The great commotion of the government and people of America; the civil unrest, insurrection, mental excitement and noisy confusion–there is no action that is being taken, nor can there be any action taken, that would bring the people to a better condition of civil action.

The White American people have practiced evil and injustice to the man in the mud, the Black slave, for so long that they think that there would never be any divine action taken against them for such evil and injustice. But this is what is now affecting–it is the actions of divine justice for the poor man (Black slaves).

Allah (God) in the Person of Master Fard Muhammad, to Whom praises are due forever, has the power and He is using His power on the wicked to bring them to their knees. Allah (God) is the greatest and there is no equal to Him. Allah (God) can take us by our own way of thinking and spin us as though we are a play-toy. We cannot fight a successful fight against Him. He is too powerful. He listens in on our thinking and He is capable of making us to think and to do that which He desires to be done.

The great commotion today is witnessed by the nations of the Earth, for it is America whom Allah (God) is after, for her mistreatment of the poor so-called Negro (Lost-Found Original Black members of their nation). America mistreated and killed her Black once-slaves for sport, but America’s day is drawing to a close and she will not have the freedom to mistreat the Black once-slave much longer. As the mistreatment of the Egyptians practiced against Israel came to an end, so will the mistreatment of the Black slave by White America come to an end.


America has so blinded and made deaf and dumb, the Black man in America, her Black once-slave, that she makes empty promises to the Black slave and he will accept her false promises and forsake the true promises of Allah (God) in the Person of Master Fard Muhammad, to Whom praises are due forever, Who is here offering us heaven at once.

The great commotion will continue in America until this commotion has destroyed the power of opposition.

(Republished  from “The Fall of America,” 1973)