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gblowfish
03-29-2010, 12:14 PM
KMBZ (the local Teabagger, Rush/Beck yap yap yap station) is running ads for the White Suprematist candidate in Missouri. Why is everyone so surprised? That's basically their audience. Link to the story actual mp3 of the ad is attached. So, when does Jerry Moran co-opt this ad and start running a Kansas version?

Warning: This is pretty racist, inflammatory stuff. Not pretty at all.

http://tinyurl.com/y96eyfp

BigChiefFan
03-29-2010, 12:18 PM
I don't like it either, but freedom of Speech, gives him the right. The author claims this should be illegal. The author must have forgotten of a document called the Bill of Rights.

MOhillbilly
03-29-2010, 12:19 PM
is this the dude from aurora talking about jews runnin the media?

If so im pretty sure his son killed that man who tried to help him out on 160 and got blown away by a cop.
Guy is crazy, lots of white nationalists out west 160. lots & lots.

gblowfish
03-29-2010, 12:20 PM
No, I understand Freedom of Speech includes allowing total idiots the right to speak their mind. I just think it's perfect that he bought time on KMBZ, definitely knows his audience.

Story from the KC Star today:

Campaign ad places hateful message on the air
By DAVE HELLING
The Kansas City Star

The program director of KMBZ radio in Kansas City says the station has no choice but to air commercials with racially biased and anti-Semitic claims from a write-in candidate for the U.S. Senate from Missouri.

The ads — which began on the station last week — are from Glenn Miller, a Springfield man who once ran the White Patriot Party. He’s been described by the Southern Poverty Law Center in Montgomery, Ala., as a white supremacist and former paramilitary organizer.

One of Miller’s ads, aired during the Darla Jaye talk show program in the evening, urges whites to “take their country back” and disparages Jews and nonwhites.

The Missouri secretary of state’s office said Miller has filed required papers to qualify as a write-in candidate in the 2010 Senate race.

Under Federal Communications Commission rules and federal law, a “legally qualified candidate” must be given reasonable, uncensored access to broadcast airtime if he or she can pay the cost.

“The company is required by federal law to run these spots and to do so without any edits,” said KMBZ program director Neil Larrimore. “Our hands are tied.”

Larrimore said Miller has purchased airtime on at least one other local station.

Miller did not return phone calls seeking comment.

The law center and the Jewish Community Relations Bureau in Kansas City declined to comment on the ads because, as nonprofit organizations, they are prohibited from opposing or endorsing candidates.

But Leonard Zeskind has written about Miller and others in his book “Blood and Politics: The History of the White Nationalist Movement From the Margins to the Mainstream.”

“I think people have to stand up and say it’s wrong,” Zeskind said.

While Miller has filed required paperwork with the Missouri secretary of state, he has not filed with the Federal Election Commission and won’t have to unless he raises or spends $5,000 or more.

At that point, an FEC spokesman said, Miller must file a statement of candidacy and regular campaign finance disclosures. If he doesn’t, the spokesman said, he could face sanctions and penalties, although the FEC can’t force his ads off the air.

The ads indicate that they are paid for by the “Committee to Elect Write-In Candidate Glenn Miller to the U.S. Senate.” There is no record of such a committee with the FEC, a spokeswoman said, and a search of the Missouri Ethics Commission’s Web site shows no such committee.

The station is running a disclaimer before the Miller ads, which is allowed under FCC rules, although the disclaimer cannot criticize or support the commercials.

And the station is not allowed to censor the message, legal experts said.

“We’ve dealt with situations where white supremacists have qualified for a place on the ballot in a congressional race and wanted to run racist ads — and stations have had to allow it,” wrote David Oxenford on the Web site of a law firm specializing in broadcasting. “While this may seem like a bad outcome, it does make sure that stations cannot block unpopular viewpoints from being aired so that all points of view can be expressed by political candidates.

“Thus, while individual cases may result in ugly situations, the overall purpose of encouraging diverse political speech is achieved by the rules,” Oxenford wrote.

Chocolate Hog
03-29-2010, 12:20 PM
No surprise that station has idiots like Darla Jaye.

MOhillbilly
03-29-2010, 12:22 PM
Oh, and welcome to 3 years ago.

BigChiefFan
03-29-2010, 12:24 PM
It's a slippery slope, but once you ban these idiots, you open the door, to taking away others rights to freedom of speech.

