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Monday, September 1, 2008

Still Having a Picnic

Back on April 7, Ronald Weinland was interviewed about his yet-to-be-false-prophecies by Mike McConnell on Cincinnati's 700 WLW radio station. Click on the play button to hear part of the interchange and read the transcript that follows.


McConnell: ...if it doesn't pan out, will you continue to do shows like this?
Weinland: If it doesn't pan out, the only thing I would do is...if I responded to anything at all was to explain to people that I was a false prophet. That's the only answer, that I'm no longer a minister.
McConnell: So if by Labor Day we're still having a picnic?
Weinland: Then I'm through.
McConnell: Then you would find a different line of work?
Weinland: Absolutely.

Then after his prophecies obviously crashed and burned, Weinland stated this in his sermon of June 28:
"February 2nd wasn't the sealing of the 144,000.
April 17th wasn't the beginning of a job for two witnesses.
And on and on it goes."

Note to Anti-anti-CoG-blog Bob. If you like this and want to quote it on your blog, then great. Just give this post a link if you do.

For those of you who spell "labor" with a "u", today (September 1) is Labor Day in the US. And we're still having picnics, except of course for those on the Gulf Coast who've evacuated because of Hurricane Gustav. If Weinland mentions it at all, it will be to claim it as one of his thunders -- and the more the devastation the better.

By Weinland's own admission his prophecies have failed, yet he has not admitted that he's a false prophet. He hasn't chosen a new line of work -- if he did go to work at McDonald's that would be honest respectable work. Instead, he's still preaching and prophesying (not honest respectable work), with a trip scheduled next weekend to the UK and the following weekend to Belgium.

And on and on it goes.

9 comments:

Dennis Diehl said...

I have to credit Dixon Cartwrite with this funny....

In a conversation we had:

SCMassageTherapy [9:52 PM]: well God says Ron is cracking up. He does think it's funny that his wife is the other witness , yet silent.
Cartwrite [9:52 PM]: She probably wants to enter the witness-protection program before she'll talk.

I can't stop laughing....

jack635 said...

I had a great Labour Day weekend at the cottage and I had forgotten all about Ronny. So now that I'm back home I listened to his sermon. I noticed he took a dig at this website(or what I perceived as a dig at don't drink the flavourade).
"we arent going to store up weapons or drink anything". Also, McCain is apparently not going to be inaugerated in January.

Purple Hymnal said...

"Also, McCain is apparently not going to be inaugerated in January."

Oh ho so now he's twisting his false prophecy to say he only meant one of the candidates won't be inaugurated? Don't tell me Weinland is jumping on the racist Bob Thiel bandwagon, proclaiming Obama the Beast Power......Probably figures it'll net him some LCG sheeple......

Aarrggh.

Mike (EkimKS) said...

Actually, I don't think he mentioned either candidate by name. And he hedged a little, saying that it's possible a president won't be inaugurated.

Purple Hymnal said...

So in other words now he's backtracking on the "no president will be elected" false prophecy as well?

Le sigh. Why am I not surprised?

Anonymous said...

ILFPRW needs to be careful with all his backpedaling. He just might lose his credibility! :)

jack635 said...

"Also, McCain is apparently not going to be inaugerated in January."

RW did not mention McCain.
Sorry if I caused some confusion, I was inserting my own perception of how your election will turn out.
I'm not prophesying that McCain will win! I just think he will win.
But according to RW's last sermon, a president will not be inaugurated.

Purple Hymnal said...

"But according to RW's last sermon, a president will not be inaugurated."

That's still different from what he said in "Three More Weeks", which was that a president will not be elected.

Then again, Rotten Ronnie is getting known for his backpedaling, so I'm not surprised at all.

Richard said...

Pssst -- Canadians marked Labour Day on September 1 as well. With a U.