Rodney Ohebsion: Liberal Hero
"I neither fancy myself as a leader nor a hero." Dr. Kamau Kambon, recipient of the 1999 Independent Weekly Citizen's Award
Just like Dr. Kambon, I'm so humble that I regard myself as neither a leader nor a hero, even though I'm definitely both.
"I pay my entire share of taxes and never evade paying taxes." Dr. Kamau Kambon, former New England high school social studies and geography teacher
I do the same thing--except instead of paying taxes, I collect unemployment. In other words, we're both financially involved with the government.
"I am merely reporting the historical facts and the facts speak for themselves. Anything that I have said is verifiable and anyone can go and look up the same information, if they want to become an educated person." Dr. Kamau Kambon, creator of the Juvenile Intervention and Enlightenment Program
Just like Dr. Kambon, I know damn well that all of my opinions are the Gospel, that they are not subject to dispute, and anyone who disagrees with me is uneducated.
"I have no children out of wedlock." Dr. Kamau Kambon, former professor of education at St. Augustine's College
I, too, have a grand total of zero children out of wedlock. In fact, I have zero children total. (Thanks to the Roe v. Wade decision.)
"I am Afrikan, and see myself connected to Afrikans all over the world." Dr. Kamau Kambon, owner of Blacknificent Books
I also see myself connected to Afrikans all over the world. And I also spell Africans Afrikans.
"I am happily married to the same Afrikan woman for almost three decades and I have never had an illicit affair outside of my marriage." Dr. Kamau Kambon, author of Food Health and You: Why Black People Die So Young
I'm obviously not married to that same Afrikan woman--but I've been subscribed to Jet Magazine for the last 10 years. Does that count?
"I have not celebrated a european holiday since around 1970" Dr. Kamau Kambon, author of Tips on Quick and Easy Ways Afrikans Can Commit Subtle Suicide
I can top that. I don't even bother with the european calendar. March 3rd my ass. It's day 62.
"I do not want to be killed by the government or any white or Black person--or any other person for that matter--who does not like what I have had to say." Dr. Kamau Kambon, author of Black Guerrilla Warfare in amerika: a Peoples' Manual and Manifesto on Resistance and Survival
I agree--except I also want the government to kill anyone who doesn't like what I have to say.
Oh--and like Dr. Kambon, I capitalize the B in Black, but not the w in white. Except I capitalize the entire word BLACK, and I always follow "white" with "devil." Even when I'm talking about crayons. "white devil crayons are used forty percent less than BLACK crayons."
"Over the course of my life, I have never intentionally physically harmed anyone, and am polite, express good manners, generally quiet with not much to say and do not hate anyone." Dr. Kamau Kambon, nonsmoker and Master of the Universe
If by "anyone," he meant "anyone who has never offended me or pissed me off," then I'm just like Dr. Kambau.
"[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." Dr. Kamau Kambon, liberal hero
Being that I'm white (--notwithstanding my connection to Afrikans--), I don't agree with him 100% here--but substitute "white people" with "white conservatives," and I'm on board.
"White people want to kill us. I want you to understand that. They want to kill you. They want to kill you because that is part of their plan." Dr. Kamau Kambon, my best friend
They do. Except for white liberals.
Books recommended by Dr. Kamau Kambon:
Count-Down to Black Genocide - Saggittarus
The Black Holocaust for Beginners - S.E. Anderson
Somebody’s Trying to Kill You: the Psychodynamics of white racism and Black Pathology - H. Davidson, Ph.D.
Breaking the Spirit of the American Black Male - S. Bradley
From Superman to Man: 100 Amazing Facts About the Negro - J.A. Rogers
Afrikan Woman, the Original Guardian Angel - Dr. Barashango
Afrikan People and European Holidays: A Mental Genocide-Vol.
Goddess Black Woman - Akil
Black Women, For Beginners- S. Sharpe
Blueprint for Black Power -Dr. Amos Wilson
Not only do I also recommend these books, I think we should tattoo them into the retinas of all white conservatives.
I do, however, disagree with Dr. Kambon on one point:
"I never want to do anything to harm or hurt Black people; I love Black people and seek protection for them, and myself and family, and want Black people, as well as myself and family, to have much abundance, and abundance here means: access, without restriction or penalty, to clean fresh drinkable water, healthy uncontaminated, non-genetically modified foods, to be able to breathe clean fresh air, be free of addictions, and live a simple basic life that does not impinge on others, the land, the water or the air or animals. I want all of the various groups--the chinese, the japanese, the south koreans, east indians, arabs, and the whites to stop messing with Black people, wherever Black people are on this earth. I want to see an end to the national and international Black Holocaust in the areas of psychology, culture, education, economics, social relations, on jobs, on the highways and in all of the areas of life activity." Dr. Kamau Kambon, former North Carolina State University visiting professor of African-American Studies
OK. I'm with him when it comes to all that "black people should be protected and prosper" stuff,--BUT WHAT THE FUCK DOES HE HAVE AGAINST GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOODS? It's like he's against science. What's next? Is he going to piss all over Einstein's grave?
You know what? FUCK KAMAU KAMBON. If he's against genetically modified foods, he's a piece of shit.
i used to think this guy was rational--until I heard his views on genetically modified foods.
Copyright 2010 Rodney Ohebsion