The shocking audio featured the late Khalid Muhammad, a former spokesman for Louis Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam.
"We give them 24 hours in South Africa to get out of town by sundown. I say, if they don’t get out of town, we kill the men, we kill the women, we kill the children, we kill the babies, we kill the blind, we kill the cripple, we kill the crazy, we kill the fa**ots, we kill the lesbians, I say god d****t we kill them all," he said.
"If they are white, kill ‘em all," he added.
"Why kill the women? Why kill the babies? They are just innocent blue-eyed babies? Because god d****t they are going to grow up one day to rule your babies. Kill them now. Why kill the women in South Africa? I say kill the women because the women are the military manufacturing center. And every nine months they lay down on their backs and reinforcement rolls out from between their legs, so shut down the military manufacturing center by killing the white woman,” Muhammad said.
Muhammad explained that old "crackers" got that way by "oppressing and killing black people..."
"Kill ‘em all," he added. "Kill the f****t. Kill the lesbian. And after you’ve killed them all […] I say then you go to the god d**n grave, and dig ‘em up, and then kill ‘em a-god-d**n gain because they didn’t die hard enough."
According to Discoverthenetworks.org, Muhammad originally made the "particularly vulgar, three-and-a-half-hour diatribe" in 1993 at Kean College, New Jersey. In that speech, he also claimed that Jews provoked Hitler by being in Germany.
Farrakhan expelled Muhammad, explaining "that he was doing so only because of the tone, and not the content, of Muhammad's message," Discoverthenetworks.org said.
Muhammad become the chairman of the New Black Panther Party in 1998, and "died unexpectedly of a brain aneurysm on February 17, 2001, at the age of 53, in Atlanta."
The group has also threatened to disrupt the RNC convention, and has repeatedly called for racial violence against white people.
The New Black Panther Party also placed a $10,000 bounty on George Zimmerman, the Hispanic neighborhood watch volunteer who shot Trayvon Martin, and issued posters saying Zimmerman is "Wanted: Dead or Alive."
The Justice Department has yet to take any action against the group, and has not responded to our request for comments.
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