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  • james von brunn
    Dirlewanger Brigade
    • Sep 2013
    • 335

    #76
    assuming Miller actually done this....he had the right idea but the wrong execution....

    extreme violence is the ONLY answer to fedZOGjewSA!

    if yr not prepared to engage in that.....then....FUCK OFF!!....emigrate to some-where like Russia or Sth America.....(if you have kids)

    but...if you have kids and remain in the jewSA....then.....yr just a fucking ARSE-hole!! .....yr effectively MURDERING them!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-zttPCDqYU



    if you don't have kids (or: they're grown up) and you continue to remain in the jewSA....w/out engaging in violent action against fedZOGjewSA....then....yr a part of the fucking problem, you fucking ARSE-hole ....yr an accessory after the fact to white genocide!

    uh...yeh.....more or less 'posted' the abv on Kievsky's `blog but he was too fucking GUTLESS to approve it!

    (most of the posters on there seem to me to be nuthin' more than a bunch of intellectualised, gutless, fckn WANKERs!! )



    fortuna favet fortibus


    i couldn't give a "XXXX"....have a coldie on me!!

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    • Will Williams
      Senior Member
      • May 2013
      • 255

      #77
      Originally posted by Rev.Cambeul View Post
      And Ron's still easily contactable today at https://www.facebook.com/ron.mcvan

      Cailen.
      That's a picture of Ron at that link, all right. Give him my regards when you contact him there. I don't do Facebook, thanks.
      Our task is not to persuade a numerical majority of the American population that we are right but rather to build the numerical minority of those whose values coincide with ours into a majority of will and determination.
      -Dr. William L. Pierce, National Alliance Founder, at NA's 1st General Convention September, 1978 http://natall.com/about/what-is-the-national-alliance/

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      • Will Williams
        Senior Member
        • May 2013
        • 255

        #78
        It ain't like media report it: there was no "Peaches."

        Go here for proper formatting and images: http://www.noncounterproductive.blogspot.com/
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        Wednesday, April 30, 2014

        Former federal prosecutor backtracks from "salacious" accusation against Frazier Glenn Miller

        Jim Giles is actually hostile to Frazier Glenn Miller. He has felt very strongly that Frazier Glenn Miller was guilty, as alleged in mass-media, of having been caught in a lewd act with a Black transvestite prostitute. But the fact that the accusation appeared dubious due to lack of documentation troubled him. Giles therefore contacted the source* of the lurid accusation, former federal prosecutor and current North Carolina Judge Doug McCullough, hoping to get confirmation of the claims about Miller, but the result is more nearly the opposite. In fact, by seeking the truth, Jim Giles has done us all, including Frazier Glenn Miller, a great favor.

        Significant Points from Jim Giles' Interview with Douglas McCullough

        McCullough claims only one "contempt of court" conviction to show for his plea-agreement with Frazier Glenn Miller

        Apart from the Black transvestite prostitute accusation, recent news-reports attributed two other deceptive statements to former federal prosecutor Doug McCullough. The initial report from WTVD-TV in Raleigh includes this quote:

        "We secured a number of convictions with his assistance...." [Doug McCullough, quoted by Steve Daniels, WTVD-TV, 24 April 2014]

        "A number of convictions" would generally be understood to mean many convictions. It is a well known and easily verifiable fact, however, that none of the defendants were convicted in the Fort Smith Mass-Sedition Trial, and Frazier Glenn Miller's associates Douglas Sheets and Robert Jackson were not convicted of the Shelby III Adult Bookstore murders. Those are the two cases where Miller testified as part of the plea-agreement that enabled him to get out of prison after only three years instead of dying behind bars. (McCullough's other misrepresentation is that Miller would be a free man by now anyway even without the plea-agreement.) There has been criticism (e.g. from Leonard Zeskind) of the fact that McCullough ultimately gained nothing from his deal with Miller, and that is precisely because of the dearth of convictions.

        Giles asks McCullough if it is true that there were no convictions made with the cooperation of Frazier Glenn Miller. McCullough responds that there was "at least one person convicted." "I think he was convicted of contempt of court, and that Miller assisted in that prosecution."

        McCullough probably has in mind the conviction of Robert Eugene Jackson for failing to appear in court. Glenn Miller's testimony was clearly not necessary to secure that conviction, since Jackson either had appeared or had not.

