Doomsday cult receives government grant


Jun 3, 2003
Doomsday cult receives government grant
Sydney Morning Herald |
"A doomsday cult led by a banned 'prophet' has been granted $332,000 in government funding to run a private school since 1996, it was reported today. The Australian newspaper said William Kamm, also known as Little Pebble, was a former bank worker who once predicted a tsunami would hit Australia's east coast. He believed his converts from the Order of St Charbel would survive the apocalypse once he was appointed as the last Pope... the federal government had granted the school $332,000 and plans to increase grants, now $3,527 per student, by an extra $1,107 per student by 2008... Mr Kamm was denounced by the then Archbishop of Melbourne George Pell when it was revealed he asked his female converts to bear his children, claiming he possessed the 'holy seed' to a breed a new race... the newspaper said funding for the school has concerned other Catholic groups which fear the cult could be building bunkers as a strategy to protect Mr Kamm."

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