White supremacist gives Nazi salute at conviction

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Frazier Glenn Miller , convicted of killing three people outside a Kancity City area Jewish centers, has been given the death sentence. Photo courtesy of Johnson County Sheriff's Office

Frazier Glenn Miller , convicted of killing three people outside a Kancity City area Jewish centers, has been given the death sentence. Photo courtesy of Johnson County Sheriff's Office

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It took the jury less than two hours to convict Frazier Glenn Miller, an avowed anti-Semite who testified that he intended to kill Jewish people. The three that Cross killed were Christians.

  • “Cross testified that 48 years ago, his father instilled in him that Jewish people wanted to destroy white people.”

    Gosh, where could he get such an awful message?


    “…. the Jews, who both killed the Lord Jesus and the prophets, and drove us out. They are not pleasing to God, but hostile to all men, hindering us …But wrath has come upon them..!”
    – (1 Thessalonians 2:15)

    To love God is to follow God and HIS BIGOTRIES:
    “YOU ARE WITH ME OR AGAINST ME” – JESUS (Matthew 12:30)

    Thus, the despicable immorality of Christianity.

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  • George Nixon Shuler

    Miller is a longtime white supremacist and domestic terrorist, a conspiracist with “The Order” gang which robbed Brinks Armored trucks to bankroll their revolution. Miller ratted them out only to resurface here after he finished his federal prison sentence. He was operating a Ku Klux Klan training camp at his compound in Missouri. The stupid schmuck killed three Christians who happened to be at Jewish institutions when he got nailed.

  • Sister Geraldine Marie, OP, RN, PHN

    People teaching others to hate, especially children who are so impressionable. What a tragedy, regardless of the faith of the victims. May they rest in peace and may the souls of all the faithful departed through the mercy of YHWH God rest in pease. Amen.
    The Jewish people are the Chosen People of all the nations on the earth to show us how to live justly and lovingly towards YHWH God and our neighbor. YAH’SHUA told the Samaritan woman at the well in John’s gospel, that “Salvation comes from the Jews.”
    This person sounds like he is mentally ill. Anti-semitism is not to be tolerated. It is disobedience to the Most High.

  • Sister,

    Jesus did not love Jews.

    Jesus said,
    “Whoever is not with me is against me” – JESUS (Luke 11:23)
    “Bring to me those enemies of mine who would not have me for their king and execute them in front of me” – JESUS (Luke 19:27)
    “If anyone comes to me and does not hate father and mother, wife and children, brothers and sisters–yes, even their own life–such a person cannot be my disciple.” – JESUS (Luke 14:26)

    Jesus hated those who rejected him:

    “Believe in me or be condemned” – JESUS (Mark 16:16)
    “If anyone does not love the Lord, let that person be cursed!” (1 Corinthians 16:22)
    “If anyone comes to you and does not bring our teaching [of the Christ], do not receive him into your house or give him any greeting” (2 John 1:10)

    It is time to dump these fables as divisive and hurtful.

  • Greg1

    Atheist, Jesus was born of a Jew, the Apostles were Jews, and his whole mission was focused on the Jews. And, in fact, he made his Jewish mother the pinnacle the human race in heaven, as she was the ark of the new covenant, carrying our Lord in her womb: “And the temple of God was opened in heaven, and there was seen in his temple the ark of his testament: and there were lightnings, and voices, and thunderings, and an earthquake, and great hail. And there appeared a great sign in heaven; a woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and upon her head a crown of twelve stars: And she being with child cried, travailing in birth, and pained to be delivered” (Rev 11:19 – 12:2). And for those who do not believe this figurative imagery does not describe Mary, then compare the following verses: Revelation 12: 4-6, 13-17 almost perfectly describes a real event that happened in the life of Mary, and is recorded in Matthew 2:3-18.

  • Larry

    Once Christianity started to make inroads with people other than Jews, the anti-Jewish nonsense began to creep in.

    First by blaming the entire Jewish people for the death of Jesus. Something which fueled Catholic antisemitism for 1500 years. Then followed by Martin Luther’s virulent antisemitism (which the Nazis simply added to).

    Lets be even more brutally honest. Up until a generation ago, antisemitism among Fundamentalist Christians was a given. 3 generations later, Christianity still hasn’t scrubbed clean its hand in the Holocaust. Antisemitism still is in the background of their “Christian Zionism”. They don’t respect Jews, they only want to keep them around until their messiah comes.

    Christians of an obnoxious bent believe that all people who are not of their faith are damned to perdition. That includes all religions besides their own. This means Jews as well. They don’t like to say it openly, but it is part of their belief.

  • Greg,

    “Atheist, Jesus was born of a Jew, the Apostles were Jews, and his whole mission was focused on the Jews….”

    Are you are actually unaware of the PRIMARY Christian requirement to accept Jesus as Savior? The Jews reject the Christian Messiah. Have you not heard this?

    It doesn’t matter who is born Jewish – it ONLY matters who accepts the Messiah. Jesus’ mother and the Apostles supposedly accepted the Messiah so they win the extra points in heaven!

    But the Jews lose – because bigotry.

    Again, it is offensive that I must teach you your own Christian religion.
    You obviously were not raised in Christianity as I was.

  • Mark

    Dear Atheist Max,
    You say that you were “raised in Christianity”. It’s now abundantly clear that you were raised in a fundamentalist form of Christianity 1) by the fundamentalist way you cite and interpret Bible verses, and 2) by the fundamentalist way you now hate and oppose “Christianity.” You still are a fundamentalist, just in the opposite direction from the positions you used to hold.
    Wouldn’t it be nice for us all if you could figure out how not to be fundamentalist? You could actually live a non-troll life!

  • Larry

    According to most Christians on this board, if you are not a fundamentalist Christian, you are not really a Christian.

    How come you never see “moderate” and “progressive” Christians calling out their shenanigans? As an atheist, I do more to support these non-fundamentalists than they have themselves. Why should that be the case?

    They only seem to come out when people criticize the faith in general and only to “circle the wagons”.

    “NALT” (Not All Like That) Christians are a worthless bunch unless they make their presence known when doing something other than being defensive.

  • @Mark,

    “Wouldn’t it be nice for us all if you could figure out how not to be fundamentalist?”

    Hitler’s Mein Kampf isn’t so bad if you don’t take it too seriously?

    The problem is not coming from Religious fanatics – it is coming from apologists who give religion a pass in the first place.

    Religion is like booze, gambling, alcohol and conspiracy theories.
    You have a right to it, but expect to be laughed at and humiliated for using it as a blueprint for your life.