AS EACH PASSES AND MORE REVELATIONS ARE REVEALED WE ARE PUT IN A PRECARIOUS SITUATION. THAT IS….REALIZE AND ACCEPT THE FALL OF ENGLAND ALONG SIDE AMERICA OR FALL WITH THE BOTH OF THEM.
IT IS NOW EVER SO CLEAR THAT THE DOOM OF ENGLAND IS TIED WITH THE DOOM OF AMERICA. THAT IS ONE OF THE MAIN REASON THAT BRITAIN GOES ALONG WITH THESE UNJUST WARS OF HEGEMONY PROSECUTED BY AMERICA.
I WILL CONTINUE TO POINT OUT THE FACT THE MESSENGER ELIJAH MUHAMMAD POINTED THESE FACTS OUT LONG BEFORE ANY OF TODAY’S PROGNOSTICATORS EVER WOULD ‘VE DARED.NOW WE SEE HIS WORDS IN EXACT FULLFILLMENT: ”
The strong-hold of the American government is falling to pieces. She has lost her prestige among the nations of the earth. One of the greatest powers of America was her dollar. The loss of such power will bring any nation to weakness, for this is the media of exchange between nations. The English pound and the American dollar have been the power and beckoning light of these two great powers. But when the world went off the gold and silver standard, the financial doom of England and America was sealed.
The pound has lost 50 percent of its value. America’s dollar has lost everything now as power backing for her currency, which was backed by gold for every $5 note and up. All of her currency was backed by silver, from a $1 note up.
But today, the currency of America(& ENGLAND) is not backed by any sound value – silver or gold. The note today is something that the government declares they will give you the value in return, but does not name what the value is. But they definitely are not backing their currency with silver or gold.
This is the number – ” NOW WE ARE FACE TO FACE WITH THOSE ABOVE WORDS,
Britons waiting outside unemployment center
The cuts in public spending could directly affect public sector staff in the local government, police and schools by 15%, with CIPD suggesting the majority of staff likely to lose their jobs will be women in part-time work or on low wages, since they make up a large proportion of the public sector workforce.
“There is little prospect of real wage growth on average throughout this period and ongoing real wage cuts in the public sector,” CIPD chief economic adviser Dr. John Philpott warned.
“This will present a major challenge to a government that aims to reduce the deficit while also alleviating poverty, enhancing social mobility and mending a broken society,” he added.
“Although tough fiscal medicine is unavoidable and may boost the UK’s long-run economic growth and job prospects, reliance on cuts in public spending rather than tax increases as the primary means of cutting the deficit makes the short-term outlook especially bleak for those individuals and communities already suffering the greatest hardship in society,” Dr. Philpott concluded.
Meanwhile, the general secretary of the Trade Unions Congress, Brendan Barber, asserted that, “The risk of a double-dip recession across the UK as a whole is growing – and is now a near certainty in those regions that were worst hit by the recession. The net result could well be that the deficit is hardly dented as tax receipts fall and benefit spending grows.”