Did Obama's election cause the earthquake and tsunami?

Ethel C. Fenig
In June, 2008 after Barack Obama won the primary that put him over the top for delegates, guaranteeing him the Democratic nomination for the presidency he triumphantly and absolutely amazingly prophesied that

"This was the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow and our planet began to heal."

Well, he certainly got that backwards. Two years after Obama's election the earth heaved mightily with one of the biggest earthquakes ever recorded, deeply gashing the planet especially off the coast of Japan. Powerful earthquake aftershocks continue. Prior to this, other devastating earthquakes in Haiti, Chile and elsewhere, killing many. The oceans rose quickly and vengefully; a destructive tsunami killed and destroyed untold thousands.


All seems to indicate that Obama's nomination and election have disrupted the natural order exposing and bringing about deep wounds to our planet causing death and unprecedented destruction that will take untold time to imperfectly heal.


I'm a prophet too.

In June, 2008 after Barack Obama won the primary that put him over the top for delegates, guaranteeing him the Democratic nomination for the presidency he triumphantly and absolutely amazingly prophesied that

"This was the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow and our planet began to heal."

Well, he certainly got that backwards. Two years after Obama's election the earth heaved mightily with one of the biggest earthquakes ever recorded, deeply gashing the planet especially off the coast of Japan. Powerful earthquake aftershocks continue. Prior to this, other devastating earthquakes in Haiti, Chile and elsewhere, killing many. The oceans rose quickly and vengefully; a destructive tsunami killed and destroyed untold thousands.


All seems to indicate that Obama's nomination and election have disrupted the natural order exposing and bringing about deep wounds to our planet causing death and unprecedented destruction that will take untold time to imperfectly heal.


I'm a prophet too.