers who had blindly followed the prediction and vigorously spread the message?
Now, that Camping’s prediction is proven to be a complete failure, attention has been shifted to his devastated followers.
On the part of Camping, he abdicated all responsibility for ruining the lives of many hundreds of his followers who disposed of their properties thinking that the world was going to end on May 21.
Some of Camping’s followers, including Adrienne Martinez who is pregnant with her second child, has spent their entire life savings and quit their jobs.
The much-publicized case of Robert Fitzpatrick best explained the human tragedy of a whimsical prediction. Fitzpatrick, a retired transport worker, had spent as much as $140,000 to advertise the doom. And there are many like him.
This was Camping’s answer to them: “They should have relied on God and not me,” Family Radio is not in the business of financial advice. They should turn to God and pray.”…
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