        After the acquittal of all 13 defendants at the Fort Smith Mass-Sedition Trial, after the acquittal of Douglas Sheets for the mass-murder at the Shelby III Adult Bookstore in a trial lasting only 5½ hours, and after charges were dismissed against Robert Eugene Jackson in the same case, all that former federal prosecutor Doug McCullough can claim for a success to justify his plea-agreement with Frazier Glenn Miller is a conviction for something along the lines of contempt of court.

        The fact that McCullough was clearly being deceptive about the value of his plea-agreement with Frazier Glenn Miller encouraged skepticism about his other, more bizarre claim.


        The Black Transvestite Prostitute Accusation

        Giles asks McCullough if it is true that Miller was caught in a lewd act with a Black male prostitute:

        "I am not going to say he was in the act. I don't have any recollection of that. He was in the company of this person, is the way I have consistently stated it. If anybody has said that I described him as being engaged in an act, that would be erroneous. He was in the company of a person who was known to the police to be engaged in that kind of activity for money, but to say that they were engaged in that act at the very moment that the police-officer pulled him over, I don't think that would be accurate, and I've never said that." (Doug McCullough, 30 April 2014)

        McCullough surely knows that WTVD-TV has indeed claimed that Glenn Miller was caught in the act. This is from WTVD's report, which was picked up by the ABC Television Network and then traveled around the world:

        The ABC11 I-Team has also learned something stunning about Miller's time in the Raleigh area. In the 1980s, Raleigh police caught him in the backseat of a car engaged in a sex act with a prostitute - a prostitute who was a black man dressed as a woman. [Steve Daniels, WTVD-11, 24 April 2014]
        Context implies that McCullough, who claimed to have seen the incident-report in question, was also responsible for the claim that Miller was "caught in the act." Now McCullough says that this is not true. McCullough also denies knowing the related detail about being caught "in the backseat":

        "I don't recall. I don't recall if it described where the two parties were sitting." (Doug McCullough, 30 April 2014)

        Since McCullough refers to Miller's being "pulled over" -- which would mean that he was driving his vehicle -- the probability that Miller was in the back seat at the time seems very slight.

        So here we have the former prosecutor, the ostensible source of the scurrilous tale about Frazier Glenn Miller and the Black transvestite prostitute, denying knowledge of much of what has been reported, and implying that WTVD's reporter Steve Daniels, or some source that Daniels was using but did not name (McCullough implies the SPLC), substantially invented the story.**

        McCullough proceeds to complain about how mass-media distorted his account, but then lets slip that he has in fact misrepresented his own knowledge about the matter. He claims that there were "salacious" details which he told reporters he did not wish to discuss, even though he now admits that there could not have been any "salacious" details, because according to what McCullough now says, no lewd act was recorded in the alleged incident-report.

        McCullough refers to the incident-report that is alleged as the basis of the whole scandal as a document of "marginal significance." That is McCullough's explanation for the fact that neither he nor anybody else seems to have retained the document. Given the nationwide notoriety of Frazier Glenn Miller in the 1980s, and the sensational nature of the accusation, such an incident-report would not be a document of marginal significance, and it does not seem like something that would be discarded.

        Frazier Glenn Miller, in an interview with the SPLC's Heidi Beirich last year, admitted that there was some incident with a Black transvestite prostitute, but maintains that his intentions toward that person were violent. The details of the story as reported by television-station WTVD and subsequently repeated by news-media around the world, especially the claim that Miller had been caught in the midst of a lewd act, made Miller's version of the story seem untenable. At this point however, the man who says that he actually saw the incident-report, who is also the only source for the story mentioned by WTVD, former federal prosecutor J. Douglas McCullough, has disavowed all alleged details that contradict Frazier Glenn Miller's account.

        This is in no way meant to justify Frazier Glenn Miller's or anybody else's actions in random "coon-conking" or "fag-bashing." This kind of activity was perhaps common at one time among skinheads and klansmen, but, although it may offer some immediate gratification, the ultimate effect of such uncivilized behavior, while law and order are still somewhat in effect, is counterproductive.

        The point is that former federal prosecutors and mass-media should not be lying or elaborating vivid accusations around an ambiguous grain of truth -- even about a person that they are confident nobody will try to defend.
        ______________
        * McCullough is the only source that Steve Daniels named in his report of 24 April 2014, and is therefore presumed to be the source for the alleged details of the transvestite incident. Context also implies it. If McCullough was not the source for the lurid account of the alleged incident with the transvestite prostitute, then Daniels has written a very misleading report.

