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Jeff Berwick: Systematic Market Crash to Occur on September 13th, 2015!

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10 comments to Jeff Berwick: Systematic Market Crash to Occur on September 13th, 2015!

  • Travis

    This is the day I have in my calendar.

  • Gnostic

    Makes sense, Sept-Oct is harvest time for the Jewish plantation owners, they want their plantation money back.

    RIP- Bobby Fischer (Genius)

  • Dante

    Yes, it’s plausible to base the crash, at least to an extent, on the Shmita, but I wouldn’t go out on a limb as Jeff and others are doing and etch it in stone. Plausibility doesn’t mean definitive, and many a name has been tarnished over the years with failed crash predictions, not to mention PM price predictions (another fools game).

    It’s not IF, it’s WHEN, but outside of that, why do some feel the need to micromanage the future? Relax and watch it unfold, but BE READY.

  • Gnostic

    To me it only proves how the Elite Jews have the ability to influence the thinking of the masses, They create our reality starting with the magick of the bible & right down to Hollywood.

  • Silver Shield

    I love how people hate the Jews but then buy into this Shemitah BS.

    When this debt bubble collapses it will not be some spooky, religious phenomenon.

    Or benevolent bankers doing God’s work.

    It will be cunning men shearing the sheep.

    Focus on the individuals and collectivist organizations that profit off of this debt and death.

    Walk away from their game forever with real tangible wealth, productive skills and real friends.

    • Gnostic

      I don’t think people hate the Jews, more like, they love to kiss their hind parts, Everything else you said is spot on.

    • Dante

      If there’s any legitimacy to the Shmita, it will not be supernatural, as you say. Those pulling the strings will merely be fulfilling man-made doctrines that they have chosen to follow for the purpose of capitalizing on the moment. I would harken to say that the same applies to biblical prophesies, including (or especially) the Book of Revelations.

      • Gnostic


        Sorry to say, it does apply to bible prophesy, especially the book of revelations which was not included into canon until centuries after the 1st councel of Nicea in 325 AD.

        • Dante

          You won’t make many friends telling people that, especially evangelicals!

        • Jerry


          You state that the book of the Revelation was not included in the canon until centuries after the First Council of Nicea in 325 AD. Why do mention the First Council of Nicea since it had nothing to do with deciding which books should be included in the canon of Scriptures? The first historical reference listing the exact 27 writings in the New Testament is in the Easter Letter of Athanasius in 367 AD in which he used the word “canonized” in regards to them. While there was no single council early on that decided that all 27 writings were Scripture, most of the writings were accepted as Scripture by the mid-4th century and all were widely accepted as such by the 5th century. This includes more specifically the book of the Revelation.

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