Former NCSU visiting prof calls for extermination of white people

Posted by: ST on October 21, 2005 at 9:02 am

“The problem on the planet is white people,” says former NCSU visiting professor Dr. Kamau Kambon:

RALEIGH — A Raleigh activist and bookstore owner told a panel at Howard University Law School on Oct. 14 that the solution to many of the problems faced by black people is the extermination of “white people off the face of the planet.” Dr. Kamau Kambon, who taught Africana Studies 241 in the Spring 2005 semester at North Carolina State University, also said this needs to be done “because white people want to kill us.”

Addressing a panel on “Hurricane Katrina Media Coverage” broadcast in its entirety on C-SPAN, Kambon told the audience that white people “have retina scans, they have what they call racial profiling, DNA banks, and they’re monitoring our people to try to prevent the one person from coming up with the one idea. And the one idea is, how we are going to exterminate white people because that in my estimation is the only conclusion I have come to. We have to exterminate white people off the face of the planet to solve this problem.”

Kambon’s solution received slight applause in the room, to which he responded, “I don’t care whether you clap or not, but I’m saying to you that we need to solve this problem because they are going to kill us.”

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.”

More pearls of wisdom from the “doctor”:

Prior to his call for genocide against white people, Kambon, who owns Blacknificant Books in Raleigh, told the panel that “we are at war.” He said that white people had set up an “international plantation” for blacks, which made “every white person on earth a plantation master.” He said that, “You’re either supporting white people in their process of death, or you’re for African liberation.”

He stressed one point in particular. “White people want to kill us. I want you to understand that. They want to kill you” he said. “They want to kill you because that is part of their plan.”

Kambon closed his remarks by urging participants and C-SPAN viewers to “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.”

Before teaching at NCSU, Kambon was a professor of education at St. Augustine’s College in Raleigh, a historically black institution. He was given a Citizen’s Award in 1999 by the Triangle’s left-wing newspaper, The Independent Weekly. Ironically, Kambon is also an opponent of the death penalty.

Jon Sanders, who wrote the above article, also has a blog post up about this at the John Locke Foundation blog.

I have little doubt that Dr. Kambon’s personal views on the genocide of white people made it into his classroom teachings at NCSU. Radicals who feel that passionate about an issue generally can’t keep it to themselves – they feel like they need to ‘educate the world’ in order to ‘get the word out.’

Between radical racists like this ‘doctor’ and more soft racists like Representative Mel Watt (D-NC 12th District) – who believes that white people won’t vote for black people – it’ s no wonder we can’t have many meaningful discussions about race relations in this state, especially considering the fact that some of the biggest racists in this state are those who like foist that criticism on the white community en masse – oftentimes without merit, without recognizing their own racist tendencies.

More from Betsy Newmark, who linked up to Mike Adams’ column about this.

More as well at Michelle Malkin’s who has some good contact info for the NCSU’s African Studies Dept and the AP (who hasn’t covered this story, as of this writing).

(Cross-posted at California Conservative)

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  • 29 Responses to “Former NCSU visiting prof calls for extermination of white people”


    1. ‘Africana’, eh? So: what to do about all those non-blacks who inhabit North Africa? Are they ‘whites’, or ‘token whites’, or ‘non-whites who happen to have a paler skin than sub-Saharan Africans’? Are they authentic Africans, or not?

      Per Dr. Menge…er, I mean ‘Dr. Kambon’, will such melanin-challenged Africans be exterminated, too? What about mixed-race people? Will they be ‘partly-killed’?


    2. nonoyerbisness says:

      The hip-hop “culture” that spawned this line of “kill whitey” thinking SUCKS.

      Enough said.

    3. Mary B. says:

      Perhaps Joan Rivers should debate Dr.Kambon on this issue. Have you heard her lively racism debate on the BBC with a filmmaker that said that “black offends Joan?”

      Article here: LINK

      Audio clip here: LINK

    4. Eric: I doubt Kambon has thought that far out ;-)

      Nonoyer: I think some of hip hop’s influences came from people like Dr. Kambon – IOW, the ‘kill whitey’ attitude amongst extremists existed before hip hop culture became en vogue.

      Mary: I read about that yesterday at Tammy Bruce’s blog. Joan definitely held her own with that ‘journalist.’