        ** Steve Daniels was contacted several days ago and informed of the falsity and credibility-problems of some of the claims in his report, but so far no correction has been made. Even if McCullough did all the lying and Daniels accurately represented what McCullough had said, Daniels and whoever edits WTVD's news still bear responsibility for not being skeptical about wild claims, and for not bothering to check facts -- especially after they have been informed that there is a problem.

        PEACHES PEACHES PEACHES PEACHES PEACHES

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        Saturday, April 26, 2014

        Is former Federal Prosecutor and current North Carolina Judge Douglas McCullough LYING about Frazier Glenn Miller?

        On 14 April 2014 WTVD-11.of Raleigh, North Carolina, an ABC affiliate, published a story by Steve Daniels attacking the character of Frazier Glenn Miller. This story was immediately propagated far and wide by ABC and then predictably echoed uncritically by other mass-media.

        The source of these attacks on Miller's past was Douglas McCullough, a former federal prosecutor who is now an elected (Republican) judge. As an elected official -- in other words, a politician -- McCullough is not an uninterested party in this matter.

        First, McCullough seems to exaggerate the value of Miller's cooperation under a plea-agreement that McCullough arranged with Miller in the late 1980s:

        "We secured a number of convictions with his assistance and in our view we had removed him from a leadership role in the White Patriot Party, because now he was in jail," explained McCullough.

        This is a puzzling claim from the former federal prosecutor, because there were no felony convictions in either of the trials where Frazier Glenn Miller testified, neither in the Fort Smith Mass-Sedition Trial nor in the Shelby III Adult Bookstore trial. What "convictions" McCullough has in mind is not evident.**

        McCullough seems to be claiming past successes for himself, where in fact he failed.

        The fact that McCullough is defending his own reputation becomes even clearer in this section of WTVD's report:

        According to a 1987 sentencing memorandum from federal prosecutors, if Miller had not become an informant, and if the government had pursued all charges against him, he could have faced a 100-year sentence if convicted.
        We asked McCullough if it's possible Miller would still be in prison and three people in Kansas would still be alive.
        "Not possible. You have to take into context types of sentences that were actually being imposed and the types of offenses he had committed," McCullough explained.
        He said Miller would have served no more than 10 to 12 years.

        The former federal prosecutor may claim in 2014 that Glenn Miller would have served no more than 10 to12 years in prison if prosecutors had not made a deal with him, but that is closer to the maximum that Miller could have faced after the deal was made. The Associated Press reported in 1988 that Miller could have been sentenced to more than 100 years in prison if federal prosecutors had not offered him a plea-agreement (Associated Press, 4 January 1988).

        That's two major misrepresentations that save the former prosecutor's reputation at Glenn Miller's expense. Then McCullough makes an innuendo of sexual perversion about Miller:

        The ABC11 I-Team has also learned something stunning about Miller's time in the Raleigh area. In the 1980s, Raleigh police caught him in the backseat of a car engaged in a sex act with a prostitute - a prostitute who was a black man dressed as a woman. "It was pretty shocking," said McCullough. "...because of his personal stances that he had taken and what he was now accused of engaging in."

        McCullough told ABC11 he read the Raleigh police report about the incident with the prostitute. "The facts speak for themselves, and people can draw their own conclusion about how incongruous something like that is," he offered.

        Miller did not face charges in connection with the incident. McCullough explained that's likely because the government was pursuing the much bigger case against him.

        While McCullough claims that that the facts "speak for themselves," he presents no facts. He does not even state the year in which the incident is supposed to have occurred. The claim that some crime was committed and discovered by Raleigh Police without any charge being filed also seems highly suspect. It is not clear how the federal government's alleged intentions toward Miller should have motivated local authorities in Raleigh to desist from prosecuting an alleged violation of a local law. McCullough's account is void of details and makes no sense on its face.

