There is a startling story up on TheBlaze today about a Department of Homeland Security employee, Ayo Kimathi, who, in his spare time, reportedly runs a website preparing black people for the “unavoidable, inevitable clash with the white race.”
The Southern Poverty Law Center identified Kimathi as the “Irritated Genie,” whose website “War on the Horizon” is dedicated to “properly educating Black people to prepare for Racial Warfare.” On it, he also advocates for the “purge” of “Uncle Tom” “race traitors”; describes President Barack Obama as a “treasonous mulatto scum dweller”; and claims whites are behind the ”effeminization of the black male” that is “threatening the existence of every Black man, woman, and child on Earth.”
“Everybody in the office is afraid of him,” one of Kimathi’s former Homeland Security supervisors told the Southern Poverty Law Center. “This guy is filled with hate.”
“The 21st century will either mark the return of Black resistance to white domination or global white-on-Black genocide leading to our complete extinction,” the website declares. “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.”
The supervisor said she was “astounded” that Kimathi is “employed by the federal government, let alone Homeland Security.”
“Let's look at what he actually said… he calls the president a ‘treasonous mulatto scum‑dweller,’” Glenn said on radio this morning. “Now, imagine if anyone you know in a TEA Party had a website that said the president was a ‘treasonous mulatto scum‑dweller’, do you think that would be on the front page of anything?”
On the site, Kimathi also lists the names of those he considers to be ‘enemies’ of the movement. Among the names: Oprah Winfrey, Whoopi Goldberg, and Condoleezza Rice.
“He's not just saying, ‘Hey, these guys are bad people you've got to watch,’” Glenn said. “What he's saying here is: They are enemies and there's a race war coming. So your enemy list might take on a little different connotation. This is a DHS employee. He advocates for the mass murder of white people on his website. He 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.’ So seeing that he is claiming to be a Christian makes him most likely a Jeremiah Wright‑style Christian.”
Remember when President Obama promised to create a civilian national security force more powerful than the U.S. military? One can only hope Kimathi, the black supremacist who spends his free time preparing for the ‘coming race war’ in America, is not part of that taskforce.
“I think we all remember that quote where he said he's going to build a civilian army,” Glenn said. “Well, I'm glad we are looking for the right people. And you know what we should do? We should have some system where we could spy on the employees of the government, so we could see what they are writing in their e‑mail, so we could see what they were posting on Facebook or Twitter, so we could listen to their phone calls, so we could even know what they would do on their secret websites that are on the World Wide Web, open without any passwords? We should get one of those systems.”
“Yeah, see, the problem is when we do look into one of those things, the federal employees create alternate e‑mail addresses under different assumed names to hide them from the people,” Stu quipped. “It’s like what happened in the EPA. So shockingly even that they are prepared for it. Hmmm.”
It is not known is any action will be taken against Kimathi. TheBlaze reached out to the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement on Thursday, and the deputy press secretary, Gillian Christensen, said she was unable to comment on whether or not there is an investigation into Kimathi’s activities.
“ICE 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,” Christensen said.