The Kansas Jewish Center shooting suspect Frazier Glenn Miller gave a seminar on “White Nationalism and Jewish Supremacism” at Missouri State University in 2012, and during his talk he addressed Jewish students at “kikes,” bragged about crimes he committed and called his time as a leader of the Ku Klux Klan “the best days of my life,” according to the professor who invited him there.
Frazier Glenn Miller Proved To Students That “Hateful People Exist,” Prof Says
Miller was invited to give the talk by Professor David Embree of the university’s religious studies department, who said on Sunday that he extended the invitation to Miller and two other white supremacists to prove to his students “that such hateful people exist.”
“One of the things I’ve found with many of these groups is that if I tell the story myself [the students] don’t believe me,” Embree told the site Buzzfeed in an interview. “They just think I’m trying to make them look bad.”
After Miller gave his presentation, however, he said the students came away persuaded.
“They came out of there convinced that white supremacy is a real thing and a dangerous thing,” said Embree. “They thought, ‘Now we know, now we get why these guys have to be watched out for. These guys are for real.'”
Frazier Glenn Miller Has Long, Public History Of Hate
Unfortunately, it now appears that Miller was not watched out for closely enough, despite numerous such signs that he posed a threat. As The Inquisitr reported Sunday, the Jewish Center shooting suspect has been a highly public advocate of racist and anti-Semitic views since the 1970s. In fact, he was convicted and jailed for running a paramilitary organization, the White Patriot Party.
The above photo depicts Miller in his White Patriot Party uniform in the 1980s, and today, in his April 13 mug shot.
He has run for public office on a platform of blaming “Jewish bankers” for poor economic conditions, appeared on numerous TV and radio programs including The Howard Stern Show, and was a main subject of the critically acclaimed 1991 documentary Blood In The Face, an investigation of American right wing extremists.
Jewish Center Shooting Suspect Was Active On Neo-Nazi Internet Sites
After testifying against 14 fellow white supremacists in a 1987 sedition trial, however, Frazier Glenn Miller was labeled a “race traitor” by other extremists. But in recent years, he reemerged, running for congress in 2006 and becoming active on white supremacist internet sites.
On the far-right internet message board Vanguard News Network — whose motto is “No Jews. Just Right.” — Miller gave an account of his talk to Embree’s class, an experience he clearly found exhilarating.
“No holds barred, no quarter given to the 2 kikess’ present,” wrote Miller on the neo-Nazi internet forum. “The two extremely ugly kikes, one fat one skinny, did not deny one single charge I made against the jews. Their several questions were incredibly stupid, really. They did remain defiant with frowns the whole time, though. Noses stuck up in the air as if to dare me to do something about jewish attrocities.”
(All spelling and punctuation original.)
Saying that speaking to the class made him feel “absolutely TERRIFIC and CONFIDENT, even braggadocious,” Frazier Glenn Miller recounted an exchange with one of the Jewish students in the classroom.
“The skinny kike and I got so heated at one point, I raised up and blurted out, ‘Hell yes, I hate you and all jews, and you all deserve my hate for what your people have done to mine. Later she asked if I thought all jews knew about the jew attrocities I spoke about. I said that all intelligent jews do, and that since Germans are collectively blamed, jews should be also. She denied knowing anything, and I called her a ‘typical jew liar’.”
Professor “Still Trying To Process” Arrest Of Glenn Miller
Embree recalled Miller as “over the top,” saying, “His big thing was the Jews — ‘the Jews did this, the Jews did that.'”
But asked by the interviewer whether, in light of Frazier Glenn Miller being arrested as the Jewish center shooting suspect, he had second thoughts about inviting the anti-Semitic extremist into his classroom, Embree said only, “I’m still trying to process it even as I’m talking to you.”