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Old March 11th, 2006 #81
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Default Miller Attacked in 26 Jewspapers on 10 March 06

The Associated Press article was published in 26 newspapers, nationwide, on 10 March 06. I think I've gotten Hymie's attention now.

Democrats, Republicans say no to white supremacist candidate
Duluth News Tribune, MN - 7 hours ago
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Missouri Democrats and Republicans have refused to allow a white supremacist to run for Congress on their parties' tickets. ...
Democrats say no to would-be white supremacist candidate
Contra Costa Times, CA - 8 hours ago
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Missouri Democrats have refused to allow a white supremacist to run for Congress on their party's ticket. Glenn ...
Democrats won't allow 'pro-white' candidate
News-Leader.com, MO - 15 hours ago
Aurora man won't be on GOP ticket either, party says; but he still plans to seek seat in 7th. JEFFERSON CITY — Glenn Miller Jr ...
Democrats reject Miller congressional run; Candidate says he’ll ...
News-Leader.com, MO - Mar 9, 2006
Jefferson City — Glenn Miller Jr., whose self-described "pro-white" newsletter has sparked anger and concern in southwest Missouri, will not run as a ...
Democrats, Republicans say no to white supremacist candidate
Winston-Salem Journal, NC - 5 hours ago
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Missouri Democrats and Republicans have refused to allow a white supremacist to run for Congress on their parties' tickets. ...
Democrats, Republicans say no to white supremacist candidate
Charlotte Observer, NC - 5 hours ago
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Missouri Democrats and Republicans have refused to allow a white supremacist to run for Congress on their parties' tickets. ...
Democrats, Republicans say no to white supremacist candidate
Belleville News-Democrat, IL - 5 hours ago
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Missouri Democrats and Republicans have refused to allow a white supremacist to run for Congress on their parties' tickets. ...
Democrats, Republicans say no to white supremacist candidate
Macon Telegraph, GA - 5 hours ago
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Missouri Democrats and Republicans have refused to allow a white supremacist to run for Congress on their parties' tickets. ...
Democrats, Republicans say no to white supremacist candidate
WVEC.com (subscription), VA - 7 hours ago
Missouri Democrats and Republicans have refused to allow a white supremacist to run for Congress on their parties' tickets. Glenn ...
Democrats, Republicans say no to white supremacist candidate
WCNC (subscription), NC - 7 hours ago
Missouri Democrats and Republicans have refused to allow a white supremacist to run for Congress on their parties' tickets. Glenn ...
Democrats, Republicans say no to white supremacist candidate
Fayetteville Online, Fayetteville NC - 6 hours ago
Missouri Democrats and Republicans have refused to allow a white supremacist to run for Congress on their parties' tickets. Glenn ...
Democrats, Republicans say no to white supremacist candidate
San Luis Obispo Tribune, CA - 7 hours ago
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Missouri Democrats and Republicans have refused to allow a white supremacist to run for Congress on their parties' tickets. ...
Democrats say no to would-be white supremacist candidate
WCNC (subscription), NC - 7 hours ago
Missouri Democrats have refused to allow a white supremacist to run for Congress on their party's ticket. Glenn Miller Jr., who ...
Democrats say no to would-be white supremacist candidate
WVEC.com (subscription), VA - 7 hours ago
Missouri Democrats have refused to allow a white supremacist to run for Congress on their party's ticket. Glenn Miller Jr., who ...
Democrats say no to would-be white supremacist candidate
Duluth News Tribune, MN - 7 hours ago
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Missouri Democrats have refused to allow a white supremacist to run for Congress on their party's ticket. Glenn ...
Democrats, Republicans say no to white supremacist candidate
Bradenton Herald, United States - 7 hours ago
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Missouri Democrats and Republicans have refused to allow a white supremacist to run for Congress on their parties' tickets. ...
Democrats say no to would-be white supremacist candidate
Fort Wayne News Sentinel, IN - 8 hours ago
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Missouri Democrats have refused to allow a white supremacist to run for Congress on their party's ticket. Glenn ...
Democrats say no to would-be white supremacist candidate
Myrtle Beach Sun News, SC - 8 hours ago
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Missouri Democrats have refused to allow a white supremacist to run for Congress on their party's ticket. Glenn ...
Democrats say no to would-be white supremacist candidate
Centre Daily Times, PA - 8 hours ago
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Missouri Democrats have refused to allow a white supremacist to run for Congress on their party's ticket. Glenn ...
Democrats say no to would-be white supremacist candidate
The State, SC - 8 hours ago
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Missouri Democrats have refused to allow a white supremacist to run for Congress on their party's ticket. Glenn ...
Democrats say no to would-be white supremacist candidate
Biloxi Sun Herald, USA - 8 hours ago
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Missouri Democrats have refused to allow a white supremacist to run for Congress on their party's ticket. Glenn ...
Democrats say no to would-be white supremacist candidate
Kansas City Star, MO - 8 hours ago
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Missouri Democrats have refused to allow a white supremacist to run for Congress on their party's ticket. Glenn ...
Democrats say no to would-be white supremacist candidate
Kentucky.com, KY - 8 hours ago
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Missouri Democrats have refused to allow a white supremacist to run for Congress on their party's ticket. Glenn ...
Democrats say no to would-be white supremacist candidate
Belleville News-Democrat, IL - 8 hours ago
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Missouri Democrats have refused to allow a white supremacist to run for Congress on their party's ticket. Glenn ...
Democrats say no to would-be white supremacist candidate
Monterey County Herald, CA - 8 hours ago
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Missouri Democrats have refused to allow a white supremacist to run for Congress on their party's ticket. Glenn ...
Democrats say no to would-be white supremacist candidate
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, GA - 8 hours ago
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Missouri Democrats have refused to allow a white supremacist to run for Congress on their party's ticket. Glenn ...
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Default Article from 13 Mar 06 St Louis Post Dispatch newspaper

(There are so many jewsmedia reports (TV, radio, and newspapers) regarding this issue, I either don't bother to post them all here, or don't learn of them. This one appeared in the 13 Mar 06 edition of the St Louis Post Dispatch newspaper):


Anti-Semitic candidate can't get a spot on ticket
By Jo Mannies
POST-DISPATCH POLITICAL CORRESPONDENT
03/13/2006


Glenn Miller can't find a Missouri political party willing to accept his $100 filing fee - or his anti-Semitic views - so he can run for Congress.

