crazy black professor wants white people exterminated

<p>"Activist and bookstore owner Dr. Kamau Kambon, who taught Africana Studies 241 in the Spring 2005 semester at North Carolina State University spoke live on cspan."</p>

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<p>Whooo-wee. Anyone see the whole thing? Context?</p>

<p>When was that on? I can't believe NC State hasn't issued some kind of statement about it.</p>

<p>He's not listed as a current faculty member in the Africana Studies program:
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They ought to take issue with linking him to NCSU in any way.</p>

<p>Reverse the roles and the media would be crucifying the man and it would get nonstop coverage on CNN, FOXNEWS, and MSNBC. i hope this bastard burns in hell! I also hope that the losers who clapped also burn in hell. Hell if I even started a thread on CC that said we need to exterminate black people, I would probably be banned for life. Blacknificent books can also burn in hell! Until NC State fires this man and he gets charged with a hate crime and inducing panic, I will no longer root for the Wolfpack in any sporting event and classify the university as racist against whites.</p>

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<p>Unfortunately, he is linked with NC State; but it looks as though he wasn't a full or tenured professor there. Since this speech, which occurred in late 2005, the university issued a denunciation.</p>

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<p>Stilll....what a disturbing fellow. Apparently anti-Semitic as well as he endorsed the book "The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion". This racist book is a true example of the how harmful 'conspiracy theories' can become....
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<p>(btw...immediately after the 2005 speech occurred, there was quite a bit of media coverage, admittedly mostly through conservative outlets. google Kamou Kamon for more.)</p>

<p>..and they say the media isn't oriented LEFT</p>

<p>Any white person who taught ANY courses at a university with a statement suggesting exterminating blacks - would have been ABC, CBS, NBC, and CCN HEADLINE news for weeks - including marches by Rev Jesse, Al Sharpton and dozens of other groups</p>

<p>Yet this occurs - and we hardly hear about it until a year later</p>



<p>half the courses or more at most universities are taught by non-tenured assistant, associate, visiting, or other categories - this attempt to discount his connection to the university is nonsense</p>

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<p>"The course Kambon taught at NCSU in the spring of 2005, Africana Studies (AFS) 241, is listed in NCSU's Registrations and Records as "Introduction to African-American Studies II," a three-credit-hour course described as “Second in a two semester sequence in the interdisciplinary study of sub-Saharan Africa, its arts, culture, and people, and the African-American experience.”</p>

<p>A visiting professor at NCSU since 2003, Kambon has also taught AFS 240 at the university. AFS 240 is “African Civilization,” described as: “An interdisciplinary study of centers of African civilization from antiquity to the 1960s. Such centers include ancient Egypt, Nubia, Axum, Ghana, Mali, Songhai, Kilwa, Malinda, Sofola, Zinzibar and Monomotapa.”</p>

<p>A spokesman for NCSU told Carolina Journal that the school currently has no listing of Kambon as a professor. As of this writing, however, Kambon is listed on the faculty web page for Africana Studies as affiliated faculty."</p>

<p>"immediately after the speech occurred, there was quite a bit of media coverage, admittedly mostly through conservative outlets"</p>

<p>more proof the major print and broadcast and cable left media didn't WANT to cover it</p>

<p>^if you click the faculty link, Kambon is no longer there....BECAUSE he hasn't worked for NC State since June of 2005 (see the NCSU denunciation). Still gotta wonder about the lapse in judgement in hiring him in the first place.</p>

<p>The real issue is how a visiting professor at North Carolina (yes he was an actual professor who taught courses for credit) - is able to go on C-span and propose that the white race be exterminated, get applauded by the crowd at Howard University, and somehow this doesn't become a story worthy of national coverage on ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, TIME MAG, NEWSWEEK, NY TIMES. WASHINGTON POST, BOSTON GLOBE -and the other dozen or so major print, cable, or broadcast media</p>

<p>I cannot find any coverage using the search engines for this story with national media</p>

<p>Instead a year plus later via the web site Youtube -it finally becomes a story - but still swept under the rug to the degree possible by the same media entities</p>

<p>It's classic proof of major media left wing bias</p>

<p>tell it bob jones university, citation x</p>

<p>Not only one of the last, if not last university to admit blacks, it only married black students until 1975. They FORBID interracial dating until 2000! They run an anti-Catholic ::: "
For instance, Jones, Jr. once said that Catholicism was "not another Christian denomination. It is a satanic counterfeit, an ecclesiastic tyranny over the souls of men....It is the old harlot of the book of the Revelation—'the Mother of Harlots.'" All popes, Jones asserted, "are demon possessed." In 2000, then-president Bob Jones III referred, on the University's web page, to Mormons and Catholics as "cults which call themselves Christian."[26] Furthermore, in 1966, BJU awarded an honorary doctorate to the Rev. Ian Paisley, future British MP, leader of the Democratic Unionist Party, and Moderator of the Free Presbyterian Church of Ulster, who has referred to the Pope as a "Roman anti-Christ."
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<p>Keep in mind Bush spoke there and Reagan pressured the D of Justice to drop cases against Big Jerk University. Maybe if people like this weren't supported by a government , there wouldn't be people wanting to exterminate whites.</p>

