It was probably one of the most enlightening shows of my career if not one of the most
chilling. I was speaking with a Christian leader about his belief that judgment day was
about to happen within 5 days. Gunther Von Harringa, the President of Bible Ministries
International, WeCanKnow.com and E-bible fellowship granted me an exclusive
interview and revealed to my audience his views on judgment day and his unwavering
faith on the matter.
In his mind there was not a question that the day of May 21st 2011 was going to be
the day that the dead are caught up with the living in heaven and that God’s wrath was
about to be delivered to the earth. Harringa stated that God has been merciful enough
and now his patience has reached its limit. There was no room for speculation about
the possibility of error. He stated that he would pray with his family in the final moments
and that his belongings and possessions would go up in smoke as the earth would be
ripped apart. It was a ghastly visions that is, in his opinion a way to bring people to
From what I could speculate his words seemed to confuse the audience as many
were calling in asking questions and quoting biblical scriptures, however no question
comment or criticism would budge Harringa from his belief. There was a caller that
said he was hoping for an apology another stating that Harringa had been deceived by
What was evident in the entire conversation is that Christianity may be showing signs of
trouble in times that are believed to be apocalyptic.
It can be determined that the problem Christians face in the apocalypse is corporatized
militant strategy that is being aimed at non Christians and those whose faith is
dwindling. The corporate structure of Christianity can now create an organized
campaign to convince a flock in need of sign to continue believing in a God that appears
to be showing his absence.
The organized efforts of Bible Ministries International, WeCanKnow.com and E-bible
fellowship has grasped the interest of the entire world. Regardless of how you feel
about a definitive date on judgment day – the entire world is now aware that there are a
group of Christians awaiting the second coming and that perhaps there is an organized
effort to nudge God towards an Armageddon or even a judgment day.
There are over 600 well organized evangelical groups that are headquartered in the United
States, many of them can be considered large corporations, and between them they
constitute a vast and highly organized network of global influence, purposefully targeting
non-Christians, with a mission of subverting every part of your life in the process.
My Fiancé, her boy and I decided to take a trip to a small farming community of
McMinnville Oregon to attend the “UFO Fest” the second largest gathering of UFO and
science fiction enthusiasts in the United States. Imagine the atmosphere of a small
town county fair, where plastic aliens, strange costumes, and people wearing tin foil
hats show up to celebrate the event o a UFO that was shot by a Farmer and his wife
in the 1950’s. UFO fest is a fun, family get together with a parade that has cheap
homemade floats, and old cars that have passengers that seem to be out of this world.
It is silly fun, with hamburgers and hot dogs cooking in outdoor pavilions and great beer
flowing out of kegs.
After the parade had passed by and the last of the little aliens, in the parade threw
candy at kids, there was a man who stepped out of the crowd and stood in the middle of
Main Street. He took out a bible and with several other people crowding around him be
began to yell at the crowd of families. He screamed that everyone attending UFO days
would burn in hell because aliens are not the way into heaven, but only Jesus Christ.
People yelled back in anger to give it rest, and to shut up. Undaunted there were
several other Christians getting into the faces of spectators warning them that they will
burn in hell if they do not accept Christ.
My fiancé’s little boy asked his mother “Mommy why are those people yelling?” She
explained that they were Christians trying to tell people about God. He then said “Well
they don’t seem very happy.”
I got to thinking about from the mouth of babes comes the truth.
It appears that militant Christians are not happy people and they create contention by
shoving their beliefs down the throats of those who may already have found peace with
their religion or offending people who just want to have a great time taking in the small
town atmosphere, without being bombarded with militant Christian tactics.
There seems to be a cult like loyalty to the organization that encourages this deplorable
behavior. There seems to be no respect or no loyalty or even consideration of what
people outside of their group may believe or need in their lives. Most people believe in
their own various faiths and do not need angry Christian cheerleaders telling them that
they are in the crosshairs of God’s wrath because they have decided that they want to
attend a celebration that has its roots in alien or extraterrestrial mythology.
The majority of the people who attended the event probably do not kneel and pray to
aliens but for some reason these militant Christians want you to believe this.
The militant arm of evangelical proselytizing is structured in behaviors that are
dangerous and quite frankly should be dealt with as an abuse of free speech and
borders on harm.