The Missouri Libertarian Party on Monday became the third to reject Miller's payment, thus keeping him off the party's ticket in the August primary. The state Democratic and Republican parties turned away Miller's check last week.

Miller, 65, is a retired Army sergeant from Aurora, Mo., in the southwestern part of the state. He's seeking to run as a candidate in the state's 7th Congressional District, now represented by Republican Roy Blunt, one of his party's leaders in the U.S. House and the father of Gov. Matt Blunt.

All three state parties are rejecting Miller because of his outspoken statements against Jews and his former involvement in the White Patriot Party, a white supremacist group.
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"They're making it virtually impossible to get my name on the ballot," said Miller in an interview Monday, adding that he was considering a lawsuit. He contended that it was improper for the parties to block his candidacy, especially since "taxpayers pay for the voting process."

The quandary for Miller is that only candidates on Missouri's Republican, Democratic and Libertarian parties have automatic ballot access. Other parties or candidates must collect signatures; the number depends on the office sought.

To run as an independent candidate, Miller must collect 5,964 signatures from registered voters in the 7th District. He can also run as a write-in candidate.

Spokesmen for all three major parties said they had the right to reject any person who filed for office on their ticket, although they acknowledged that it's rarely happened in Missouri.

Jack Cardetti, spokesman for the Missouri Democratic Party, which was the first to refuse Miller's application, said, "He does not share our core values, so we're not going to let him run on our ticket."

The state Republican Party spokesman, Paul Sloca, said the party's history rules out Miller's candidacy. "It would be extraordinary for us to turn someone down," he said. "But as the party of Lincoln, we can't accept him on the Republican ticket."

The Republicans were embarrassed in 2002 when convicted felon Al Hanson unexpectedly won the party's nomination for state auditor. The party disavowed Hanson but couldn't keep him off the ballot because it already had accepted his filing fee. That prompted both major parties to more closely scrutinize potential candidates.

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Default Miller Letter-to-Editor in Springfield News-Leader, 14 Mar 06

They cut out half my LTE. Here's what was published:


»
System terrified of white interests

The so-called party of family values, the Republicans, have a transgender activist on their ticket but rejected me, a retired Army master sergeant with two tours in Vietnam. Strange bedfellows, huh?

Fact is, system politicians fear me because I speak out for white interests. They are terrified of any real white man being on the ballot providing a choice for fed-up white voters.

OAS_AD('ArticleFlex_1'); The media and political whores have tagged "white supremacist" on every white rights spokesman for the past 50 years. While blacks, Hispanics, and Jews have thousands who speak out and work for their racial interests, including black and Hispanic political caucuses. And I can't even get on the ballot but am forced to run as a "write-in" candidate.
Still, I'm confident white voters will send me to Washington to raise some hell for them. Glen Miller, Aurora
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Default Springfield (MO) News-Leader Article, 15 Mar 06

Third party rejects white supremacist candidate

The Associated Press

St. Louis ? The Missouri Libertarian Party this week became the third Missouri political party to refuse to allow a white supremacist to run for Congress on its ticket.

Glenn Miller Jr., who once was the subject of a nationwide manhunt, last week was spurned by the Democratic and Republican parties in his attempt to challenge Republican Roy Blunt for his 7th Congressional District seat.

The Missouri Libertarian Party on Monday also rejected Miller?s filing fee, thus keeping him off the party?s ticket in the August primary.

All three state parties are rejecting Miller because of his outspoken statements against Jews and his former involvement in the White Patriot Party, a white supremacist group. They claimed the right to reject any person who filed for office on their ticket.

?They?re making it virtually impossible to get my name on the ballot,?
Miller told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, adding that he was considering a lawsuit. He contended that it was improper for the parties to block his candidacy, especially since ?taxpayers pay for the voting process.?

Miller, an Army veteran and retired truck driver from Aurora, wants to run as a candidate in the state?s 7th Congressional District, now represented by Blunt, one of his party?s leaders in the U.S. House and the father of Gov. Matt Blunt.

Miller became the subject of a national manhunt in 1987 after he violated the terms of his bond while appealing a North Carolina conviction for operating a paramilitary training camp. The search ended after federal agents found Miller and three other men in an Ozark mobile home, which was filled with hand grenades, automatic weapons and thousands of rounds of ammunition.

To run as an independent candidate, Miller must collect 5,964 signatures from registered voters in the 7th District. He also can run as a write-in candidate.
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Default 10 More Newspaper Reports

On 15 Mar 06, another 10 newspapers, including the Washington Times, ran the following United Press International news report, bragging that a "White supremacist" was denied ballot access in Missouri:




