Kansas shooter ran for U.S. Senate, governor, declared war on Jews and ‘white race traitors’

By Tom Boggioni
Monday, April 14, 2014 2:02 EDT
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The man accused of killing three people  in Overland Park, KS. has a well known and extensive history that includes leading a white power party in North Carolina, spending time in federal prison, running for multiple political offices including governor and U.S. Senator, and even giving interviews to radio personalities Howard Stern and Alan Colmes.

Frazier Glenn Miller Jr., 72, of Aurora, Mo., was arrested by police on Sunday after killing two people outside Overland Park’s Jewish Community Center, and then a third person at a nearby Jewish assisted living facility. Police took Miller into custody at a nearby elementary school where witnesses saw him smiling as he was placed in a police cruiser before yelling “Heil Hitler” to the cameramen filming his arrest.

Miller is a well known figure to both state and federal authorities.

Born in North Carolina, Miller transformed the Carolina Knights of the Ku Klux Klan into a paramilitary organization called the White Patriot Party which advocated for an all-white state located somewhere in the south in the 1980′s . In an interview, Miller called for:

“The creation of an all-white nation within the one million square miles of mother Dixie. We have no hope for Jew York City or San Fran-sissy-co and other areas that are dominated by Jews, perverts, and communists and non-white minorities and rectum-loving queers.”

During his tenure as a leader and spokesman for the WPP, Miller ran unsuccessful campaigns to become the North Carolina Democratic Party’s nominee for Governor in 1984, and Republican Party’s nominee for a seat in the United States Senate in 1986.

In 1987 Miller went on the run while out on bail for operating a paramilitary camp. Miller was subsequently arrested, along with three other men on May 1, 1987 after the FBI and U.S Marshals flushed the four men out of a trailer with tear gas. A U.S. Attorney at that time said that Miller had mailed out over 5,000 letters attacking Jews, blacks, homosexuals, government officials and ‘white race traitors.’

Facing prison time, Miller brokered a deal with prosecutors, testifying against 14 leading white supremacists in a 1988 Arkansas sedition trial. In return he was given a three-year term in federal prison on weapons charges with an agreement to no longer involve himself in paramilitary operations.

After moving to Aurora, Miller involved himself with various white power newsletters and websites. In 2006 he ran as a write-in candidate for office once again, seeking a seat representing the 7th Congressional District of Missouri.

He received 23 votes.

In 2010, he attempted to run for office once again, seeking Missouri’s U.S. Senate seat as an independent. Miller gained attention for his run when radio stations refused to run his ads because they found them to be too offensive. In the ads Miller can be heard to say:

“White men have become the biggest cowards to ever walk the earth. The world has never witnessed such yellow cowards. We’ve set back and allowed the Jews to take over our government, banks, and our media. We’ve allowed tens of millions of foreign mud-people to invade our country, steal our jobs, and our women and destroy our children’s future. America is no longer ours. America belongs to the Jews who rule it, and the mud-people who multiply in it. The undeniable proof is that at davidduke.com. It’s time for white men to unite, join together and take our country back. This is Glenn Miller and I approve this message.”

Stations initially refused to run the ad, until the FCC ruled that they must run it despite the offensive content.

In 2010, Miller gave an interview to David Pakman of Midweek Politics Radio where he discussed the ad controversy as well as his feelings on Jewish control of the  U.S. government..

Asked by Pakman, who he would say was a bigger problem – Jews or blacks – Miller replied: “Compared to our Jewish problem, all other problems are mere distractions.”

Pakman then asked Miller if he was “gay-friendly.”

Miller explained that he definitely wasn’t gay friendly, adding, “If you think about what homosexuals do, if that doesn’t make you sick, you’re just as sick as they are.”

Miller explained that he became aware – calling it “Jew-wise” – of the control Jews have over affairs in 1974 after reading pamphlets by prominent white nationalist William Pierce among others.

Miller went on to explain that  Jews control the federal government, the mass media, and the Federal Reserve using “political correctness” as a weapon.

After Pakman mentioned that he is Jewish, Miller pointed out that he should know “these things.” When Pakman explained that he didn’t have the power that Miller ascribed to him, Miller replies, “That’s what Howard Stern says, and he’s a Jew liar, just like you.”

Miller then went on to heap praise on former Republican Presidential candidate Patrick Buchanan, calling him, “one of the few journalists to speak out against Jewish domination of the country.”

After Miller said that he believes that he could win his 2010 run for office, Pakman mentioned Miller’s  prior felony conviction, causing Miller to say he’s being attacked by Pakman, describing it as, “kike-like.’

Miller later went on to say that Jews were behind his 1988 conviction.

You can watch the video of Pakman’s telephone interview with Miller below:

Part 2 here:

In an interview with Buzzfeed, David Embree, a professor of religious studies at Missouri State University,  invited Wilson to speak to his class in an effort to illustrate the face of white supremacy to his students.

Embree described Miller as “over the top” as he boasted of crimes he’d committed and his times in the Klan, “His big thing was the Jews — ‘the Jews did this, the Jews did that.’ ”

According to Embree, a Jewish girl in the class spoke up in class and criticized Miller, saying, “You’re talking about my people.”

“He called her a kike,” Embree said.

“When he came to my class the first thing he did was show a video of himself at a Klan rally twenty or twenty-five years ago,” Embree remembered. “Those were the best days of his life.”


Tom Boggioni
Tom Boggioni
Tom Boggioni is based in the quaint seaside community of Pacific Beach in less quaint San Diego. He writes about politics, media, culture, and other annoyances. Mostly he spends his days at the beach gazing at the horizon waiting for the end of the world, or the sun to go down. Whichever comes first.
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