The suspected killer of three people at two suburban Kansas City Jewish Community Centers is Frazier Glenn Miller, a convicted criminal, white nationalist and Holocaust denier with longstanding links to violent right-wing extremist groups.
As so many others are, I am horrified by another senseless act of gun violence in America that targeted people because of who they are. And though there is much to say about a prominent racist like Miller, here is one aspect of his thinking that will doubtlessly be passed over in most media accounts: He advocated the formation of an ethnically-exclusive white state in the Deep South. And like an increasing array of white nationalists — Jared Taylor is perhaps the most notable example — Miller presented the modern state of Israel as his model.
This is from the introduction to Miller’s self-published 1998 autobiography, “A White Man Speaks Out:”
Our Race is barely 8% of the world’s population, and even that figure is dropping fast. And we produce only about two percent of the infants. We buy twice as many caskets as cradles. Great future, huh?
But, on the other hand, look at Israel, where four and a half million Jews are surrounded by a billion Muslims. Armed to the teeth with one of the largest (if not the largest) nuclear arsenals in the world, these Jews dictate their will upon their Muslim neighbors.
There is a big difference, however, between Jew Israel and White America. Jew Israel is racist. They stick together. They fight for their own people. And, more important, they have the will to survive.
Why can’t we be like the Jews?
Why can’t we have the same racial pride, racial unity, and the will to survive as a people?
If the Jews can have a Jewish state of their own, then why can’t we have a White Christian state of our own?
Well, Whitey, whatcha say?
Not surprisingly once the suspected killer was revealed as an anti-Semitic white nationalist, some pro-Israel fanatics seemed gleeful for an opportunity to attack those they resent the most: Muslims, Palestinians & those who advocate for their equality.