Supremacist blocked from Missouri ballot
United Press International - 9 hours ago
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., March 14 (UPI) -- A retired Army sergeant trying to get on the ballot in Missouri has been rejected by the Republicans, Democrats and ...
Third party rejects white supremacist candidate
Kansas City Star, MO - 11 hours ago
ST. LOUIS - The Missouri Libertarian Party this week became the third Missouri political party to refuse to allow a white supremacist ...
Little Choice
Winston-Salem Journal, NC - Mar 14, 2006
When North Carolina voters go to the polls this November, they might find that they have little choice other than Tweedle-Dum and Tweedle-Dumber. ...
Anti-Semitic candidate can't get a spot on ticket
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, MO - Mar 14, 2006
Glenn Miller can't find a Missouri political party willing to accept his $100 filing fee - or his anti-Semitic views - so he can run for Congress. ...
POLITICAL FIX
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, MO - Mar 13, 2006
By Jo Mannies. A number of comments posted on Political Fix over the weekend questioned whether the major parties had the legal standing ...
AS THE MILLER TOLD HIS TALE
Free Market News Network, FL - Mar 13, 2006
Interesting situation here in Missouri. Keith's laid out some of the details, but I've been following things myself. Some thoughts: ...
Fight for your right to third party
WorldNetDaily, OR - Mar 12, 2006
The recent death of two-time Libertarian Party presidential candidate Harry Browne got me to thinking about the importance of third parties in American politics ...
Third party rejects white supremacist candidate
News-Leader.com, MO - 3 hours ago
St. Louis — The Missouri Libertarian Party this week became the third Missouri political party to refuse to allow a white supremacist ...
Supremacist blocked from Missouri ballot
NewKerala.com, India - 7 hours ago
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.: A retired Army sergeant trying to get on the ballot in Missouri has been rejected by the Republicans, Democrats and Libertarians because ...
Supremacist blocked from Missouri ballot
DailyIndia.com, NY - 8 hours ago
JEFFERSON CITY (UPI) -- A retired Army sergeant trying to get on the ballot in Missouri has been rejected by the Republicans, Democrats and Libertarians ...
Supremacist Blocked From Missouri Ballot
Post Chronicle - 8 hours ago
by UPI Wire. JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - March 14, 2006 (UPI) -- A retired Army sergeant trying to get on the ballot in Missouri has been ...
Supremacist blocked from Missouri ballot
Washington Times, DC - 9 hours ago
A retired Army sergeant trying to get on the ballot in Missouri has been rejected by the Republicans, Democrats and Libertarians because of anti-Semitism. ...
Third party rejects white supremacist candidate
Belleville News-Democrat, IL - 10 hours ago
ST. LOUIS - The Missouri Libertarian Party this week became the third Missouri political party to refuse to allow a white supremacist ...
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Default Rounder on KMBC TV (Kansas City, MO)

As with many media reports and interviews, this one was not posted in this thread at time of interview/broadcast:

After interviewing me in my home on 20 Jan 06, jewish reporter Dan Weinbaum (tel: 816-805-9559) of Channel 9 TV, broadcast the interview in early February 06. It was quite lengthy, and it showed the sign I held up "GOVNN.COM". Alex said he was flooded with emails as a result.

That TV broadcast also resulted in an invitation to appear on national TV - CNBC's Donnie Deutsch Show.
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Default Article below in Springfield News-Leader, 29 Mar 06

Article below regards the Glenn Miller lawsuit filed on 27 Mar 06, against Missouri Secretary of State Robin Carnahan:


'Pro-white' hopeful files suit to gain ballot spot

James Goodwin
News-Leader

A would-be candidate shunned by the state's political parties because of his views on race has filed a federal suit seeking to be added to the Democrats' August primary ballot.

Frazier Glenn Miller hopes to run against Republican Congressman Roy Blunt — and he may in November as an independent or write-in candidate.

But the Aurora resident is asking that Secretary of State Robin Carnahan be forced to list him as a Democrat on the Aug. 8 ballot.
Carnahan, a Democrat and the state's top elections official, is the only defendant named in the suit.
Miller also seeks unspecified damages for past and future "loss of self-esteem, humiliation, emotional injuries ... and loss of enjoyment of life."
Carnahan's office contends that Miller didn't fulfill the filing requirements.
He filed for the 7th Congressional District seat as a Democrat on March 6. Carnahan's office accepted his $100 filing fee on behalf of the party, but the Democrats refused it, citing his racial views, which Miller describes as "pro-white."
The Republican and Libertarian parties denied Miller a place on their primary ballots, as well.
"Do you remember how you were taught in school that every child has the right to grow up and become president?" Miller asked Tuesday.
"I can't even get on the ... ballot, and I'm a retired United States Army master sergeant with two tours in Vietnam. Go figure."
Stacie Temple, a spokeswoman in the secretary of state's office, said the act of paying a filing fee requires a transfer of funds.
Because the Missouri Democratic Party refused Miller's check, he didn't pay, she said.
"The position of the office will remain that because the filing fee was not paid, he was not a qualified candidate," said Temple, who added that she hadn't seen a copy of Miller's suit.
Tuesday was the deadline for filing for congressional, state and county offices.
Miller has until Oct. 27 to declare his intent to run as a write-in candidate in the November general election. He has until July 31 to collect almost 6,000 signatures to run as an independent.
The already-crowded race also has attracted:
Democrats Charles Christrup of Cape Fair, Ron Lapham of Bolivar and Jack Truman of Lamar.
Libertarian Kevin Craig, Powersite.
Republicans Bernard Kennetz Jr., Nixa; Clendon Kinder, Joplin; and Mitchell "Midge" Potts, Springfield.
Candidates in other races whose names will appear on Aug. 8 primary ballots include:
Former state Rep. Doug Harpool, a Democrat who hopes to unseat state Republican Sen. Norma Champion in the 30th.
Republican and current state Rep. Brad Roark, who hopes to replace Democrat Dave Coonrod as Greene County presiding commissioner. Republican Robert L. Campbell and Libertarian Mark "Majic" Jones also seek the seat.
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Default Miller letter-to-editor in News-Leader (3 Apr 06)

The following letter-to-editor was published in the 3 Apr 06 edition of the Springfield (MO) News-Leader newspaper:


GLENN MILLER »


Give voters chance to decide


Re: "Pro-white hopeful files suit to gain ballot spot," March 29 News-Leader.

Voters, not bureaucrats and media hounds, should decide if I'm fit to be a U.S. congressman.



With southwest Missouri being overrun by tens of thousands of illegal aliens, and with traitors in Washington voting to legalize 11 million more, white voters deserve the right to vote for a white man who'll raise hell about it.

Article 4, Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution states: "The U.S. (government) shall protect each state from invasion."

Not only do Washington's traitors refuse to protect us from invasion by illegal invaders, they're going to slap us in the face by legalizing them. Outrageous!

Meanwhile, our Jewish-controlled media praises the invaders and yells "white supremacist" and "anti-Semite" at every white person who complains publicly.

