Happy Holocaust Day (with MRFF responses)

> Mr. Weinstein,
> What you do to persecute the faithful of Christ in our military today is far worse than anything the Nazis were ever accused of doing to your jewish people. The same jewish people who rejected His grace and love. The same jewish people who crucified Him. Without mercy. (And one of their own.) As you Mr. Weinstein continue to do every day.
> Want to talk about a real holocaust day?
> You will suffer your own holocaust. Buring in hell forever. Semper Fi!
> V/R
> 8 Active Duty Officers, USMC
> Living For Jesus Christ in Act, Word and Deed
> Spreading His Good News to All Marines We Can in the Corps

To the 8 active duty officers, USMC, who are so cowardly as to make up a fake email:
Hitler stated:

“My feelings as a Christian points me to my Lord and Savior as a fighter. It points me to the man who once in loneliness, surrounded by a few followers, recognized these Jews for what they were and summoned men to fight against them and who, God’s truth! was greatest not as a sufferer but as a fighter. In boundless love as a Christian and as a man I read through the passage which tells us how the Lord at last rose in His might and seized the scourge to drive out of the Temple the brood of vipers and adders. How terrific was His fight for the world against the Jewish poison. To-day, after two thousand years, with deepest emotion I recognize more profoundly than ever before the fact that it was for this that He had to shed His blood upon the Cross. As a Christian I have no duty to allow myself to be cheated, but I have the duty to be a fighter for truth and justice… And if there is anything which could demonstrate that we are acting rightly it is the distress that daily grows. For as a Christian I have also a duty to my own people.

-Adolf Hitler, in a speech on 12 April 1922 (Norman H. Baynes, ed. The Speeches of Adolf Hitler, April 1922-August 1939, Vol. 1 of 2, pp. 19-20, Oxford University Press, 1942)
You 8 are following in the footsteps of Hitler. You have clicked your heels, raised your right arm and said “Hiel Hitler” for what he did to the Jews.


Pastor Joan


There is nothing MRFF could ever do to equal the hate and religious oligarchy of the Holocaust or the mistaken views of brainwashed Christian Dominionist such as your little group,

Mr. Weinstein has answered the prayerful complaints of over 37,000 young men and women in the military who suffered command centered and coercive Christian proselytizing from superiors.

A large portion of Christianity has gone off the tracks and many of the Dominion Christians found a way into the military where they have attempted to convert non-Christians or upgrade existing Christians to their level of militant Christianity.

And don’t use that Semper Fi bullshit on us. You would not qualify to kiss the ass of a good Marine.

Rick Baker
Capt. USAF (Ret)
MRFF Volunteer

Hello Mikey.

As you know, it takes a bit to get me steamed, but you sure hit the core of this Marine with this POS!

These so-called “Marine officers” apparently possess minus zero knowledge of modern or ancient history, an understanding of the Constitution they swore an oath to uphold and defend, and (as usual with most of the whacked-out religious zealots who send you nasty-grams) they are sadly deficient in basic writing skills.

I assume your security people are working to locate them, but in the unlikely event that these putzes turn out to be actual Marines (let alone officers), I’d be very much surprised —
and greatly saddened to know such low-life, cowardly, scum wear the EGA, a badge of courage and honor.

As for their being “Christians” — all I can say is that in the extremely unlikely event that the (very Jewish) rabbi Yehoshua ever does return, I think these schmucks would be in for a BIG surprise — and not a pleasant one.

If I didn’t know many real Christians (including those who support the MRFF), I certainly wouldn’t be impressed with any religion represented by putrid, pustulant, cowardly, hate-filled, nasty, repellent little scum-sucking maggots like these.

If I were looking for a religion (and as you know, I am not), I would not only not want to convert to any belief system these contemptible sacks of shit claimed to represent, but would do a 180 from anything they preached.

Words fail to describe the utter contempt I hold these poltroons and their ugly hate-system in.

As so often in these hate-mails, I note that these “brave” so-called “Marine officers” are apparently too chicken-shit to sign their own names or give a real E.
However, unlike these craven pukes, (and SO many others you get hate-mail from), I am not afraid to sign my real name, so as always, sign me,

Semper Fidelis,

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  1. Go fly a plane into space flyboy as far as you can take Mikey and the rest of your demons with you and stay there until some alien race annihilates you. Then you can return to hell from where you came.

  2. Jim Guild

    If (and I seriously question this) these 8 are officers they represent the many weak minded followers throughout history who have preferred to allow some dim wit with an agenda do their thinking for them. They fall in with such men as Himmler, Goebbels, and Lin Biao.

    I wonder if these 8 would participate in a mass genocide on the word of their leader as these others have?

    To the eight: if you are really USMC officers you need to resign your commissions immediately because you DO NOT represent the US nor do we want you dare to make such a claim.

    Additionally, General James F. Amos should be notified of your despicable behavior and demand your courts marshal immediately!

  3. Dyanna Flynn

    Dear “8 servicemen”,

    Jesus said, “Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do.” Are you actually going to gainsay Jesus? He also said, “For if you forgive other people when they sin against you, your heavenly Father will also forgive you. But if you do not forgive others their sins, your Father will not forgive your sins.” (Matthew 6:14-15)

    Think long and hard before taking into your own hands, a cause of “justice” against the men Jesus forgave.

  4. Joe Odom

    Dear “Name Withheld” or otherwise anonymous self-proclaimed Christian,

    Let’s set the ground rules before we entertain a few thoughts with respect to your letter to Mikey Weinstein and the Military Religious Freedom Foundation. First, I am in no way attempting to change your relationship with Jesus and God separately or together as the Holy Trinity within your chosen interpretation of Christianity. Second, let’s agree that there is nothing constructive to be gained by calling anyone names or ridiculing any person’s belief, no matter how subtle or diametrically different it may be from the one you choose. What we can do is use rational and positive communication and education to enlighten ourselves in an affirmative way.

