You Fools! Preacher Predicts "Looting," "A Thousand Fires" in New York, And STILL You Do NOTHING!

It has been 17 days since David Wilkerson (pictured) -- author of The Cross and the Switchblade, pastor of the Times Square Church, and prophet of God Almighty -- warned us that "AN EARTH-SHATTERING CALAMITY IS ABOUT TO HAPPEN... For ten years I have been warning about a thousand fires coming to New York City. It will engulf the whole megaplex, including areas of New Jersey and Connecticut... There will be looting -- including Times Square, New York City..."

The good reverend also warned us to "lay in store a thirty-day supply of non-perishable food, toiletries and other essentials," because "in major cities, grocery stores are emptied in an hour at the sign of an impending disaster," and no believing Christian can last in the woods without toilet paper.

Wiser heads than ours have attended the preacher's warning. The Wall Street Journal took it seriously. So have various online conservatives, including World Net Daily -- their article was taken down, no doubt by emissaries of Satan, but the Google cache reveals that WND says we should trust Wilkerson because the night before 9/11 his parishioners "stayed up all night making hundreds and hundreds of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches" (though the hellspawn of Snopes.com got the church to deny it).

And still the city has not taken precautions. Mayor Bloomberg has not commanded his flock to amass 30 days of food and toiletries, and citizens have not hunkered down with rifles waiting for the Lord to guide them. You fools! You will all die in the coming conflagration, eventually! (The pastor says "I do not know when these things will come to pass, but I know it is not far off.") Then we'll see who has the last, holy laugh!

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