White Ozarkians are fed up, and if given the chance, they'll send me to Washington. Do the right thing, Ms. Carnahan. Let the people vote.
Glenn Miller, Aurora
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Default VNNF member's letters-to-editor published

This LTE appeared in the Wednesday, May 10, 2006 edition of the Farmville Herald regarding Ron Doggett, SA Mann and myself demonstrating against the Faith and Politics Institute's 'pligrimage' to Prince Edward County for reconciliation (White guilt trip) due to that county's schools closing for 5 years rather than integrate.

Pilgrimage Should Also
Be Labeled Outsiders

Editor, The Herald:
This is in response to Wake up, This is 2006', get a life, by Caria Cupp of Rice. I will never be ashamed of standing up for my race, which I and two other White men did on April 30. Despite what spin is put on it by the Faith and Politics Institute, George Allen, John Lewis or anyone else, integration was really never accepted by the vast majority of White Americans in 1954 when the Brown vs. Board of Education decision forced Whites to have to go to school with Negroes. Integration is not really accepted today by the majority of White Americans either. Most Whites simply tolerate it because it is now the law of the land. It was not always this way though. Segregation was the law of the land 52 years ago, but these laws were made by people representing the White majority. Only by the courts forcing integration upon the White South were segregation laws overturned. Integrated schools have a much lower standard of learning and a higher level of violence, especially Black-on-White violence, than segregated schools ever did. Whites have voted with their feet and self-segregated themselves ever since Brown was rammed down their throats. Literally hundreds of millions of White lives have been affected negatively by integration.
The editor of this paper (The Farmville Herald) is so moved by the stories of a few hundred Negroes that were affected by Prince Edward County closing their schools for five years, even though the schools (for blacks) would have stayed open if integration was not forced upon the county. These Negroes would have received an education, but the federal government ruined that. I wonder if he would be so affected by the horror stories of 100 million Whites who have had integration forced upon them. The parents had a problem with integration, and rightfully so. Most of the children that had to endure forced integration had problems with it as well. As to your opinion that the rest of the nation do not agree with us: most Whites that can live wherever they want to live in a mostly White area. Do not be fooled by what people say, look at their actions. Most Whites (and Negroes as well) do not look favorably on forced integration, which is what all integration is, that is, forced. By the way, all three of us are from Virginia, which is more than I can say for Senators Allen and Lewis and the Faith and Politics Institute. So if you want to label us outsiders, you must also label as outsiders the ones who brought this White guilt pilgrimage to Farmville. Lastly, I am glad Caria has moved from Richmond as the I. Q. level has increased substantially and I feel much safer.

Walter Ring
Richmond

(Editor's note: My public school experience actually included the court-ordered busing-to-achieve-integration era. During those years, over 80 percent of my classmates were black and it deepened my belief that people are people and that skin pigmentation doesn't matter at all).
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This LTE appeared in the May 12 edition of the Southside Messenger, a newspaper out of Keysville, VA, a small town not far from Farmville.

Letters To The Editor

Dear Editor:

Thursday, May 11, 2006 3:23 PM EDT


I am the person holding the Confederate Flag and the sign "never accept integration" in the picture that accompanied this article. I must say, the article was very biased and full of omissions and errors.

First of all, none of the three of us EVER claimed to be local residents. I am from Henrico County, Ron Doggett is from Henrico County as well and Tim Hatley is from Mecklenburg County. However, I do not see what difference this makes since Senators George Allen and John Lewis are not even from Virginia. In fact, the Faith and Politics Institute is from Washington, DC. Integration was and still is a national issue and Prince Edward County is a national symbol of segregation and defiance to the feds telling white people they have to go to school with negroes. Besides, this is America and anyone can demonstrate anywhere for or against anything.

Second, we never told anyone we were with any group, but that we were independent pro-white activists. The police had to outnumber us three to one because negroes like the four that you claimed to have told us "nothing but love here" cursed at us, called us epithets including racial names and threatened us with physical violence. However, we were prepared to defend ourselves and would have if necessary. I believe in the First Amendment and the people that talked with us and demonstrated against us in a peaceful manner had every right to do so. However, threats of violence will never be accepted by me or any other pro-white activist.


Third, there were at least as many people that supported us as those that opposed us, but the ones that opposed us were far more vocal. It's funny. Media like this paper think we are relics from the past and outdated racists that cannot be taken seriously. If this is the case, how come so much attention is given to pointing out how wrong we are? If we really are relics and no one cares what we think, why not ignore us? You cannot, because the vast majority of Americans really have never accepted integration, they just go along with because it was ordered upon them by decree and the courts. White Southern Solidarity.

Walter Ring

Richmond (Henrico County), VA

Editor's Note: 1) A Southside Messenger reporter heard the men claiming to be local. 2) A simple internet search reveals that the men all have ties to various racist groups. 3) There was no public display of support for the protesters. If there were supporters, they were either not vocal or not present as we talked with people at the scene. 4) We did not ignore the presence of the protesters because a protest is news and local residents have a right to know what is happening in the community. 5) No reporter witnessed threats against the protesters.
 
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Default From The Daily Pilot, Costa Mesa, CA (3 Jun 06)

The following is the first jewsmedia report resulting from the distributions of The White Patriot Leader newspaper - 1st edition - Published May 06 in 40,000 copies.


Racist paper lands in Costa Mesa yards

*White supremacist literature found in driveways surprises residents on quiet College Park street.

By Alicia Robinson, Daily Pilot

An undetermined number of residents on Fordham Drive in Costa Mesa's College Park neighborhood received what was likely an unexpected delivery Thursday night -- a white supremacist newspaper.

The White Patriot Leader, with a post office box in Springfield, Mo., was found in some driveways on Fordham Drive, though it's unclear how many residents received the paper.

At least 16 homes on Fordham in about a six-block area between Princeton Drive and West Wilson Street had the papers lying in their driveways at midday Friday.

Jeff Diercksmeier, a resident of the 2300 block, said he found the paper around 9 p.m. Thursday night.

Diercksmeier, at least, was not interested in seeing any more of the paper.

"That's just vile. That has no place in our community," he said.

He checked down the street all the way to Fairview Drive and saw a number of the papers, he said.

"You could tell that they had been thrown to all the houses, and that's got to be 150 houses at least," he said.

He's lived on the street for 10 years and doesn't remember ever getting similar literature, he said.

