For some time here at Irregular Times, we’ve followed what might delicately be termed “mysteries” and what might more coarsely called “conspiracy theories”: claims that secret evidence (seemingly always about-to-be-revealed) proves the existence of hidden realities or long-smouldering schemes or special dangers that They don’t want
The Truth About The Broken Arrow Conspiracy To Detonate Nuclear Bombs In The USA Tomorrow In A Ring Of Fire!
I don’t know Pamela Rae Schuffert personally, but the more I read what she writes, the more convinced I become that she genuinely believes that there really are shadowy defectors from the U.S. military and the NWO leadership who speak to her, giving her alone the information needed to stop terrible attacks from taking place.
Pamela Rae Schuffert’s insane babblings would mere cause me to giggle if it weren’t for the fact that she has hundreds of followers. What’s more, Schuffert uses her wild prophecies of destruction by black helicopter to spread right wing Neo-Nazi ideology that targets Jews, Muslims and African-Americans.
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.
If July 1 comes and no nuclear weapons have been detonated, we’ll know that Schuffert is simply full of hot air, and that Bob Cuppert’s Holy Spirit is really just the rambling voice of his own unfiltered amygdala.