Wiles Has Proof That Judgment Day is Nigh

Right Wing Watch really should get some sort of award for discovering Rick Wiles of TruNews. He’s just so much fun to watch. Lately he’s been saying things so delightfully idiotic that Alan Colmes invited him on his radio show. And that proves that judgment day is now upon us. Cuz God said so.

This ministry was birthed by the Holy Spirit in 1998 following a life-changing spiritual vision that I experienced in April that year. I saw American cities on fire; I saw American refugees staggering out of those cities with a bewildered look on their face, they were amazed that they had even survived whatever had happened. I didn’t know what to the cities, I just saw the cities burning. And I asked God what I was seeing in the vision and he said “this is your nation’s future if America does not repent.” And I asked him why he was revealing it to me and he said “I am calling you today as a watchmen to warn your nation, tell them to repent and return to me and I will forgive them.

In 1999, just before this radio program took off, the Lord made two promises to me: he told me that if I accepted this call to warn America, he promised that no harm would come to my family and the second thing that he told me was “I will give you a national audience just before the judgment strikes.”

Monday evening, Fox News Radio called and we went on the Alan Colmes Program and after that interview, a friend of mine called me and he said “hey, I heard the interview and you did good but I tell you what, I’m not feeling good about this Rick.” And I go “why?” And he said “because I remember what you told me.” He said “you said the Lord told you in [19]99 he’ll give you a national audience just before the judgment strikes and I don’t know that this is a good sign that Fox News is now interviewing you.”

How can you argue with evidence like that?

15 comments on this post.
  1. Trebuchet:

    How can you argue? You can’t! I’m going to see how many episodes of Doomsday Preppers I can find On Demand, so I’ll know who to get friendly with!

  2. Doug Little:

    I saw American cities on fire; I saw American refugees staggering out of those cities with a bewildered look on their face, they were amazed that they had even survived whatever had happened. I didn’t know what to the cities, I just saw the cities burning. And I asked God what I was seeing in the vision and he said “this is your nation’s future if America does not repent.”

    “To get back to the warning that I received. You may take it with however many grains of salt that you wish. That the brown acid that is circulating around us isn’t too good. It is suggested that you stay away from that. Of course it’s your own trip. So be my guest, but please be advised that there is a warning on that one, ok?”

  3. thisisaturingtest:

    How can you argue with evidence like that?

    You can’t. That’s the whole point of using that kind of “evidence.”

  4. pianoman, Heathen & Torontophile:

    Wait a second. did God say he’d give him “a national audience” or “an audience via a low credibility media channel”?

  5. lldayo:

    I guess North Korea is going to win?
    Also, it’s 14 years since 1999. 4-1 = 3 and 3 + 4 = 7!!! 7 is a holy number so he must be right!

  6. Chaos Engineer:

    This is just diabolical.

    The second promise has a loophole – Wiles could have saved the lives of hundreds of thousands of people by fleeing into the wilderness and refusing to appear before any kind of national audience. But if he’d tried to do that, then God would have carried out the implied threat in the first promise, and attacked Wiles’ family.

    The best-case scenario would have been for Wiles’ family to nobly volunteer to sacrifice themselves – but even if that had happened, what a horrible decision for him to have to make!

  7. mobius:

    Sorry, but as a mathematician, when I see the name “Wiles” and the word “proof” my mind just goes to Princeton mathematician Andrew Wiles and his proof of Fermat’s Last Theorem. Andrew Wiles and Rick Wiles are, however, very different creatures.

    Note: Andrew Wiles actually proved the Taniyama Conjecture, and Fermat’s Last Theorem is only a minor consequence of the conjecture (now theorem).

  8. caseloweraz:

    I think pianoman has the right idea. When this destruction doesn’t come to pass, Wiles will claim that his interview on Fox didn’t reach a wide enough audience.

  9. frog:

    Please please please please please please can’t one of these dumbasses be right one of these times? Nothing would improve the planet more than to have them all Raptured off it.

    Alas, bullshit is bullshit, even the good parts. We’re stuck with these bozos.

  10. jba55:

    “This ministry was birthed by the Holy Spirit in 1998″

    And if you had caught that on video people would have cause to take you more seriously.

  11. peterh:

    So, then, god “said so,” you claim. It seems god has a habit of repeating himself.

    http://www.bible.ca/pre-date-setters.htm

  12. martinc:

    mobius @ 7: Yeah, waiting for Rick Wiles to solve Fermat’s Last Theorem would be like waiting for Verne Troyer to dunk a basketball.

  13. briandavis:

    “this is your nation’s future if America does not repent.”

    God apparently believes in a strong central government that must stand or fall united. If God were a true conservative he would follow a state’s rights approach in which each state repents (or not) and is judged independently.

  14. pyrabarnes:

    So, out of all the godly people out there, his family is the only one to be spared because of some stupid dream? How convenient.

  15. blf:

    [W]aiting for Rick Wiles to solve Fermat’s Last Theorem would be like waiting for Verne Troyer to dunk a basketball.

    Waiting for Rick Wiles to solve 1 + 2 = ? is impossible. The Heat Death of the Universe will interfere — before Rick figures out he needs to take off his shoes and socks so he can use his toes in addition to his fingers.

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