We were saddened and disturbed by news this week of two incidents of black youths murdering white people—Christopher Lane in Duncan, Oklahoma, and a World War ii veteran in Spokane, Washington. In the first case at least, the killers held blatantly anti-white views.
But these murders are only the tiniest taste of the racial violence about to flood America. This reality became more ominously believable with another report this week—in many ways more chilling than those two murders.
Waronthehorizon.com is not a popular website; it doesn’t get much traffic. Nevertheless, consider its self-stated purpose: “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 [sic] around the world are absolutely determined to exterminate Afrikan [sic] 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.”
One could dismiss this as being just a thimbleful among the oceans of nonsense contained on the Internet. Except for one thing: It was created by an employee of the Department of Homeland Security.
Ayo Kimathi works for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, a dhs agency. He is “a small business specialist in a unit that buys such items as handcuffs, ammunition and guns,” according to Southern Poverty Law Center, which exposed his association with War on the Horizon. (splc is a nonprofit civil rights law firm in Alabama that tends to go after white racists. Its tagline on its publication “Hatewatch” is, “Keeping an Eye on the Radical Right.” Nevertheless, Ayo Kimathi is so extreme that he registered on splc’s radar.)
As law enforcement officials, ice employees must receive official permission to be involved in such outside activities. Kimathi received permission in order to publicize his racist views via War on the Horizon. splc says he did so by lying about the nature of his organization.
Videos of this man’s hate-filled, murder-inciting bile are easily accessible on YouTube. But apparently the same government that has been revealed to have sophisticated monitoring capability over American citizens’ e-mail, online activity and phone records is unable to ascertain what Kimathi is really up to. He still works there, purchasing ammunition for the dhs.
The “War on the Horizon Creed” says, “Afrikan people are an international racial family who share a common: homeland (Afrika), Racial origin, culture, destiny, and a bitter enemy—the white race.” It says blacks are destined “to eradicate the system of racism white supremacy and its benefactors in order to establish righteous Black Dominion over Planet Earth,” and “are mandated by our Creator to return to our proper status as rulers of this world.”
“Warfare is eminent,” Kimathi’s website declares, “and 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.”
This is in print. Publicly available video shows far, far worse coming out of this man’s mouth.
Wouldn’t a God-given mandate to establish black supremacy by murdering whites be a conflict of interest for a dhs employee?
Why would such an individual even seek out a job in Homeland Security? What is his real intent?
And why would dhs employ someone who thinks this way, and pretend like such incitement is acceptable? Is this simply a matter of political correctness run amok—officials who have come to accept the notion that “black racism” is an oxymoron? Or is there something more sinister at play?
It is particularly unsettling to see such racially explosive thinking finding harbor within the same government department that is establishing a well-armed, federalized police force, including massive procurements of ammunition and Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles.
As evidence like this mounts, the inevitability of devastating racial violence engulfing the nation becomes more plain. The Bible prophesies of it, and the Trumpet has been warning about it for two decades. For more information, read our article “Race to War.” ▪