[I was horrified to find that there were South African Christians who believed in the rubbish idea of the planet Niburu which will return. This stupid, moronic idea was conceived by the Jewish “author” Zecharia Sitchin (July 11, 1920 – October 9, 2010). He died in 2010, THANK GOODNESS! He wrote a bunch of books claiming to have translated stuff from Sumerian, etc. And in it was this Niburu rubbish. I bought and read one of his books because as usual Jews push their own intensely. Its complete nonsense and if such a planet was on its way our astronomers would probably detect it a decade or two before anyone could see it – maybe even years before.
div>Now more Jews are talking this complete crap. See below. Jan]
Forget no-deal Brexit, there’s a far worse disaster hurtling towards us from the dark, cold spaces at the edge of our solar system – fictional death planet Nibiru! You might remember Nibiru from last year, when some internet weirdo forecast that it was about to smash into our planet in April, killing us all. But now people are saying that it’s back – and this time the signs are so certain that one apocalypse-obsessed rabbi has urged Jews to return to Israel to prepare for the end. Heeeeeeeere’s Nibiru! (Getty) Rabbi Yuval Ovadia (who’s very fond of apocalyptic predictions of doom), says, ‘All the natural catastrophes we are seeing now are disturbances caused by Nibiru coming closer, like flotsam being pushed ahead of a ship. (Nibiru, in case you’re not familiar, is a fictional death planet which supposedly lurks at the edge of our solar system, and with which UFO fans are obsessed). ‘Nibiru will tear down all the craziness we have built up, all to prepare us for the great era that follows.’ Rabbi Yuval Ovadia ‘All of nature is saying that Nibiru is on the way. Everyone, those who love Israel, those who hate Israel, everyone is begging the Jews to come home. ‘For hundreds of years, Israel was empty and desolate. All of a sudden, we have the Garden of Eden here. This is all because the time is drawing near.’ So is Nibiru real? Should we be worried? AAAAAAAAAAARGH Of course, the whole thing is absolutely ridiculous, and our planet is in no danger whatsoever. Even before last year, Nibiru (or Planet X) was widely predicted to hit our planet in December 2016, and before that in April 2016, and December 2015. Are you seeing a pattern here? Prior to that, it was predicted to smash into our planet to coincide with the Mayan apocalypse in 2012 – and before that, Nancy Lieder, an American website writer who claimed to have an alien implant in her brain, predicted it would destroy the world in 2003. Nibiru does not exist. It has never been seen on any telescope, and no credible scientist has ever confirmed its existence. NASA has thoroughly debunked the Nibiru myth via its Beyond 2012 page, saying, ‘Nibiru and other stories about wayward planets are an Internet hoax. There is no factual basis for these claims. ‘If Nibiru or Planet X were real and headed for an encounter with the Earth, astronomers would have been tracking it for at least the past decade, and it would be visible by now to the naked eye.’