Posted on | August 28, 2013 | 48 Comments
Ayo Kimathi has been placed on paid leave from his job at the federal Department of Homeland Security, but John Sexton at Breitbart.com points out that Kimathi now claims “his supervisors were aware of his outside activities since December 2010.”
John embeds the bizarre YouTube video and in checking it out — sample quote: “We, hate our enemies because we love ourselves” — I noticed this: “The spirit of Nat Turner has returned!”
Yeah. And people call me an extremist . . .
UPDATE: When this story first made headlines last week, I shrugged, but check out his “War on the Horizon” rant:
War on the Horizon (WOH) is a Haitianist organization 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.
As a result of this reality, WOH has dedicated our time and expertise to properly educating Black people to prepare for Racial Warfare. This includes intellectual, spiritual, psychological, and physical preparation 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. . . .
Afrikan people are an international racial family who share a common: homeland (Afrika), Racial origin, culture, destiny, and a bitter enemy — the white race. We are challenged by our common destiny to eradicate the system of racism white supremacy and its benefactors in order to establish righteous Black Dominion over Planet Earth.
We are mandated by our Creator to return to our proper status as rulers of this world. It is within the full rights and responsibility of every member of the Black world family to see to it that this ultimate goal is achieved so that we may once again restore peace and prosperity to Planet Earth under the divine and just leadership of God’s first people — The Black man, woman, and child of Afrika.
“Haitianist”? This is an interesting adjective.
UPDATE II: Realizing that somebody like Ayo Kimathi could be employed at DHS for years gives you a new and different perspective on the negligence toward the Fort Hood shooter:
“A US Army major is writing to this imam and essentially asking for religious sanction to kill American soldiers,” said attorney Reed Rubinstein, who represents a group of victims who are suing the federal government. “And the FBI’s Washington field office doesn’t even interview the man or make a phone call to his superiors. It’s utterly incomprehensible.”
It’s only “incomprehensible” if you fail to realize how, in the regime of “multiculturalism” and “diversity,” all hate is not created equal.
Some people have a right to hate. Some hate actually calls itself “social justice” and “tolerance.” And also, “Hope and Change.”
They “savagely beat her while calling her racial slurs”? Maybe Ayo Kimathi is right about a race war. Maybe it has already begun.
UPDATE III: What I can’t understand is why black nationalist race warriors never hate the white people who deserve to be hated.