Black Supremacist Who Wants Whites Dead Still Employed by Obama DHS

Chalk up another victory for the post-racial president's agenda. No, it's not Barack Obama falsely claiming that white society denied black Hurricane Katrina victims monetary assistance.

Or having a bigoted reverend ask at his inauguration when "white" will do "right."

Or having a DoJ that refuses to pursue voting-rights cases when the victims are white.

Or sitting in a black-power church, where our country was called the "US of KKK-A," for 20 years.

This time it's a black-supremacist Department of Homeland Security employee who, almost four months ago, was discovered to be running a website that advocated the mass murder of whites -- and who is still in the employ of the DHS.

Ayo Kimathi's job was to purchase guns and ammunition for the government, until he was placed on leave in August after a Southern Poverty Law Center exposed him as the purveyor of the website "War on the Horizon." As to its content, Alex Seitz-Wald at National Journal writes:

Kimathi, using the online nom de guerre "the Irritated Genie," called for "ethnic cleansing" of "black-skinned Uncle Tom race traitors" on his website, which envisioned a massive race war on the horizon. "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 wrote.

In other postings, he warned that whites and their enablers like President Obama are trying to "homosexualize" black men in order to make them weaker, and suggested that a woman's primary role in life should be to "keep a strong Black man happy." He also seemed to hold anti-Semitic views, claiming in a Facebook post that his website was under attack from a conspiracy of "zionist smallhats, the Uncle Tom koons," and, naturally, "the haters."

By the way, Kimathi drew a salary of $115,731 in 2012 for his position, which, we can be sure, he attained solely due to merit.

While Kimathi obviously isn't too fond of Obama, there's no word on whether the president has said that the man "acted stupidly." We also have to wonder -- and, yes, I know this joke has been done to ObamaCare death: if Obama had a bitter, angry, rebellious son, would he look like Kimathi?

Of course, we have a DoJ that dropped a voter-intimidation case against Black Panthers caught on video wielding nightsticks and intimidating white voters; and an attorney general who, a DoJ whistleblower tells us, carried a card in his wallet that essentially states, "Blackness is more important than anything, and the black US attorney has common cause with the black criminal." Given this, I'm not sure what's more surprising, that Kimathi hasn't been fired yet or that he hasn't been promoted. Other surprises in this story are that the Southern Poverty Law Center actually exposed a black bigot and that this black bigot doesn't even half like The One.

Anyway, if Kimathi can't be fired, DHS should just assign him the task of negotiating the ObamaCare website. That ought to redirect his Internet endeavors for at least four or five years.

Contact Selwyn Duke, follow him on Twitter or log on to SelwynDuke.com

Chalk up another victory for the post-racial president's agenda. No, it's not Barack Obama falsely claiming that white society denied black Hurricane Katrina victims monetary assistance.

Or having a bigoted reverend ask at his inauguration when "white" will do "right."

Or having a DoJ that refuses to pursue voting-rights cases when the victims are white.

Or sitting in a black-power church, where our country was called the "US of KKK-A," for 20 years.

This time it's a black-supremacist Department of Homeland Security employee who, almost four months ago, was discovered to be running a website that advocated the mass murder of whites -- and who is still in the employ of the DHS.

Ayo Kimathi's job was to purchase guns and ammunition for the government, until he was placed on leave in August after a Southern Poverty Law Center exposed him as the purveyor of the website "War on the Horizon." As to its content, Alex Seitz-Wald at National Journal writes:

Kimathi, using the online nom de guerre "the Irritated Genie," called for "ethnic cleansing" of "black-skinned Uncle Tom race traitors" on his website, which envisioned a massive race war on the horizon. "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 wrote.

In other postings, he warned that whites and their enablers like President Obama are trying to "homosexualize" black men in order to make them weaker, and suggested that a woman's primary role in life should be to "keep a strong Black man happy." He also seemed to hold anti-Semitic views, claiming in a Facebook post that his website was under attack from a conspiracy of "zionist smallhats, the Uncle Tom koons," and, naturally, "the haters."

By the way, Kimathi drew a salary of $115,731 in 2012 for his position, which, we can be sure, he attained solely due to merit.

While Kimathi obviously isn't too fond of Obama, there's no word on whether the president has said that the man "acted stupidly." We also have to wonder -- and, yes, I know this joke has been done to ObamaCare death: if Obama had a bitter, angry, rebellious son, would he look like Kimathi?

Of course, we have a DoJ that dropped a voter-intimidation case against Black Panthers caught on video wielding nightsticks and intimidating white voters; and an attorney general who, a DoJ whistleblower tells us, carried a card in his wallet that essentially states, "Blackness is more important than anything, and the black US attorney has common cause with the black criminal." Given this, I'm not sure what's more surprising, that Kimathi hasn't been fired yet or that he hasn't been promoted. Other surprises in this story are that the Southern Poverty Law Center actually exposed a black bigot and that this black bigot doesn't even half like The One.

Anyway, if Kimathi can't be fired, DHS should just assign him the task of negotiating the ObamaCare website. That ought to redirect his Internet endeavors for at least four or five years.

Contact Selwyn Duke, follow him on Twitter or log on to SelwynDuke.com

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