(excerpt from “The Beginning of The End“)
The Blessed Messenger صَلَّی اللّٰہُ عَلَیْہِ وَسَلَّمَ prophesized that a time would come when money would be excessively circulated. Never before has the Ummah witnessed such figures in circulation as we do in the modern age. The Bretton Woods System has ensured that people get ripped off on a daily basis so as to serve the agenda of the elite.
The subject of the excessive circulation of money is far too large to cover in a particular segment of a book on eschatology and requires its own title to be published in order to reveal the reality of this prophecy. A basic look at the ‘Superpower’ of this age, and its excessive circulation of money will suffice at this juncture to reveal the truth of the words of the Messenger صَلَّی اللّٰہُ عَلَیْہِ وَسَلَّمَ.
The preferred method here would be to expose their excessive spending sprees by their very own journalistic research so as to avoid any repercussions at later stage. The following is an excerpt from an American news agency,
“Before 1998, Israel received annually $1.8 billion in military grants and $1.2 billion in economic grants. Then, beginning in FY ‘99, the two countries agreed to reduce economic grants to Israel by $120 million and increase military grants by $60 million annually over 10 years. FY ’08 is the last year of that agreement, with military grants reaching $2.4 billion (reduced by an across-the-board rescission), and zero economic grants. Then, in August 2007, U.S. and Israeli officials signed a memorandum of understanding for a new 10-year, $30 billion aid package whereby FMF will gradually increase, beginning with $2.55 billion in FY ’09, and average $3 billion per year over the 10-year period.”
When we consider that whilst the U.S.A claims to be the yardstick of measure for a true secular state, that they prefer to aid Israel with billions of dollars in tax payers’ money, whilst neglecting the poverty stricken people and homeless within the U.S.A. as the following information explains,
“According to the most recent report on income and poverty published by the U.S. Census Bureau, 2013 saw the first decrease in the nation’s poverty rate since 2006. The Bureau’s September report, based on the 2014 Current Population Survey’s Annual Social and Economic Supplement, put 2013’s official poverty rate at 14.5 percent, down from 15 percent the previous year, but still 2 percentage points higher than in 2007, the year before the most recent recession. With 45.3 million people in poverty, 2013 was the third consecutive year in which the number in poverty at the national level was not statistically different from the previous year’s estimate.”
It is quite clear that we are living in a most deceptive age. It is an age whereby the money of locals is utilized to fund mass killings of innocent people at the cost of increase in poverty and starvation for the ‘greater good’.
Once again, the realities of the prophesized signs are far too clear to ignore, but alas, the majority of humankind are negligent of the signs (10:92)
 Washington Report on Middle East Affairs, November 2008, pages 10-11.
The United States Conference of Mayors Hunger and Homelessness Survey – A Status Report on Hunger and Homelessness in America’s Cities A 25-City Survey / December 2014