This week was one of those quiet moments in time in between waves of awful news – a moment that allows you to put awful events into perspective, as well as talk about other issues that need to be addressed. There is, after all, a bigger picture and more things going on in the world than Ebola, World War III and the fall of the American Empire.

So, as the next wave of pandemic, war and financial collapse gathers itself for another attempt to swamp our lives with awful news, we have the opportunity to connect some other dots and look at other problems.


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And, you can paint me happy for being able to do that.

Unfortunately, this moment of quiet is just a brief respite. Even bigger waves are coming and this ship really is going down.

I really hope that you have your life jacket and a place to sit in the lifeboat.


So, what did we talk about this week?

This week, we talked about how our foolishness is going to destroy our civilization, via Ebola or some other pandemic. We discussed how urbanization had an impact on the spread of the Spanish Flu, and how this could be a model for Ebola. We looked beyond Ebola at financial collapse and world war. I showed you the tug of war over Crude oil and the impact on precious metals. And then, I asked if you were going to worship Satan on Halloween, Friday night – which was last night.

So, let’s talk about that.


Listen to the WEEKEND SHOCKCAST for November 1st, here:

Weekend ShockCast for November 1, 2014 – John Little



YouTube shortlink: http://youtu.be/saufbfRiXHo


The Articles That You Will Find in This WEEKEND SHOCKCAST

MONDAY – How Western Civilization Dies

How Western Civilization Dies

When I saw nurse Kaci Hickox mount a legal challenge against New York’s quarantine law, all that I could do was shake my head in disgust.

When I saw Barak Obama attempt to do the same, it only deepened my absolute revulsion.

It isn’t Ebola that will destroy America, it’s the evil men and women who care for no one but their own foolish greed that will destroy us. In fact, we had better hope that Ebola is as bad as we fear, because if we conquer this threat in such a sloppy way, we will be wide open for when something worse comes along.

And, yes, there ARE diseases that are worse than Ebola.

(Read the rest of the article, here)


TUESDAY – Ebola, Urbanization and the Spanish Flu

Ebola, Urbanization and the Spanish Flu

I’m struck by a thought that I haven’t seen anyone talk about – the effect of urbanization on the spread of pandemics. And, I’m surprised that so little is being said about this.

Yet, it would have been the growth in city population (i.e., urbanization) that had to have been one of the leading causes for why so many died of the Spanish Flu. Those living in cities would have had a dramatically higher chance of dying from the 1918 Flu Pandemic, than those who live outside the cities, on a farm.

Even more interesting is the fact that the Spanish Flu of 1918 was less lethal than Ebola – ‘only’ killing between 10% and 20% of its victims.

(Read the rest of the article, here)


WEDNESDAY – Looking Beyond Ebola

Looking Beyond Ebola

I truly hope that you are concerned about Ebola. Otherwise, you would have to be brain-dead, and that’s not a good situation to be in. The problem is that Ebola is just one of a HUGE number of problems that are almost too much to think about.

This is why, as you look at the future, please consider what ELSE is out there, ready to pounce. These are the Last Days, and the Four Horsemen ride the Earth. Empires will fall, and rise again. Wars and violence will consume the Earth. There will be disease and natural disaster. Billions will die.

And you WON’T enjoy it.

(Read the rest of the article, here)


THURSDAY – The Crude Oil Tug of War

The Crude Oil Tug of War

I think that we can all agree that it takes energy to make stuff. People don’t get very much done when they don’t have enough food to eat. Tractors don’t go very far without fuel. Power plants don’t produce electricity without coal.

And, we’ve run into two problems with energy.

  • More and more people want a share of it
  • We’re having trouble increasing our production of it

Up to now, whenever we needed more energy, we dug a new well or opened a new mine to produce more of it. So, when the Chinese asked for more, we could give it to them. But, that’s not the case, anymore.

(Read the rest of the article, here)


FRIDAY – Will You Worship Satan Tonight?

Will You Worship Satan Tonight?

Tonight is the most important night on the Satanic calendar. Thousands of men, women and children will be murdered tonight, and the vile Luciferians will have made progress in their attempt to defile God’s creation. Of course, the Luciferians have been doing this for thousands of years, so you might wonder why we should be making a fuss over all this.

Well, the problem is that these Satanists are being given help by those who claim to be followers of Jesus Christ. Just as we look for the Second Coming of Jesus Christ, the Luciferians are looking for the coming of their Antichrist.

And, we’re helping them.

(Read the rest of the article, here)


I truly hope that you’ll be ready for this
(That’s a link. There’s not much time left.)

A prudent man foreseeth the evil, and hideth himself: but the simple pass on, and are punished.Proverbs 22:3


If you find a flaw in my reasoning, have a question, or wish to add your own viewpoint, leave a comment on the website. Your input is truly welcome.


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2 thoughts on “WEEKEND SHOCKCAST: A Week Between”

  1. Hi, John. I agree; this week has been one of contemplation of the whirlwind of events swirling about us.

    I’ve also come to some conclusions, for what it’s worth.

    1. The Ebola situation is NOT what we’ve been channeled into believing. Ebola may be the “real deal” in the west African nations experiencing it, but the entity in the U.S. is a “horse of a different color”. Unless there is a TRUTHFUL and unfettered microbiologist “out there” (which means the microbiologist must be a bold and courageous Christian) who is studying what is taking place with the supposed Ebola cases in the U.S., we will NEVER know the truth this side of eternity.

    2. The Islamic State in the Middle East (which I now call the “daesh” after having read a piece on how the French refer to this savage and barbaric collection of cretins) are indeed a colossal pain in the derrière. It appears that those similarly minded sycophants from western nations who flock to participate in their barbarism are even more heinous in conduct that those they’ve come to “assist”. Could the “daesh” muster enough man-power and munitions to make themselves a genuine threat to the U.S.? If they completely conquer a Middle Eastern state which has the requisite resources – perhaps. Other than their slaughter of Christians, I’ve determined to put their evil on the back burner of observations.

    3. What I have decided to really watch is Mr. Putin. Let it be said up-front that I am not a “fan” of Mr. Putin. However, I DO RESPECT his intellect, his acumen, and his patience. The U. S. and NATO have done much to aggravate Mr. Putin, yet he remains focused and controlled. He has quite accurately assessed the devastating impact of U.S. foreign policy on the world. He has consistently upgraded the military preparedness of his nation, in marked contrast to the “son-of-satan’s” continual degradation of U.S. military forces and his outrageous assault on military morality. He has continued to make and strengthen alliances with proclaimed adversaries of the U.S. and the west. He is a passionate patriot, desiring to see the resurrection of “Mother Russia”. And, he has the vast experience afforded him as a former KGB administrator. All in all, a most worthy opponent, one imminently capable of acting upon any cautionary threat he articulates. He’s made more than a few pointed remarks on the nuclear capability of his nation, and his willingness to employ same if provoked to extremes. Personally, I’d listen to the man.

    4. The morass of American culture will continue to strangle itself to death in its depravity. Will our economy collapse? I simply cannot see any way to escape that inevitability. I see our once powerful nation becoming nothing more than an impotent braggart, with all the power of a paper tiger. The sorrow at our fall cannot be articulated.

    So, that’s my week of contemplation, John. I’ve certainly known better times.

    I can only look forward to that city not wrought by human hands, governed by the King of kings and the LORD of lords.

    The LORD be with you, my brother.


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