FEATURED INBOX POST – Formal Request to The Evil One (with MRFF responses)

From: Our Army Combat Unit’s Daily Morning Bible Study Prayerful Soldiers

To: The MRFF’s Evil Michael Weinstein

Message: Drop Dead. Preferably while you are driving into your driveway at home so you can hit as many family members as possible with your vehicle. Multiple dead Weinsteins for the price of one. Such a deal!

V/R

Proud Christians in the United States Army
Proud Americans in the Christian United States


To the proud one, masquerading as a Christian,

What would Jesus do? If he read your email, felt your evil, and knew who you were attacking — the way so many real Christians know him, the way they respect him and reach out to him for help when they are attacked by the likes of you — what would Jesus do?

Speaking of the target of your evil, Mr. Weinstein is busy, right now, continuing every effort to protect and defend those real Christians and all their comrades in arms, currently numbering well over 37,000, of whom 96% are mainstream Christians, not Dominionist liars and evil bullies like yourself.

I wish upon you a mirror, to reflect back onto yourself every evil you wish on others. That would be divine justice for you, though, sadly, it might also affect innocents around you, based on your very own email.

Sincerely,
A real supporter of religious freedom in our military, and a real American patriot


Dear Combat Unit (in the unlikely event this should reach you)

This letter is, as intended, an insult to Mr. Weinstein and his family. It is, in addition, an insult to the honor of the men and women in the U.S. military. But the greatest insult committed by this foul message is to Christianity itself. You debase yourselves, your unit and those who actually believe in and practice the tenets of Christianity by attempting to associate yourselves with them.

Mike Farrell
(MRFF Board of Advisors)


It’s amazing how just the thought of Mikey causes fundamentalists to
spit murderous venom in the face of their god who told them, “But I
say to you, love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, so
that you may be sons of your Father who is in heaven” Obviously
you’re not their enemy; you’re their guilty conscience.


V/R

You are in direct violation of the United States Constitution RE: Supreme Court Ruling: Lemon Vs. Kurzman, 1971.

Excerpt: “Government operatives, including Public Education and the Armed Forces, may not favor, recommend or proselytize one religion over another or religion over non-religion.”

You are therefore not a “Proud Christian in the United States Army,” but rather a violator of Constitutional Law and the UCMJ.

The United States is not a “Christian Nation,” but founded as a secular nation in which all religions may flourish but none dominate.

You appear to be cut from the same cloth as those who devised the Inquisitions, Witch Hunts, Crusades and the Holocaust.

In addition you violate your own religious principles by being extremely judgmental when advised by scripture to “Judge not, lest Ye be judged.” You use religion as a club to threaten others.

May I suggest that you take a second look at your actions and realize that there are many religions practiced in our armed forces and it is MRFF’s main goal to ensure freedom of religion for all members of the armed forces not just wigged out Christian dominionists.

I am familiar with military law as I am a former Air Force Officer and rescue pilot, having served two combat tours of duty in Vietnam.

Rick Baker
Capt. USAF (Ret)
MRFF Volunteer

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