Cult of EMP Crazy: Jesus saves!

Posted in Crazy Weapons, Extremism at 11:19 am by George Smith

From a local color/opinion writer at the Times and Democrat newspaper of Orangeburg, SC:

The experts say the damage would be millions of times worse than 9/11. Nobody would have power, and most modern cars wouldn’t start. The Internet has been completely destroyed, and the financial system is offline, perhaps forever. All phone communication is dead, and virtually all commerce across the entire country is brought to a complete stop. Our country (which doesn’t know how to live without technology) would be completely stripped of it in an instant …

What would you do if all the supermarkets in your area shut down because food could not be transported? What if you were suddenly unable to call your family and friends for help? What if you were suddenly unable to get the medicine that you need?

This certainly isn’t going to enhance anyone’s Christmas cheer one iota, but perhaps when we hang our stockings and say our prayers on Christmas Eve, we’ll humbly ask Jesus (the author of and reason for this joyful season) for the very special Christmas present of deliverance from the evil entities who are, even now, plotting our demise. Oh, yeah … and even if the fat elf doesn’t descend through the atmosphere to stuff our stockings, perhaps our merciful Creator will save us from far worse stuff coming down upon us from the sky … like electromagnetic pulse destruction.

Also in the day’s paper, this story on the criminal investigation into the abandonment of 150 cats.


  1. Joćo said,

    December 20, 2011 at 1:39 pm

    Words elude me!
    In internet speak the only word I can come up with is lol.
    What a crazy fear mongering twat!

    nuf said!

  2. Christoph Hechl said,

    December 21, 2011 at 1:25 am

    There is such an easy proof, that EMP weapons don’t exist:
    The USA haven’t used them yet. They have tested anything close to weaponlike in Iraq, Afghanistan and Lybia, why wouldn’t they use this if it had existed?

  3. George Smith said,

    December 21, 2011 at 9:15 am

    Good one, at the start of the war over ten years ago, a lot of people were predicting American use. I told reporters, don’t bet on it. They were all wrong. The US has had testing done. A few years ago one of the electrical engineering professional society mags covered the issue because an engineering team at, I think, Texas A&M, had a government research and development contract to make one for the military. Came time for a test — it flopped.