        A spokesman for the Raleigh Police Department, responding to an inquiry on 24 April 2014, says that no record of the incident to which McCullough refers could be found. He is quoted here with permission:

        Recent news articles have included a mention of an incident said to have occurred in Raleigh, N.C., involving F. Glenn Miller; however no police report of such an incident has been located and no record of and an arrest for such an incident has been found. [Jim Sughrue, Director of Public Affairs, Raleigh Police Department, 25 April 2014]

        When giving permission to be quoted, Mr. Sughrue cautioned that there was some possibility that the documents relating to the incident (assuming that they existed) had been misfiled, since they would date from the period before RPD computerized its record-keeping.

        However, since certain other elements of Doug McCullough's account of Glenn Miller seem to be false (especially the claim that convictions were secured with Miller's help), the most likely explanation seems to be that there was no such incident-report and no such arrest.

        There are two discernible motives in McCullough's statements. One is to kill any sympathy that might exist for Miller and whatever he represents by branding him as a closet homosexual and hypocrite. These are typical themes of smear-propaganda that have been standard for many decades. Such accusations were even used in ancient times. The other is McCullough's exaggeration of his own record of success as a prosecutor, and self-justification in the question of whether federal prosecutors should have worked with Miller, since there has been general criticism recently of federal prosecutors' practice of seeking the cooperation of criminals.

        This is not to justify the shootings that Miller committed recently. The premise here is that nobody is justifiably tarred with lies.
        _________________________________
        * Some news-sources are even adding baseless details to the story. The New York Daily News adds the detail that Glenn Miller "paid" to have sex with the alleged Black transvestite prostitute, a detail that does not appear in their source, the report from WTVD. The addition of a detail like that is not inconsequential: it cuts off much of the possibility for doubting the approved interpretation of what happened. With sufficient aggregation of assumed details like that, a completely convincing story can be created out of practically nothing.

        ** “His testimony was extremely weak,” complains Leonard Zeskind, “I believe that Miller was essentially playing a game with the feds. And I don’t think he had any intention of becoming a good witness.” Zeskind clearly opines that McCullough's plea-agreement with Glenn Miller was not worthwhile. (James Hill, ABC News, 24 April 2014) McCullough claimed on 30 April 2014 that he got a conviction for "contempt of court" with Miller's cooperation, but that is not a felony, and if he means the conviction of Robert Jackson for failing to appear in court, Miller's testimony was not necessary for that.
        Posted by Hadding at 11:39 AM No comments:

        ================================

        Wednesday, April 23, 2014

        On Frazier Glenn Miller and the Downfall of his White Patriot Party

        Miller's Prior Life

        Frazier Glenn Miller
        According to Glenn Miller, he only became racially conscious in 1974. Prior to that he had been a liberal and self-hating White man, "the world's first wigger," "ashamed to be White and ashamed to be from the South." At the age of 26 he had married a Polynesian woman (A White Man Speaks Out, ch. 4), whom he describes as "the biggest whore in Fort Bragg, North Carolina." The marriage lasted about three years and produced only one child (which Miller doubts is his).

        Miller's worldview had begun to change in the late 1960s as a result of becoming better acquainted with his father, who had been generally absent when Glenn Miller was growing up. In 1974 Miller joined the National States Rights Party, and then in early 1976 the National Socialist Party of America. Miller says that his former marriage to a Polynesian woman was not a secret.

        Glenn Miller's Weakness and Harold Covington's Exaggeration

        In a post on the Northwest Front Forums dated 7 February 2010, Harold Covington took overall credit for the vast section of A Brief History of the White Nationalist Movement that is about Frazier Glenn Miller: "The Glenn Miller section is pretty much mine..." In truth, however, almost half of it is plagiarized from an essay by Bill White titled "Frazier Glenn Miller: A Biography Up Through His Convictions" published on Overthrow.com in February 2006.

        Harold Covington's Brief History claims that Miller had several mixed-race children, and had them playing in his yard with his White children when he was a unit leader in the NSPA. We are supposed to believe that a member of the National Socialist Party of America, Karl Kessler, observed this, but that Covington, leader of the party in North Carolina, somehow never learned about it until years later.

        Most likely Covington says that he only learned "years later" of Miller's past in order to avoid the problem of explaining why he, as a higher-up in the NSPA, had been willing to overlook it for several years. The same pattern is evident in the way that Covington has chosen -- even to this day -- to feign ignorance of his friend Frank Collin's Jewish ancestry.

