This is a partial transcript from "Hannity & Colmes," December 4, 2006, that has been edited for clarity.
SEAN HANNITY, CO-HOST:
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UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Ad 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 of the face of the planet to solve this problem.
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HANNITY: That was former North Carolina State University Professor Kamau Kambon. He was speaking at a forum on Hurricane Katrina media coverage at Howard University Law School before his issued his call to exterminate white people.
Kambon also told the panel, "We are at war," and that every white person on earth is a slave master. Mr. Kambon has declined our invitation to appear on the program. He has issued an extensive eight-page statement to the press that includes references to Elijah Mohammed, Mumia Abu Jamal, Napoleon and various historical grievances and urban legends dating back over 1,300 years.
Joining us now is the Reverend Jesse Lee Peterson.
You know, Reverend Peterson, the fact that he is even in a position ever to educate kids is frightening to me.
REV. JESSE LEE PETERSON, PASTOR: Yes.
HANNITY: But I guess what my concern is how widespread is a thought process like this?
PETERSON: You know, I also want to ask, Sean, he said this — it was aired on C-SPAN. He also said that all white people want to kill black people.
You have Charles Barron, a black city councilman, who said that he would like to walk up to a white person and slap them.
HANNITY: Just to make him feel better. Just so he could feel better.
PETERSON: That's right. Just to make himself feel good.
You were called a "white boy" the other day on your show. I happened to see your show, and you were called a white boy.
HANNITY: Yes, a "rich white boy."
PETERSON: And Al Sharpton called Jews "interlopers." You know, this is common...
HANNITY: Jesse Jackson, he got...
PETERSON: That's right. Jesse Jackson called Jews "Hymie-town" in New York. It's commonplace within the back community.
There's a double standard in America today. Black folk, especially racist blacks, have the freedom of expression when it comes to the issue of race and morality. But white folks are made to be quiet and not even mention race or morality concerning black people and...
ALAN COLMES, CO-HOST: Jesse, you don't — you don't believe...
PETERSON: ... I'll make it quick, Alan.
As long as white folks are afraid, and they have this false guilt about black folks, it's only get going to get worse, rather than get better.
COLMES: Surely you don't believe what this nut said is representative of African-Americans, do you?
PETERSON: If it's not. Why didn't we hear an outcry from the black community?
COLMES: Because it didn't get any attention until it was on Howard University or Jesse Jackson or anyone.
COLMES: No one knew about it.
PETERSON: And I guarantee you, Alan, had a white man said the same thing and it was presented on C-SPAN, there would be an outcry about it. America would be burning.
COLMES: You think most — you know what? Sometimes the best why it deal with an extreme nut is to ignore that person. Do you actually think most blacks want to exterminate whites?
PETERSON: So then when — when "Kramer," Michael...
HANNITY: Michael Richards.
PETERSON: Michael Richards made his comments the other day, why didn't we just ignore him?
COLMES: Nobody is saying he's representative of all white people.
PETERSON: Why did a white man — why did we get on Michael and now he is going around the world apologizing...
COLMES: One question, which you get to answer. Is he representative of most black people?
PETERSON: Is he representative of most racist blacks like the so-called civil rights leaders, the NAACP...
COLMES: They want to exterminate white people? The civil rights leader in the United States want to exterminate white people?
PETERSON: They — I don't believe that they want to exterminate them, but they definitely are racist toward white Americans...
COLMES: You said — who's not representative? What civil rights leader said they want to exterminate whites? Who said that?
PETERSON: Alan — Alan, I just said they may not want to exterminate, but they definitely may want to divide and conquer.
You know, the sad thing about this, Alan, is that there are black children out there with no fathers and mothers to tell them that these black people are racist.
There was an incident this past Halloween in Long Beach, California, where a group of black girls beat up two white women. I mean, they nearly took their lives, and we didn't hear anything about that. Had white women beat up black girls or a black woman, it would be all over the news.
HANNITY: Jesse, we've got to run. We've got to run, but I'll you this question. As it relates to "Kramer" in this. Kramer used the "N" word repeatedly. Does that — does that bother you?
PETERSON: No. That doesn't bother me. But what bothers me is that white folks are building anger. They have a lot of anger because they are falsely accused of being racist. And because they can't speak out about it, it's going to come out at the wrong time in the wrong place.
And then you're going to have Jackson and others coming in and saying, "See, I told you white people are racist. Give me some money."
And that's why white Americans have to start speaking up...
HANNITY: All right. Jesse Lee, always love having you. Appreciate it. Proud to be on your board at Bond. Thank you.
PETERSON: Thank you.
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