TB Joshua Deceptive And Editing Tactics Exposed After Claiming To Predict The Philippines Typhoon (VIDEO)

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TB Joshua TB Joshua claims to have predicted the recent typhoon in the Philippines, but in reality it is a heavily edited prophecy that has already been used to claim he predicted flooding in Indonesia.
 
 
Over 10,000 people are thought to have died when Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines. Many more have lost their homes and possessions. Shockingly, but not surprisingly (knowing his track record), TB Joshua sees this as an opportunity to increase his notoriety by releasing a video claiming that he predicted it.
 
Incredibly, even though we have twice before exposed SCOAN's deceptive editing tricks, yet again they edit out certain details from the prophecy. For example, in the original prophecy (recorded on June 24th 2012), TB Joshua claimed the country name would start with "IN". He also claimed the disaster would be imminent, even implying that it might happen within the next week. This was almost 17 months prior to the event actually happening. What's more, in January 2013, he released heavily edited footage from the same prophecy to claim that he'd predicted a major flood in Indonesia (got the "IN" right there!).
 
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