Once every 7 years, the Jews observe Shmita. The holiday lasts 1 year, as the Jews measure it.
>The sabbath year (shmita; Hebrew: שמיטה, literally "release"), also called the sabbatical year or shǝvi'it (שביעית, literally "seventh"), or "Sabbath of The Land", isthe seventh year of the seven-year agricultural cycle mandated by the Torah in the Land of Israel and is observed in Judaism.
>During shmita, the land is left to lie fallow and all agricultural activity, including plowing, planting, pruning and harvesting, is forbidden by halakha (Jewish law).
>Other cultivation techniques (such as watering, fertilizing, weeding, spraying, trimming and mowing) may be performed as a preventive measure only, not to improve the growth of trees or other plants."
It's a coincidence that we are talking about global food/fertilizer/energy shortages during a holiday, based on forbidding agriculture and it's also a coincidence that Ukraine, the "bread basket of europe" is invaded during this holiday.
>All debts, except those of foreigners, were to be remitted."
It's just a coincidence they forgave student loans during Shmita, and it's also just a coincidence that the global markets are never allowed to pump during it.
Continued in 2nd post . . .