The paper's front page reads "Invasion!" in large type across the top and features photos of people marching, apparently from recent immigration-related rallies.

Inside are articles by the paper's publisher, Glenn Miller, and well-known white supremacist leader David Duke, and a recommended reading list that includes "Mein Kampf" and "The Turner Diaries," a novel the FBI believes inspired the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing.

Several residents on Fordham, a quiet residential street where some people had their front doors open, said they did not receive the paper, and it did not appear to have been thrown in driveways on the streets that cross Fordham.

"I've never seen anything like this. It's kind of a surprise," said Ronald Sanchez, who has lived on Fordham Drive for four years.

The paper delivery was less of a surprise to Mark Potok, director of the Southern Poverty Law Center's Intelligence Project, which monitors hate groups. Potok said white supremacist groups often spread propaganda the same way, though he hasn't heard of literature drops specifically in Costa Mesa before.

Costa Mesa has drawn national attention because of the City Council's controversial plan to train police for immigration enforcement, and Potok said that's likely the reason the paper was distributed here.

"Some hate groups may suspect that they have sympathizers in Costa Mesa, and they're looking for them."

Tina Anjozian, a neighbor down the block agreed. She said she's never received a paper like that before, and at first she didn't notice the one lying near her porch Friday.

"I would remember that," Anjozian said. "I've been here nine years."

Costa Mesa Mayor Allan Mansoor, who has been praised and criticized for spearheading the immigration plan, said he hadn't heard anything about the papers, and he doesn't know why someone would deliver them in the city.

"Certainly, it's not something we want in the community, but it sounds like an isolated incident," he said.


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Default Glenn Miller Letter-to-Editor in Daily Pilot Newspaper (9 Jun 06)

My following LTE was published in the 9 Jun 06 edition of Costa Mesa's (CA) Daily Pilot newspaper - a rebuttal of their demonization news article above:



Dear Editor;

Re: "Racist paper lands in Costa Mesa yards," June 3.

Seven hundred copies of our pro-white newspaper, the White Patriot Leader, were distributed a few days ago in your formerly "fair" city. Its purpose is to present alternative news and commentary to that of America's Zionist controlled, anti-White mass media.

Blacks, Hispanics, Jews and Asians publish literally hundreds of newspapers promoting their specific racial interests and views. But none of them are called racist by the system's controlled media. So why get all bent out of shape because whites publish one? Doesn't freedom of the press extend to white folk anymore?

So what if some people were offended. Heck, I'm offended every time I turn on the TV or radio or read a system newspaper by all the anti-white hate propaganda and race-mixing gibberish spewing from them. Race mixing is race destruction. And all those who promote it or engage in it are guilty of genocide against the white race, as very simple logic, math and good eyesight proves, undeniably.


But I'm a reasonable white man, thus willing to oblige Costa Mesa's Oprah-soccer-moms, girlie-men and illegal immigrants upset by our newspaper.

They can phone me at (417) 463-7703 to stop deliveries. Others can look forward to lots more.

Thank you for allowing my free speech in your paper.
GLENN MILLER
Springfield, Mo.

* EDITOR'S NOTE: Glenn Miller is the publisher of The White Patriot Leader newspaper.
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Default Glenn Miller Letter to Editor in Springfield News-Leader, 20 Jun 06

Dear Editor;


The federal court ruled on May 31 that political party leaders, and not party members, get to decide which candidates' names appear on primary election ballots. (This was in Springfield federal court, case #06-5032-CV)


As you know, I'd previously filed to run for Congress. The bosses of both parties refused to accept my filing fee. The secretary of state refused to include my name on the ballot. I filed a federal lawsuit. And the court ruled against my candidacy, stating the following, in part:


Quote:
"The Constitution contains no express provision that guarantees the right to become a candidate... The court cannot find that a political party can not refuse membership."

The media predictably silenced this federal court ruling, and neither the ACLU nor politicians, nor investigative journalists, has yet voiced public outrage. Why? Because I'm not politically correct. I'm a pro-white activist and they are all anti-white activists, terrified of voters having the chance of voting for a real white man who works for the interests of white people.

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Default Miller on Washington, DC TV news (Channel 4), 20 Dec 06

TWPL on Washington, DC TV News Today
Thanks to distributions of over 4,000 WPLs by Ron Doggett and Ironguard1940, Channel 4 TV station in Washington, DC did a news broadcast today, which included a phone interview with your's truly. The video can be viewed at www.nbc4.com (just click on: "Paper Causes Stir in Prince William County." ) Here's the transcript:



Paper Causes Stir In Prince William County

White Patriot Leader Distributed In Prince William County Neighborhoods


POSTED: 6:57 pm EDT June 20, 2006
UPDATED: 7:35 pm EDT June 20, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- A newspaper that says it is for white Americans and was passed out in a couple of Prince William County, Va., neighborhoods over the weekend is creating a stir in the community.

No one is saying the newspaper, the White Patriot Leader, should not be published -- because of the right to free speech -- but officials and residents in Prince William County said they want to make it clear the message in the paper is not welcome, News4's I.J. Hudson.


The paper is published in Springfield, Mo., by Glenn Miller, who is running for U.S. Congress. It suggests America is under siege by immigrants, that whites are second-class citizens, and that blacks and Hispanics are racists banding together to gain superior rights over whites. It also states that whites are too cowardly to stand up for their rights.


The paper recommends several Web sites for more information, including it's own, which offers video of the publisher and events that leave little to the imagination as to where the group stands.
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Hunter's Grove Estates is one of the neighborhoods where copies of the White Patriot Leader were distributed over the weekend.


"It's pretty trashy," said Hunter's Grove resident Susan Hartley. "Says some pretty nasty things."


She said she doesn't think the paper reflects the thinking in Prince William County.

"My first reaction was, 'I'm not going to let this go unanswered,'" said Chris Layne, an employee at News4 who received the paper, was outraged by it and wrote an editorial about it. "If I said nothing and merely threw away the paper, then my neighbors would not know how I felt on the issue."


