We’ve had a pause in the Ebola infection rate, and everyone has breathed a sigh of relief and gone back to what they were doing.
It’s a nice feeling, right?
Of course, it’s too bad that feelings don’t matter, because pandemics come in waves, and each successive wave gets bigger and bigger – until it burns out.
However, burn-out only happens when enough people have died, so that there aren’t any more hosts for the pandemic to infect.
Do you want to wait around for ‘burn-out’ to happen?
Right. You aren’t insane.
Unfortunately, the rest of the world isn’t so lucky.
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Ebola – Next Wave, Incoming
I always start out my day with the Drudge Report. It’s my Internet browser’s homepage, and it should be yours, too.
So, after consulting with my most important information source (the Bible), I downed a cup of coffee, turned on my computer and connected myself to the worldwide web.
Here was the first thing that I saw:
Since I’m twelve hours ahead of most you, that headline will probably have changed to something far more dire, by the time you read this. But, that headline isn’t as important as this one:
The link to that article was to the upper left of Drudge, and merely said:
Well, it gets worse, because here is the video within that article:
YouTube shortlink: http://youtu.be/eOp2gF13-pA
As you can imagine, that video didn’t make me feel good. But, I’m afraid that my next information stop didn’t lighten the mood. And, number two on my list is always Steve Quayle’s website.
(You can find sources three-through-thirty,
on the blogroll to the right.)
Of all the links on Steve’s site, this one was particularly important:
Ray Gano made the point that Ebola will follow the same pattern that the Spanish Flu followed in 1918, when it killed millions around the world. If Ray is right, it will be the third and fourth wave of Ebola that will kill the most people. And, we haven’t even finished the first wave, yet.
If there is one thing that has convinced me to treat Ebola seriously, it’s THAT. We deserve this pandemic, along with everything else that will follow it, because we have sinned against God.
Oh, Lord God… forgive us.
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
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