This must be disturbing to the Jehovah's Witnesses as well, since they are distributing a pamphlet on the 2012 apocalypse that declares is a "fantasy" and have a well-rehearsed speech to convince the believers that the end is not yet nigh. The Witnesses base their claims not on scientific proof but instead on passages from the Bible.
This is rather ironic, of course, because the Witnesses are a millenialist organization which believes that Armageddon will happen practically any day now (and in fact the slow-motion destruction started in 1914), with the subsequent establishment of God's kingdom on earth. Consequently, we have the ridiculous specter of one apocalypse sending its preachers door to door to combat another apocalypse as a fake apocalypse. The message seems to be, "The end is near! Just not in December."
I guess this is slightly better than Ancient Aliens telling viewers that the aliens will be returning in December to take them to a quantum heaven dimension. But not by much.