Family radio doomsday cult finds followers in Africa

Family Radio, the doomsday cult led by false prophet Harold Camping, is reportedly finding lots of followers in Africa.

South Africa’s The Daily Maverick has published photos of buildings, T-Shirts and cars advertising the cult leader’s nutty ‘End of the World’ prophecy.

As he has done before, Camping has used a self-developed ‘mathematical system’ to torture the Bible into revealing to him that the world will end on May 21, 2011.

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A previous date, Sept. 6, 1994, came and went without the Judgment Day Camping had announced.

Camping’s Family Radio station reaches listeners around the world.

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