Haters rarely confine their venom to a single group. That’s clearly the case with Frazier Glenn Miller, the 73-year-old white supremacist and anti-Semite accused of killing three people outside two Jewish community centers in Kansas City. While Miller has spent much of his vile career attacking Jews and minorities, he inevitably has had time to embrace vicious homophobia as well.
Miller regularly railed against the LGBT community. He told one interviewer that he sought “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.”
In another interview, Miller was asked if he was “gay-friendly.” Wrong question, he told the interviewer.
“If you think about what homosexuals do, if that doesn’t make you sick, you’re just as sick as they are,” Miller replied.
On his website, which uses a shortened version of “whitey” as the url, Miller rants about how “the Jew-controlled entertainment media have taken the lead in persuading a whole generation that homosexuality is a normal and acceptable way of life.”
The Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks hate groups, has done yeoman’s service tracking (and even suing) Miller through the decades. SPLC also tracks anti-gay groups as well. That’s not to say that those groups espouse the same sickening violence that Miller is accused of carrying out. But it is a reminder that hate, in all it forms, is a destroying force.
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