VIDEO – RT AMERICA – Religion at war: American soldiers taking it to an extreme

Military Religious Freedom Foundation mission is featured by RT: MRFF Founder and President Mikey Weinstein is interviewed along with MRFF Advisory Board member Col. Lawrence T. Wilkerson, and an anonymous Army Officer MRFF client.

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  1. Donald Moore

    This kind of retoric is insane . Bill Mahers ” Religulous ” movie has it right that if this nonsense isn`t stopped then mankind will have the distinction of destroying itself .

    If only the two sides knew the truth that Christianity and Islam were both founded on LIES .

    Mankind is now ready to kill each other over total myths .

    A sad state of affairs . We have evolved but evidently we don`t have the brain capacity to sustain itself . Humans are very short lived on the scene on a 4.5 billion year old Earth . Even lower animals are smarter than we are .

  2. Pinky

    Perhaps the religious soldiers who are members of the MRFF will come back to the US after their 10+ deployments and start talking to their fellow congregants about the oppression of those who did not toe the hard core Dominionist, Evangelical line.

    The soldier’s family and friends will have to decide whom to believe; those who were “boots on the ground” or the propagandists of some of their church’s print organs and the creators of the vicious lies against the MRFF.

    I would like to see a comprehensive study to determine if soldiers who were labeled as Atheist or ‘not religious enough’ were assigned to the more dangerous positions and were killed in greater numbers than their Dominionist counterparts.

    I would also like to see an independent investigation into Pat Tillman’s death in 2001. Tillman an excellent scholar and athlete in collage passed up a large paycheck playing in the NFL and instead volunteered for the US Army. Tillman was a self described Atheist. He died in 2001 in Afghanistan via ‘friendly fire’; that is, his squad mates fired upon him until he was dead. From what I’ve been able to find on the internet, the investigation by the Army was instead a coverup and important evidence was destroyed. The Army initially lied about Tillman’s death and some high ranking Army command officials made disparaging remarks about Tillman’s death and their opinion about his suppose lack of afterlife.

  3. Stimothy

    Quite the deceptive title for an intellectually dishonest organization.
    Military Religious Harassment Org would be more appropriate. Then you mask your deceptive intensions behind claims of conservatism and military camaraderie… Shame… Get a life…

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