The Wuhan Virus – Frenzy, Fraud and Foolishness

It has been two days since my previous piece on this, and the con artists continue to come out of the woodwork. And, I am amazed that anyone is still listening to these lying liars. The good thing is that I get to update my list of hoaxers who are trying to twist your mind. It also gives me a chance to show you how to identify a fraud.

I’ve been doing this for 30 years, so I have some practice at this. And, as a professional writer, I know how to turn a phrase ‘this way’ or ‘that way’ to make what I say sound more credible.

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The Wuhan Virus – A Lesson in Hysteria

From where I sit in Taiwan, ground zero for the Wuhan Virus is 1028 kilometers away – or 639 miles. And, with all the businessmen and tourists going back and forth between here and China, we’re at the front lines of this issue. And, we are NOT running around with our hair on fire.

Unfortunately, some people have chosen hysteria over logic.

This presents us with a great opportunity to learn how to be rational, when everyone else is losing their mind.

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WEEKEND SHOCKCAST: A Week Between

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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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.

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WEEKEND SHOCKCAST: Our Sin Runs Through It

As I look back on this week, I see a theme that runs through it – our sinfulness. We have made compromises on the truth. We have compromised our morality. And, we have chosen pastors who do the same.

And, when that happens, God sends strong delusions among us:

And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness.
2 Thessalonians 2:11-12

The word for ‘damned’ is the Greek word, krithosin – or, should be judged. And, THAT is what is happening right now. We are being judged by God.

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