I attended a KISS concert in Portland and standing outside were three people
confronting people as they entered explaining to them that Gene Simmons is not the
way to God and that KISS was an acronym meaning Knights in Satan’s Service.. I
couldn’t believe how rude and inconsiderate the three were to people. They literally
blocked the entrance and were told by security to stop. They didn’t listen; they just kept
on declaring that KISS concerts were of the devil and that all people attending will burn
The militant Christians see it as spiritual warfare, fighting against Satan when inside of
all of them there seems to be a spiritual war that is all consuming. Spiritual warfare’,
for the evangelical Christian warrior , is not just a matter of prayers and fasting for
repentance but a matter of aggressive moves and if you were to give them tanks,
rocket launchers and IED bombs they would be seen as similar to the Muslim terrorists
that we watch on television.
When you combine corporate organized Christian frenzy about end of the world
eschatology you wind up with an unwitting aspect of militancy that they probably are
unaware that they are participating in and that is a Apocalyptic psy-op.
Those who are obsessed with their own nobility over the nobility of others have a
tendency to allow their ends to justify their means.
When in the middle of the fight it is difficult to understand the full consequence of what
their actions might bring to our doorstep in the near future. Radical attempts at utopia
while sounding noble create chaos and division and thoughts lead to action and actions
may result in dystopian traps.
Think of the date of May 21st 2011 as judgment day, somehow an organized effort
pushed for that day and it is interesting to try and understand how a small cult of
religious fanatics have managed to bill board the entire world with their message.
Where did they get their funds? How are they about to liquidate and determined that
their group is over after the due date?
Do we find that to be a bit like a psy-op that is well organized? It is a psy-op that plays
with the minds of the majority of people in the United States that consider themselves
Christian. There are many that are more than capable fo falling for the latest
eschatology. A TIME Magazine/CNN poll finds that more than one-third of Americans
say they are paying more attention now to how the news might relate to the end of the
world, and have talked about what the bible has to say on the subject. Fully 59% say
they believe the events in the Book of Revelation in the bible are going to come true.
With this preparation and anxiety comes a wave of thought that continues to feed upon
itself, eventually creating a negatively charged beast that devours any glint of hope that
exists for our future.
If you are paying attention to what is going on now in our world, stop and consider that
the end-of-the-world mindset is putting a critical mass of people into a semiconscious
state of despair.
The majority of people in the Western culture seem to believe that the end of the world
will be a physical event, such as a collision with a meteor an earthquake or a global
The reality is that our apocalypse, and eventually our so-called Armageddon, begins
as an internal and spiritual breakdown. Those in the Western culture have become far
more materialistic in their view of what the apocalypse is, and tend to ignore the warning
signs of spiritual or mental decay.
What we are seeing is an apostasy and a rejection of all things spiritual in the world.
This so-called apostasy has been diagramed and conscripted by clerics and evangelical
soothsayers for the purpose of control.
I remember a quote I read from Philip K. Dick in which he declared that what you most
fear never really happens to you, and what you most yearn for never happens either.
In the world of today, I think if Mr. Dick were alive he would probably change his mind.
Many of the things I have feared are happening to me and many of my friends, and
what I have yearned for happens for a brief moment and then it is taken away by some
There are many nightmares that are all too real, and there are many people living
through them every day wondering why horrible things happen to good people.
There is a portion of my personality that gets awfully cynical when I feel that
circumstances are beyond my control. I realize far too often that it is a safe bet that the
three basic laws of thermo-dynamics rule our lives. No matter what you do, you can’t
win, you can’t break even, and you can’t quit the game.
It is all dime-store philosophical rhetoric that I have stored in the back of my brain. I
break it out when I have to deal with social entropy.
Lately it seems that no matter what happens, nothing lasts, and you have to continue to
try new things in order to somehow fool yourself into thinking that you are beating the
constant deterioration of the universe.
I believe that for the first time in my life I am seeing the rise of a demonic beast in this
world. Something that I would always fear would happen. However, I don’t want you to
think that this is some apocalyptic fantasy brought on by some programmed brainwash I
got from bible class.
This beast I often worried about and feared was the creature that came from within all of
us, a creature that could be conjured out of ignorance. The beast would come from our
inability to understand the methods of a Devil that has set the ultimate trap. a trap where
you are damned if you act, and damned if you stand idly by.
Judgment day may come soon, but only with the nudge of unhappy militant Christians
who fantasize about the various ways they can have their god eliminate those who do
not agree with them.