    5. Lorica says:

      I am just thankful that Terry Kerry is going to be safe. :lol: After all she wanted to be our first African American 1st Lady. :lol: – Lorica

    6. I can’t imagine that the typical black American wants a race war, but that’s clearly what Kambon is trying to provoke. If such folks are what passes for “black leaders” today, American blacks might soon find themselves pining for the good old days of Jesse Jackson. Ponder that for a moment.

    7. Lorica, I guess that means Bill Clinton will be ok too, eh? ;)

      Francis: Neither choice is appealing, of course, but JJ would indeed be the lesser of the two evils.

    8. Lorica says:

      Ohhhh Yea!!! Our first African American President. :lol: The man who’s favorite quote was “Senator I don’t recall”. Could suddenly remember 900 pages worth of stuff and a great deal that had happend 25 years before his presidency. – Lorica

    9. jamal says:

      Propogating the “Final Solution”, his words are extreme, but Kambon does however make some interesting points. Lets not forget that similar views to Kambon’s also exist amongst those he condemns. Many White Supremist, Right-Wing and other groups argue similar points, but receive much less publicity. There is state sponsored genocide and segration evident in places such as Iraq, Sudan and Palestine, while blacks are concentrated in the countless inner-city slums of the West.

      Kambon is gravely wrong to generalise an entire race in this manner, but lets not pretend there are not prevalent groups throughout the world and issues particularly in Africa, which evidence the “international plantation” for blacks and that; “You’re either supporting .. people in their process of death, or you’re for African liberation.” What Kambon conveniently ignores is that there are black “plantation masters” also!

    10. Really? I didn’t find any of Kambon’s points “interesting.”

    11. Baklava says:

      Jamal wrote, “while blacks are concentrated in the countless inner-city slums of the West

      Where Democrat mayors and representatives have been elected to the tune of 80% votes for decades?

      Also, is this concentration due to dependancy which is born of the disease of liberalism? Or are they independantly concentraing themselves.

    12. Matt says:

      It’s interesting that that crazy racist professor uses the same conspiracy theories against whites that Hitler used against Jews. And I find it even more hypocritical that black racist make the assertion that we (whites) are oppressing their free speech. Really? If that were true, would you have had a right to have your hate fest, excuse me, Millions More Movement?

    13. eric daniels says:

      Feel better now, Mr. Full-Of-Hate? –ST

    14. milton P. Spencer says:

      Blacks are given a free education, yet they won’t accept it. The male deserts his women and children. The female haas multible children out of wedlock and goes on welfare. Over 50% depend on the government one way or another. This is all of their making, so leave the whites alone.

    15. Lex says:

      So Kamau Kambon said something really stupid. Mike Adams does that all the time. Both are on the state of North Carolina’s payroll, neither should be, and neither one matters very much in the greater scheme of things.

      Citing Michelle Malkin, a documented fabulist, as an expert on anything having to do with race relations doesn’t help your credibility, either. I’m just sayin’.

    16. What? Calling for the extermination of white people is just “saying something stupid?” Saying something like “2+2 might not equal 4″ would be saying “something stupid.” Calling for the extermination of an entire race is much, MUCH more.

      The fact that that is the strongest criticism you have of the genocidal suggestion of killing all white people, not to mention your extremely poor attempt at moral relativism with regards to Mike Adams (who has never even come remotely close to uttering such contempible remarks) speaks far more to your credibility issues than anyone else’s.

    17. eric daniels says:

      You conservatives are so full of B.S., Bill Bennett wanted to exterminate all Black Children in this country and you defend him, calling black people wimps who can’t take intellectual critiques. But Dr. Kamau Kambon wants to do the same your race and now I hear all the “b*tching and whining” from you neocons. You can dish out racial punishment (Limbaugh,Boortz, Grant, Hamblin, Elder, Horowitz) but you can’t take it when a black man who hates you just as much (and wants your total extermination from mother earth)does it back to you. Kinda reminds me of 9-11 when the arabs paid whites back for 50 years of racism and politcal expolitation of their land you people went nuts give me a break. As a black man in america, I would rather be feared by your race than liked. Unlike many African – Americans who beg for WHITE AMERICA’S acceptance based on black guilt and hopes for phony brotherhood.


      There’s not enough money in the world to buy you the number of clues you need. Get a grip – and get lost. –ST

    18. Mark Hartsock says:

      where can i find out more about kamau kambon, prior to his stint with St. Augustine’s College in Raleigh? I mean it is fascinating, like watching a train wreck.

