The Fall of America
America’s Loss of Friendship
2 Rev. Ch. 12 (Bible) prophesies of America under the worst names that could be given to a human being: serpent, snake, Satan, devil, and the deceiver of the people of the earth. Therefore, the Black man is warned in Rev. 18:4, “…Come out of her, my people…” This scripture warns the Black man to give up Babylon, which is a symbolic name, meaning America. America has tormented the Black Man. Now a tormentor is after her. The Divine Tormentor, says that we should not be partakers of the divine torment coming against America from Allah (God) Who came in the Person of Master Fard Muhammad, to Whom praises are due forever. This means, “separation.” We must separate ourselves from America so that we will be saved from the stroke of the Master Who Is God Himself. Allah (God) is whipping America with all kinds of calamities.
3 I have been writing for many years that America must be punished for her evil done to her Black once-slaves, who are so-called free-slaves now, and who continue to suffer the same, or worse, punishment under the children of the white slave master, than their white fathers imposed upon our Black fathers under servitude-slavery.
4 America has not only lost and is still losing friendship all over Asia and Africa,…but she is now losing friendship right here with her next-door neighbors, Central and South America.
5 The manner — the ill-treatment and dislike with which they received the President’s Fact-Finding Committee — made it seem as though they should have been on the other side of the earth. Steps had to be taken to protect their physical self in a country which is right next-door to America.
6 However, the scripture must be fulfilled; they shall eat America’s bread and burn her body with fire.
7 I quote from Rev. 17:16, “And the ten horns which thou sawest upon the beast, these shall hate the whore…and shall eat her flesh, and burn her with fire!” The ‘horns’ here are a symbolic reference to Central and South America (America’s satellites).
8 This means that America’s gifts and what-not will be accepted, but this does not mean that America has bought their sincere friendship. They will take all the gifts which America offers, but still this does not mean that America has their heart.
9 America is careful not to give any help to her Black once-slave for four hundred years to do something for themselves. America wants to keep her Black slave tied while she watches their movements.
10 If we go to her asking America for a territory so that we can live to ourselves, she turns a deaf ear to us. We helped America for four hundred years, in every respect as though we were one-half owners of the country. We have gotten nothing in return but beatings, cheatings and shootings down on the highway.
11 If we think that there is a God of Mercy (and there is One)…should we not think that He will sympathize with the poor Black slave to receive justice from his master?
12 The Black slave helped to make America rich. Would Allah, (God) be silent forever? Being the God of Righteousness and Justice, would He not take to Himself the work of aiding the poor Black people against their evil oppressors?
13 America wants everyone to help her bemoan all of her set-backs but when she causes others to fall…breaks up the countries of other peoples and destroys their independence and freedom, she laughs and prides herself as doing a great thing. She puts her feet upon their economic neck and destroys their independence as a nation.
14 All this now returns to America. The little nations are now awake. They had looked for true friendship from America but instead America deceived them.
15 Again, I repeat, the Bible prophecy…”As thou has done, it shall be done unto thee.” There is no friend for America. Also it is written in the Bible, “In the day of thy fall, none shall help thee….”
16 Why? Because you, America, have been and are an aide of the destruction and fall of other peoples. So who should help you in the day of your fall? This is what Allah (God) wants to bring home to America through His prophets.
17 The Holy Qur’an refers to America in this kind of prophecy: “When her doom comes there will come one calamity after another.” As soon as she thinks she is getting over the sore made by a previous calamity, another will attack her.
18 America is undergoing all that is prophesied against her. It is nothing new. It is well-known.”——–ELIJAH MUHAMMAD!……….NO LOOK AT THIS
BRASILIA — Brazil has set a deadline for French manufacturer Dassault to finalize its bid for a multi-billion-dollar fighter jet contract, also increasing pressure on competing offers by Swedish and US firms.
Dassault has until September 21 to “formalize before the Brazilian Air Force a commercial proposition for the Rafale fighter jet consistent with the parameters set by French President Nicolas Sarkozy,” the Defense Ministry said in a statement late Friday.
Lula has already indicated that Dassault is positioned to win the contest to supply the air force with modern fighters that will bolster his country’s ambitions to become Latin America’s preeminent military power.
