Originally published August 28 2013
DHS employee who buys guns and ammo for feds also runs race war website
by J. D. Heyes
(NaturalNews) Are you ready for the coming race war? As goofy as that sounds, at least one African American is. And what's more, he works for you.
Department of Homeland Security employee Ayo Kimathi, who ironically is in charge of buying weapons and ammunition for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), is the owner/operator of a racist, homophobic website he had titled, "War is On the Horizon."
Calling himself the "Irritated Genie," his site - by government rules - required approval by Janet Napolitano's DHS. But apparently, Kimathi did not require DHS approval.
DHS rightfully 'stunned' but how did this guy's site get past DHS screening process?
His former supervisor told the Southern Poverty Law Center, a left-wing nonprofit that tracks "hate groups" and "terrorist organizations," that she was "stunned" by the site. "To see the hate, to know that he is a federal employee, it bothered me," the supervisor said.
Breitbart News said DHS - some official, somewhere - gave approval of the site based on Kimathi's description alone and seemingly didn't bother to actually log onto the Internet and physically lay eyes on it.
More from Breitbart:
Kimathi's site calls President Obama a "treasonous mulatto scum dweller," and an enemy of the black supremacist movement, along with Oprah, Whoopi Goldberg, and Condoleezza Rice. The site says, "warfare is eminent, and in order for Black people to survive the 21st century, we are going to have to kill a lot of whites - more than our Christian hearts can possibly count."
He goes on to say that whites are trying to "homosexualize" African American men in a bid to make them weaker and, as such, easier targets for racism. He goes on to offer helpful tips about how "black women in the world [can] understand what she needs to do to keep a strong Black man happy."
Gillian Christensen, deputy press secretary for ICE, said the department "does not condone any type of hateful rhetoric or advocacy of violence of any kind against anyone."
"Every ICE employee is held to the highest standard of professional and ethical conduct. Accusations of misconduct are investigated thoroughly and if substantiated, appropriate action is taken," he said.
At the time, Christensen did not say whether anyone at DHS had actually gone to Kimathi's site, but, by Aug. 23, it didn't matter.
Per The Atlantic Wire:
As of Friday, Ayo Kimathi was placed on administrative leave, according to ICE Christensen, who denied that Kimathi was directly responsible for the purchase of ammunition for the agency, where he's worked since 2009.
He's also been posting on Facebook about the increased media attention, as the Southern Poverty Law Center noted: "The war is on! The smallhats (white so-called jews) have stepped it up," he wrote.
The racist ranting continues
The SPLC explained:
Less than 48 hours after Kimathi was put on leave, the Facebook page for WOH declared that "the Irritated Genie is under attack from the zionist smallhats, the Uncle Tom koons, the white-sex offenders, the haters, the conspiracy theorists, etc. ... Our website is getting flooded with traffic at the moment, but we expect the owner of our hosting to terminate our website any day now."
The Facebook posting also says "the smallhats" have "canceled our internet business account. Therefore, we can no longer sell our products on the internet.
"So since we cannot sell them to our people," the post continues, "we'll simply give them to you and ask you to share them with your Black friends and family all across the world."
No word on whether or not the SPLC actually condemned Kimathi and labeled him as a hate group, though he is certainly racist and hateful. But it was clear the group had its eye on him.
These people are out there, folks.
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