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Kill Whitey!
Posted by: Dale Franks on Wednesday, November 29, 2006

An idea whose time has come.



We'll never run out of whack-jobs, apparently.
 
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How did this One Man with the One Idea get past the retinal scanners and racial profiling and DNA banks by the murderous White People who are monitoring His People? I mean, I’m part of The Problem on the Planet and I’m outraged!
 
Written By: OrneryWP
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WOW...
 
Written By: josh b
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What the hell?

This guy actually gets a forum for this? Maybe I’ll rethink my stance on hate speech.
 
Written By: meagain
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This guy actually gets a forum for this?

I’m guessing that you are paying for his soapbox with your tax dollars.
 
Written By: Aldo
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You Crackers gotta problem with this?
 
Written By: Joe
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Where’s Borat on that one?
 
Written By: Sean
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Wouldn’t this speech be illegal in Canada, France, UK, and most other western countries?

How ironic that the United States is one of the few countries allowing him the freedom to hate based on color of skin.
 
Written By: ChrisB
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I actually wrote about this more or less the day he said it, over a year ago. Since that post didn’t get converted, I’ll offer some of it here for conversation:
Think about what would happen, were I to say:


"We have to exterminate Black people off the face of the planet to solve this problem. ... So we just have to just set up our own system and stop playing and get very serious and not be diverted from coming up with a solution to the problem, and the problem on the planet is Black people."

I’d be shouted off the Blogging world... and denounced by passerby. The News media would get involved at report on the white racist, and how ’he’s a Republican, too, and has even dared to support George W. Bush in the past."

So, enter Kamau Kambon, an author who teaches North Carolina State’s Africana Studies program. who said on Oct. 14 during a conference at Howard University in Washington:

"We have to exterminate white people off the face of the planet to solve this problem. ... So we just have to just set up our own system and stop playing and get very serious and not be diverted from coming up with a solution to the problem, and the problem on the planet is white people."


So, where is the outcry about this racist? Nowhere to be found, except in the ’sphere, I’m afraid.

Even my own reaction is somewhat muted because idiots like this keep popping up with some regularity. Twenty years ago, back in the BBS days, I’ve made a big deal out of this story as told and linked by the Lovely Michelle. I’d have done so because of the time it was almost unheard of that anybody who skin was black could be considered a racist. To even think of a black person as a racist was about as welcome in our public discourse as a fart in church.

These days however, the concept is somewhat more generally accepted and certainly less argued about in public, so, stories like this generally don’t make as much of the splash anymore. This is unfortunate because the lack of complaints tends to suggest an acceptance of this kind of nonsense. The problem is, how many times can you write the same thing over twenty years and not lose a little impact on the topic?

But at least, there’s been enough of this kind of incident over the last twenty years however to start picking up some patterns… disturbing ones.

John Sanders over at Carolina Journal puts up a couple of interesting facts about this professors history that I didn’t know. For one thing, he’s apparently part of a black studies program at North Carolina State University.

This is interesting, because it points up something that I’ve started noticing over the last five are six years. When black extremist racists show up in the news of late they are either part of the government, or else there teaching at some state school . This apparently is no exception, as John points out.

We’ve seen professors of black studies going off the deep end before and remarked about it. However, we have never addressed the issue of what it is about black professors in black study programs that engenders this kind of antisocial, racist, and behavior.

There seems to me a question of sympathies involved here. The question further involves what kind of background the teacher has and what kind of political outlook they have going forward. Is there something about black study programs that attracts these kinds of people? In short, must one be an extreme leftist and black racist activist to teach a black studies program at the college level? Such Programs do seem to attract more than their share of this type of individual. But why?

By way of comparison, I daresay we can have studies surrounding world war two without having the teacher be a former leader of the Third Reich. Similarly, we can study the former USSR, without the need of a Stalinist teaching the course. Yes, I know that’s going to raise some higher among some of my black leaders… the comparison of black studies teachers to Stalinists and Nazis. But what kind of behavior would you call using a professorship at a state run college or anything containing unnamed college, to call for the extermination of an entire race, if not totalitarian?

Certainly, we have studies of politics and events within the United States with, I suppose, the vast majority of the teaching staff not being sympathetic to America its causes, its values, and its goals. That last, perhaps is another topic unto itself. Or, is it?

The pattern that we’re seeing here is one that is much larger than simply racial, and certainly not focused on black studies alone. Our arguments have always been not about race, but about culture. The fact of the matter is, they always have been.