    With that in mind, let’s take a look at the many letters to Mikey and the MRFF which seem to focus on the responsibility of the Jews to the crucifixion of Jesus – which, unfortunately, yours seems to be included. Let’s only address this one line of thought so we don’t become bogged down with the nebulosity of the entire subject of Christianity. These little steps can then help us with the more complicated and involved issues later. Please note, I am not a Jew, nor do I play one on television. I am, however, an U.S. Air Force veteran of one of the most highly regarded intelligence commands throughout the Cold War. We dealt with collecting, interpreting and understanding huge volumes of data with an outrageously high demand and expectation of correctness. It was an art and a science. It has been a cornerstone of rational thought throughout my life.

    From the time I first began serious study of Christianity and its relationship to all of mankind some 45 plus years ago, I suppose the most puzzling piece of dogma was the condemnation of the Jews because of the crucifixion.

    At one point back in the late 1960s or early 70s I was introduced to the “Nostra Aetate” by a Western Civilization History instructor. It was a revelation that I had not had before with the relationship of the Christian church to the Jews. Briefly, the Nostra Aetate, passing in 1968 with further guidelines later, holds that the Catholic Christian body was to resolve that they must renounce religious discrimination and openly recognize that there are differing religions throughout the world which need to be engaged and understood. It is an amazing declaration of tolerance by the church as well as a recognition of how religious bigotry has been so destructive to a group of people that are distributed internationally being bonded together only by their unique religious faith. The Nostra Aetate is clearly written, easily read and completely open to righting a many-century’s long wrong. Best of all, we now have the internet, so it is easily searched and readily available to everyone.

    There is perhaps no other group in the world that has been systematically abused and hated for as many centuries as the Jews. So much so, that there is a name for the genocidal extinction activities solely reserved for them – the Pogrom.

    In the early 1970s, I was stationed in Germany with the U.S. Air Force and while young and arrogant I visited the Dachau concentration camp. They had a number of exhibits documenting that aspect of the Holocaust, but there was one part that was particularly poignant – a movie. As I recall, you had to be at least 18 years old but not older than (I forget), you could not view the film if you had a heart problem or were pregnant, all because of the horrific scenes that were about to be shown. I remember going to that movie with a few of my squadron friends, again, we were all young and cocky and no film could make us flinch.

    We were wrong.

    Regardless of the precisely edited cinematographic aspects of Mel Gibson’s “Passion of the Christ” – designed to nauseate the movie audience with a particular spurt of blood, a shrieking cry of pain or the brutality of a Roman Centurion, the movie at Dachau was exponentially horrible. It was tangibly real and within a time frame with which we could relate. We stumbled out when it was over and remained uncharacteristically silent for quite a while. Our macho bravado was completely stripped. How could one human, much less a collective group of people be so totally and utterly barbaric? I do not recommend ever viewing the Dachau film or any other Nazi concentration camp documentation film as it will effectively extinguish your human innocence.

    Perhaps at this point you or other readers are dismissing everything above as being not applicable or relevant because it is Catholic. Perhaps the teachings of your various clerical groups have ignored the Nostra Aetate out of simple lack of exposure or even cognitive dissonance? Perhaps their chosen Christian interpretation requires the damnation of the Jews and therefore would strictly proclaim Catholics as not being real Americans? Incidentally, this was a perceived issue for John F. Kennedy, who was our first Catholic U.S. President.

    Once again, join me and let’s search out the books and information ourselves and find that we have none other than the U.S. Congress and Senate fully endorsing and supporting the Nostra Aetate. On the 40th Anniversary of the Nostra Aetate, House Continuing Resolution 260 of the 109th Congress was introduced, passed and then agreed and passed by the Senate on 10 November 2005 without modification.
    What does this mean?

    Quite simply, the United States of America:
    “Recognizes the 40th anniversary of the Second Vatican Council’s promulgation of Nostra Aetate, the declaration on the relation of the Roman Catholic Church to non-Christian religions.
    Expresses appreciation for the role of the Holy See in combating religious intolerance and religious discrimination.
    Encourages the United States to continue to serve in a leading role in combating anti-Semitism and other forms of religious intolerance and religious discrimination worldwide.
    Acknowledges the role of Nostra Aetate in fostering interreligious dialogue and mutual respect, including, in particular, new relationships of collaboration and dialogue between Jews and Catholics.”

    Here we have the beauty of education and knowledge. We do not have to argue, fight or continue a malicious train of thought. We do not have to be constrained by an outdated travesty of decency because the Nostra Aetate, Latin for “In Our Age”, functions much like the New Testament – bringing Christian compassion into contemporary understanding. It is not “exclusionary” which only brings negative and hateful behavior with disastrous results but rather is “inclusionary”, which is a positive and a healthy trait promoting a desirable society.

    Please promote education, understanding and fight the rigid and uncompromising ideas of hateful human interaction. There is nothing to be gained by being “crude and rude” when “measured and understanding” gives you a broad based and accepting view of your individual belief, yes? Interestingly, many of the most vile and hateful writers to the MRFF embarrass themselves with their lack of education and understanding of the basic tenants of Christianity.

    I thank you for your careful reading of the above.

    With best regards,
    Joe Odom
    US Air Force, Senior Air Intelligence Analyst Veteran, “Cold Warrior”
    AFGCM w/OLC, USAF Commendation Medal (USAFCM), Meritorious Service Medal (MSM)

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