        Then there is the matter of Glenn Miller's consumption of alcohol. While Bill White only mentions Miller's being intoxicated on one occasion, Covington caricatures him as a man constantly intoxicated. It is certain that Covington exaggerates, because at the time of his association with Covington and the NSPA Miller was an active-duty Army non-commissioned officer (E-8 Master Sergeant) and had to be sober at least five days a week. He also mentions turning down a shot of moonshine prior to the 1979 Greensboro Shootout because it was too early in the day.

        Covington spoke highly of Miller in a letter that he sent from the Isle of Man to his former NSPA associates in 1986. Click on the image, then click again to read it:

        This letter is inconsistent with Covington's later representation of how he perceived Miller's character during his tenure with the NSPA.

        Be that as it may, Glenn Miller clearly did have a drinking problem that was a great source of weakness for him. Miller talks about alcohol a few times in his autobiography. He even mentions a DUI arrest, and another occasion of driving while intoxicated. More importantly, it seems likely that a certain tendency to flee into escapism, which may have been the fundamental cause of his alcohol-consumption, undermined Miller's ability to deal with stressful situations in a steady, rational manner.

        The White Patriot Party

        In the early 1980s Frazier Glenn Miller led the most visible White racist organization in the country. Originally called the Carolina Knights of the KKK, then the Confederate Knights of the KKK, it ultimately became known as the White Patriot Party. Miller's organization was brought down through (1) the misbehavior of some members, (2) focused legal harassment, and (3) Miller's insufficient nerve and prudence for the tremendously difficult situations that he had to navigate.

        Several members of Glenn Miller's Carolina Knights of the KKK who were employees of a North Carolina prison were accused of harassing and intimidating a Negro coworker at his home while representing themselves as members of the CKKKK. This gave an occasion for the Southern Poverty Law Center to sue..

        In October 1983 Morris Dees' SPLC filed a $1 million civil suit against Glenn Miller and his organization for civil-rights violation. Miller writes: "This was the beginning of my downfall and the downfall of the organization which I had begun in December of 1980." ( A White Man Speaks Out, ch. 6)

        Since a public defender is not provided in Federal civil suits Miller had to conduct the defense himself, which meant that much of his time was taken up as an amateur trying to deal with documents pertaining to the suit, forming a stack of paper four feet high by the time Miller accepted an agreement (consent decree) offered by Morris Dees in January 1985. The agreement said that Miller would not break various laws of North Carolina nor march through predominantly Black neighborhoods.

        Miller explains: "Since I did not intend to do any of those things anyway, I was willing to sign it, just to get Dees off my back.... The difference was of course, that by signing the agreement 'as leader of,' I was accepting legal responsibility for every single member and associate of my organization."

        While the desire to be done with Dees' lawsuit is entirely understandable, it is clear that Miller should have sought professional advice before signing that "scrap of paper" which he somehow thought would have no consequence.

        Miller had interpreted Dees' suit as essentially a fishing expedition; Dees had used the suit as a premise to subpoena and question a large number of CKKKK members, in the hope, Miller believed, of uncovering some real crime. After fifteen months Dees could be considered to have failed in his purpose. Miller perhaps regarded the agreement as Dees' attempt to save face -- to declare victory and go home -- when in reality he was setting a trap.

        While the first Morris Dees suit was still going on, in August 1984, ten months after the suit began, Miller was visited by Robert Jay Mathews, who gave him $75,000, which, upon being asked, he admitted was stolen. After that, Mathews brought along several members of the Order who witnessed Miller's receiving an additional $125,000. The fact that a number of members of the Order witnessed the transfer left Miller vulnerable in the event that those members were ever arrested and decided to testify, which some of them did.

        When Miller's wife found out that her husband had accepted stolen money, she raged at him for several days, screaming, "I married an idiot!" among other observations.

        The real problem was the number of people that had witnessed the second transfer. Order-member Bruce Pierce, shortly after his capture in April 1985, revealed that Glenn Miller had received stolen funds from the Order. Although Pierce subsequently recanted, the revelation made Miller a focus of increased hostile scrutiny.

        Then an alleged violation of the agreement with the SPLC occurred. In July 1986 Glenn Miller, Stephen Samuel Miller, and the White Patriot Party faced the misdemeanor charge of contempt of court for violating the agreement that had ended the earlier civil-rights suit, with Morris Dees allowed to play the role of special prosecutor.