On Monday, Lula and Sarkozy issued a joint statement announcing that Brazil’s official negotiations to buy 36 of Dassault’s Rafale jets would begin, without however ending the tender process.
Despite agreeing that Dassault’s technology transfer plans seem ambitious, some analysts have objected to the package’s price, which a French presidency source estimated at seven billion euros (10.2 billion dollars).
The Brazilian president, who wants his country to become one of the 21st century’s big powers, has been adamant that Brazil must acquire the specialized knowledge to build its own independent defence industry.
“President Sarkozy is the only president up to now who has told me he not only wants to transfer the technology to Brazil, but also build the plane in Brazil and let our country have the option of selling to all Latin America what will be built here,” Lula said.
“Now we have to see if Dassault can show the same flexibility as Sarkozy.”
In 2005, Washington prevented Brasilia from selling 24 of its Super Tucano turboprop patrol planes to Venezuela because they contained US-made components, increasing Brazil’s wariness of US controls on the export of sensitive military technology and software.
Sarkozy also took on “the commitment to offer Rafale aircraft at competitive prices that are reasonable and comparable to those paid by the French armed forces,” the Brazilian Defense Ministry said.
Lula stressed that “if someone wants to make a better offer (than France), let them do it. That’s the way negotiations work.”
The September 21 deadline also applies to the two sidelined rival bidders — Boeing of the United States, offering its F/A-18 Super Hornet, and Sweden’s Saab, with its Gripen NG — which the Defense Ministry said were invited to submit proposals “seeking to match the French.”
Boeing and Saab have already indicated they want to improve their offers, according to the Brazilian Air Force. Saab and the US embassy said in statements this week that they had agreed to transfer key technology.
The air force’s technical evaluation prioritizes technology transfer, weapon systems domain, local industry involvement and commercial supply.
“One thing is sure: we want a transfer of technology and to build the planes in Brazil,” said Lula, stressing he had the final say in the decision.
“The air force has the technological knowhow to make the evaluation, and it will do so,” he added. “But the decision is political and strategic, and it’s up to the president of the republic and no one else.”
Last December, France sealed a deal to sell Brazil five Scorpene attack submarines and 50 military helicopters — and the associated technology — for 12 billion dollars.
The equipment will be manufactured in Brazil and involve technology transfers. Paris, meanwhile, has said it plans to purchase 10 KC-390 military transport aircraft, which Brazil’s Embraer aims to develop in a joint project with France.
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QUITO — Ecuador’s prosecutor office has accused Chevron of “interference” in the country’s legal system after the oil giant denounced an alleged “politicization” of the judicial system.
Chevron faces claims it is responsible for damage in the Amazon rainforest caused by oil extraction between 1964 and 1990 by Texaco, a company it bought in 2001. Experts estimate that Chevron could be liable for damages of up to 27 billion dollars.
“Chevron’s whimsical view that… there is government interference and politicization of justice is a grotesque and abusive interference in the Ecuadoran justice system,” Attorney General Washington Pesantez said in a statement Thursday.
Chevron said earlier that there was “interference” from the Ecuadoran government in the case as well as the “complete politicization of the judicial system.”
The statement came after Pesantez sought action through the US Justice Department for possible violations of US federal law over Chevron’s actions after the company released videos allegedly showing politicians paying off the judge in the high-profile environmental case.
“US federal law punishes any US citizen or entity that commits corrupt acts abroad, which Chevron may well have done,” his office said in a statement.
The US oil giant denied making the videos and said Ecuador was trying to deflect attention from the facts of the case.
One week ago Chevron posted on its website videos it said showed members of President Rafael Correa’s ruling Alianza Pais party promising a three-million-dollar “commission” to Juan Nunez, the judge presiding over the case, if he hands down a verdict against the oil giant.
The videos provoked a firestorm and rebuttals by government officials, and prompted Nunez to ask to recuse himself from the case.
Chevron’s release of the footage, shot on hidden cameras, came shortly before Nunez was expected to announce his verdict on the case in October.
Pesantez defended the investigation that the prosecutor’s office has begun surrounding Chevron’s accusations, and added that the court in the northeastern province of Sucumbios, where the case is being handled, “will take the related decisions independently.”
Meanwhile Ecuadoran prosecutors “will act with diligence and not fall for the chicanery that Chevron is allegedly creating,” the statement added.
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