If you thought white supremacist and all-around hater Glenn Miller received a lot of publicity locally for putting racist ads for his write-in candidacy for U.S. Senate on 980 KMBZ and WDAF-FM, it's nothing compared to the exposure he received for going on Howard Stern's radio show last Friday.
Stern asked Miller who he hated more, blacks or Jews. Miller didn't hesitate.
"Jews!" Miller said. "A thousand times more. Compared to our Jewish problem, all other problems are mere distractions."
Stern covered a lot of ground with Miller, who surprisingly called Louis Farrakhan "the greatest black man America has ever produced." The high praise was nothing compared to his feelings for Adolf Hitler.
"The greatest man who ever walked the earth, in my opinion," Miller said.
Stern didn't understand, saying "I don't feel really powerful quite honestly."
"White people are in bondage to you Jews," Miller said.
Stern then offered to give his power back to Miller. That wasn't good enough for Miller.
that mean you're going to Madagascar?" Miller asked. "I think that's an
excellent idea. And I'm sure you'll be happy over there. You can engage
your -- your interrace -- your interracial tendencies."
After the interview, Stern caught heat from a caller who
thought Stern was too easy on Miller. Stern explained that you can't
argue with people like Miller because he believes what he believes.
There's a whole lot more, including Miller acting disgusted by
Stern wanting to nuke Iran, talk of Miller acting as an informant
against the Ku Klux Klan and Miller saying he likes Mel Gibson movies. Miller posted the segment in four parts on YouTube, embedded below.