    19. Baklava says:


      Where does that hate stop? I’m thinking never. It’ll destroy you…

    20. Lex says:

      Uh, ST, Ann Coulter pulls stuff like that all the time, she’s a lot better known than either of the profs, and somehow she still gets paying gigs in national media. When that changes, then you can bring me your whining complaints about the rantings of obscure professors, mmkay? Bye, now.

    21. Um, Ann Coulter gets called to the carpet for what she says and often – by the left AND the right. Exactly where was the outrage by the left regarding the good ‘doctor”s comments?

      *crickets chirping*

      Your moral relativism is (again) noted. And pathetic. Get back with me when you’re prepared to show a modicum of common sense about this. Have a great Thanksgiving.

    22. Lex says:

      “Called to the carpet.” Lady, she advocates murder of liberals and genocide of Muslims. She shouldn’t be called to the carpet. She should be shunned by polite society and should never get another book contract or TV booking in her entire life. Instead, she’s held up as an “intellectual model” by people like you.

      And you suggest that because I think we should avoid giving a nobody any more attention than he deserves, I’m guilty of moral relativism? Nice try.

      Here’s what real moral relativism looks like: impeaching Clinton for a blow job while supporting Bush and Cheney for lying the nation into war that has killed more than 2,000 U.S. service people and tens of thousands of Iraqis. Wrap your head around that and then get back to me.

    23. BS – there’s a real difference in Ann’s snarkiness toward liberals and Dr Kaboom (or whatever his name is) VERY SERIOUS call for the exterimination of white people.

      Don’t like being accused of invoking moral relativism? There’s a simple solution: stop invoking it. It’s beyond mind boggling how you try to excuse one person’s behavior by saying “bbbbbut other people advocate bad things too!” especially when that other person wasn’t even remotely serious about exterminating liberals OR Muslims.

      Wrap your head around THAT!

    24. chris anderson says:

      Thats great …don’t we already have enough racist black people.

    25. Welcome to the ST blog, Chris!

    26. Lex says:

      Eliminationist rhetoric is eliminationist rhetoric, SJ, no matter whom it’s coming from. THERE is your moral relativism. And speaking as someone who was reporting on the Ku Klux Klan in Iredell County when you (to judge from your photo) were in diapers, I know from eliminationist rhetoric. Ann Coulter and Rush Limbaugh have made eliminationist rhetoric respectable in the mainstream media. Their impact is far greater than that of some obscure state university professor, irrespective of race.

      Also speaking of moral relativism, I’m condemning the behavior across the board. You’re making excuses for Ann that even some of her most vigorous defenders gave up on a long, long time ago.

      Now, do you want to solve the problem and address the issue or do you want to keep making excuses? And feel free to treat that as a rhetorical question, because as far as I’m concerned, we’re done here.

    27. It’s not me “making excuses” and invoking moral relativism: that honor belongs solely to you, Lex. If you were truly interested in ‘solving’ this problem you wouldn’t have said “well so and so on the other side has said similar things that are outrageous” in an attempt to morally equate the two as if the two ‘wrongs’ cancelled each other out, even though of the two you mentioned, Mike Adams has not come remotely close to saying anything along the lines of the “doctor”‘s call for genocide of white people and Ann Coulter wasn’t being serious in her comments(even though she, unlike the Dr. you refuse to condemn) has been called to the carpet by some of her fellow conservatives for those types of comments.

      People like you are part of the problem in this country, Lex. Instead of doing what’s right and condemning outrageous remarks like Dr. Kambon’s, you try to morally justify the remarks by claiming conservatives have made similar remarks, as if to say “you have no room to talk.” BS. Why don’t you try basing your opinion on the merits (or lack thereof) of what someone says or does without going the moral relativism route by claiming ‘others do it too’? It’s a cheap way to dodge the central point of the discussion, and that central point would be: is this right or wrong to say? If this is a standard pattern with you, your arguments must flounder often.

      I don’t blame you for wanting to walk away from this argument. If I’d made such a weak argument in defense of my position, I would too. mmkay? Bye now.

    28. another white guy says:

      wow! this guy doesn’t realize the mess he’s getting in to. I almost feel sorry but then again… Did anyone actually see the foxnews report on this? Hashim Nzinga (new black panther party leader) couldn’t even carry a conversation! he was so rude going of on tangents cutting in whenever he wanted… this just makes the whole thing smell of BS to me. I am however intrigued as to how they plan to kill all the White folks. I’m almost excited to see what kind of plan they come up with.