        According to Miller the case was based on perjured testimony from two convicts, James Holder and Robert Norman Jones. Miller writes in his autobiography that Holder's testimony lacked credibility, while Jones lied convincingly. Miller complained that one of his witnesses, Ward Frazier, had been physically beaten to prevent him from testifying (AP, 1 August 1986).

        After the trial Miller underwent a lie-detector examination to demonstrate that he had never met Jones and that Jones was therefore lying with his claim that Miller had acquired illegal weapons through him.

        Apart from outright perjury, some highly imaginative "expert testimony" of questionable relevance was admitted, from FBI special agent Wayne Manis. Following the arrest of Bruce Pierce in April 1985, the fact that Miller had some connection to the Order became public, a connection that was exaggerated by the FBI agent:

        An Effram Zimbalist, Jr. clone in the person of an FBI agent testified for the prosecution that he was an expert on The Order, and on the book Turner Diaries, and that Glenn Miller was definitely a member of The Order, and, I was carrying out the Turner Diary blue-print plan of violently overthrowing the government. He went on to describe in gory detail many of the crimes attributed to members of The Order, implying that I was as guilty as they. (Miller ch. 13)

        The Turner Diaries is a novel, and while it portrays some methods that a guerrilla-organization could use, the claim that the work constitutes a "blueprint" -- in other words, an overall strategy -- is absurd. The method whereby the heroes of the novel win in the end, by tricking the Soviet Union into launching a nuclear attack, lacks credibility. The author, Dr. William Pierce, has said that he wrote the novel to convey certain ideas to people who were more inclined to read fiction than non-fiction. The Turner Diaries presents a future dystopia based on trends that Dr. William Pierce had observed in the 1970s. The main purpose of The Turner Diaries was to make people aware of those trends.

        Furthermore, the picture of a vast White Racist Conspiracy that Wayne Manis portrayed was not realistic. It was the same picture of a vast racist conspiracy that formed the basis of the Fort Smith Sedition Trial in 1987-1988, which ended with all defendants acquitted, and was such an embarrassment for the Reagan Administration that Attorney General Ed Meese resigned. (The Justice Department's paranoid belief in a monolithic racist conspiracy in the 1980s parallels the exaggerations of the Soviet menace during the same period, and also foreshadows the paranoia about a monolithic Islamic conspiracy fifteen years later. Most likely all of these exaggerated beliefs can be traced to the influence of Neoconservative Jews, Ed Meese's chief of staff at the time being Neoconservative Jew and future talkshow-host Mark Reed Levin.)

        Miller describes this trial for contempt of court as a kangaroo process where emotionality and the say-so of authority figures trumped all. It lasted only five days. After hearing the FBI agent's paranoid testimony, and seeing how it swayed the court, Miller panicked. This was what Miller says induced him to go underground and declare war on the government, ending in his apprehension along with Jack Jackson, Douglas Sheets, Tony Wydra, and some illegal weapons in a rented mobile home in Ozark, Missouri about six weeks later.

        Because of his panic, Miller found himself in sufficient trouble that the government was able to pressure him to testify in the Fort Smith Mass-Sedition Trial, and then in Douglas Sheets' trial for the Shelby III Adult Bookstore massacre (which remains an unsolved crime). The fact that Miller agreed to testify for the government in order to avoid spending the rest of his life in prison ruined his reputation in the White racialist milieu, but nobody was convicted in either trial.

        The White Patriot Party tried to continue without Miller under the new name Southern Nationalist Party, directed by Miller's appointee Gordon Ipock (a.k.a. Gordon Gray) , but without the force of Glenn Miller's personality it sputtered and died.
        * * *

        Among the lessons of the story of Glenn Miller and the White Patriot Party are (1) do not sign legally binding agreements without good expert advice, and (2) do not panic under pressure. In both instances, signing the consent decree and then "going underground," Glenn Miller allowed the desire for escape from immediate difficulties to overpower him, rather than realistically persevering in the course of action most likely to produce the least terrible long-term result.
        Our task is not to persuade a numerical majority of the American population that we are right but rather to build the numerical minority of those whose values coincide with ours into a majority of will and determination.
        -Dr. William L. Pierce, National Alliance Founder, at NA's 1st General Convention September, 1978 http://natall.com/about/what-is-the-national-alliance/

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        • Rev.Cambeul
          Chief Administrator & Web Designer
          • Jul 2013
          • 482

          #79

          Description: Original Text: NRA VALUES ARE NOT CONNECTICUT VALUES.
          Reverend Cailen Cambeul, P.M.E., C.A.
          P.O. Box 420 Oaklands Park, SA 5046 Australia

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          • Will Williams
            Senior Member
            • May 2013
            • 255

            #80
            Bogus story is "quite the news"

            Originally posted by Rev.Cambeul View Post

            Description: Original Text: NRA VALUES ARE NOT CONNECTICUT VALUES.
            Glenn Miller is under a $10 million bond and will never be freed.

