Monday, August 24, 2015

Shemitah Coming Early this Year?

Global markets didn't do so hot today.

I'm not one for conspiracy theories. As I have said before, I have enough trouble trying to understand superficial human behavior and motivations, I can't afford to get lost in vast theoretical labyrinths constructed by Reptilian Templar Plantagenet Rothschilds. However, based upon personal observations, I am willing to believe that about every seven years there is a big risk of an economic downturn in America (I think of it as a reaping), and that sometimes this downturn is godawful. But some take this even further, and believe it is connected to the machinations of that great Jew-boy in the sky.

From Conspiracy Central:

Large numbers of people believe that an economic crash is coming next year based on a seven year cycle of economic crashes that goes all the way back to the Great Depression. 

But there is an additional element to this cycle which makes it even more extraordinary.
As Jonathan Cahn [Oy vey!] has pointed out, this seven year cycle also lines up with the seven year “Shemitah cycle” that we find in the Bible.

For example, on September 17th, 2001 we witnessed the greatest one day stock market crash in U.S. history up until that time.  It happened on the 29th of Elul on the Jewish calendar, which is the day right before Rosh Hashanah. 

That record stood for seven years until the massive stock market crash of September 29, 2008.  That date also corresponded with the 29th of Elul on the Jewish Calendar – the day right before Rosh Hashanah.

Oh dear - whenever we get Jewey-stuff and money too close to each other, it's the gentiles that are going to get taken to slaughter. But is it supernaturally ordained? Or is it some Jewish conspiracy ? Or is it some form of mass hysteria? Or is it just coincidence? Or is it just incompetence? Is this happening on purpose, or is it accidental? Consider this article: Wall Street ‘experts’ have missed every stock market crash in 20 years

A majority of economists polled in early 2008 failed to predict the biggest recession in 70 years, even though it had already begun. All the experts at the International Monetary Fund completely failed to predict the financial crisis as well.

Now consider what this Wall Street expert had to say: Siegel says Dow could still hit 19,000 despite stock rout

Jeremy Siegel [Oy vey!], a finance professor at the Wharton School, said near-term trading could be "very rough" but that once the current storm passes the fourth quarter could be "very good.

Artist's Depiction of Jeremy Siegel

Riiiiight. So you goyim, keep shoveling your money into a losing market and when you're done, your friendly neighborhood kikes will be there to pick up the pieces. Happy Shemitah!


  1. I know your not one to believe in conspiracies, but the conspiracy to destroy the white race by the elite of the west has become so open and obvious one would hesitate to call it a conspiracy anymore.

    1. Hello William,

      I appreciate your comment, and request you indulge me while I run with a train of thought it provoked. My thought is that whether or not this is a conspiracy, the reaction to it must be the same. The following is not directed at you, but to our movement:

      If a family invited a gang of lowlifes to come live with them, and this vermin stole their possessions, molested their children, and beat their hosts savagely, who do you blame? Before you answer, consider that this family supports laws that would have you thrown in jail if you said anything disparaging about the lowlifes who just savaged them.

      Oh, but the family were brainwashed, or conned, or indoctrinated by an evil conspiracy - they didn't know what they were doing!

      Fine - but these brainwashed people are just as dangerous to your well being as the lowlife vermin are to their well being, so why are you sharing your home with them? You can see that their compassion is misplaced, but can you see that your own is also misplaced? What difference does it make if they are part of a conspiracy, or victims of a conspiracy, or just disgracing themselves through their own actions? They are still an incredible danger to you, and you are fools to do anything to save them.

  2. I should have checked the article for authenticity first it doesn't appear to be genuine, I apologize as it was not with intent. This however does appear to be genuine based on the research I have done.
    This is not the first time he has made such statements either.

    1. It is no problem. I do not doubt there are both kikes and Whites who would love to see the White race bred out of existence. I've been hearing their "future, one brown race living in harmony" crap since I was a kid in the 1980's. Such thinking is only possible from closeted racist leftists, who don't have clue about both the racism and colorism prevalent in non-White cultures.

  3. In regards to your response to my first comment, I largely agree with you and I am certainly not foolish enough to try to save them. However, well I agree with you that whites are responsible for their actions so are others(jews). Here is an analogy I use to better make my point. Suppose a woman lives in an area were there has been a number of rapes recently. One night on her way home she goes to enter the elevator where she works and notices a man in the elevator, yet despite being aware of the recent outbreak of attacks she lets her guard down and enters the elevator any way. Upon the door to the elevator closing the man attacks her. Well I wouldn't consider the woman entirely blameless as she has control over her own actions and decided to enter the elevator anyway despite being aware a rapist is on the lose, I wouldn't hold her entirely responsible either as she only has control over her own actions. What the man in the elevator decides to do or not do is entirely up to him, no one has control over his actions but himself. Suppose as well that this woman is of a race that has lower crime rates than the race of the man who attacked her and starting at a very young age she was told that noticing such things would be an act of hate and to feel less safe around men of other races would be an act of hate as well which played a role in the weakening of her self preservation instincts. Such incidents have happened were whites have been attack and said the reason they let their guard down was because they didn't want to seem racist.

    In regards to your view on conspiracies in general I happen to agree with you insofar as not everything under the sun is a conspiracy, however there have most certainly been legitimate conspiracies throughout history. Renaissance Italy's history is filled with conspiracies the most famous of which would be the assassinate of Guiliano di Medici and the attempted assassination of Lorenzo di Medici. Another authentic conspiracy would be the entry of the United States into WWI.
    There is also the MK ULTRA program conducted by the US government.

    1. You always make good points William, and given the situation you described, surely the woman is not the only one at fault. However, she also does not pose any risk to you, unlike the Whites in my example, who open the doors to the non-White invaders and will have you put in prison should you criticize said invaders! At the point that victims will become one's tormentors, their victimhood should cease to be one's concern.

      You are certainly correct their have been conspiracies, but all it takes is an overactive imagination to turn Lorenzo di Medici into part of the plot of Assassin's Creed II - with evil templars, and magic apples from an ancient alien civilization.'s_Creed_II#Plot

  4. I agree about whites who are a threat to us. I have never been much for social media but since starting a twitter account and communicating with like minded whites it's helped a lot. I feel more loyalty and concern for these people I have never met than most of the whites I know personally.

    1. Sir, you couldn't have said it better! We exist on little islands in a very big ocean. Finding others who have reached the same conclusions is, in a way, miraculous. Sometimes, while I am at work, I look at the White people around me and think - these people deserve their fate. But, I refuse to let them take me down with them.