Mikeys’ Problem with Jesus?

Mikey Weinstein it seems you have a problem with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
What is your problem?
Are you just too stupid to get how simple this is? Or are you just a little stiff necked like most jews?
You all always look down your long jewish noses at us who are saved by His Grace.
Heres the thing Mikey Weinstein.
Accept and bow your knees and confess Him as your personal Lord and Savior. Or burn in torment in hell for all eternity.
Really simple.
Or is that just a little too hard for you to understand?
(Personally my soldier husband and I hope you and that MFRR burn in hell for your crimes against Jesus to our military)

(name withheld)


(name withheld),
It seems you have a problem with Mikey and the Military Religious Freedom Foundation and are too cowardly to get a direct response by making up these fake emails.
What is your problem?
Are you just too stupid to get how simple this is? Or are you just a little anti-Semitic, self-righteous, hateful, judgmental and bigoted like most CHINO’s? 
You (are) all always look down your long CHINO (Christian in name only) noses at us, who are defending the Constitution, Supreme Court rulings and the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
Here’s the thing “(name withheld):”
Accept the fact that we are fighting for religious freedom for ALL of our soldiers, not just the Christians and definitely not for the CHINOs. 
It is you who better get on your knees and beg forgiveness for wishing to send Mikey – and those of us who are Christians and work with Mikey to hell – when God never said He was going to.
Romans 11:25-29
For I would not, brethren, that ye should be ignorant of this mystery, lest ye should be wise in your own conceits; that blindness in part is happened to Israel, until the fulness of the Gentiles be come in. 
And so all Israel shall be saved: as it is written, There shall come out of Sion the Deliverer, and shall turn away ungodliness from Jacob:
For this is my covenant unto them, when I shall take away their sins.
As concerning the gospel, they are enemies for your sakes: but as touching the election, they are beloved for the fathers’ sakes.
For the gifts and calling of God are without repentance.
Really simple, huh, or is that just a little too hard for you to understand? Do you understand what a mystery is? It’s a secret – something you failed to understand.
(Personally my soldier husband and I hope you and that MFRR burn in hell for your crimes against Jesus to our military)
Personally, I don’t know how a soldier ever married such a person who is so illiterate in spelling and grammar. 
It’s not MFRR but MRFF, you idiot.
You must be the joke of the base.
Pastor Joan
MRFF Advisory Board Member

Dear (name withheld),
First thing, he, Jesus, might be your  lord and savior, but he does not hold that position for many others.  So, please stop imposing your belief system on everyone else.M. Gray
MRFF Supporter
“I’ll fight for our country, but not for your god.”


Dear (name withheld),

I am a Sioux Korea/Viet Combat Marine Veteran and a MRFF Board Member. (95 % of all chastising Mail cowardly avoids a valid return address for MRFF reply.) So this reply is a simple query if you are also a 95%-er coward and hence saving my time. I will issue my two cents worth should you prove to be a respectable human being and this goes through the network. Otherwise you are some simple minded cowardly, Pat Robertson-ite who incidentally is a Jesus -ite and had his Senator Daddy pull him out of the Pusan Perimeter and replaced with another Marine Lt. who did not have a Senator Daddy. Oh! Incidentally- I volunteered for both combat tours and the last one (Nam) I put off my law school acceptance for a year to go fly 110 combat missions at the helm of a Close Air Support Marine F-4 out of Chulai. 6 days out of combat I was in law school. Graduate- 1970.


Hi  (name withheld),

Because you hide behind a fake email address I suspect the only way you’ll ever see this response is by reading the hate mail posted on our website, but nevertheless, on the off-chance you or one of your cowardly crowd every checks it out, here are my best wishes to you.

Mikey has no problem with Jesus, but it’s clear you do. Mikey believes everyone has the right to her or his own form of belief, even you.

Mikey is not stupid, but it’s clear you are. Antisemitism is a sure sign of stupidity. Jesus, being a Jew himself, would frown on it.

If you’re considering yourself among those you refer to as being “saved by His Grace,” you might want to read again what he had to say and what he did with his life. If you do, you’ll realize you’re failing him completely with this ugly prattle you’re spewing.

You and your “soldier husband,” if such a person exists, are to be pitied for your failure to comprehend and practice what Jesus actually taught.

Or is that just a little too hard for you to understand?


