The day of judgement is coming and that date is May 21, 2011. How do I know this? Well, “We Can Know” states plenty of proof to back this up. This group is highly educated in calculating the exact date of final judgement.
Their mission statement alone is a thing of holy beauty:
This website has been developed by God’s grace, through the efforts of a small group of believers not affiliated with any organization. The individuals behind the scenes are of no importance. The focus is on the warning that God is sounding to the world through His Word; that He will close the door to salvation on May 21, 2011 when He returns to take his elect children to heaven and begins the day of Judgment on earth for all of those left behind until October 21, 2011 when He will destroy the world and all that is therein.
They also state their two main goals:
To assist individuals in locating the faithful teachers whom God has raised up in the last days to help us understand that believers CAN and WILL know the exact day of Christ’s return.
To strengthen and encourage believers as they obey God’s command to be a watchman. To demonstrate that God is using ordinary people, outside the churches, to spread this warning all over the world, to learn about the creative ways in which they are “blowing the trumpet” to proclaim Christ’s return, and to provide instructional articles and videos which help people to make the most of their hi-tech gadgets for downloading audio and written content to their devices for easy witnessing and mobile study.
Two main pushers of this movement have been, Marie Exley and Allison Warden.
Marie Exley , a veteran of two deployments in Iraq and quite the looker, said:
A lot of people might think, ‘The end’s coming, let’s go party’. But we’re commanded by God to warn people. I wish I could just be like everybody else, but it’s so much better to know that when the end comes, you’ll be safe.
Allison Warden, is another guardian of the Apocalypse 2011 movement. Allison Warden is from Raleigh, North Carolina, and she might not be as handsome as Marie, she still is helping organize the End of Days campaign through a website, We Can Know. She uses her car to push her message. She said:
If May 21 passes and I’m still here, that means I wasn’t saved. Does that mean God’s word is inaccurate or untrue? Not at all.
It you want to be like Allison and use your car a as mobile billboard, ou can also get some great bumper stickers to stick on your holy mobile here. Also, they are FREE!
Look at all the people helping to spread the word! You even have blacks remembering their roles in life, by being subservient to these good Christian people and helping them pass out flyers, wash the church members cars, do chores and other friendly nergo actions.
Help these crusaders out and donate to their cause below: