Saturday, January 3, 2015

Will Williams Favors SPLC with 2nd Interview

It is no surprise that Will Williams has favored the Southern Poverty Law Center with yet another interview, the 2nd one in as many months. Perhaps Williams will become a regularly appearing guest on their website, a character actor so to speak at their blog. Williams’ latest romp with the SPLC was published on 12/17/14.
Williams doesn’t seem to have any problem whatsoever freely and cavalierly speaking with an agency that actively works to seek our demise.
The NARRG team had a foresight in advance that something like this was likely upcoming, as several weeks previous the SPLC had sent an inquiry to our website e-mail asking if members of the NARRG team would grant them an interview. NARRG, of course, ignored the request.
However, knowing that the SPLC was also likely in tandem asking for an interview with the new management, we felt fairly sure that at the minimum it would be Williams grasping for the opportunity to make a spectacle of himself. And sure enough, he didn’t disappoint.
As you remember from the October 24, 2014 hearing, Williams and Gliebe were like old high school chums with the SPLC representative and cameraman there to cover their story. Our man on the scene, Brian Wilson refused to speak with the SPLC, much to his credit.
If you think that Williams was animated and silly then, you should read his latest interview with SPLC reporter Don Terry. Williams, is just too old and set in his ways to train himself to look and act the part of an executive, being too far entrenched into his time-worn comfort zone of barroom bully bravado, unprofessional language and general outlandishness.
Much can be gleaned from reading this story as the SPLC in their usual style begins by building Williams up referring to him as a smart, savvy and cunning creature pulling a fast one by his back-room dealings with Erich Gliebe.
Then mid-way, the SPLC shifts gears, getting into the comedy routine of a Williams story-time. While reading you can almost see Williams in animated guffawing and monkey-shines similar to his photo with his business partner Erich Gliebe outside the courtroom at the October ’14 hearing.
Then, finally, the SPLC lowers the boom on Williams with their usual flair in building the subject up only to knock him down by the end of the article. Williams provides the SPLC plenty of ammunition too. As just one an example, Williams admits to having Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Williams actually helps you to answer for yourself that he isn’t in any way qualified for an executive position as the chairman’s position is.
Miller was born Frazier Glenn Cross, Jr
Couple this with Williams already embarrassing long-time friendship with government informer and confessed multiple murderer Frazier Glenn Miller. He’s already talking with media about his communications with his loony friend while he’s awaiting trial for three murders.
And soon we’ll see the National Alliance connected once again with this traitorous mental case, Glenn Miller, when Williams as chairman is identified as a decades old friend of the decades old government stool pigeon and apparent lunatic.
And Will is just getting started folks! Just imagine what other embarrassments lay in store for the National Alliance with such a boorish, buffoonish character seemingly straight out of a comic strip.
Postscript:Since the posting of the SPLC’s interview with Will Williams, there has been a revision to the story adding some additional comments by Williams afterwards where he attempts to defend himself from published accusations made against him by a former employer, Church of the Creator founder, Ben Klassen in a book that Mr. Klassen published in 1993.

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  1. It is imperative that an organization that seeks to develop validity with the public it seeks to educate and perhaps even usher into its ranks be comprised of good, solid, mentally and morally sound people. If this is not the case, the organization cannot possibly succeed as a viable organization. The quality of any organization can be only as good as the quality of the people who comprise it. Quality in, quality out. Garbage in, garbage out...

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