FEATURED INBOX POST – One Million Dollar Offer to Mr. Weinstein




Support MRFF in our continued fight
for church-state separation in
 the U.S. Military!

To: Mr. Michael L. “Mikey” Weinstein, Esq., Executive Director of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF):

Our worldwide Christian mission organization is prepared to personally offer you $1,000,000.00 in cash at this present time.

There are 2 nonnegotiable preconditions for your acceptance of this official offer:

(1) You immediately and permanently disband and otherwise terminate the MRFF and forever cease your reign of terror against the followers of Jesus Christ in the U.S. military and at all other locations.

(2) You submit yourself in good faith to a 12 week in-residence course of individualized Christian study and worship to be conducted by our Mens Education Group and which has been especially tailored for your current state of apostatic personal opposition to The Word and The Truth.

Please do not respond via e-mail to the address above as it is not designed for such replies.

We ask you to provide for some serious personal time for private prayer and thought to our bona fide offer. 

We will contact you via telephone within the next two to-three weeks to discuss this matter and receive your answer.

thank you, Mr. Weinstein.

In The Name of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ

Response from a MRFF supporter

There is a classic line in one of the Sherlock Holmes stories as Holmes says to Watson, “You see, but you do not observe.”

Here, these folks “Hear, but do not comprehend!”

They just don’t get it that the MRFF does not attack Jesus, Moses, Mohammed, Buddha, or whoever is leading a particular religion.  They don’t understand that the grievance is not religion, or even “their Christian religion,” but rather the military officials who are violating the UCMJ, last I looked – about 15 minutes ago – violating a regulation [Instruction in AF lingo as you know], was a violation of Article 92, UCMJ.  They don’t understand that servicemembers already can pray or worship as they wish (and as their schedules and duties permit).

But, this is something that I’d turn over to the MRFF’s lawyers to ensure that there’s no “bribery” or “public corruption” issues lurking in the weeds here…  Better safe than sorry, especially if this is an ambush of sorts.  Conversely, it would seem to me, that offering such a bribe could jeopardize their tax exempt status!

That aside, I don’t know if you’ve got a Board member who is a Christian minister/pastor who might be able to respond to this BS.  I say this because this goes far beyond hypocrisy – offering someone a $1 million dollar “bribe” so that they can allegedly do “the Lord’s work,” is hardly within the realm of Christian doctrinal principles.  I’ve got a grasp on that – my father and 3 of my great-uncles were all (denomination withheld) ministers, and I went to a “Christian” parochial school for 8 years, and know full well the evil that organized religion perpetuates and which is well documented in the Good Book, the Bible.  My father left the organized church years before he died because it had become a corporate, money-making machine disguised as “religion.”

If you have $1 million available to bribe the MRFF, why aren’t you feeding the hungry, clothing the poor, helping the sick and elderly with that cash cow?  How “Christian” to offer a bribe instead!  How “Christian” of them to use money that people have donated out of the goodness of their hearts, to a so-called “Christian” endeavor, to try and bribe YOU! Obviously they have forgotten the words of their “Lord and Savior:”

And Jesus went into the temple of God, and cast out all them that sold and bought in the temple, and overthrew the tables of the moneychangers, and the seats of them that sold doves,

And said unto them, “It is written, My house shall be called the house of prayer; but ye have made it a den of thieves.”

Matthew 21:12-13.

Then there’s their overt attempt at “brain washing,” viz., you “submit yourself” to their 12 week propaganda program!  WTF, do they think you and the MRFF leadership are as uneducated as they are?

The education method (which is called the “propaganda method” when you don’t believe in what’s being taught) goes for the social-influence gold, trying to affect a change in the person’s beliefs, along the lines of “Do it because you know it’s the right thing to do.” Brainwashing is a severe form of social influence that combines all of these approaches to cause changes in someone’s way of thinking without that person’s consent and often against his will.

Because brainwashing is such an invasive form of influence, it requires the complete isolation and dependency of the subject, which is why you mostly hear of brainwashing occurring in prison camps or totalist cults. The agent (the brainwasher) must have complete control over the target (the brainwashee) so that sleep patterns, eating, using the bathroom and the fulfillment of other basic human needs depend on the will of the agent. In the brainwashing process, the agent systematically breaks down the target’s identity to the point that it doesn’t work anymore. The agent then replaces it with another set of behaviors, attitudes and beliefs that work in the target’s current environment.


On their behalf, at least they were articulate and polite – but if you believe in the Devil, that was the approach he used on Eve in the Garden of Eden . . . .

(name withheld)

Response from MRFF Advisory Board member Mike Farrell

Dear Worldwide Christian Mission Organization,

I know you said not to respond by email, but since you don’t have my phone number I thought it best to approach you this way. Please forgive me if this is considered sinful.

