Farrakhan: Trump, ISIS Are Signs God is Sending Plagues Down on America

While promoting the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March this October 10 in Washington, D.C. in a interview with “The Rock Newman Show,” Louis Farrakhan, leader of the Nation of Islam said that Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump wanting to make America great again and the success of ISIS are both signs God is judging the Untied States and, “The battle is on and the plagues are coming down on America.”

Farrakhan said, “God is present today. They need to be afraid. I’m talking to the CIA, the FBI, the IRS, the U.S. government. You need to be afraid today because the God of justice is present now. That’s why he said vengeance is mine. The battle is not yours, the battle is the Lord’s and God has come.  The battle is on and the plagues are coming down on America. I’m not afraid. But you need to be, and especially when you see what’s coming up, because as a man soweth the same shall he also reap. And when you have done the evil that you have done to us and done it to others, did you never think that there would come a day when you would have to pay for all that crap that you have done?”

“Thomas Jefferson said it right, brother. He said, I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just and that His justice can not sleep  forever. Well his justice has awakened and all over the world, the nations are turning against America. America the great is falling right before our eyes. And that is why Trump is saying we got to make America great. How? When?  Again, because she is not great today. People are not afraid of her. ISIS and ISIL over there, they want America to send some troops back so they can send them back in body bags. People are not afraid. The world has taken enough of America’s evil. So death is sweeter to some than continuing to live under white supremacy and under tyranny.”

He continued, “Have we been treated fairly? Have woman been treated fairly? Have the soldiers been treated fairly? Have the Native Americans been treated fairly? Have the Mexicans been treated fairly? Have the people overseas under American foreign policy, have they been treated fairly? I don’t think so. I know they haven’t. Justice, he said, is the greatest principle of law that distinguishes  between what is right and what is wrong. Have we been treated with justice in America?”

“Have the Native American been treated with justice? Have the Palestinians been treated with justice? Why is their revolution brewing in every country on the earth? The young are rising against their governments. I know where justice is but the justice you got to worry about today is what  Elijah Muhammad said, ‘justice is the weapon God will use in the day of judgement,’ which is right now.”

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