Your website quotes the Constitution; “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof…”

I’ve been in the military for 18 years and I know that many, if not most, would agree; we in the military do not want nor do we need you. We have religious freedom, so, please leave us alone.


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Hi (name withheld),

My name is Rick Baker and I am an MRFF Volunteer, former Air Force Officer and Rescue Pilot, having served two combat tours of duty in Vietnam. I say this only to assure you that as a former military man, I will always be a military man. In that regard I could not possibly perform any acts which would hinder, obstruct, coerce or require the US Armed Forces to do anything beyond their duty as outlined in the UCMJ.

MRFF wishes only to ensure that each and every member of the military receives the religious freedom guaranteed by the US Constitution.

In the past few years an emerging sect of Christianity known as “Dominion Christians” has effectively infiltrated the Armed Forces and gained positions of rank and authority. Just one such Dominionist is General Jerry Boykin (Ret) and looking at his record on Google is a real eye opener. He attempted to affect the beliefs of many in his command.

Dominion Christians is a well organized effort with goals of eventual world domination. If you are not familiar with the term: “Dominion Christianity,” just Google it for a chilling glimpse into religion run amok.

Their agenda was made known to us originally at the USAF Academy where blatant Christian proselytizing began taking place in the early 2000’s. MRFF was formed in direct opposition after learning of these travesties and almost immediately received over 300 complaints from Cadets and staff as a result.

In the years since then MRFF has received in excess of 35,000 complaints from our young men and women in the military who fell victim to dominionist proselytizing. Our participation has produced a number of ameliorations for them and great relief.

These young troops needed us as I suspect will many more.

I wish to thank you for your service to America and urge you to visit our web site at which will give you much more information on us and our goals.

Your background and obvious high intellect would make a valuable addition to MRFF and I invite you to join us once you have been further informed by our web site.


Rick Baker
Capt. USAF (Ret)
MRFF Volunteer

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