A popular doomsday prophet on American TV

Delusional, n.
A false belief strongly held in spite of invalidating evidence, especially as a symptom of mental illness.

Pat Robertson, a very popular U.S pastor with his own TV channel, recently spent a week praying to God. After a while he started to hear voices in his head, and wrote down the following revelations from God:

  • Who the next president will be
  • The world will see a time of maximum stress and peril
  • The country will start disintegrating
  • The need for over-whelming prayer

Mr. Robertson then asked God to be more specific and wrote down his conversation:

Pat: Is it an EMP blast?
God: No.
Pat: Is it a cosmic or solar radiation blast?
God: No.
Pat: Is at a Mayan galaxy threat?
God: No.
Pat: Is it an Iranian or North-Korean nuclear threat?
God: No.
Pat: Is it an earth-quake or volcano?
God: No.
Pat: Is it a massive power failure?
God: No.
Pat: What is it?
God: It’s an economic collapse.

“And God said, and I quote: This is not my judgment, they are bringing it upon themselves.”

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3 Responses to A popular doomsday prophet on American TV

  1. Pete UK says:

    Did god tell P(r)at Robinson to urge his followers to vote Republican in order to avert this crisis?

  2. If a dead man god spoke to dead man pat robertson then I need to be committed,take me away now.

  3. Robster says:

    Is Pat dead already? Looks like it.

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