He’s got him­self worked up all over again, this time about a forth­com­ing ter­ror­ist attack — accord­ing to his imag­i­nary friend, anyway.

I’m not nec­es­sar­ily say­ing it’s going to be nuclear,” he said dur­ing his news-​​and-​​talk tele­vi­sion show “The 700 Club” on the Christian Broadcasting Network. “The Lord didn’t say nuclear. But I do believe it will be some­thing like that.”

Methinks someone’s off his meds again. Pat: “The Lord” didn’t say a sin­gle thing to you. This “Lord” of yours sim­ply does not exist.

Robertson said God told him dur­ing a recent prayer retreat that major cities and pos­si­bly mil­lions of peo­ple will be affected by the attack, which should take place some­time after September.

The obvi­ous arousal that is expe­ri­enced by apoc­a­lyp­tics should cue the rest of us to how things really are for them. In mod­ern soci­ety, there isn’t another group that betrays such promi­nent sex­ual lust at the thought of mil­lions of peo­ple being killed.

The clearly erotic glee with which they pur­sue their fan­tasies of destruc­tion is a symp­tom of the sick­ness from which they suf­fer — that, cou­pled with the fact that 25% of them believe Jesus will descend to Earth in 2007, betrays how wholly out of touch with real­ity these folks actu­ally are.

And we believe they’re fit to make deci­sions that affect mil­lions of human lives?

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