"We are reviewing the paperwork, reviewing the flier that was put out, to see if any criminal charges could be filed," said Prince William County police Sgt. Kim Chinn. "And if they could, we'll act accordingly."


County Supervisor Martin Nohe said his assistant received the paper. He said he's been receiving a lot of calls about it.


"Everyone's upset about it," he said. "I mean, this is the kind of cowardly act that we don't need in this county. This isn't the kind of county where this kind of thing is welcome. I don't think that this is the kind of thing that anyone's going to support in our community. And I think that the message that everyone, in my district at least, wants to send out is that this isn't welcome in our neighborhoods."


Miller told News4 that the papers were delivered in Prince William County to try "to save the white race. That's why we put the papers in this neighborhood."


The paper is distributed in 28 states, Miller told News4.

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Default TWPL makes news in NVA

The Potomac News is a newspaper covering Woodbridge, Dale City and Manassas.

http://www.potomacnews.com/servlet/S...88637656&path=

Neighbor speaks against 'hate' paper


By LILLIAN KAFKA
lkafka@potomacnews.com
Wednesday, June 21, 2006

A white supremacist tabloid was distributed in at least two Hoadly area neighborhoods and one neighbor is speaking out against the newsletter's message.
The White Patriot Leader was dropped onto driveways along semi-rural Basswood Drive near Purcell Road on Saturday afternoon and some neighbors are wondering where the publication came from.

Local officials don't know who distributed it, but Glenn Miller of Missouri, the tabloid's editor and publisher, encourages readers to buy and distribute copies.

Headlined "Invasion! America Under Siege!" the 2006 summer edition of White Patriot Leader has a page one story called "The Pro-White Movement Has a Bright Future."

Chris Layne, who received a copy of the newsprint tabloid, said he was washing his car Saturday when a car drove by throwing the flyers on his and neighbors' driveways.

"It seemed to be a hate publication basically targeting the Hispanic community in the area and I got very incensed with that," said Layne, an engineer for NBC.

He said that if he kept quiet about the publication, he was afraid his neighbors would think he agreed with it.

"If no one said anything, they might feel that this was coming from within the neighborhood," Layne said. "My thought was, if I don't stand up and say no, that this is not coming from me … this sort of publication would not [have] the effect that they intended for it to have."

Prince William County police have received two complaints about the newspaper, said 1st Sgt. Kim Chinn, Prince William police spokeswoman.

"If it is determined that a crime was committed, we will take appropriate action," Chinn said.

County Supervisor Martin E. Nohe, R-Coles, said he's received about a dozen complaints in his office from people who live in the Hunter Grove and Meadow Woods neighborhoods.

"I don't have any complaints about them putting the stuff out because we do have the right to free speech and that is a very precious right," Layne said. "But I also have the right to free speech, and I wanted to say that I disagree with what they had to say."

Mark Potok, director of the Intelligence Project for the Southern Poverty Law Center, said The White Patriot Leader has been "aggressively" distributed in 11 states in the past two years.

He said Miller, the publisher, is well known in the white supremacy movement for starting the paramilitary White Patriot Party in the 1980s.

The publication used to be called Aryan Alternative and has been distributed in Clarksville and Charlottesville in July and November 2005, respectively.

Miller was jailed for three years in connection with a court order violation brought by a lawsuit filed by the Southern Poverty Law Center, Potok said.

The court order mandated Miller to stop operating the paramilitary group, Potok said.

Miller asks readers to "take a stand" and order a batch of The White Patriot and distribute it to "white people in your area."

Miller could not be reached for comment Tuesday.
 
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Default TWPL on TV news in 3 States on 21 June 06

TWPL Attacked By 3 TV Stations in One Day
www.wusatv9.com (Washington, DC)
www.knwa.com (Fayetteville, Arkansas)
www.wtvr.com (Richmond, VA)

All 3 badmouthed TWPL distributions, but included phone interviews with your's truly.

Video of TV broadcasts can be viewed by clicking above.

Credit goes to distributors Ron Doggett, Ironguard1940, N.E. Rebel, and Rounder. I've received lots of favorable phone calls as a result, mostly from Virginia. And they're still pouring in as of 8:30 this morning.


Here's the partial transcript of one of the broadcasts:

White Supremacist Paper Circulating Northwest Arkansas
Controversial paper distributed to local cities.People in Springdale and Fayetteville got an interesting delivery Tuesday, a white supremacist newspaper called "The White Patriot."

KNWA contacted the man who runs it, Glenn Miller. He says he is no doubt a racism and publishes this white supremacist paper to try and save what he refers to as his dying race.

Miller, a retired US Army master sergeant, says he has been a white activist since 1974. He refuses to associate with anyone outside of his race. Miller claims in his paper that cowardice is the Whiteman’s survival, and its time to step up to save future generations of white children.

Miller maintains Jewish people are taking over the world and that the Holocaust didn`t really happen and that it is just a Hollywood fairytale. We talked to him on the phone from his home in Springfield, Missouri.

Miller has distributed more than 153-thousand copies of the White Patriot Leader, and says he plans to hand out another 45-thousand by the end of the month.

He says if you are offended by his paper and you received one, call him at 417-463-7703 and he will stop delivering them











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White Supremacist Paper Circulating Northwest Arkansas

Controversial paper distributed to local cities.
People in Springdale and Fayetteville got an interesting delivery Tuesday, a white supremacist newspaper called "The White Patriot."

KNWA contacted the man who runs it, Glenn Miller. He says he is no doubt a racism and publishes this white supremacist paper to try and save what he refers to as his dying race.

Miller, a retired US Army master sergeant, says he has been a white activist since 1974. He refuses to associate with anyone outside of his race. Miller claims in his paper that cowardice is the Whiteman’s survival, and its time to step up to save future generations of white children.

Miller maintains Jewish people are taking over the world and that the Holocaust didn`t really happen and that it is just a Hollywood fairytale. We talked to him on the phone from his home in Springfield, Missouri.

Miller has distributed more than 153-thousand copies of the White Patriot Leader, and says he plans to hand out another 45-thousand by the end of the month.

