Filmmaker Zeke Piestrup has been documenting Harold Camping; see below (SFGate.com).
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Kindness? So what. Compassion? Who cares. Environmental stewardship? Never heard of it. But homosexuality? Aha! Crime? Yes! Earthquakes? Praise the lord! Everything bad is good if it signals the end of the world (and the beginning of assumption into heaven).
CBS News Video as posted on SF Gate's May 21, 2011: rapture or party time?
Fortunately, Zeke Piestrup has been following doomsayer Harold Camping for weeks, running tape for as much as 19 hours a day in the run up to The End. But Camping went into black out mode on the 21st. He will emerge on tape to explain why his prediction failed.
Camping "flabbergasted" Judgment Day did not come
The man who said the world was going to end appeared at his front door in Alameda (Northern California) a day later, very much alive but not so well.
"It has been a really tough weekend," said Harold Camping, the 89-year-old fundamentalist radio preacher [and twice failed prophet] who convinced hundreds of his followers that the rapture would occur on Saturday at 6:00 pm.
Massive earthquakes would strike, he said. Believers would ascend to heaven and the rest would be left to wander a godforsaken planet until Oct. 21, when Camping promised a fiery end to the world. More
- Will Graham [Televangelist Billy Graham's son] preaches on end times after camping's wrong prediction [because there's a lot of money to be made from doomsaying]
- Harold Camping Should Publicly Apologize for Wrong Doomsday Prediction, Says Christian
- Critical Facts About Harold Camping
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- Harold Camping, We're Still Here After 6:01 P.M., What Now?
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