Nation of Islam leader and prominent antisemite Louis Farrakhan led chants of “Death to America” and claimed that “America has never been a democracy” on Sunday during a solidarity trip to Iran, ahead of the re-implementation of US sanctions on the country this week.
Farrakhan, perhaps the most notorious black supremacist in America, has a long history of antisemitic statements. Most recently, he referred to Jews as “termites.” –Algemeiner
While Louis Farrakhan may seem like the leader of a terror cult to most of the world, Democrats in America have a history of embracing the anti-semitic, anti-white mouthpiece for the Nation of Islam.
According to MyAJC – In 2005, while Barack Obama was an Illinois Senator, he posed for a photo with the black supremacist hate preacher. The photo was hidden for 13 years, out of fear that it would affect Barack Obama’s political career.
On August 31, 2018, during Aretha Franklin’s funeral, former President Bill Clinton shared the stage with Louis Farrakhan and race baiters Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson.
On stage in front at Aretha Franklin’s funeral are Min. Louis Farrakhan, Rev. Al Sharpton, Rev. Jesse Jackson, and former president Bill Clinton https://t.co/FOic3yqVw8 #ArethaHomegoing pic.twitter.com/ClQOPuU6Jt
— Niraj Warikoo (@nwarikoo) August 31, 2018
During his November 4, 2018 visit, the anti-semite hate preacher was caught on video leading a “Death to America” chant, while criticizing America’s sanctions against Iran.
Algemeiner reports: According to Iran’s semi-official state news agency Mehr, Farrakhan said at a meeting with the Secretary of Iran’s Expediency Council Mohsen Rezaei that America is conspiring against Iran.
“I understand how the enemies have plotted against the Iranian people and I would like to stay alongside you to stop their plots,” he said.
He also blasted American support for Saudi Arabia, Iran’s arch-rival in the region, and added, “Satan seeks to divide Muslims and wants them to kill each other, while God tells us in the Quran to be united.”
Farrakhan has referred to Jews as the “synagogue of Satan.”
In his remarks, he condemned the new American sanctions on Iran that will take effect on Monday. “Today, I warn the American government that sanctioning Iran is a big mistake,” he said.
In addition, he stated that African-Americans are part of Iran’s Islamic revolution.
According to Iranian news outlets, including Tasnim News Agency and Islamic Republic of Iran News Network (IRINN), he also spoke to students at the University of Tehran law school and fulminated against Israel, praised women’s rights in Iran and the Islamic laws demanding they cover themselves. He claimed, “America has never been a democracy and has always leaned towards the wealthy and powerful class.”
At the end of his talk, Farrakhan led the chanting of the common Iranian refrains “Death to Israel” and “Death to America,” and was joined by members of the audience.
Audio and video from his appearance show him speaking the Farsi words for “death to,” which sound like “marg bar.”
“America hates when you say, ‘marg bar Israel.’ Am I saying it right?” asked Mr. Farrakhan, flanked by Iranian officials, at an appearance before students and media.
Several people in the audience corrected his pronunciation. He then said “marg bar” twice, to which they answered “America” and “Israel.” The crowd laughed as a smiling Farrakhan then shouted, “Okay!”
Democrat Representative Maxine Waters (CA), who’s spent the last year calling President Trump a “racist” and demanding his impeachment, can be seen traveling across the room to embrace the anti-semite, hate preacher, Louis Farrakhan. So far, not a single Democrat leader, including Maxine Waters and former President Barack Obama, have spoken out against Farrakhan’s treasonous behavior in Iran, the world’s number one sponsor of terror, where he called for the death of America.
Washington Times – Does that mean he led a chant? The Iranian television announcer thought so, saying in Farsi, “Listen to the leader of the Nation of Islam chanting ‘Death to America,’” although Mr. Farrakhan did not say “America.”
“I asked a question about how to pronounce the chant in Farsi during my meeting with Iranian students and an examination of the video shows just that,” said Mr. Farrakhan. “My point was to engage students in a talk about what gives a nation perpetuity versus that which undermines and destroys a nation.”