Prince of Wales calls for population control in developing world

GREETINGS,

” In ancient Babylon, according to history, during the reign of Nebuchadnezzar and Belshazzar, the Jews suffered under the ruthless law of these two kings against the Jewish God, religion, and people. These two rulers of ancient Babylon disrespected everything regarding the sacred religion and worship of Jehovah by the Jews. They took Jerusalem and captured the nobels of Israel. They raided and sacked the city and the Jews’ house of worship. They made mockery and shambles of all that stood for Jehovah and the Jews.

 They made mockery of the prophets and the sacred vessels that God had King Solomon make and put in the house of worship of the Jews so that they should be sacred.

 Nebuchadnezzar and his nephew (or grandson according to some historians) Belshazzar gave the Jews no honor and no respect whatsoever. Under both of their reigns, God made an example of them to serve as an example of a future people’s opposition and disrespect of God and His people.

 Master Fard Muhammad, Who is Allah in Person, wants to make it clear that He has chosen the American so-called Negroes to be His people. The truth that He gives to them and they, themselves, are sacred before His eyes and the world of the righteous. Showing disrespect to God and His people is inviting the punishment and doom of God.

 A careful observer or seeker of truth of the time and history being made in these times can easily see how well the history of ancient Babylon, its rulers and its people fits in with the histories of the rulers and peoples of America and England.

 America’s enslavement of the so-called Negro and England’s enslavement of people fit so completely with the history of ancient Babylon that it cannot be denied that the ancient history of the Babylonian empire and people was prototypical of America. “—-EXCEPT FROM CHAPTER 33,”THE FALL OF AMERICA”

” And if this teaching, along with what they are suffering from their beloved devils, does not awaken them to the knowledge of the devils, all I can say for them, then is that they are just lost. They won’t be accepted by God nor by the righteous Muslims, with even the name of the devils.”—-(M.T.T.B….pg.106)

“According to the word of Allah (God) and the history of the world, since the grafting of the Caucasian race 6,000 years ago, they have caused more bloodshed than any people known to the black nation. Born murderers, their very nature is to murder. The Bible and Holy Qur-an Sharrieff are full of teachings of this bloody race of devils. They shed the life blood of all life, even their own, and are scientists at deceiving the black people.”—–(M.T.T.B…pg,128)…..

POINT BLANK ,THESE DEVILS WANT US DEAD.THEY WANT US OUT OF THEIR WAY AND THEY ARE UPSET THAT THEIR TIME IS UP .THEY  KNOW THAT OUR WORLD IS ABOUT TO BEGIN THAT IS WHY THEIR BIRTH RATE IS GOINGT LOWER AND LOWER WHILE OURS KEEP INCREASING.

   THEY ARE HITTING US WITH SPECIALLY DESIGNED DISEASES TO KILL US.THEY ARE KILLING US WITH THE POLUTED WATER ,THE TOXIC FOOD,THE CONTAMINATED AIR,THE MEDICAL TREATMENTS AND PROCEEDURES…..THEY ARE AT WAR WITH US AT EVERY LEVEL AND THIS IS WHY WE MUST WAKE UP FAST!!!!!!!!

  LOOK BELOW AT THIS ARROGANT DEVIL.AS LONG AS HIS PEOPLES POPULATION INCREASED AND AS LONG AS THEY WERE ABLE TO RULE AND LIVE ACCORDING TO THEIR ORDER IT WAS ALRIGHT.BUT TODAY HE SEES SOMETHING WRONG WITH THE BLACK NATION GROWING AS HIS NATION OF PEOPLE DIES. I SAY TO HIM…SUCK IT UP!YOUR TIME IS UP!

Prince of Wales calls for population control in developing world

The Prince of Wales has called for greater population control in the developing world and hailed the success of “family planning services” in some countries.

 

By Martin Beckford, Religious Affairs Correspondent
Published: 7:00AM BST 10 Jun 2010

The Prince of Wales has called for greater population control in the developing world and hailed the success of ?family planning services? in some countries.
Prince of Wales called for population control in developing world Photo: MICHAEL DUNLEA

He said more needs to be done because of the “monumental” problems that face the environment as population numbers “rocket” and traditional societies become more consumerist. There needed to be more “honesty” about the fact the “cultural” pressures keep the global birth rate high.

The Prince also said the traditional religious views of the sanctity of life, which are often used to oppose the use of condoms and other contraceptives, must be balanced with the imperative to live within the limits of nature.

His comments, made in an important speech on Islam and the environment, will be seen as controversial within both the green lobby and some religious circles.

Although the heir to the throne is a long-standing champion of ecological causes and the benefits of faith, some believe that Western commentators do not have the right to tell residents of less wealthy nations that they should have fewer children or consume less in order to keep carbon emissions down. Many of the world’s great religions, meanwhile, oppose the widespread use of contraception.

Speaking at the Sheldonian Theatre, in a lecture to mark the 25th anniversary of the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies of which he is patron, the Prince told how the population of Lagos in Nigeria has risen from 300,000 to 20 million during his lifetime.

He went on: “I could have chosen Mumbai, Cairo or Mexico City; wherever you look, the world’s population is increasing fast. It goes up by the equivalent of the entire population of the United Kingdom every year. Which means that this poor planet of ours, which already struggles to sustain 6.8billion people, will somehow have to support over 9 billion people within 50 years.”

He acknowledged that long-term predictions are for a fall in global population but insisted: “In the next 50 years, we face monumental problems as the figures rocket.”

The Prince said the Earth could not “sustain us all”, particularly if a “vast proportion” is consuming natural resources at “Western levels”.

“It would certainly help if the acceleration slowed down, but it would also help if the world reduced its desire to consume.”

Talking about the “micro-credit” schemes developed in Bangladesh, he said: “Interestingly, where the loans are managed by the women of the community, the birth rate has gone down. The impact of these sorts of schemes, of education and the provision of family planning services, has been widespread.

“I fear there is little chance these sorts of schemes can help the plight of many millions of people unless we all face up to the fact more honestly than we do that one of the biggest causes of high birth rates remains cultural.”

He admitted it raised “very difficult moral questions” but suggested we should come to a view that balances “the traditional attitude to the sacred nature of life” with religious teachings that urge humans to “keep within the limits of Nature’s benevolence and bounty”.

Roman Catholics believe it is against “natural law” to use artificial methods to prevent conception while some conservative Muslim scholars teach that birth control is wrong. Condoms are opposed by Orthodox Judaism and some contraceptive techniques are unacceptable to Buddhists.

However the Prince also expressed his view that religion is needed to solve the world’s environmental and financial crises, which he claimed reflect the fact that “the soul has been elbowed out” in the quest for economic profit.

He said the Islamic world has one of the “greatest treasuries of accumulated wisdom and spiritual knowledge”, but lamented the fact that it is now often “obscured by the dominant drive towards Western materialism – the feeling that to be truly ‘modern’ you have to ape the West”.

The Prince said it was a “tragedy” that traditional Islamic crafts are being abandoned, and called upon Muslims to use their heritage to protect the environment.

He concluded that the world is “on the wrong road” and should not be “pigheaded” about refusing to acknowledge that fact, but should instead “retrace our steps” and return to working within nature rather than against it.

It is the first time the Prince has spoken at length about birth control since 1992, when he appeared to include the Vatican among “certain delegations” who are “determined to prevent discussion of population growth”. He spoke about birth control to politicians and community project workers in Bangladesh five years later.

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