Harold Camping - the real one

Failed Rapture prognosticator Harold Camping’s been making appearances on KPFA’s Over the Edge show for years. Well, not the real Camping, but a fake one provided by the audio-collage satirists Negativland, several of whom reside in the Bay Area.

On Friday, the band exploited this post-Camping-debacle period in typical whacked out fashion. Take a listen.

Over the Edge – May 27, 2011 at 12:00am

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Harold Camping — Negativland Style 31 May,2011Jon Brooks

  • Daniel Haszard

    Harold Camping sounds like he plagiarized Jehovah’s Witnesses.
    Jehovah Witnesses are a spin-off of the second Adventist which all came from the Millerite movement.American war of 1812 army captain William Miller is ground zero for Jehovah’s Witnesses.
    Yes,the “great disappointment” of Oct 22 1844 has never died out… it lives on in the Jehovah’s Witnesses.
    The central CORE doctrine of the Watchtower,yes the reason the Watchtower came into existence was to declare Jesus second coming in 1914.When the prophecy (derived from William Miller of 1842) failed they said that he came “invisibly”.
    Watchtower reckless predictions of the (1914) (1975)….. second coming of Christ hardens skeptics in their unbelief and provides new fodder for cynics to mock the Christian faith.

    Danny Haszard been there

  • Truth seeker

    Harold Camping is following the same damage control route as the apocalyptic Watchtower and there are many independent objective news articles up as I type connecting Camping with the Jehovah’s Witnesses and end times..
    Let the facts and history speak….


Jon Brooks

Jon Brooks is the host and editor of KQED’s health and technology blog, Future of You. He is the former editor of KQED’s daily news blog, News Fix. A veteran blogger, he previously worked for Yahoo! in various news writing and editing roles. He was also the editor of EconomyBeat.org, which documented user-generated content about the financial crisis and recession. Jon is also a playwright whose work has been produced in San Francisco, New York, Italy, and around the U.S. He has written about film for his own blog and studied film at Boston University. He has an MFA in Creative Writing from Brooklyn College.

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