Posted by | May 12, 2011 19:34 | Filed under: Top Stories

Robert Fitzpatrick has spent $140,000 on an ad campaign to warn that the end is nigh.

“Global Earthquake! The Greatest Ever – Judgment Day: May 21,” the ad declares above a placid picture of night over Jerusalem with a clock that’s about to strike midnight.

“I’m trying to warn people about what’s coming,” the 60-year-old Staten Island resident said. “People who have an understanding [of end times] have an obligation to warn everyone.”

His doomsday warning has appeared on 1,000 placards on subway cars, at a cost of $90,000, and at bus shelters around the city, for $50,000 more.

Fitzpatrick’s millenial mania began after he retired in 2006 and began listening to California evangelist Harold Camping’s “end of days” predictions.

Camping previously predicted the word would end in September 1994, but this time Camping says he has it right.

It’s just like anyone who invents something or comes to a truth or any technician — they don’t immediately make a finished product….I did not come to the finished product until three years ago. It was at that time that God showed some exquisite proof.

Dr. Stephen Meyers, president of the Institute for Biblical and Scientific Studies, interviewed the 89-year-old Camping in April.

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