In this handout photo taken from video released by the Russian Defense Ministry Press Service on Thursday, Aug. 25, 2022, Russian Malka artillery systems fire from an undisclosed location in Ukraine. (Russian Defense Ministry Press Service via AP)

“For behold, the day cometh, that shall burn as an oven; and all the proud, yea, and all that do wickedly, shall be stubble: and the day that cometh shall burn them up, saith the Lord of hosts, that it shall leave them neither root nor branch.”—Malachi, Chapter 4:1 (Bible)

War in Ukraine is not subsiding and hostilities involving America in Europe and the Asia Pacific are heating up. Dangerously in the mix are threats and brandishing of nuclear armament. In Asia, the U.S., South Korea, and Japan conducted joint war-games after North Korea flew 12 warplanes near its border with South Korea on Oct. 6, prompting the South to scramble 30 military aircraft in response, Seoul officials said.

The incident occurred hours after North Korea fired two ballistic missiles into the sea in its sixth round of missile tests in less than two weeks. Analysts say the tests were in protest of America returning her nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan to the Sea of Japan.

Meanwhile, the U.S. on Oct. 7 imposed sanctions on people and firms in Asia accused of helping North Korea procure fuel in violation of UN sanctions. Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control targeted two people and three firms from Singapore, Taiwan and the Marshall Islands, reported the Associated Press.

South Korea Koreas Tensions

“The United States will continue to enforce multilateral sanctions and pursue the DPRK’s sanctions evasion efforts worldwide, including by designating those who support these activities,” said Brian Nelson, the U.S. Treasury DepartmentsUnder Secretary for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence, reported AP. 

The nations are inching closer to the brim of destruction, and the manifest fall and breakup of White world supremacy is becoming clearer say observers.

“White world rule is over,” said Dr. Wilmer Leon, political commentator, and radio host.

“That’s what this is all about, the unipolar control of the United States; the West is now having to yield to the multipolar control … led by China, Russia … the Global South, and Iran,” he explained.

The West is doing everything in its power to avoid the rearrangement. “But it can’t avoid it. It’s inevitable, and we’re on the front end of it now,” noted Dr. Leon.

As trouble engulfs the Earth and leaders are perplexed about a pathway to peace, a “wider view of the Best Knower” to understand the events of the time and their endgame is being given. In his illuminating book, “The Fall of America,” the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad, the Eternal Leader of the Nation of Islam, wrote such events bear witness to the end of White world rule, the fall of America, and the establishment of the Kingdom of God.

Ukrainian soldiers fire, on the front line in the Kharkiv region, Ukraine, Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2022. (AP Photo/Andrii Marienko)

Many years of warning and guidance was extended to the nations of the world, particularly America, by the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad and his top student, the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan. Both men explained the upheaval is the transitioning of an “old world going out” and a “new world coming in.” Ironically, peace is spoken among the peace-breakers at global forums like the United Nations, but never attained.

“How can we expect peace where the method used to bring about peace is the same method that started the war—instead of finding a right solution and then practicing the right solution?” asked Mr. Muhammad.

In virtual remarks to the “Nubian Leadership Summit VI,” on Sept. 24, Minister Farrakhan was direct in what is being witnessed. “The Honorable Elijah Muhammad said that this is a fire fed with fuel and the fire is the war, and the winds of war are blowing, and the war will spread throughout Europe and engage the world, and the United Nations cannot stop it,” he stated.

 “An old world is going down and going out and God is bringing a new world in. And in the midst of all of that, here we are rising,” he added, referring to Black and oppressed people of the world.

Minister Farrakhan also warned upon the outbreak of the Russia-Ukraine conflict that there would be severe ramifications to America and the world. Like his teacher, the Minister has taught often about the prophesied “war to end all wars,” referred to in biblical scriptures as the “War of Armageddon.” The world is in trouble, the Minister cautioned earlier this year in Chicago during his Saviours’ Day 2022 message, “The Swan Song.”

In this photo provided by the Ukrainian Emergency Service, rescuers work at the scene of a building damaged by shelling in Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine, Thursday, Oct. 6, 2022. (Ukrainian Emergency Service via AP Photo)

“The war that Vladimir Putin started in Ukraine is going to spread and America is going to be drawn into a war in Europe. Listen to your brother. The Honorable Elijah Muhammad taught me about this,” the Minister stated.

Threats of possible nuclear strikes increasing

Sabre rattling continues and the threat of the possible use of nuclear strikes is growing. In recent media interviews, Ukraine’s President Vladimir Zelensky said Russia’s President Vladimir Putin is preparing his country for the possibility of nuclear strikes but stated he does not think it will occur.  

Speaking on Oct. 6 before the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee Reception in New York, President Biden was blunt in his assessment. 

“Let me put it this way.  Think about it: We have not faced the prospect of Armageddon since Kennedy and the Cuban Missile Crisis.  We’ve got a guy I know fairly well; his name is Vladimir Putin.  I spent a fair amount of time with him.  He is not joking when he talks about the potential use of tactical and nuclear weapons, or biological or chemical weapons, because his military is, you might say, significantly underperforming,” said Mr. Biden.

