Glory be. There are few things as side-splittingly humorous, or as occasionally disturbing or ridiculous, as the outbursts of daft loons who can’t think for themselves and who therefore espouse this moronic philosophy, which basically exists for no other reason than to give others the right to think for them.
Case in point: I recently had the privilege of revisiting, for reasons that aren’t that important here, a post I wrote on Ricochet just over six years ago. It had to do with the regular catastrophism of a small group of ninnies who anticipated the end of the world. It was something they’d been predicting for decades, and something WRT which, every time the deadline passed and–when they found we were still here–they adjusted the goal posts and told us that–Yes! And sure!!–It was really imminent and would happen the next time.
Bla bla bla.
And here we still are. Waiting.
Nevertheless. It was a pretty funny and engaging post.
Here it is:
I wrote this at 12:01 am on Feb. 16, 2017 — the end is near. I’m impelled to post this now, because I don’t know how much longer I have. Disaster is approaching (fast). Don’t make too many long-range plans. And, for Pete’s sake, don’t buy any green bananas.
What on Earth am I talking about? The start of the “Nibiru Cataclysm,” of course.
Also known as Planet X, the idea that our world, or very large portions of it, will soon end in this collision between Mother Earth and a large planetary object has been around for a little over twenty years, and was first postulated by Nancy Lieder, a “contactee” and communicator of the “Zeta message.” Nancy writes of her participation in the “hybrid program,” and of her “hybrid” children, here. (Warning: The ick factor is strong with this one). Her website, ZetaTalk will, it promises, “lead you through the vast amount of information being relayed by the Zetas in answer to questions posed to their emissary, Nancy Lieder.” So if you have unanswered questions after reading this post, please check back with Nancy.
If you’re still here, that is.
But I digress. Back to total annihilation for a moment.
Here’s how this is going to go down: On January 25, 2016, a large, hurtling space object was identified speeding towards Earth at approximately 26,000 miles per hour. NASA noticed it, and dubbed it 2016 WF9. NASA has announced that there is no reason for concern, and that the object will pass Earth harmlessly by.
Not so fast, according to Russian astronomer Dr. Dyomin Damir Zacharovich, who believes this object is a broken-off fragment of Nibiru, or Planet X, which is also hurtling towards Earth not far behind it. He’s concluded that this Nibiru fragment is going to hit the Earth today, February 16, 2017.
Says Dr. Zacharovich:
NASA is lying through its teeth. It is not conceivable that they do not know the truth. We have seen the data! The object they call WF9 left the Nibiru system in October when Nibiru began spinning counter clockwise around the sun. Since then, NASA has known it will hit Earth. But they are only telling people now and telling lies. That they call it 2016 WF9 proves they are lying. If they just discovered it yesterday, it would have a 2017 prefix.
The Nibiru system is filled with asteroids and dust. It was only a matter of time before one was hurled in our direction. The object is larger than NASA says. Our preliminary data suggested a 2.2km asteroid that will have no problem penetrating the atmosphere without burning up.
And this is just a precursor to the damage Nibiru will cause when it gets here. NASA probably knows the impact zone. I do not. We are all in peril.
If this has whetted your appetite for more information on Dr. Zacharovich, best of British luck. There doesn’t seem to be much about him on the Internet that doesn’t relate specifically to what I quoted above. (Some sites even imply that he does not actually exist! The nerve!) However, there are other “Nibiru believers” for whom a search might bear more fruit. For example: Dr. Herman Schwartzbaum, who believes that Nibiru is populated by a race of giants who launched 2016 WF9 on purpose, to cripple our defenses, before they colonize us later this year (He also believes that US Special Operations Forces have clashed with invasion forces of the 30-foot tall Annunaki (his name for the aliens), while searching for Taliban enclaves in Afghanistan). Or, Zecharia Sitchin, whose 1976 book, “The Twelfth Planet” was cited by Nancy Lieder as her inspiration. Apparently, Sitchin believed that humans evolved on Nibiru, and colonized Earth during a previous “flyby” somewhere in the ancient past.
How much damage will the first incursion of the “Nibiru Cataclysm,” due sometime today, cause? According to Dr. Zacharovich, it may wipe out a city as large as New York, or it may cause a tsunami capable of inundating a continent. This will be followed, on October 5, by collision between the Earth and Nibiru itself, completely wiping out life on our fair planet and obliterating us all.
So, what have we done to prepare?
Well, not much. In fact, the only serious international attempt to save us from swift and sure oblivion has, apparently, run out of money, and has been abandoned. According to The Sun, “the mission suffered a major setback when European space ministers,” (please don’t laugh) “gathering in Switzerland in December for a regular policy and budget meeting, rejected funding for the Asteroid Impact Mission project.”
Sad! As President Trump might tweet.
Now, I think I’ve covered all the critical stuff here, and I don’t want to delay my important post, for obvious reasons, so before I go, let me just say this:
I can imagine that many of you have itchy fingers, and are just dying to press the “Flag” button and shout “Fruitcake!” in your loudest outdoor voices. Some of you are probably pondering just WTH She is up to here. You’re asking, “is She promulgating Official Ricochet Policy?” Or maybe, “have Rob, Peter, and even, Yeti, lost their ever-loving minds, once and for all?” Or, perhaps you’re wondering, “does She have her Moderator Hat on, or has She doffed it for this insane conspiracy theory post???”
The answer to all the above questions is very simple. Yes. Or No. Pick one and go with it and you’ll be right either way. But do please note that I have provided copious links to back up my statements with actual, verifiable facts. I know they are actual, verifiable facts, because they are on the Internet, and I can link to them.
So, perhaps everything stated here is true, and perhaps it’s not.
Either way, I’ll see you all on the other side.