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Dec 9, 2006
I was under the distinct impression genocide was a bad thing, a crime so heinous it did not even have a name until the conclusion of World War II. A crime so great we believed only sovereign states to be capable of, until the Rwandan people showed us how quickly genocide can be accomplished by an angry mob.

Enter Kamau Kambon, a man with a plan - the plan actually: his very own final solution to the problem of 'white people'. By the time this man had his way he'd have killed more Jews than Adolph Hitler, more Christians than the Ottoman Turks, and more 'Tutsis' than the 'Hutus'.

That's right, this man has a plan to exterminate all white people. Look out Melosevic, this man's out to show you how its really done.

But can such a crack-pot North Carolina native be taken seriously? Does a man in dreadlocks, who claims to have such an extensive education from Universities he has never disclosed, really be a threat to this notion of the "international plantation owner"?

At best this man's another "ebonics professor" who truly is looking out for what he feels to be the best for his people. At worst he goes to bed at night in a tin-foil hat wondering if his dreams are his own.

At any rate, no matter who he is, where he comes from, or what he really plans to do with the "white people" problem, when I want a real opinion from a Black man of stature I'll listen to Jessi Jackson or Bill Cosby. Even better, I'll just ask my next-door neighbor.
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Posted: Dec 9, 2006 1:36pm


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Stuart Hamilton
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