“Our Saviour Has Arrived
Old World Going Out;
New World Come In
1 the Old World of mischiefmaking and bloodshed is now on its way out in order to make room for the new world of Righteousness and Peace.
2 For the past 6,000 years we have had to live in an evil world that was designed to destroy the peace of man and to shed his blood.
3 All around the earth, there has not been one section of the world in which the Original Man has been or where he now lives that has not been touched or ruled by the evil of gods of the old world.
4 The God of Righteousness and peace, today, has Made His Appearance to Take to Himself the Rule of the Nations under the government of Peace, Freedom, Justice, and Equality.
5 Allah (God) Seeks to separate the evil from the good and the good from the evil. He Declared Himself as Coming to Seek and to Save the Black Man (so-called Negro) from his kidnappers (the white race).
6 Allah (God) Came to unite and Restore the Black Man again to his Own and Bless Him with the rule of the Nations of earth, as declared by the prophets, Abraham, Moses, and Jesus.
Fall of Ancient Babylon
7 In the Fall of Ancient Babylon Jer. 50:46, “At the noise of the taking of Babylon the earth is moved, and the cry is heard among the nations.” here the Bible teaches us and we see today, at the fall of the old world, there is a great noise of war, the fighting of war, the destruction of nations, towns, and cities and the killing of their citizens. There is disagreement and confusion of the heads of nations.
8 It is a very dreadful time that the populations of the earth are now living in. This is the time of the destruction of a world. It is not to be compared with the destruction of an organization or a few towns as it was in the days of Noah. The destruction today is the destruction of a whole world. The prophets could not have given us a better picture of what we may expect today than the picture of what took place in the fall of ancient Babylon.
9 The Earth, land, and sea are set in battle array. Every type of deadly weapon is fashioned and is now being used against man and man. See Holy Qur’an Chap. 30:41. There cannot be any peace for man under these conditions.”—–ELIJAH MUHAMMAD
“World markets fall after weak US consumer report
By JEREMIAH MARQUEZ (AP) – 12 hours ago
HONG KONG — Global stock markets dropped Wednesday as more signs American consumers were struggling undermined hopes for a stronger turnaround in the world’s largest economy.
Major Asian markets fell by about 1.5 percent or more, with European shares shedding about 1 percent in early trade. Oil prices dropped below $79 a barrel, while the dollar weakened against the yen.
The losses followed another choppy session on Wall Street, where an unexpected drop in consumer confidence gave investors few reasons to venture further into a market that’s run massively higher in the last eight months.
The news was the latest evidence that U.S. shoppers, their budgets tightened by the economic crisis and rising unemployment, aren’t likely to return to their spendthrift ways anytime soon. It was all the more unsettling in Asia, coming ahead of the vital Christmas holiday season, when major export companies rely heavily on Americans to increase their spending on electronics, toys and other goods.
“The figure sparked worries that U.S. consumer spending in the crucial Christmas season will be stagnant. Investors are now bracing for very weak retail sales in the upcoming season,” said Masatoshi Sato, market analyst at Mizuho Investors Securities Co. Ltd. in Tokyo.
As trading opened in Europe, Britain’s FTSE 100 fell 1.1 percent, Germany’s DAX was off 0.8 percent and France’s CAC-40 shed 1 percent.
In Japan, the benchmark Nikkei 225 index lost 137.41 points, or 1.4 percent, to 10,075.055. Hong Kong’s main index retreated 408.01, or 1.8 percent, to 21,761.58.
Elsewhere, South Korea’s Kospi dived 2.4 percent, to 1,609.71, leading the declines in Asia. Australia’s market fell 1.4 percent, Taiwan’s market lost 1.6 percent and India’s Sensex benchmark fell 0.6 percent.
China’s Shanghai index recouped its losses to close up 0.3 percent,
Among stocks, the Hong Kong shares of U.S. casino giant Wynn Resorts Ltd. plummeted more than 7 percent after the company said net income fell in the last quarter amid a weak market in Las Vegas.
In the U.S. overnight, stocks ended a volatile session mostly lower as worries about U.S. consumers overshadowed evidence that home prices were starting to recover.
The Dow rose 14.21, or 0.1 percent, to 9,882.17. The broader Standard & Poor’s 500 index fell 3.54, or 0.3 percent, to 1,063.41, while Nasdaq fell 25.76, or 1.2 percent, to 2,116.09.
U.S. futures pointed to more losses on Wall Street. Dow futures were down 12, or 0.1 percent, at 9,823.
The mixed signals about the scale of recovery in the U.S. economy weighed on oil prices, with benchmark crude for December delivery lower by 66 cents at $78.90 a barrel in Asian trade. The contract rose 87 cents to settle at $79.55 on Tuesday.
In currencies, the dollar fell to 91.28 yen from 91.79 yen. The euro fell to $1.4789 from $1.4809.
Associated Press Writer Shino Yuasa in Tokyo contributed to this report.
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