“It’s part of Russian doctrine that they will not—they will not—if the motherland is threatened, they’ll use whatever force they need, including nuclear weapons. I don’t think there’s any such thing as an ability to easily lose a tactical nuclear weapon and not end up with Armageddon,” the president added.  

A TV screen shows a file image of North Korea’s missile launch during a news program at the Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea, Sept. 29.

In recent weeks, Mr. Putin signed a decree appropriating Zaporizhzhia, Kherson, Luhansk, and Donetsk regions of Ukraine. Along with annexing the lands, Mr. Putin restated warnings about using tactical nuclear weapons in the conflict. Despite a referendum by the people in the areas to separate from Ukraine, the U.S. and her allies in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) rejected the land grab as illegitimate. They slapped more sanctions on Russia and added more military aide to Ukraine. Incendiary rhetoric continued on all sides.

“I want to remind you that our country also has various means of destruction … and when the territorial integrity of our country is threatened, to protect Russia and our people, we will certainly use all the means at our disposal,” Mr. Putin cautioned Sept. 21. “It’s not a bluff,” he added.

Peace, resolution is far and distant

As Ukraine’s benefactors America and NATO persist, in what is widely viewed as their proxy war, pouring billions of dollars and resources into the fight, President Biden promised another $625 million to Ukraine, prompting more warning from Moscow that such a move risked a direct military collision between Russia and the West.

In September, during the United Nations General Assembly, Russian allies China and India called for a negotiated end to the Ukraine war.

“China supports all efforts conducive to the peaceful resolution of Ukraine crisis. The pressing priority is to facilitate talks for peace,” said Foreign Minister Wang Yi. “The fundamental solution is to address the legitimate security concerns of all parties and build a balanced, effective and sustainable security architecture,” he said.

Mr. Wang called on the warring countries to “keep the crisis from spilling over” and from affecting developing countries.

India, which holds historical military ties with Russia and has relations with America, also called for negotiations. “We are often asked whose side we are on,” said Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, India’s foreign minister in remarks in September.

“Our answer, each time, is straight and honest—India is on the side of peace and will remain firmly there,” he said. “We are on the side that calls for dialogue and diplomacy as the only way out.”

Several months shy of one year, prospects for a negotiated settlement appear to be floundering. No serious efforts were made since failed talks in April led by Türkiye, formerly known as Turkey, occurred.

Strained relationships among U.S. allies

Europe is paying a hefty price for joining at the hip with America by way of domestic suffering and regional insecurity. Since the conflict unfolded earlier this year, America and its NATO allies have postured unity. But the war added weight to an already unraveling situation.

Analysts have told The Final Call America and European powers find themselves in a “real predicament” finding a way to maintain global White supremacy. The alliance is not as cohesive as they purport because Europeans are suffering as it relates to gas and inflation in being incredibly high.

“When White folks in Europe start getting cold and getting hungry …  asking their leadership, now we’re following the United States down this rabbit hole for what?” asked Mr. Leon.

European leaders are bemoaning America as a “trickster” in the crisis.

The U.S. and other “friendly” gas-supplier states have been profiting from the worsening energy crisis in the EU, Germany’s Economy Minister Robert Habeck told German press on Oct. 5. 

“Some countries, including friendly ones, sometimes achieve astronomical prices [for their gas]. Of course, that brings with it problems that we have to talk about,” Mr. Habeck said. He called for more solidarity from Washington when it comes to assisting its energy-pressed allies in Europe.

“The United States contacted us when oil prices shot up, and the national oil reserves in Europe were tapped as a result. I think such solidarity would also be good for curbing gas prices,” Mr. Habeck suggested.

America is starting to alienate itself. While America double-crosses European powers, she is being played by Saudi Arabia and the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) which now includes Russia in the OPEC + group. The cut two million barrels of oil per day from production targets, or two percent of global supply. The timing of the cuts is potentially damaging for America, coming nearly three months after Mr. Biden’s failed Middle East trip of fist bumps, empty promises in Jeddah with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

Washington envoys traveled to Saudi Arabia to implore the kingdom not to cut the oil taps, days before OPEC’s move. Roger Diwan, a veteran OPEC watcher at S&P Global Commodity Insight, told The Financial Times the move marked a “weaponization of oil.” 

America is the number one economic and military power among the nations. In previous messages, Minister Farrakhan warned America’s destruction is by God’s decree like ancient Rome and Egypt, because of arrogance and refusing to right her record of injustice at home and abroad. But her ruin will serve God’s purpose.

“America! You are ‘the king of the hill’: All the nations fear your great power; and that’s what makes it even more difficult for you to submit,” he said during Part 57 of  his“The Time and What must Be Done” lecture series in 2013.

“But in any case, God is present; and He raised you up, and made you the greatest nation on Earth, that through you, the world that did not know Him might come to know Him, believe in Him, and submit to Him. Thus, the beginning of a brand-new world would come into existence,” he said. (Final Call staff contributed to this report.)