“Shemitah” also just reached the New York Times Best Seller list, placing at 6th, just over a week after release.
“The Harbinger,” and “The Isaiah 9:10 Judgment,” the documentary movie version of the teaching that inspired the book, introduced readers to the Shemitah (pronounced shmee-TAH), or Sabbath year, and how it relates to the attacks and collapses that America experienced in 2001 and 2008.
But, “The Mystery of the Shemitah” goes further – much further. In his research, the author has found patterns throughout the history of America and the world that line up with the Shemitah, which he explains in the new nonfiction book.
In the US alone, total credit market debt stands at over $57 trillion and is doing its damnedest to continue expanding exponentially. Since simple math shows us that this debt level cannot be supported, the key questions to ask at this stage are:
Will the unsupportable debt disappear via default, or inflation?
And very important:
When these debts do disappear, who will take the losses?
There is no way to understand whether Obama is succeeding or failing, Sowell says, unless you know what he is trying to accomplish. If his goal is to protect American interests, “he has been a monumental failure.”
Ah, but what if his goal, his mission, his purpose is NOT to “protect the safety and interests of the United States,” but to weaken her and make her more vulnerable? If that is his target, he is a screaming success.
If you start from the assumption that Barack Obama wanted to advance America’s interests, this is truly an unbelievable record of failure. But what is there in Obama’s background that would justify the assumption that America’s best interests are his goal?