“Frazier Glenn Cross is a white supremacist, an avowed anti-Semite and an accused killer. But he is not, as many think, a Christian.”
“Both groups have deep ties to Christian white supremacists.”
Aw, darn it, he isn’t Christian. Now the media is going to have to guilt Christians by saying his “group” has “deep ties” - whatever the heliopolis those are - to evil Christian white supremacists.
What are “deep ties”? When somebody post a random comment in a forum - that’s a “tie”. Even if everyone in that forum disagrees with what gets posted, even if they later ban the guy, the media reports it as a “tie”. That is as if a terrorist publishes a letter in a newspaper - that would then be a “tie” between that newspaper publisher, editor, writers, with terrorism!
Or if a black supremacist posted on Catholic Forums - that would mean there is a “tie” between the Catholic church and black supremacy.
It is more accurate to call Cross an ‘accidentally white’ “white opportunist” than an intentionally rational “supremacist”. The liberal Daily Beast charges that if prosecutors had actually prosecuted him for earlier crimes, instead of plea-bargain with him, he would not have had the opportunity to do what he did in Kansas… Don Black, who runs a major “pro-White” website, says white nationalists have long shunned the alleged killer—and it’s people like him who give the movement a bad name.
If Cross killed because of race or religion, I think he acted as a rogue agent. There are those, and they are terrorists. And most of them should not be plea-bargained with. I am not going to let those individual rogues and terrorists trick me into stereotyping the more common, non-violent racists who only talk about it (a thought-crime in some countries). Some people can be reasoned with. I doubt I would have any success with Cross, but I hope I’ve had a positive influence on the more rational, peaceful (“non-violent”) ones.