Frazier Glenn Miller, a veteran activist who has crusaded for White rights for over 30 years, is now contemplating a run for the United States Senate in his home state of Missouri, and has posted his intent on this Vanguard News Network Forum thread. Miller's own website is located at Whty.org.
Miller is not looking for campaign contributions just yet. Instead, he wants to first find out just how much baseline support he can count on to launch a credible campaign, since the multicultural corporations that keep Whitey down through affirmative action and quotas are unlikely to beat a path to his door bearing five-figure contributions. So he's asking people to post pledges of financial support on the VNN Forum thread. His financial pump has already been primed with a $250 contribution from a longtime supporter. He states he has until March 3rd, 2010 to file for either U.S. Senate or U.S. House as a write-in candidate. [Ed. Note: March 3rd may be a typo on his part; the official SOS Missouri website indicates a filing deadline of March 30th.]
The initial value of Miller's candidacy will be powerful and persuasive publicity for the White nationalist cause. Running as a write-in candidate for Missouri's U.S. House District 7 in 2006, he purchased air time for about 20 radio campaign ads that were broadcast a total of 518 times on 13 separate radio stations prior to the election. He wants to broadcast even more this time around, and by running for the Senate, his campaign ads will not be restricted merely to the smaller cities of Springfield and Joplin in southwest Missouri, but can also air statewide, including in the big multicultural cesspools of St Louis and Kansas City, both of which are surrounded by majority-White suburbs. A typical campaign radio ad cost Miller only $10-$15 per 60-second spot in 2006.
Furthermore, Miller states that Federal law requires all commercial radio stations to broadcast all campaign ads by all candidates for Federal office, including write-in candidates. And censorship can only be for style, not substance; this means that while profanity can be edited out, content itself cannot be censored or changed merely because a radio station might consider the ad to be "racist" or "anti-Semitic". In addition, VNN webmaster Alex Linder, who has a polished voice, has promised to help out by doing some of the radio audios.
Time is of the essence. Politics1.com indicates there are already seven declared candidates for the U.S. Senate and 14 declared candidates for House District 7. Based upon that disparity, plus the wider reach of a Senate campaign, I would recommend that Miller choose to run for the Senate rather than the House. Politics1.com also indicates that the filing deadline of March 30th applies only to candidates running as Democrats, Republicans, and Libertarians, since they must also face primary elections; other candidates have a filing deadline of July 26th. SOS Missouri confirms that independents and write-ins have a filing deadline of July 26th. While write-ins don't need to submit nominating petitions, independents do. If Glenn Miller was to run as an independent instead of as a write-in, it would enable him to not only advance his candidacy, but perhaps to get either the American Third Position Party or the Nationalist Party of America "official" status. However, the independent route is more expensive because of the requirement to deploy petitions.
A possible source of local "grunt" help for Miller's campaign might be the National Socialist Movement's Springfield Unit, a solid group of proven activists. Miller should consider making official contact with them, perhaps even helping them out in their next Adopt-A-Highway cleanup. Then perhaps they might be willing to help Miller with his campaign in return.
It is well-known that Frazier Glenn Miller is a controversial figure within the White nationalist community. Many to this day believe he's a "traitor" and a "snitch" because he made his best deal to shorten his prison time in 1989, so he wouldn't get Zogged for 40 years like Matt Hale. But not only did no one go to jail solely because of Miller's testimony, but there is no proof that Glenn Miller is an informant. Compare him to Hal Turner; while Turner spun outrageous fairy stories about earthquakes and was constantly inciting violence, Miller has done neither. Furthermore, I've dealt with Glenn Miller through the mail under my own name several times to order VNN newspapers for distribution, and I haven't received so much as a phone call from the FBI. It's time to set the negative paradigms aside and support this man who's willing to openly and unapologetically carry our message to the public under his own name. Frazier Glenn Miller may not get elected to the Senate, but his campaign can wise up and empower numerous White folks.