A manager in the Department of Homeland Security has been running an anti-gay, anti-white website promoting racial cleansing through mass murder. The manager is in charge of buying weapons and ammunition for DHS.
He allegedly had the okay to run the site though it is not clear if anyone at DHS bothered to look at the site.
Ayo Kimathi, self-named the ‘Irritated Genie’, told co-workers he sells concert and lecture tickets and videos from the site.
Well, that was undoubtedly good enough for DHS!
I doubt we’ll be able to fire him. After all, Hillary Clinton couldn’t fire anyone in the State Department after Benghazi and the administration can’t fire incompetent IRS workers.
You will be reassured to know that the genie is being investigated but he might not have broken any laws. DHS gave him the go-ahead to continue with the website so that will make firing even more difficult.
The far-more-than ‘irritated genie’ called for the mass murder of whites on his website.
One of the genie’s former supervisors said, “Everybody in the office is afraid of him,” and his co-workers are “afraid he will come in with a gun and someday go postal.”
The genie would like to see homosexual behavior criminalized. He hates gays.
According to his War on the Horizon website, the organization was “created for the purpose of preparing black people worldwide for an unavoidable, inevitable clash with the white race. Whites around the world are absolutely determined to exterminate Afrikan people in all corners of the earth.”
The mission statement of his website claims to prepare blacks intellectually, spiritually, psychologically and physically for “a global clash that will mean the end of white rule on this planet or the end of the black race as we know it.”
He calls his lunatic site, the War on the Horizon, which was obviously too subtle for DHS.
The man is clearly dangerous but he has not been fired and probably won’t be!
Do we really need to have a protracted investigation before firing someone like this? If I had someone like this at work, I’d fire him and ask questions later.
You can’t make this garbage up.
photo of War on the Horizon