Garcia Bronco
03-29-2010, 12:26 PM
FOS bitches. While I do not agree with their message I will defend their right to express it.

MOhillbilly
03-29-2010, 12:37 PM
Story on this guys son...

http://www.ky3.com/news/local/17089126.html

Pitt Gorilla
03-29-2010, 02:00 PM
Story on this guys son...

http://www.ky3.com/news/local/17089126.htmlWhy did he kill someone that was trying to help? That seems a bit bizarre.

Inspector
03-29-2010, 02:01 PM
No, I understand Freedom of Speech includes allowing total idiots the right to speak their mind. I just think it's perfect that he bought time on KMBZ, definitely knows his audience.

Story from the KC Star today:

Campaign ad places hateful message on the air
By DAVE HELLING
The Kansas City Star

The program director of KMBZ radio in Kansas City says the station has no choice but to air commercials with racially biased and anti-Semitic claims from a write-in candidate for the U.S. Senate from Missouri.

The ads — which began on the station last week — are from Glenn Miller, a Springfield man who once ran the White Patriot Party. He’s been described by the Southern Poverty Law Center in Montgomery, Ala., as a white supremacist and former paramilitary organizer.

One of Miller’s ads, aired during the Darla Jaye talk show program in the evening, urges whites to “take their country back” and disparages Jews and nonwhites.

The Missouri secretary of state’s office said Miller has filed required papers to qualify as a write-in candidate in the 2010 Senate race.

Under Federal Communications Commission rules and federal law, a “legally qualified candidate” must be given reasonable, uncensored access to broadcast airtime if he or she can pay the cost.

“The company is required by federal law to run these spots and to do so without any edits,” said KMBZ program director Neil Larrimore. “Our hands are tied.”

Larrimore said Miller has purchased airtime on at least one other local station.

Miller did not return phone calls seeking comment.

The law center and the Jewish Community Relations Bureau in Kansas City declined to comment on the ads because, as nonprofit organizations, they are prohibited from opposing or endorsing candidates.

But Leonard Zeskind has written about Miller and others in his book “Blood and Politics: The History of the White Nationalist Movement From the Margins to the Mainstream.”

“I think people have to stand up and say it’s wrong,” Zeskind said.

While Miller has filed required paperwork with the Missouri secretary of state, he has not filed with the Federal Election Commission and won’t have to unless he raises or spends $5,000 or more.

At that point, an FEC spokesman said, Miller must file a statement of candidacy and regular campaign finance disclosures. If he doesn’t, the spokesman said, he could face sanctions and penalties, although the FEC can’t force his ads off the air.

The ads indicate that they are paid for by the “Committee to Elect Write-In Candidate Glenn Miller to the U.S. Senate.”

I still have a few of his records laying around. Guy could really play the trombone.

bowener
03-29-2010, 02:07 PM
I don't like it either, but freedom of Speech, gives him the right. The author claims this should be illegal. The author must have forgotten of a document called the Bill of Rights.

I think the author probably means the inflammatory statements should be illegal more than anything. It would seem they are placed in the ad for the purpose of inciting anger in people, not for 'educational' purposes so much, i.e., they could have used more appropriate terms than 'coons playing basketball'.

edit:

If I had enough money I would pay for the ad time for any American Indian that wanted to run on the (mocking) ticket of "taking back America from the Glenn Miller-type whities and sending them back to Europe" campaign promise.

MOhillbilly
03-29-2010, 02:09 PM
Why did he kill someone that was trying to help? That seems a bit bizarre.


Lots of meth out that way. never heard a tox report from the county to confirm. Other than that have you heard the shit his oldman spews?

bowener
03-29-2010, 02:12 PM
Why did he kill someone that was trying to help? That seems a bit bizarre.

Meth is a hellovadrug.

Pioli Zombie
03-29-2010, 07:01 PM
I hate Illinois Nazis.
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Ebolapox
03-29-2010, 10:48 PM
yeah, there was a commercial of his on espn 1400 AM radio the other month or so. there was the typical 'this station doesn't agree with this message, but must, according to the FCC, provide uncensored advertising time....yada yada yada' before and after the message if memory serves. just shook my head and 'no' was all I said.