            But he might still be able to talk and give his side of things.

            Posted this comment, here: http://www.latinpost.com/articles/11...prostitute.htm
            ---

            FGM wasn't caught in the backseat with a male prostitute in the 1980s, black or otherwise. The report by Steve Daniels @ WTVD News in Durham, NC has proven to be bogus: http://noncounterproductive.blogspot...acktracks.html

            That didn't keep the "story" from going viral across the Internet, however.

            ---

            The article I responded to:
            ---

            Kansas City Jewish Center Shooting: KKK Leader Frazier Glenn Miller Once Caught Having Sex with Black Male Prostitute

            By Shooka Rafizadeh (staff@latinpost.com)First Posted: Apr 29, 2014

            Jewish Center Shooter Appears In Court (Photo : Getty)

            Recent investigations reveal that former KKK leader Frazier Glenn Miller was caught having sex with a black male prostitute back in the 1980s. This is quite the news since the organization's "grand dragon" -- the highest-ranking member of the KKK in a given state -- has obviously not always been so kind to other races and sexualities.
            These revelations were brought up by WTVD TV when looking into Miller's criminal background.
            Our task is not to persuade a numerical majority of the American population that we are right but rather to build the numerical minority of those whose values coincide with ours into a majority of will and determination.
            -Dr. William L. Pierce, National Alliance Founder, at NA's 1st General Convention September, 1978 http://natall.com/about/what-is-the-national-alliance/

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            • Will Williams
              Senior Member
              • May 2013
              • 255

              #81
              Yours truly, Hadding Scott

              Originally posted by Will Williams View Post
              ...FGM wasn't caught in the backseat with a male prostitute in the 1980s, black or otherwise. The report by Steve Daniels @ WTVD News in Durham, NC has proven to be bogus: http://noncounterproductive.blogspot...acktracks.html...
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              The article I responded to:
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              Kansas City Jewish Center Shooting: KKK Leader Frazier Glenn Miller Once Caught Having Sex with Black Male Prostitute

              By Shooka Rafizadeh (staff@latinpost.com)First Posted: Apr 29, 2014

              Recent investigations reveal that former KKK leader Frazier Glenn Miller was caught having sex with a black male prostitute back in the 1980s. This is quite the news since the organization's "grand dragon" -- the highest-ranking member of the KKK in a given state -- has obviously not always been so kind to other races and sexualities.
              These revelations were brought up by WTVD TV when looking into Miller's criminal background.
              Tsk, tsk! Email from Hadding Scott:
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              Hadding Scott
              9:51 PM (12 hours ago)

              to : XXXXXXX
              Four days after I sent this missive to WTVD-11's general manager, the station's response has been not to correct the station's false reporting but to try to cover it up. All comments under the story, including three made by me, have been removed, without the falsehood in the story being removed, much less corrected.

              http://abc11.com/archive/9514949/#comments

              ---------- Forwarded message ----------
              From: Hadding Scott <noncounterproductive@gmail.com>
              Date: Mon, May 12, 2014 at 10:53 PM
              Subject: Complaint of False Reporting
              To: general.manager@abc11mail.com
              Cc: "whitewill88@gmail.com" <WhiteWill88@gmail.com>


              To the General Manager:

              Having previously contacted reporter Steve Daniels and then the
              news-director of WTVD without satisfactory response, with due respect
              I now bring a matter of false reporting to your attention.

              WTVD's Web site carries a story written by Steve Daniels dated 24
              April 2014 in which the following allegation is made about Frazier
              Glenn Miller, the suspected perpetrator of recent shootings in
              Missouri: "In the 1980s, Raleigh police caught him in the backseat of
              a car engaged in a sex act with a prostitute - a prostitute who was a
              black man dressed as a woman."

