Asking Yet Again Why the SPLC Will Not ‘Go There’ Regarding Exterminationist TERFs

August 29, 2013 ·

OED defines Astroturfing as: "the deceptive practice of presenting an orchestrated marketing or public relations campaign in the guise of unsolicited comments from members of the public."

SPLC will when it comes to a “gay-bashing, revenge-seeking black nationalist” who works at the Department of Homeland Security.

An employee at the Department of Homeland Security runs a racist website in his spare time and advocates the mass killing of white Americans, gays, and black leaders he believes are traitors, according to a report by the Southern Poverty Law Center. Ayo Kimathi, a small business specialist at Immigration and Customs Enforcement, a branch of the DHS, is a “gay-bashing, revenge-seeking black nationalist” who runs the website War on the Horizon. The site calls for mass murder of white people, rails against “fag rights,” and attacks a slew of black celebrities as “race traitors.” In a statement, the ICE said it “does not condone any type of hateful rhetoric.”

Gawker:

“On Wednesday, the Southern Poverty Law Center published a report about Kimathi, who goes by the name “Irritated Genie” online, describing him as “a gay-bashing, revenge-seeking black nationalist who advocates on his website – War on the Horizon – the mass murder of whites and the ‘ethnic cleansing’ of ‘black-skinned Uncle Tom race traitors.’ “

The various targets of Kimathi’s rage include, among others, Rev. Al Sharpton, Lil Wayne, Oprah Winfrey, Whoopi Goldberg, President Obama, Condoleezza Rice, Colin Powell, “the smallhates (white so-called ‘jews’) and the white homos like Gay Edgar Hoover.”

SPLC’s inaction only enhances the suspicion that it employs one or more revenge-seeking white TERFs who are stopping SPLC from giving the trans-exterminationist radphlegm movement the designation it has earned.

[alert type=”info”]Cross-posted from ENDA Blog II[/alert]

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