Mike Farrell

(MRFF Board of Advisors)

Dear (name withheld),

Mr. Weinstein is unavailable to reach out to every email he receives in relation to his work ensuring that people of all faiths and no faith have the right to exercise their religious beliefs in the US Military Forces.  I am currently helping with this work in my spare time by reaching out to people who seem to misunderstand what it is that the Military Religious Freedom Foundation does and sometimes appear hostile to what is essentially the completely American ideal of Religious Freedom as defined in the 1st and 14th amendments to the constitution and further elaborated upon in Article 6 paragraph 3.  The real question is “Should the military have the right to force soldiers, sailors, etc to practice a form of faith?”.  In fact, our constitution is very clear on that.  Allow me to quote it:
“The Senators and Representatives before mentioned, and the Members of the several State Legislatures, and all executive and judicial Officers, both of the United States and of the several States, shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation, to support this Constitution; but no religious Test shall ever be required as a Qualification to any Office or public Trust under the United States.”
I know that’s a long sentence, but the practical upshot of it is that anyone who works in the public sector doesn’t have to conform to any religious ideal.  The MRFF is a watchdog for religious groups who abuse soldiers by denying them that right.  You think it’s an attack on Christianity, because it’s usually Christians who are in control and are currently infringing on soldiers’ rights, but what if it were Jews?  Muslims? Zoroastrians if they still exist? How would you react then to such a group protecting your religious freedom?
I’d like to make sure I hit all of the points you touch on, so let’s start with the most culturally sensitive one: Jews
I only really know three Jews very well; my optometrist, a friend I made when I first moved to Seattle, and a member of a surprisingly talented and successful Kids Music band who is part of the same social circle.  All three of them are amazing people and if I were forced to come up with stereotypes of the entire Jewish ethnicity based on my experiences with these three people it would be that they’re ambitious, hard-working, funny, creative people, with a 33% chance of having a  fixation with eye dilation drops.
Making statements about other people’s ethnic or religious heritage doesn’t particularly help you in what looked like a really horrible attempt to proselytize your faith to a non-believer, although it’s still probably better than Richard III’s attempt to spread Christianity with a crusade of the holy land.  If I recall correctly, Christ’s command was, when smitten upon the cheek to turn and offer the other cheek.  Did he not say “The meek shall inherit the Earth”?  And I don’t really remember any story of him on the cross being all like “Oh, you’re gonna burn in hell for this, asshole!”  If you really think you’re the elect of God, maybe aim to behave better than others rather than use it as an excuse to justify worse behavior.
Please pardon my presumption, but I assume you’re a woman because you refer to your “husband” and I don’t think a whole lot of married gay couples subscribe to your particular set of beliefs. But if my assumption is correct your command as a Christian woman is to submit to the will of God, the will of your husband, and pretty much otherwise be silent.  I think that’s in First Timothy.   I don’t, myself, subscribe to such beliefs, but given that you claim to–it’s a bit surprising seeing you step so far out of the rank and file of your belief system just to spit venom at another living, breathing, thinking, feeling human-being who is protecting your rights and the rights of your family and friends.
The freedom to practice the religion of your choice is a fundamental right granted to all Americans and as an American, I’m proud to see that America still produces people willing defend the rights of all–even if it also produces myopic, self-indulgent, culturally-literate people who can’t be bothered to educate themselves even on the precepts of their own beliefs let alone make allowances for other people to do as they like.
Reverend Christopher S. Douglass

Wow, (name withheld)….. just, wow.

I find it difficult to grasp the notion that this email could have come from a Christian.  I’m a Christian myself, as well as a USAF Academy graduate, USAF veteran, and staunch MRFF supporter. I would never send such a hate-filled, un-Christian note.
In fact, I don’t personally know ANY Christians who wish that anyone should “burn in hell.”  The Christians I know only wish that everyone would come to know and love God. I also don’t know any Christians who would level such a nasty, anti-Semitic attack. So I guess you are a very different kind of “Christian” than me — and I thank God for the difference.
At any rate, your opinion about the MRFF is as misguided as your prayers. We are not anti-Christian. We are not anti-religion. We are not anti-God.
Our mission is to ensure that all members of the US Armed Forces fully receive the Constitutional guarantee to freedom of religion to which they and all Americans are entitled.  But I understand how that concept rubs some people the wrong way. They only want freedom (and supremacy) for their own particular beliefs; the beliefs of others be damned. You seem to be in this camp.
As long as there are folks like you, who dream of a “Christian America” (ultra-conservatively Christian, of course), there will be committed Americans like me and my MRFF colleagues to work ceaselessly for true religious freedom for ALL Americans.
Emails like yours DO serve one purpose, though — it is a great reminder that our work must continue. So thank you for that important lesson.
Mike Challman
Christian, Veteran, MRFF Supporter

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  1. Peter Zimmerman

    So you say,

    “Or are you just a little stiff necked like most jews?”

    May I remind you that your “savior” was a Jew? Was he “stiff necked?” And by the way “Jew” is always capitalized.

  2. jimbo

    Mikey and the MRFF expresses respect for religions, but I don’t. Jesus is a non-existent historical figure, and if anyone wishes to talk to me about gods I expect they prove that any gods ever existed, exist or will ever exist. We live in reality, and no gods exist in reality. If you want to play in reality-land, our request is to be respected, just as we respect your right to believe in non-existent supernatural beings. If you wish to play in reality-land, you need to understand you need to play with reality rules, they protect you and others as well as atheists like me and Jews like Mikey.

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