He says if you are offended by his paper and you received one, call him at 417-463-7703 and he will stop delivering them.
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Neighbors in Hanover's Quail Creek subdivision want to know why someone left racist newspapers in their neighborhood on Wednesday. The newspapers contain articles about how whites in America need to fight against immigrants, blacks and Jews. To find the answer to that question, CBS 6 spoke with the man responsible for the newspaper, Glenn Miller, on the phone. Miller is the editor and publisher of the White Patriot Leader, a paper he creates out of Springfield, Missouri. He says supporters of his white survivalist movement have been busy in the area this week tossing out 4,000 of their newspapers. But Miller says his paper isn't about white supremacy. "I don't consider myself a white supremacist at all...I'm a white survivalist...and a separatist," says Miller. "We encourage all white people to get involved with our freedom movement and pitch in and we want whites to stick together and organize." Nevertheless, it's a message some neighbors in Quail Creek say they can live without. "I think it was kind of cowardly. I think if you're gonna do this, at least do it in front of everybody so those who oppose it can at least tell you that and say 'no,' I'm not comfortable with that," says one neighbor. While Miller says his group has a right to express how it feels, neighbors want him to know it's not something they welcome in their tight knit community. "I assure you, we won't bother them with a copy anymore because we want people who are receptive and not soccer moms or girlie men who are terrified of the truth," says Miller.
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Default TWPL in Joplin Globe newspaper - 30 June 06

Article below appears in today's (30 Jun 06) edition of the Joplin Globe newspaper, and results from my distribution of 600 WPLs 2 days ago. Cops threaten arrest for "disturbing the peace", but City Councilman says Joplin has been hit with racist literature many times during the past few years, including in his own driveway. (I've hit Joplin 4-5 times, and I've hit every other town/city within 100 miles of my house multiple times since I moved here 13 years ago. At least 300,000 WN newspapers and pamphlets, all tolled. They don't call me Rounder for nothing, ya know.


Published June 30, 2006 12:00 am -

White supremacist distributes tabloid in Joplin


The Joplin Globe

By Max McCoy
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A white-supremacist newspaper published by an Aurora man who believes "the race war will start soon" landed on some lawns in southwest Joplin this week, drawing the displeasure of the local NAACP chapter.

"It's offensive," Jim West, a city councilman and the vice president of the Joplin Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, said Thursday of the publication. "It's a little bit unnerving. The statements made are offensive, degrading and unacceptable."

West said he would bring the matter to the attention of chapter president Ruthie Cox for discussion at the next meeting, in mid-July.

Frazier Glenn Miller, who for decades has been associated with the Ku Klux Klan and other white-power groups, said several hundred issues of The White Patriot Leader were hand-delivered to Joplin homes in an effort to spread what he calls his message of white survival.

That message also includes cartoons portraying blacks as monkeys and Hispanics as freeloaders.

"The federal government is dominated by Jews, and so is the media," Miller said in a telephone interview Thursday. "So, we have no choice but to take our message directly to the people. (The establishment) is terrified of people hearing what I have to say: The Jews rule us, and are committing deliberate and systematic genocide against the white race."

Miller, 65, the tabloid's editor and publisher, said he did not have time Thursday to provide proof for his claim, but he recommended the Web site of David Duke, a former KKK leader and Louisiana state legislator.

The Globe was alerted to the tabloid's distribution by a resident who lives on 27th Street, west of Schifferdecker Avenue. She said she was disturbed and offended by the content, but she did not want her name used for fear that whoever placed the paper on her lawn might retaliate. A check of the neighborhood revealed at least one other copy of The White Patriot Leader, which had been left untouched on a lawn on South Mina Avenue.
Police response

A spokesman for the Joplin Police Department said it had not received any recent complaints about the newspaper.

"We had some several months ago," said Lt. Keith Meyer. "But this is the first I've heard about it (recently). I know we've had some people in the past complain because they were offended by the material, but this is a freedom-of-speech issue."

Individuals can ask the distributor of any unsolicited publication that delivery be stopped, Meyer said. If delivery is not stopped, he said, the publisher could be charged with disturbing the peace.

City Attorney Brian Head said there is little the city can do to curb the distribution of such publications, because the issue goes to freedom of speech. He said he was aware that the publications were being distributed here, and had in fact found them on his own driveway.


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Default TWPL on TV (Joplin, MO - Channel 12) - 29 June 06

Here's the transcript of the TV news broadcast which was aired during both their 6 PM and 11 PM broadcast on 29 June 2006. The transcript includes only about half what was said:


http://www.kode-tv.com/news/default....ownews&id=1224


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From the story:
SEVERAL JOPLIN COMMUNITIES WANT ANSWERS TONIGHT. TRYING TO FIND-OUT WHO LEFT NEWSPAPERS ON THEIR FRONT-LAWNS THAT SOME FIND DISTURBING. IT`S PUBLISHER ADMITS IT`S FILLED WITH HATE, BUT AS ACTION-12`S DAN TORDJMAN REPORTS, HE ISN`T ABOUT TO STOP THE PRESSES.
THE MAIL HASN`T REACHED APRIL LEDFORD`S HOME YET, BUT THERE`S ALREADY A SPECIAL DELIVERY OUTSIDE HER DOOR.
"OH WOW..."
LEDFORD`S SHOCK IS BEING ECHOED BY HER SOUTH CLEVELAND COURT NEIGHBORS.
"IT`S TRASH FOR ME TO THROW AWAY."
RESIDENTS REACTING THURSDAY LESS THAN 24-HOURS AFTER FINDING HUNDREDS OF THESE PAPERS ON THEIR LAWNS. (MORE THAN 40-THOUSAND HAVE BEEN DISTRIBUTED IN 28-STATES)
A PUBLISHED ATTACK ON JEWS, BLACKS, AND MEXICANS- COURTESY OF THE WHITE PATRIOT PARTY.

APRIL LEDFORD, Outraged by "Racist Paper"

"I WAS IN SHOCK. IT`S DISTURBING. IT`S HEADED FOR THE TRASH."