              This claim seems to be entirely baseless. The implied source for the
              claim, Doug McCullough, who saw the incident-report that is the
              alleged foundation for the whole story, says that it is inaccurate.
              McCullough says that he did not say that Miller was caught in a
              sex-act and he says that he cannot recall whether Miller was alleged
              to be in the back seat.

              You can hear audio clips of the former federal prosecutor making these
              statements to an interviewer, Jim Giles:

              Audio-Clip #1: McCullough says that Miller was not caught in a
              sex-act: http://tindeck.com/listen/dxww

              Audio-clip #2: McCullough says that he does not recall that Miller was
              in the back seat: http://tindeck.com/listen/yimp

              Furthermore, McCullough is quoted by Steve Daniels as saying: "We
              secured a number of convictions with his assistance...." That
              statement would generally be understood to mean that several or many
              convictions were secured based on Miller's testimony, but when
              questioned by Jim Giles, McCullough claimed that he had secured just
              one conviction in a trial where Miller was involved, for something
              along the lines of contempt of court:

              Audio-clip #3: McCullough admits that he got only one conviction:
              http://tindeck.com/listen/tizj

              The entire interview that McCullough gave to Jim Giles can be heard
              here: https://rfmnews.wordpress.com/2014/0...e-glenn-cross/

              I think you will agree that, from whatever cause, Steve Daniels'
              report about Frazier Glenn Miller contains false and misleading
              elements, one of which, the claim that Miller was caught in a sex-act
              with a male prostitute, has unfortunately generated a worldwide
              sensation. It seems right that WTVD should either find sources to
              validate the claims that I have brought to your attention (which seems
              impossible) or publicly issue a correction.

              Yours Truly,
              Hadding Scott
              Our task is not to persuade a numerical majority of the American population that we are right but rather to build the numerical minority of those whose values coincide with ours into a majority of will and determination.
              -Dr. William L. Pierce, National Alliance Founder, at NA's 1st General Convention September, 1978 http://natall.com/about/what-is-the-national-alliance/

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              • Expose Them All
                Senior Member
                • May 2013
                • 525

                #82
                I don't believe one word about Miller and the jig fag prostitute. I believe what it is, is jews, they like to kick you when you're down. And it's strange how they attempt to embarrass someone over fag BS - when they profess so much love for them. And just had Obama legislate a bunch of laws for fags. And of course most jews despise fags - it's just that they despise Whites more. This BS is just as ridiculous and ludicrous as Cobb having 14% jig blood in him.

                As far as the Giles interview, I listened to it when it first came out - and it's just like Giles, as much as I like him, to try to get to the bottom of something. Even though when he does that, he doesn't realize, to get to the bottom of a pit, one must have to climb down it themselves.
                _________________________________________

                "We will find our most fertile field for infiltration by communists within the field of religion because religious people will swallow anything if it is hidden in religious terms."
                Lenin, founder of the Soviet Socialist USSR

                "The worst form of inequality is to try to make unequal things equal." -- Aristotle

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                • Crowe
                  Senior Member
                  • May 2013
                  • 200

                  #83
                  The story about Miller being caught with a nigger tranny is total and complete jew bullshit.

                  This doesn't mean I still don't think he is scum for doing what he did though. The biggest problem I got is he shot a 14 year old White kid. If he would have blasted yarmulkes off the heads of kikes then I'd feel differently about it.

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                  • Fred O'Malley
                    I AM THE PALE HORSEMAN
                    • Apr 2013
                    • 173583

                    #84
                    He was too drunk to know the difference. That's not an excuse, just a fact.
                    Government is a DISEASE - FREEDOM is the CURE
                    Integrity is doing the right thing when no one else is watching.
                    “Men fear thought as they fear nothing else on earth — more than ruin, more even than death. Thought is subversive and revolutionary, destructive and terrible, thought is merciless to privilege, established institutions, and comfortable habits; thought is anarchic and lawless, indifferent to authority, careless of the well-tried wisdom of the ages. Thought looks into the pit of hell and is not afraid … Thought is great and swift and free, the light of the world, and the chief glory of man.”Bertrand Russell, Why Men Fight

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                    • Craig Cobb
                      Senior Member
                      • Apr 2013
                      • 1717

                      #85
                      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aY74aJaYpec
                      Just an old Hippy who follows the Cult of M*** H***.

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