Everyday as we live we live to see more and more vindication for Elijah Muhammad. The world is waking up to the truth that he told. Now world leaders are openly stating things that Muhammad taught that was considered racists by white America as he told us the truth of America and her policies.
Just as he stated….” She alone is to be charged with being the cause of the troubled world and people today.
America loves meddling into other people’s affairs. She just cannot stay out of other people’s business, whether they be a two-cents worth soap-box teacher or presidents and kings of countries.”–pg.115(TFOA)
Other nations now recognize this. North Korea is openly stating that it is America’s policies which lie at the root of the troubled world today. Sounds familiar huh?
North Korea says the US should reverse its “hostile policy” toward Pyongyang before holding any possible talks with Pyongyang, amid escalating tensions between the two sides.
North Korea’s Deputy UN Ambassador Kim In Ryong said on Friday that the US is “the root cause of all problems,” adding that the Americans had gestured toward dialogue, but what was important “is not words, but actions.”
“The rolling back of the hostile policy toward the DPRK [the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea] is the prerequisite for solving all the problems in the Korean Peninsula. Therefore, the urgent issue to be settled on the Korean Peninsula is to put a definite end to the US hostile policy toward the DPRK,” he added.
Kim’s remarks came less than a week after Choe Son-hui, the deputy director general of the Department of US Affairs at the North Korean Foreign Ministry, said Pyongyang would hold dialogue with Washington “if the conditions are there.”
US President Donald Trump warned last month about the possibility of a “major, major conflict” with North Korea over its nuclear and missile programs but later reversed course, saying he would be “honored” to meet the North’s leader, Kim Jong-un, under the right conditions.
Seoul and Washington have expressed concerns over Pyongyang’s missile and nuclear programs, which North Korea says serve to defend itself against US aggression.
Tensions on the Korean Peninsula have significantly heightened in the past several weeks. Washington, concerned by Pyongyang’s rapidly-developing missile and military nuclear programs, has sent a strike force to the peninsula. The North has said it is combat-ready. The two sides have recently traded a barrage of military threats.
Amid the recent tensions, the US has called on China, which is also North Korea’s major economic benefactor, to help increase pressure on Pyongyang to abandon its nuclear program. While China has opposed any military action against North Korea, it has long maintained that the North should not have a military nuclear program and has recently increased pressure on Pyongyang by imposing sanctions of its own.
Pyongyang, already under a raft of sanctions for its missile and nuclear programs, says it is developing arms as deterrence against possible US aggression. North Korea has also said it would not abandon its missile and nuclear programs unless the US ends its hostility toward the North.
The United Nations Security Council imposed its first array of sanctions on Pyongyang in 2006 and has boosted the so-called deterrent measures in response to the country’s five confirmed nuclear tests and a pair of long-range missile launches. The North has already threatened to conduct a sixth nuclear test.