Death threats at the end-of-the-world trolling

Having the same name of a man who has predicted that the world would end on Saturday – last Saturday – has caused County Down psychic David Meade without end of pain – that is, five death threats.

American conspiracy theorist, David Meade argued that the Planet Nibiru would collide with Earth, on the 23rd of September.

David Meade, from Rathfriland, in County Down, was forced to dissociate themselves from the claims.

The newspapers have incorrectly connected the claim to him on social media.
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His image has also been used in relation to the history.

Mr Meade, who now lives in Banbridge with his wife Elaine and their family, he said: “About six or seven months ago we started to receive odd tweet here and there and I thought it was funny.

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“I believe that the part of the source of confusion, first of all, is that it is a rather unusual way to spell Meade, with an” e ” at the end.

“But then, when people were arriving on my site have been to see things as a ‘mentalist’, ‘mind reader’.

“That probably sounds like the type of person who would have predicted the end of the world,” he confessed.

“The last two weeks have been extraordinary, and in reality, it’s almost worrying, this morning.”

The father of two is both a professor of international affairs, an artist who “caught the bug” for the mind reading as a teenager.

His website was so flooded with traffic that is blocked three times, something he said was a concern, as has five employees.

“Sixty percent of my work is in the United States, it is deeply troubling to think that this nonsense could be not in line and could affect my business,” he said.

Now he has received five death threats, but he said that he is not taking the threat seriously.

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His lawyer is in contact with a certain number of means of communication, asking them to portray stories that connect the County Down man for the story.

“A Fox news anchor linked directly to my Twitter feed, directly from my website, and, to date, has refused to apologise for it,” he said.

“My main concern is that no one seems bothered to fix this.”

The artist seems to believe that the Earth is not facing impending doom from a unknown planet, at least – and has offered a “1000%” refund of the tickets sold for their upcoming tour “in the case of an apocalypse”.

As A result of the fact that the world is not finished on Saturday, American David Meade told the Washington Post: “The world does not end, but the world as we know it is about to end.”

“An important part of the world will never be the same the beginning of October,” he said.

He describes himself as a “Christian numerologist”, whose apocalyptic theory is based on a “numerical code”, said he had found in the Bible.

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Mainstream Christian groups have rejected his theories and have denied that the Christians believed them.

He describes himself as a having studied astronomy and be a “specialist in research and investigations” and speaks of a “Planet X”.

However, the u.s. space agency said the Planet Nibiru also known as Planet X, does not exist.

David Meade, the conspiracy theorist, has said, however, that “The existence of Planet X is beyond all reasonable doubt”.

He said Nasa discovered Planet X in the 1980’s and that the preparation for hit – or closely passing the Earth have been well under way in both the UNITED states and Russia.