AFA rejects demand by atheist Mikey Weinstein

Just thought I’d pass this on to you all even though I’m sure you’ve gotten the message already.  In your face Mikey.  Take that NO and shove it.  I sure would hate be in your shoes when you meet your maker, lets hope you wake up and accept him before that time. GOD BLESS YOU AND HAVE A NICE DAY!!!!

(name withheld)

 

AFA rejects demand by atheist Mikey Weinstein
Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Dear (name withheld),
This week, AFA received a letter from attorneys representing atheist Mikey Weinstein and his Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF). The letter demands that AFA remove MRFF from the AFA Anti-Christian Bigotry map.
He says it is because he and his group are not anti-Christian.
This is the same Mikey Weinstein who wrote a newspaper article calling Christians “monsters,” “bloody monsters,” “pitiable unconstitutional carpetbaggers,” “bandits” and “monstrously savage.”
This is the same Mikey Weinstein who described Christians serving in the military like this: “It’s like walking into a stench in my native state of New Mexico here on a hot August afternoon and having your nostrils assaulted by the stenches of 10,000 rotting swine it’s so bad.”
This is the same Mikey Weinstein whose lawsuit threats have prompted the military to:
  • Remove a Bible verse written on an Air Force cadet’s whiteboard
  • Drop plans for”Operation Christmas Child” at the Air Force Academy
  • Remove the word “Bible” from its list of items to be provided in military lodging facilities.
AFA President Tim Wildmon responded to Mikey Weinstein. We want you to see exactly what he wrote to him, in its entirety. Here it is:
Dear Mikey:

No.

Sincerely,

(name withheld)

AFA has no intentions of removing Mikey Weinstein and MRFF from the map. He and his group have done more than anyone in creating an anti-Christian climate in the military.
AFA will not be bullied by Mikey Weinstein or his Military Religious Freedom Foundation.
Visit the AFA Anti-Christian Bigotry map here.

Dear (name withheld),

Can you imagine waking up in front of the Lord and Him asking you: “Scott, why did you forget  “Judge Not Lest Ye Be Judged?”


You seem to have condemned Mr. Weinstein for the wrong reasons.

The Military Religious Freedom Foundation was created by Mr. Weinstein to assist armed forces members who were being coercively proselytized by Military Superiors and Christian Organizations. MRFF is not  anti-Christian and is currently addressing over 140,000 complaints from military men end women as to their being subjected to such illegal and unconstitutional activities.

Each and every Armed Forces member is guaranteed freedom of religion and freedom from religion if that is what they prefer. MRFF simply backs that promise up and intercedes only when that guarantee is violated.

Your response is not exactly what a good Christian would write and demonstrates a sense of pride which will surely precede a fall.

Sincerely,

Rick Baker
Capt. USAF (Ret)
MRFF Volunteer

 

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