A Homeland Security employee whose responsibilities include the purchase of guns and ammunition for immigration and customs agents maintains a virulent anti-white, anti-gay site that masquerades as an entertainment site, The Atlantic Wire reported Wednesday.
According to the hate speech watchdog Southern Poverty Law Center, Ayo Kimathi tells bosses his site, "War is On the Horizon,"
sells concert and lecture videos so it passes muster with DHS regulations requiring approval for outside activities.
Kimathi's former supervisor told the watchdog group the actual content of the site left her "stunned."
“To see the hate, to know that he is a federal employee, it bothered me," the online site reported.
Kimathi used the site's acronym, WOH, in his permission request, she noted.
In addition to his involvement in the purchase of Immigration and Customs Enforcement supplies, Kimathi speaks at vendor events, the Atlantic Wire reported.
But under his alternate identity as the "Irritated Genie," Kimathi's profile is one of a black supremacist, the Atlantic Wire reported.
His site, for example, calls President Obama a "a treasonous mulatto scum dweller," and lists him among the movement's enemies -- including Oprah Winfrey, Whoopi Goldberg, and Condoleezza Rice.
On his site, Kimathi advocates the mass murder of white people, saying: "...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 also believes white people are trying to "homosexualize" black men in order to make them more effeminate and weaker -- and praises laws in some African countries that criminalize LGBT behavior and people.
He also advocates the supremacy of black men above black women, advising "to help every Black woman in the world understand what she needs to do to keep a strong Black man happy."
In a statement, ICE's Deputy Press Secretary Gillian Christensen said the agency "does not condone any type of hateful rhetoric or advocacy of violence of any kind against anyone," adding: "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 declined to comment on whether the agency was currently investigating Kimathi or not.
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