I raise the issue of studies of politics and events within the United States and how such are taught at colleges and universities, to point out a pattern… a pattern that is of a kind with the call for the extermination of the “white race"... the prevalence of animosity towards the United States, and Western Culture in general that’s being taught our young people in our supposed of higher learning.

I mentioned yesterday about the amount of static coming from the far left, (And, the resulting political scramble) over the burning of a couple of Taiban rader bodies in Afghanistan a few days ago. It strikes me as interesting and revealing, that the people screaming the loudest about this event, are the very same people whom I was speaking of yesterday when I said:

The problem is, these high minded fruit flies don’t have the foggiest idea what reality is based in, not a clue what the reasoning behind it was and thereby have no idea how what morality is regardless of what they consider to be moral or immoral.

In spite of all the blithering on and on about people coming out of school being able to think for themselves and question everything, the fact is that all these numbskulls are doing is, predictably, mouthing the anti-American crap they’ve been taught. The reason that these people are so blind as regards the history of this country and the basis of its morality is because that’s what they’ve been taught, by the very places that were supposed to equip them to further both themselves and the society as a whole. Instead, they’re crippling it with socialism... because that’s exactly what they’ve been taught to do. Even more frightening is the idea that what they’re being taught isn’t getting better... it’s getting worse.

I have often enough said that the biggest crime in this country has been to use the power of government in an attempt to force of bedrock change in its culture. The pattern being discussed here shows is clearly that that effort has not been lessened. The left is still using the power of government, including its educational institutions, in its attempt to force bedrock change in the culture. This results in the occasional stepping over the line by the purveyors of that Anti-American, anti-Western philosophy. Thus the stories like the one under discussion today.

At least part of the solution, of course, is the removal of government from the educational process. However the first task, I think, is identifying and correctly are reacting to the anti- American and anti western goals of the left.
 
Written By: Bithead
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I agree that this is disgusting and frightening.
I don’t agree that it’s easy to fix.

You blame the ’government’ for everything, and for you, the problem is solved. But the government, it’s us.

What would be the reaction if private schools sprang up embracing hatred of some kind - of gays, or Muslims, or Jews, or Arabs or all non-Evangelicals? At least, government schools are easier to monitor.

In the meantime, the white supremacists still have their yearly march, I understand.

I’ve often wished that there was a way to prohibit all public hate speech. But for the life of me, I can’t see how. Regulate, and they just go underground. And how do you realistally distinguish between free speech and incitement to violence? There are overt statements and there are insidious and subtle statements that have an equal effect. Any yardstick sounds like the ’I’ll know it when I see it" definition of pprnography. But who will do the seeing and the knowing?

Teaching from a patriotic point of view, sounds good, but it crosses so easily into a rose colored glasses approach. The rebels of the Viet Nam era became rebels, in part, when they discovered for the first time that there was more to the American story than the heroes of traditional history books. For this to work,there would need to be a real blend of realism and acknowledgment of the sins of the past with the positive developments achieved.

And I can just imagine the political fights over what is realism and what is self-hatred! To question is not the same as to hate, but, already, in this post, there is a blurring of the dvision between the two.

The problem is obvious. The fix is not.


 
Written By: Laime
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The problem is obvious. The fix is not.
Sure it is... Appointment me King or President for Life. Man oh man this gets easier every day.
 
Written By: Joe
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What would be the reaction if private schools sprang up embracing hatred of some kind - of gays, or Muslims, or Jews, or Arabs or all non-Evangelicals? At least, government schools are easier to monitor.
We already have plenty of Saudi funded madrassas. I haven’t seen much of a reaction.
 
Written By: Jordan
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We already have plenty of Saudi funded madrassas.

At least, government schools are easier to monitor
 
Written By: Laime
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What would be the reaction if private schools sprang up embracing hatred of some kind - of gays, or Muslims, or Jews, or Arabs or all non-Evangelicals?

The libertarian answer would be a boycott. Anyone sending their children there, gets no one’s business. Anyone providing supplies, gets no one’s business. It’s your money spend it where and on whom you please.
At least, government schools are easier to monitor.
Are they? What does your school district teach in Social Studies/Civics/History about the era 1945-72? And if it’s objectionable or wrong how easy is it to change the curriculum and/or the instructor(s)?
 
Written By: Joe
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"The libertarian answer would be a boycott. "
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You would be loath to do that if a particular school was preaching your kind of hatred!
 
