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Long time national socialist Frazier Glenn Miller confessed to Judy L. Thomas, a Kansas City Star reporter, that he had murdered three persons in a killing spree at the Jewish Community Center campus and at Village Shalom retirement village in the Greater Kansas City area. 

His description of the period leading up to the shootings proves that these were calculated, premeditated, cold-blooded murders; and not the result of an emotional or psychic breakdown. 

Every decent person who normally avoids Miller’s kind of racist and anti-Semitic discourse should read Thomas’ article and remember that there are thousands of individuals who think like Miller, and there are dozens of organizations that are trying to train others to think and eventually act like him.

His kind of genocidal white nationalism is a cancer on the American soul.  It is a cancer that can be best acted upon by exposure to the light of day, and the active, public opposition by decent Americans.  Hiding Miller’s ideas under a rock, as some are wont to do, will not stop this murderous anti-Semitism, racism and bigotry.  Public exposure and public opposition of racism and bigotry are the first steps to making the United States a truly open, democratic society.

For those wanting more information on Miller, please take a look at a timeline IREHR has created and look at a previous article on the subject.

Leonard Zeskind

Author Leonard Zeskind

is founder of IREHR. For almost four decades, he has been a leading authority on white nationalist political and social movements. He is the author of Blood and Politics: The History of White Nationalism from the Margins to the Mainstream, published by Farrar Straus & Giroux in May 2009. [more..]

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