Thig Lyfe
03-29-2010, 11:55 PM
Man, I told my grandpa to stop running for Senate.

Thig Lyfe
03-30-2010, 12:01 AM
This guy is the Gene Ray of racism.

http://www.whty.org

alpha_omega
04-01-2010, 11:36 AM
I thought this was important to post here....
http://www.kmbz.com/Money-from-racist-political-ads-donated-to-local-n/6707234

Money from racist political ads donated to local non-profits


Heard Wednesday on KMBZ's Shanin and Parks. KMBZ has announced that any and all revenue generated by the racially charged political ads purchased by write-in Missouri Senate candidate Glenn Miller will be donated to two local ethnic non-profits.

KMBZ and WDAF-FM were required under federal law to run the ads. So in an effort to fire back, both stations have agreed to give all proceeds to a Community Relations branch of the Jewish Federation and the Olathe chapter of the NAACP. Henry Lyons president of the chapter says it's nice to see the man's message backfire in such a way. Meanwhile, the Missouri Broadcaster's Association has sent a letter to state AG Chris Koster asking him to determine whether Miller is a qualified candidate under federal law. Many radio stations in Missouri refuse to play the ads until a decision is reached.

sherry1
04-16-2010, 06:59 AM
The Holy Land generally refers to the geographical region of the Levant called Land of Canaan or Land of Israel in the Bible, and constitutes the Promised land. The Holy Land has significant religious importance for Judaism, Christianity, Islam and the Bahá'í Faith. Part of its sanctity stems from the religious significance of Jerusalem, the holiest city to Judaism, the third-holiest to Islam, and part of the proposed Christian Pentarchy. The perceived holiness of the land was the ideological driving force behind the Crusades. The Holy Land has been a destination for religious pilgrimages since biblical times. In the Torah, the term Holy Land is not used. Instead, this area is called Land of Canaan, Land of Israel and Promised land. Judaism's holiest cities are, at least according to the list of "Four Holy Cities", Jerusalem, Hebron, Tzfat and Tiberias. Jerusalem has, since Abraham, been the spiritual focus of the Jews. Israelite kingdoms and states existed intermittently in the region for over a millennium, with Jerusalem as their capital. Following foreign conquests, Israelite presence in the Holy Land dwindled. In particular, the failure of the Bar Kokhba Revolt against the Roman Empire resulted in widescale expulsion of Jerusalemites. The Romans renamed this land Syria Palaestina, the origin of the name Palestine. Jerusalem was renamed Aelia Capitolina. The Mishnah and Jerusalem Talmud, two of Judaism's most important religious texts, were written down in the region during this period.

The Mad Crapper
04-16-2010, 09:06 AM
"Suprematist"

Banyon, spell check boy, get on it!

MOhillbilly
04-16-2010, 12:31 PM
The Holy Land generally refers to the geographical region of the Levant called Land of Canaan or Land of Israel in the Bible, and constitutes the Promised land. The Holy Land has significant religious importance for Judaism, Christianity, Islam and the Bahá'í Faith. Part of its sanctity stems from the religious significance of Jerusalem, the holiest city to Judaism, the third-holiest to Islam, and part of the proposed Christian Pentarchy. The perceived holiness of the land was the ideological driving force behind the Crusades. The Holy Land has been a destination for religious pilgrimages since biblical times. In the Torah, the term Holy Land is not used. Instead, this area is called Land of Canaan, Land of Israel and Promised land. Judaism's holiest cities are, at least according to the list of "Four Holy Cities", Jerusalem, Hebron, Tzfat and Tiberias. Jerusalem has, since Abraham, been the spiritual focus of the Jews. Israelite kingdoms and states existed intermittently in the region for over a millennium, with Jerusalem as their capital. Following foreign conquests, Israelite presence in the Holy Land dwindled. In particular, the failure of the Bar Kokhba Revolt against the Roman Empire resulted in widescale expulsion of Jerusalemites. The Romans renamed this land Syria Palaestina, the origin of the name Palestine. Jerusalem was renamed Aelia Capitolina. The Mishnah and Jerusalem Talmud, two of Judaism's most important religious texts, were written down in the region during this period.

What does this have to do with anything? Most of these people believe that whitemen are the true descendents of adam and eve and among gods flock while the rest of the tribes are the abomination of satan.
non whites & jews being the other tribes.