<p>misterflyer - not that I disagree with you, but 'redirect' is a weak argument. Or as my Granny used to say 'two wrongs don't make a right'. </p>

<p>Citation is right; Mel Gibson got a lot more heat in the mainstream press than Kamau Kambon and I doubt it was the celebrity factor since Kambon's remarks were carried on CSpan.</p>

<p>NC State and Raleigh are about 25 miles from Duke. I wonder how much the the circus going on there helps to feed this man's paranoia. Of course, the subject of the broadcast was nominally the victims of Katrina and his beliefs probably were well formed before events of the last few years.</p>

<p>I don't think it's a "liberal" stance to decide not to give some idiot racist crackpot as little media attention as possible. </p>

<p>It sounds like he lost his job and a substantial amount of credibility, which is what I'd expect of any educator, of any race, who argued for the extermination of a people. If he had not suffered any consequences for his behavior, then yes, I suppose I'd welcome some media coverage so that people could take appropriate action against his employment, credibility, or popularity. But otherwise, I don't find the rantings of a nutcase particularly newsworthy.</p>

<p>If you honestly believe that this man is dangerous (i.e. he is actually influencing people to rise up and exterminate whites), you should be less concerned about who is covering his nonsense statements, and more concerned about what law enforcement is doing about it. As for me, I don't choose to take him seriously.</p>

<p>Maybe he should apply for a position at the other learning institution down the street. :)</p>

<p>I think the African American Studies chair recently left for greener pastures.</p>

<p>P.S. THIS IS A JOKE !</p>

<p>Brodhead is probably making him an offer as we speak!</p>

<p>(also a joke---I hope!)</p>

<p>I live in NC--can't believe I never heard anything about this on local news even.</p>

<h2>"I don't think it's a "liberal" stance to decide not to give some idiot racist crackpot as little media attention as possible."</h2>

<p>Obviously someone in the mainstream press decided that the drunking ravings of a conservative Catholic movie star was more 'newsworthy' and important than the stone cold sober rantings of a member of academia on a public forum such as CSPAN. That's worth wondering about, imho.</p>

<p>Frankly, I don't think the guy is dangerous...I'm comforted by the fact that the room was practically empty of willing audience members. But, hearing even one person applaud his comments turns my stomach.</p>

<p>I'm a little irked that UNC-CH, where my d is a student, gave this guy a forum for his anti-Semitic nonsense; but at least they included quite a few links to legitimate sources that effectively made him look ridiculous.</p>

<p>I think this article deals pretty effectively with people like this guy.</p>

<p>**“The long history of slavery and Jim Crow set the stage for African Americans to suspect an AIDS conspiracy, and, for many, evidence of other plots clinches the case. Two episodes famously surfaced in the 1970s: Tuskegee, where government researchers withheld syphilis meds from unsuspecting black southerners, and COINTELPRO, an FBI program that surveilled and harassed black radicals. Equally disturbing facts came out in an August 1996 piece, later partly retracted, which suggested a CIA role in allowing crack to be sold in LA's South Central to profit Nicaraguan contras. A June 1998 San Jose Mercury News Los Angeles Times article documented germ-warfare techniques planned against South African revolutionaries, including Nelson Mandela. [my note - I think this was where SA whites met to try developing a biological agent that targeted only blacks.]</p>

<p>”As one woman said at an LA town meeting convened by Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) after the Mercury News piece ran, ’Black men are in jail for selling drugs the CIA brought to our community the same way they brought the guns here for us to kill each other. If they don't get you that way, government doctors will stick you with AIDS. One way or another they'll destroy us.’</p>

<p>”The sister's not alone in her thinking. According to a 1999 study funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), one out of four African Americans surveyed said that they believed HIV was created by the U.S. government to eliminate blacks. That study echoed the findings of an earlier one by the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, which found that 54 percent of blacks surveyed viewed HIV testing as a ploy to infect them with the virus. Look at those numbers and the truth stares back: Belief in conspiracies is far from fringe.” (from The Secret Plot to Destroy African Americans
by LeRoy Whitfield <a href=""&gt;**&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>History affects us, even history that took place centuries ago. If we do not take care to face this, then in an age of increasing nuke proliferation, open borders, superbugs, and terrorism, we are going to make Mike</a> the Server’s dream come true.</p>