“I guess I’ve always carried a natural admiration for Hitler and his ideals, and his courage to take on larger nations,” Weise wrote in one [online forum] session.
He shared the Nazi goal of racial purity, saying that when he talked in school about that for his own Chippewa tribe, “I get the same old argument which seems to be so common around here. ‘We need to mix all the races, to combine all the strengths.'”
“They (teachers) don’t openly say that racial purity is wrong,” he added, “yet when you speak your mind on the subject you get ‘silenced’ real quick by the teachers and likeminded school officials.”