Here’s one link about the Shemitah exposed https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOZKCEKSRv8
The publisher states, ‘An event with profound implications takes places September 2015. A 3000 year old mystery called The Shemitah’. It is based on the seven year cycle where something occurs which profoundly changes the World, for example, September 11 2001 and the 2008 Financial Crisis and it’s purported we are due for something in September 2015. Perhaps something extra large because 2015 occurs on the 49 year cycle (7 x 7 year cycle) called the Jubilee year.
I remember many warnings like these were published before 1/1/2000 and in 2012, but nothing occured and we are already into late September, so it would seem to be just another hoax based on an ancient superstition. What doesn’t seem such a hoax, at least not to me, there does seem something large looming. An economic crash and civil protests, the likes that most of us have not experienced, could be imminent. The recent freefall of the Chinese stockmarket and the over-valued American currency could lead to a world-wide financial meltdown in coming days/months. Of course I hope I am wrong, but the signs do seem to be there. It may also just be the pessimist in me – ‘when have you ever felt anything good is going to happen’?
The first link here includes the jawdropping 60 minutes report about Chinese realestate bubble.
The link below is by Paul Mladjenovicwho who describes that a world stockmarket crash will occur in months.
This message by Ron Paul also describes that things are mirroring the conditions that existed in 2008 except much worse. This link is focused more on the American currency.
I do not offer to be an expert on financial markets, so I put it to you the well-informed motley WordPress crew – what do you think of all of these claims? I thought it would be interesting to gather a sense of where you think we are heading, financially, economically and military speaking given the current state of world affairs? A broad subject, I know, but an intriguing one none the less.
There does seem to be an above average recent outpouring of doomsday type messages from otherwise fairly respectable persons about an impending crisis, that being a financial one.
Politicians will always be retiscent to reveal the true nature of a negative economic situation for obvious reasons. Remaining optimistic is essentual to building economic growth and sustaining confidence in markets. I suppose if I look at my own concerns a little closer, it was the newly elected (although some may scorn my choice of wording there) Prime Minister of Australia Malcolm Turnbull whose interview on the 7.30 report made me sit up and take notice. He was so particularly positive about the state of the economy, which is probably every leader’s modus operandi that you might not think to notice, but it was just the way he was pushing it so hard that left me slightly baffled. Otherwise, I commend him on his honesty. Haha