SHOCKING VIDEO: MRFF Reveals U.S. Military Being Used as Government-Paid Missionaries

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  1. Neal Wright

    Godphobia is an epidemic in America. A simple discussion about Jesus, a Bible verse or even mentioning prayer deserves “corrective action” according to this organization? They say they are working tirelessly to protect the “constitutionally guaranteed separation of church and state”. Every time I look for it, I can’t find that in the constitution. This is the politically correct “newspeak” phrase that is used every time someone or some group wants to “prohibit the free exercise of religion” in America. Now, that protection IS in the constitution. No laws are to prohibit FREE exercise of religion according to the plain and simple wording of the constitution.

  2. James

    Good! I think that the military needs more Chaplains! These people choose to attend these meetings, they are not forced! They have the same opportunity to attend services for other faiths as well as not attending at all with no punishments. So you are wasting your time, efforts and money on trying to degrade a single religion and I hope that someone brings a law suite against you for that.

  3. Danny

    Government-paid brainwashing in the military is an abomination – and illegal. If you want to believe in ghosts, that’s your business – but, the government should not pay for your fantasies.

  4. mikey

    Screw that Ranger chaplain clown and the all rest of those crazy “military evangelical bunch of friggin Sky Pilots”.

    I would have sold EVERYBODY’S Soul to the Devil or the Easter Bunny for a hot cup of coffee, a dry smoke and a 5 minute nap.

    Hell, forget the coffee and nap Devil and Bunny, the 1st one make the dry smoke appear and the you had the deal.

    Same thing in Nam combat.

    You’d had better have been Jesus himself if we caught you praying instead of firing and fighting when the VC/NVA were blowing whistles, bugles and coming at us with intentions of eating us alive.

    A pox on and screw all of those the evangelical Sky Pilots

  5. Gunther

    “The military chaplains are doing a much needed job. Some will abuse their rights, but with the young people needing inner character and courage and needing to face suffering and death, the chaplains job is a must. And yes, there is a need for evangelism – to introduce them to their Creator and Savior Jesus Christ.”

    “…much need job.”

    I don’t recall the military chaplains trying to advance civil and labor rights in the USA. How many of them were members of the KKK?

    “…but with the young people needing inner character and courage and needing to face suffering and death, the chaplains job is a must.”

    How many of these chaplains were there to protest the silent systematic widespread of military rape that occurred in the military for the last several years. See the movie The Silent War regarding this matter. All those rape victims lost their character and courage after reporting their rape to their superiors and the superiors retaliate against them. So much for the religious phrases the Lord is my shield and strength and he helps me. and other religious phrase I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me.

    Religion doesn’t help prepare people to be ready for death; otherwise, we would not be so scared of it especially in combat. Furthermore, it doesn’t help us with suffering from the physical and mental toll of war; otherwise, we would not spending so much money on trying to rehabilitate soldiers.

  6. Gunther

    What does the Ranger chaplain say to a recruit who is being wash out of Ranger school?

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