KEITH MEYER, Joplin Police Lieutenant
"WE`RE OFFICERS, CAN`T MAKE MORAL JUDGMENTS. IF THEY`RE OFFENDED BY IT, IT`S UP TO THEM TO CONTACT THE PUBLISHER AND TELL THEM TO STOP SENDING IT."

IF THE PAPERS KEEP SHOWING UP, JOPLIN POLICE SAY RESIDENTS MIGHT FILE PUBLIC DISTURBANCE OR LITTERING REPORTS.
BUT THE PAPERS PUBLISHER SAYS HE DOESN`T KNOW WHAT ALL THE FUSS IS ABOUT.

GLENN MILLER, White Patriot Party
"WE WANT TO WAKE UP THE WHITE PEOPLE. THE JEWS, BLACKS, MEXICANS ALL HAVE THEIR OWN PUBLICATIONS THAT WORK FOR THEIR INTERESTS, WHY CAN`T WE HAVE ONE PUBLICATION THAT WORKS FOR THE INTERESTS OF WHITE PEOPLE? I DON`T SEE ANYTHING WRONG WITH IT."
"I GUESS YOU DON`T HAVE TO ABSORB IT, YOU DON`T HAVE TO READ IT."

BUT MILLER SAYS IF YOU DON`T WANT THE PAPER - CALL HIM AND HE WON`T SEND IT. (417) 463- 7703.

"BECAUSE I KNOW JOPLIN HAS IT`S SHARE OF SOCCER-MOMS AND GIRLY-MEN. AND ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS WHO ARE OFFENDED BY MY PAPER."

YOU`LL REMEMBER K-O-D-E FIRST SAT DOWN WITH GLENN MILLER EARLIER THIS YEAR.
WE TOLD YOU HE PLANNED ON RUNNING FOR CONGRESS. AFTER BEING REJECTED FROM ALL MAJOR POLITICAL PARTIES, MILLER TELLS US THURSDAY HE STILL PLANS ON RUNNING AS A WRITE-IN CANDIDATE.
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Default TWPL Photos Also Published in Joplin Globe Newspaper (30 Jun 06)

This blew my mind !!!
Today's Joplin Globe newspaper, and their website, also included the following photos of TWPL contents. (I can't believe they did that - oh, glory day, eh ???)

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Default Ch 6, Richmond, VA TV broadcast about TWPL on 23 June 06

Here's another TV broadcast that escaped my attention. I just spotted it after googling "news", then "White Patriot Leader Glenn Miller". Lots of "stuff" about us popped up on several google pages. Exploring might uncover more:

This one is thanks to our VA distributors, Ron Doggett and Ironguard1940, and was broadcasted on 23 Jun 06.


CBS 6 Speaks To Man Responsible For Racist Newspaper


Neighbors in Hanover's Quail Creek subdivision want to know why someone left racist newspapers in their neighborhood on Wednesday. The newspapers contain articles about how whites in America need to fight against immigrants, blacks and Jews. To find the answer to that question, CBS 6 spoke with the man responsible for the newspaper, Glenn Miller, on the phone.

Miller is the editor and publisher of the White Patriot Leader, a paper he creates out of Springfield, Missouri. He says supporters of his white survivalist movement have been busy in the area this week tossing out 4,000 of their newspapers. But Miller says his paper isn't about white supremacy. "I don't consider myself a white supremacist at all...I'm a white survivalist...and a separatist," says Miller. "We encourage all white people to get involved with our freedom movement and pitch in and we want whites to stick together and organize."

Nevertheless, it's a message some neighbors in Quail Creek say they can live without. "I think it was kind of cowardly. I think if you're gonna do this, at least do it in front of everybody so those who oppose it can at least tell you that and say 'no,' I'm not comfortable with that," says one neighbor.

While Miller says his group has a right to express how it feels, neighbors want him to know it's not something they welcome in their tight knit community.

"I assure you, we won't bother them with a copy anymore because we want people who are receptive and not soccer moms or girlie men who are terrified of the truth," says Miller.

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The newspaper article below was published as a result of the distribution of 400 WPLs by our Massachusetts distributors:




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By Mac McEntire/ Staff Writer
Thursday, July 6, 2006 - Updated: 02:54 PM EST

The discovery an anti-Semitic and white supremacist newsletter in Reading has caused worry for some, but police assure residents that it was only one copy.
Last Thursday, Reading Police Sgt. Pat O’Brien reported that a copy of The White Patriot Leader, a white supremacy newsletter was found on a curb by a Reading resident, who then reported its discovery to the police.
The Police then forwarded it to the state attorney general’s office, where it is currently under investigation.
O’Brien said there does not appear to be any laws violated, because of free speech. He said no one person or household was targeted by the paper.
O’Brien said there is no evidence that a specific person, household, or part of town was intended to receive the newsletter. Instead, it was just found on the street.
"There was just one copy," O’Brien said. "Someone could have thrown it out the window while driving."
Although the newsletter contained anti-Semitic messages and mentions of white supremacy, it is still allowed under free speech.
"Even though no one likes this kind of free speech," O’Brien said.
Also notified was the Reading Human Relations Advisory Committee, which quickly held a meeting about the matter.
"We’ve never had anything like this in town before," said committee member Margaret Soli.
She thanked the anonymous resident for calling the police and informing them about discovering the paper.
"We wouldn’t have known about this if someone didn’t have the courage to speak up," she said.
Soli said the paper included mention of a "race war" and it contained a phone number to call to start a militia group.
"It was totally obnoxious and disgusting," she said.
The six-member committee, which includes Police Chief James Cormier, drafted a letter addressed to Reading residents, stating, "Hatred and discrimination are not Reading values."
The letter quotes from the Declaration of Independence, and then adds, "Decent, hard-working individuals of whatever race, religion, or national origin should be made welcome in our community."
The newsletter, called "The White Patriot Leader," is published by white supremacist Glenn Miller. A resident of Springfield, Mo., Miller has served time for running a racist paramilitary group. Miller, a white supremacist and retired US Army Veteran, founded the White People’s Party in 1980, and he has been affiliated with the Ku Klux Klan. He has been under investigation by the FBI.
"You never think something like this could happen in your own town," Soli said.
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