MARIONVILLE, Mo.- Mayor Dan Clevenger of Marionville today announced that he was planning on making May 1, 2014 officially “Frazier Glenn Miller Day” in his small Missouri town. The day is meant to honor the white supremacist accused of killing three people at a Jewish Community Center Overland Park, Kansas earlier this month.
“He was always nice and friendly and respectful of elder people, you know, he respected his elders greatly. As long as they were the same color as him,” said Clevenger. “Very fair and honest and never had a bit of problems out of him. So I figured with all the bad press he’s been getting over this shooting thing, I figured he deserved a day.”
Mayor Clevenger said that though he didn’t like to admit it publicly, he did sympathize with some of Miller’s beliefs. “I am a friend of Frazier Miller helping to spread his warnings,” Clevenger wrote in a letter to the editor nearly ten years ago. “The Jew-run medical industry has succeeded in destroying the United State’s workforce. [The] Jew-run government backed banking industry turned the U.S into the world’s largest debtor nation.”
Asked about his decision to name a day after the former Ku Klux Klan member, Clevenger said, “There some things that are going on in this country that are destroying us. We’ve got a false economy and it’s, some of those corporations are run by Jews because the names are there. The fact that the Federal Reserve prints up phony money and freely hands it out, I think that’s completely wrong. The people that run the Federal Reserve, they’re Jewish.
“I think a guy who figures all that out like Miller did, can’t be as bad as all that,” he added.
Clevenger chose the relatively soon date of May 1 to honor Miller because he wasn’t sure how long the suspect would survive in custody and he was hoping authorities would allow the honoree to attend the ceremony. “If we can get Frazier here, maybe have him give a speech, I think that’d be nice,” said Clevenger.
The Mayor was quick to point out, however, that as much as he admired Miller’s views, he denounced the shooting, saying, “He didn’t have any right to do that and I think he should pay with his life.
He then added, “But not til after May 1, OK?”