Earlier this month, Christian prophet Pamela Rae Schuffert told her followers that the Holy Ghost had told her that a NATO invasion would establish martial law in the United States before July 1. Schuffert said that the New World Order dictatorship established over the United States would close the borders, making it impossible to leave the USA unless they got out by the end of the day on June 30. She said that the NWO army would take away Americans’ guns.
So far, there are no signs of a NATO invasion. Martial law has not been imposed. Nobody’s guns have been taken away by jack booted thugs.
There are just 12 hours left now for Schuffert’s divine prophecy to come true.
If Pamela Rae Schuffert were sane, the failure of her prophecy to come true would lead to an epistemological crisis, and a rejection of the premises of her religious beliefs. It seems, though, that Schuffert is not not sane. Rather than questioning her faith in her own prophetic abilities, Schuffert is merely revising her prophecy.
“Pentagon Source Alludes to MARTIAL LAW Around July 1st 2012,” she writes now. Before, July 1 was an absolute deadline. Now, Schuffert says that the Holy Ghost’s warning was merely approximate, referring to a time around July 1.
Schuffert is giving her faith four days’ wiggle room: “I personally believe that ‘they’ might use July 4th as their target date for staging major ‘attacks’ on America, then falsely implicating AL-QAEDA, Iran operatives, or some other favorite scapegoat. In other words, staging a ‘false flag’ attack during America’s Independence Day, and implying Muslim retaliation for America’s war crimes in the Middle East, etc.”
It’s an odd prediction for Schuffert to make. She says that martial law will be imposed sometime around tomorrow, and then, a few days later, a false flag’ attack will be conducted by the new military government. If there really is martial law, however, why would a false flag attack be necessary? A military dictatorship could go to war whenever it wanted, without any need to manipulate public opinion.
I’ll check back on this story on July 5, to see what contorted form the religion of Pamela Rae Schuffert adopts after her new prophecy fails to come to pass.