Frazier Glenn Miller, the man arrested for killing three people at two different Jewish centers in Overland Park, Kansas, over the weekend and allegedly screaming "Sieg Heil!" while he as detained, loved Ron Paul and Pat Buchanan, according to an old radio interview.
MoJo parsed the interview, included in the Pakman video above, for maximum insanity; emphasis added:
During the interview, Miller was unabashed about his anti-Semitic positions. When asked whether he thought the United States would be better off if Hitler had succeeded, Miller responded, "Absolutely, the whole world would... Hitler would have created a paradise on Earth, particularly for white people. But he would have been fair to other people as well." He added, "Germans are blamed collectively because of the alleged so-called Holocaust."
Not surprisingly, Miller denigrated most American politicians, but cited one positively: "If I had my way [all US Senators] would be in jail right now for treason, if not hung from a sturdy oak tree... Ron Paul is the only independent politician, representative in Washington." He also spoke highly of another conservative: "Patrick Buchanan, he's a great man, he's a great historian, he's one of the very few journalists who has the courage to speak out against Jewish domination in the country." Miller called Howard Stern "a Jew liar." When asked whether he supported the tea party, Miller replied, "The school's still out on them. They're a new movement. I'm watching them closely. I suspect, however, they'll be infiltrated by the Jews and therefore led into defeat."
Miller—whose biography of hate has been compiled by the Southern Poverty Law Center—is also featured in a political ad in the video, saying: "America belongs to the Jews who rule it and to the mud people who multiply in it. The undeniable proof is at DavidDuke.com."
When asked by Pakman whether he hated Jews or blacks more, Miller answer without hesitation: "Compared to our Jewish problem, all our other problems are mere distractions."
Ironically, two of Miller's victims over the weekend, Reat Griffin Underwood, 14, and his grandfather, William Lewis Corporon, reportedly were practicing Methodists. They had come to the Kansas City Jewish Community Center so Underwood could audition for a singing role in an upcoming community production.