Federal agency took over four months to take action against race war advocate
Paul Joseph Watson
December 12, 2013
A Department of Homeland Security employee who called for the mass murder of white people has finally been fired over four months after it first emerged that he was running a website which advocated a genocidal race war.
Black nationalist Ayo Kimathi’s website, entitled ‘War on the Horizon’, calls for the “ethnic cleansing” of “black-skinned Uncle Tom race traitors” while warning that, “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.”
Back in August, it emerged that Kimathi had been making $115,000 dollars a year in his job as an acquisitions officer for Immigration and Customs Enforcement, a position he had held since 2009.
The DHS first received complaints two years ago that Kimathi was behind the racist website, and his former supervisor told the Southern Poverty Law Center that “everybody in the office is afraid of him,” and worried that he would “come in with a gun someday and go postal.”
For over four months after the controversy erupted, the DHS placed Kimathi on administrative leave with pay. He was only fired last week.
“In a brief statement, the department said Kimathi’s last day was Dec. 6,” reports Fox News.
“Kimathi said in an email that he was proud of his work at ICE and predicted that fewer small businesses would win contracts after his firing.”
Kimathi’s website is still very much active despite the avalanche of negative publicity.
Critics contend that the DHS should have immediately fired Kimathi once it had been confirmed that he was behind the race war website.
Last month, the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Josh Glasstetter told National Journal, “This isn’t a mundane human resources matter or a tricky First Amendment question. DHS should have investigated and fired Kimathi months, or even years, ago.”
It’s ironic that while the Department of Homeland Security circulates training guidelines and material that instruct their employees to treat “liberty lovers” and constitutionalists as terrorists, actual domestic extremists can remain in jobs with the agency for years while publicly spewing violent racial hatred.