Saturday, December 03, 2005

Exterminate white people

I received an e-mail the other day with a video of Kamau Kambon addressing Howard University Law School during “Hurricane Katrina Media Coverage,” broadcast in its entirety on C-SPAN. In the October 14, 2005, address, Kambon said:
"There is only one nigger on the planet. And the nigger that's on the planet is the one that's destroying the water. The one that's polluting the air. The one that's exploiting people and resources. The only nigger on the planet is the white man and the white woman. Our people are not niggers, we are imitation niggers. The one idea is how we are going to exterminate white poeple because that, in my estimation, is the only conclusion I have come to. We have to exterminate white people off of the face of the planet to solve this problem. We need to solve this problem because they are going to kill us ... The problem on the planet is white people"
Kambon's response to the public outcry can be found here.

Bill Bennett's remarks about black baby abortions and crime reduction was all the media rage a few months ago. David Duke was front page news when he ran for election in Louisiana due to his history with the KKK. A few stupid Wal-Mart employees get over-zealous and the company gets media exposure as being racist.

Where is the media coverage of this heinous speech? The Fair & Balanced network is incongruous in its coverage of the genocidal Kamau Kambon. CNN's coverage is even more innocuous.

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  • Video: C-Span coverage of Kamau Kambon's Issues Facing African Americans
  • (complete coverage): "On the eve of the Million Man March 10th anniversary, activist and radio personality Joe Madison joins a forum on the image of Blacks in American media. Black writers and media professionals discuss media coverage of race during Hurricane Katrina. The event takes place at the Howard Univ. School of Law, in Washington, DC."
  • Google Search: Kamau Kambon
  • BlackNificent: "Dr. Kambon has given NO interviews and made no comments since his speech at Howard University. No radio, no phone, no television, no newspaper, no magazines, no journals, no on-line, no private or public media interviews whatsoever. READ THE FIRST AND ONLY TRUE INTERVIEW given to a private community group Sunday Nov. 6, 2005."
  • HUMAN EVENTS ONLINE: "The Vast Left-Wing Conspiracy: Attack on Bill Bennett Was Staged"
  • Independent Conservative - About Kamau Kambon’s comments: "Being a Black Man who attended a Historically Black College (HBCU), hearing Kamau Kambon’s comments was not that much of a shock. Because I’ve been hearing psychotic Blacks speak of 'revolution' in the violent and bloody sense for most of my life. Most Blacks are not psychotic at all"
  • Missing and The Media: "For a missing child to attract widespread publicity and improve the odds of being found, it helps if the child is white, wealthy, cute and under 12."
  • Affairs of a Sordid World: Abortion and crime: "... radio host and former Reagan administration Secretary of Education Bill Bennett dismissed such 'far-reaching, extensive extrapolations' by declaring that if 'you wanted to reduce crime ... if that were your sole purpose, you could abort every black baby in this country, and your crime rate would go down.'"

Sending out Christmas cheer ...

It's the time of year again where the political speech police want to wish us all a 'happy holiday.' Soon, at the pace the ACLU is going, we'll be wishing each other a 'non-sad ambiguous time of year.'

Kevin McCullough needs your help in wishing the ACLU a merry Christmas.
We are excited to be launching the opportunity today...between now and Christmas we are asking you to send the ACLU direct 'Merry Christmas' cards.

And we aren't talking about these generic 'happy holiday' (meaning nothing) type of cards...

Go get as 'Christmas' a Christmas card as you can find... something that says.. 'Joy To The World', 'For Unto Us A Child Is Born', but at least 'Merry Christmas', put some of your own thoughts into it, sign it respectfully and zip it off in the mail to

'Wishing You Merry Christmas'
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Friday, December 02, 2005

More contradictions on global warming

Global warming is a serious issue of conflict among intellectuals, experts, environmentalists and the lay person alike. There seems to be no agreement among any of these groups and arguments continue to develop even among those purported to be environmental experts.

In an article on, Steven Milloy of writes, "... the U.S. isn’t the 'real problem' for global warmers – reality is. First, the available scientific data simply don’t add up to their desired conclusion that humans are harming global climate ... the Kyoto protocol itself has been a colossal flop. European signatories to the treaty aren’t meeting their current emissions reduction targets, aren’t likely to in the future, and are looking for ways out of their commitments."

Environmental pundits are never happy unless we're all miserable. Greenpeace and other leeches want to halt the efforts of Mother Nature. They do this despite scientific fact that the earth is exiting an ice age and no evidence can contradict "that global warming is NOT a normal cyclical trend between periods of global cooling, or that it is caused by CO2 and other so-called 'greenhouse gasses'."

Sure, one day the polar ice caps will completely melt and the earth as we know if will cease to exist. The best we can hope for with such actions as the Kyoto Protocol is the prolong the inevitable.

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