As I am not the Executive Director of the MRFF but only a lowly member of its Board of Advisors, I realize the offer you made to Mikey was not intended for those of us lower on the totem pole. However, given the generosity of your offer to Mikey, I can’t help but ask what it would be worth to you if I was interested in entertaining (which, by the way, I do for a living) such an offer.

Here’s my thought:

Per nonnegotiable precondition #1, while I don’t have the power to “permanently disband and otherwise terminate the MRFF”, I can pretty much guarantee to put an end to their “reign of terror against the followers of Jesus Christ in the military and at all other locations.”

That’s a snap. First of all, they don’t rain terror at “other locations”. They only direct their attention to the U.S. Military.

Second, they really don’t “rain terror” anywhere. They just expose hypocrisy, which we all know Jesus wasn’t fond of either, and protect the U.S. Constitution. Now, you and I both know the U.S. Constitution wasn’t around yet when Jesus was here, but I’m pretty sure he would approve of what it says.

Per nonnegotiable precondition #2, I’m way ahead of you. I already “submit(ted) (my)self in good faith (and a lot of fear) to” way more than 12 weeks, in fact many years of an “in-residence course of individualized Christian study and worship (assuming Catholic counts).” I’ll admit it wasn’t at the hands of your Mens Education Group, but I can’t imagine they’re any tougher than Father O’Riley or Father O’Callaghan, and believe you me, those guys were “especially tailored to (deal with my) apostatic state of personal opposition to The Word and The Truth.” In fact they were determined to use the fear of hell to steer me away from any damned thing that felt good.

So what do you think? Any chance you might be interested in putting up say a couple of hundred K for the scalp of an MRFF minion that you can hang on your belt?

Let me know. I guess you can’t just call me, but Mikey has my number.


Mike Farrell

(MRFF Board of Advisors)

Response from MRFF Advisory Board member Eagle Man, Ed McGaa

Dear Worldwide Christian Mission Organization,                      

Please start this E Mail with fist 3 paragraphs of Mr. Farrell’s recent response, I too am a board member and also a Sioux Indian, OST 15427, (That’s my Tribal enrollment # Sorta lke you are a ‘Real Indian’ and sorta like American Kennel Club Registration.  I even look like one- braids are no braids.

I’d like to volunteer for this 12 week course you offer but only on a couple conditions. But first a bit of background. I have aJD (U SoDak- 70). Former Marine combat pilot- 110 missions out of Chu Lai- RVN. Author- Mostly Sioux Spirituality- but a high selling Historical. We Sioux killed 8 to 1 due mostly to our Winchesters 15 shot repeaters. Cavalry had only single shots and could not fire on the run (Bit & Reins) and their Generals were so ignorantly pompous  they wouldn’t adapt despite the carnage on their troops. (War Dept. turned Winchester down pre- Civil war. So guess who got the repeaters. Winchester didn’t want to go bankrupt. Jesus did not give us the purchasing power, however. Creator- Great Spirit did. Called Black Hills gold. Money Talks? Try Gold nuggets picked from virgin streams. Pilamiyah (Thank you) Wakan Tanka- Benevolent Maker of All.

 Yes, I would be a real plum if you could convert me but since I am always writing books, good ones that sell, be surprised how many intelligent Whiteys love our Nature based Spirituality- so I would rather have only a 6 week course. Also I’d have to question my instructors. You missionaries get all pissed every time we simply, innocently  ask where in the hell did you come up with this talking Devil that can float through the air and seep through walls. Scientists (Who usually are more accurate (Truthful) than you guys.) tell us about Laws of Physics, aerodynamics, and Math among other unbreakable laws- yah- I graduated from St Johns University- and I did my damndest to AVOID putting down hocus pocus for answers. Teachers their ( even the Benedictine  hooded ones) smiled and graded  via  my attitude.  Simply seeking Creator’s Truth. One thing that bothers me. Didn’t Creator on Mt Sinai state- “Thou shalt not Have other Gods before thee!” ??  Sure does get us Sioux off the hook. We are now going back to our One Creator beliefs now that MLK freed us and got that religious Ban on our own Way removed by your wrongfully lobbying of Congress. When will you admit that the BAN was as unconstitutional as your violating the Military  with your constant proselytizing of the troops and supporting an unwritten ‘JESUS’ grade on an enlisted man’s and the young officers fitness reports? We are losing many, many good technicians who are fed up with such injustice.  Marines didn’t pull that career destroying crap on me not if winding up flying the premier aircraft of its time is any example. Good thing I didn’t join the Air Force.  

So let me know about the course. Do you have board and room.?

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  1. Susan Shwartz

    I can only imagine if a Jewish group had taken it on itself to offer a million-dollar bribe to A. cease operations B. take instructions in Judaism. The screaming, moaning and gnashing of teeth, not to mention the semi-literate ranting, could provide Bonnie Weinberg with an entire new book to write.

    Keep up the good work.

    Susan Shwartz

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