Ayo Kimathi is a Department of Homeland Security employee who is assigned to buying guns and ammunition for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, he has an anti-white and anti-gay website "War is on the Horizon" that doles out advice on a supposed future race war.
When asked about the website by his supervisors, Kimathi reportedly claimed it was simply a site that sells concert and lecture videos.
“This guy is filled with hate. People are afraid he will come in with a gun someday and go postal. I am astounded, he’s employed by the federal government, let alone Homeland Security,” Kimathi's former (unidentified) supervisor told the Southern Poverty Law Center.
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Kimathi's website WarOntheHorizon.com states:
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.
Please review the information on our site to understand the threat our people are facing so that you may make the right decisions in preparation for this reality. We’ll See You on the Battlefield!
In response to reports about the website, Deputy Press Secretary of ICE, Gillian Christensen told The Atlantic Wire: "ICE does not condone any type of hateful rhetoric or advocacy of violence of any kind against anyone. 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."