Written By: Laime
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At least, government schools are easier to monitor
What about home schooling?

Even if all the schools were monitored so that hatred wasn’t preached, how on earth would you stop parents from teaching it to their children???
 
Written By: steverino
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You would be loath to do that if a particular school was preaching your kind of hatred!
Your Point? Of course I wouldn’t participate, if my brand of hate was being preached, BECAUSE IF I BELIEVE, IT AIN’T HATE. I mean is that NOT obvious? YOUR "school" teaches Hate, MY School teaches the Truth. The point was/is THE REST of the community could boycott.

Of course if 50% and 1 of the community are sending their kids there, new flash: IT AIN’T HATE! Just like the phrase goes "if it prospers, it isn’t Treason." It becomes "Community values."
 
Written By: Joe
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Where have you all been? This is not new.

But you know when some agree with this and Ann Coulter has brought the bell curve, you wonder.

 
Written By: VRB
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"The point was/is THE REST of the community could boycott."
-If my child wasn’t a student in that school, how would I know what goes on? Who would be in charge of giving the boycot alert?
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"if it prospers, it isn’t Treason." It becomes "Community values."

-Okay, then there’s no problem. This guy was just expressing his community’s values. I see.

Now, if only he’d been smart enough to avoid being recorded and had done his rant in a private sxhool with no outsiders present, this whole problem would never have come up.

Am I relieved! It turns out there is no hate, it’s just someone else’s truth.
 
Written By: Laime
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"What about home schooling?"

Good point, Steverino.
Ain’t democracy grand?
 
Written By: Laime
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Now, if only he’d been smart enough to avoid being recorded and had done his rant in a private sxhool with no outsiders present, this whole problem would never have come up.
EXACTLY or alternatively, in a private setting, it could be filmed and then you’d have to mobilize the "community" to combat the "hate." Unlike currently you know where Ann Coulter is hate, and so the University can take steps to curb hate and promote diversity...In short, it become incumbent upon YOU to generate some heat and guess what if no one else cares, well you go home disappointed. That’s called "Life." Just because YOU care or I care doesn’t mean ANYONE will or EVEN OUGHT TO. An unpleasant lesson to learn, but one that life teaches and one we all need to learn. You can’t just go to the School Board and say, "I object. Do something." YOU or I actually have to put effort in explaining the problem, and mobilizing broad-based community support. And if we do a poor job of it, then our boycott fails. Oh well, it happens. Again, it’s Life, we don’t always win or get a medal for participating.
Am I relieved! It turns out there is no hate, it’s just someone else’s truth.

Glad to be of service...ANOTHER important life lesson. PoMo’s carry the concept too far, but the liberal ideal says that within certain broad constraints, that your TRUTH, may or may not be MY Truth and in fact, could be "Hate", in my view.

And that you have EVERY right to your Truth/Hate, so long as it does not discommode me in any major way. In short, the US Constitution has no guarantee against High Blood Pressure and Apoplexy. The CPUSA has every right to their beliefs and every right to express them and I have NO claim against them even though they make my blood pressure spike at 190/130....The same goes for Ann Coulter or the founder of the Minutemen.
 
Written By: Joe
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Ain’t democracy grand?
Heh heh, no it ain’t - that’s why we have a republic, not a democracy.

But Joe’s 100% right.
 
Written By: looker
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This is the perfect example of the projection by Laura in the previous thread when she belched out her claim that we’d have to ban Republican campaign commercials because they advocated killing Americans. Moron.

People like this are why I’ll ALWAYS have guns.
 
Written By: SDN
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This is the perfect example of the projection by Laura in the previous thread when she belched out her claim that we’d have to ban Republican campaign commercials because they advocated killing Americans. Moron.

People like this are why I’ll ALWAYS have guns.

WHAT People? Rather, WHICH people(s)?
 
Written By: Joe
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People like this are why I’ll ALWAYS have guns.


Yet another reason to stock up on XM193. And maybe some 7.62 NATO ball as well . . .

 
Written By: Don
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JOE,
You are so reasonable, that I’m forced to agree.
Still, I wish, wish, wish that life were otherwise and that blood pressure medicine wasn’t so expensive.

Can I sue hate mongers and the makers of negative campaign ads for endangering my health?
 
Written By: Laime
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Can I sue hate mongers and the makers of negative campaign ads for endangering my health?


You can try...BUT they have deep pockets and can afford great lawyers. Except for the hate mongers, usually they have nothing, and so you get nothing when you win.
 
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