Louis Farrakhan: Trump Right On Muslim Refugee BanChristoper Menahan | InformationLiberation
Jan. 11, 2016
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During a sit down interview with Alex Jones released in part this morning, Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan said Donald Trump is right on the Muslim refugee crisis and warned America that if the Muslim imports are not property vetted "you could be letting in your own destruction."
"Our government has gone into nations with money from our congress to stimulate the dissatisfied and then arm them against a government that is their government. That's what America did in Libya, that's what they're doing in Syria, and the blow back now is they have created a refugee crisis that is destabilizing the countries in Europe," Farrakhan said.
"When Mr. Trump said 'we can't allow these Muslim refugees into America,' a lot of people were upset with him, but I know, sir, the hatred for America in the Muslim world is building."
"As we told Mr. Bush, 'no Muslim leader could call for jihad and have it stick, no Muslim leader had the power to unite the whole Muslim world, but America's policies will unite those people against the west,' and it's happening."
"In this way, Mr. Trump is wise to vet anyone coming from that area coming to America, because the hatred for America is in the streets now, so if those people are refugees, and America feels 'I got to let 10,000 of them in,' because America created the problem, now, if you let them in and you don't vet them properly, you could be letting in your own destruction."
Farrakhan's comments are a surprising turn considering a week ago he said if Trump becomes president "he will take America in the abyss of hell."
Nonetheless, his analysis of the cause of the refugee crisis is aligned with Trump's who just last week stated "Hillary Clinton created ISIS with Obama."