More proof the end is near: Anti-Christ will be in auto sales

Beelzebub?

Hot on the heels of my earlier post in which Pat Robertson opined that the spate of recent natural disasters was an omen of the end times, comes that other respected global theorist and religious scholar … Alice Cooper. Um, yeah, him. Last week the aging shock-rocker stated on contactmusic.com that he believes the apocalypse is imminent.

“Everybody is aware of the end of time – the floods, the tsunami, the hurricanes. It’s Revelations. It’s all supposed to happen,” Cooper said. “I know where it’s going because, according to the Bible, it’s like this for a while and then we’ll see the Antichrist, who’s going to be the smoothest car salesman you’ve ever seen in your life.”

“He’s going to be like Gandhi. He’s going to be the guy you never expected, because he’s saving everybody. That’s the guy you’ve got to worry about.”

The “School’s Out” icon claims that current world conditions match the forecast presented in the Bible’s prophetic Book of Revelation. And Cooper’s qualifications for this insight are…. er, that his father was a preacher. I’m not making this up.

OK, I don’t know about you but I’m convinced. If someone tries to lowball me a loaded cherry Coupe DeVille, I’m heading for the hills. Talk about your Buyer’s Remorse.

Beware! Vehicle Of Doom!

One Response to “More proof the end is near: Anti-Christ will be in auto sales”

  1. Wind In The Wire » Blog Archive » All along the Watchtower says:

    [...] The pamphlet contained the usual Biblical gloom-and-doom: “All the evidence shows that Jehovah’s toleration of wickedness and suffering is nearing its end. Soon God will intervene in human affairs by destroying this entire unsatisfactory system of things.” Hmmmm. Apparently they’ve been consulting with that well-known religious prophet, Alice Cooper. [...]

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