Sick fucko. We will crush you and hang you out to decompose.

(name withheld)


Dear (name withheld),

What exactly do you intend to do?  When you say you want to crush us, are you saying you have an active intent to cause us harm in order to change how we live our lives?  You must be a big fan of Daesh’s methodology.  Hanging the bodies of an enemy out to decompose is straight out of their playbook.  It’s refreshing though that you openly confess that you are an aspiring terrorist and were kind enough to give us your name.  If you don’t take a few moments to clarify that you have no actual intent to commit an act of violence, I’m sure the FBI will have lots of interesting questions for you in the near future.

Blake A. Page
Military Religious Freedom Foundation
Special Assistant to the President
Director of US Army Affairs

You folks sure are sensitive. On shaky ground eh?.

(name withheld)

Oh no, we’re on quite solid ground in our fight.  Dominionism is an ideology with tragic consequences, that strikes directly against the founding principle and current laws of our great country.  We do take threats of violence seriously though, and your message was clearly threatening.  You claim to intend to “hang [us] out to decompose”.  Do you stand by your threat?  Are you another domestic Christian terrorist,
Pathetic you have nothing better to do with your time.

Is this your best number for contact by law enforcement: (phone number withheld) ?

Blake Page

Thank you.  Will be forwarded to our security folks.  Since you aren’t willing to state that you have no actual intent to act, we can only assume you’re serious until proven otherwise.  Making terroristic threats is not a misdemeanor, btw.

Blake Page


Does (name withheld) know you’re using his email? I would think, if he has a brain, he wouldn’t be happy about your issuing threats on it.

Whoever you are, it’s apparent you feel free to say what’s on your mind, small and dark as it appears to be.

However, it’s hard to know just what you think the MRFF has done to warrant this vile threat, so it would be good to know. Also, please clarify just what it is you’ll do to “crush” us and where you plan to “hang (us) out to decompose.”

That’s because I, for one, have some plans and want to make sure I deal with the most important of them before any crushing takes place. I suppose once crushed the hanging out and decomposing won’t matter much to me exactly where it happens, but my family might want to know.

Anyway, if you’ll ask (name withheld) for permission to use it one more time (or sneak in under the cover of darkness or however you did the first time) to clarify things a bit and send another, more explicit message, it would be appreciated.

Thanks. Look forward to hearing from you.

Mike Farrell

(MRFF Board of Advisors)

Dear (name withheld),
The Treaty of Tripoli was signed at Tripoli on November 4, 1796.It was submitted to the Senate by President John Adams, receiving ratification unanimously from the U.S. Senate on June 7, 1797, and signed by Adams, taking effect as the law of the land on June 10, 1797; a mere 8 years since our Constitution went into effect. If what was written was wrong in anyway, there would have been uproar. But, it passed unanimously and confirmed that America was not founded on Christianity.

Treaty of Tripoli:

As the Government of the United States of America is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion,—as it has in itself no character of enmity against the laws, religion, or tranquility, of Mussulmen [Muslims],—and as the said States never entered into any war or act of hostility against any Mahometan [Mohammedan] nation, it is declared by the parties that no pretext arising from religious opinions shall ever produce an interruption of the harmony existing between the two countries.

.The Constitution reflects our founder’s views of a secular government protecting the freedom of any belief or unbelief. 
The historian, Robert Middlekauff, observed, “The idea that the Constitution expressed a moral view seems absurd. There were no genuine evangelicals in the Convention, and there were no heated declarations of Christian piety.” 
“The Salem witchcraft was the rock on which the theocracy shattered”. George Lincoln Burr (1857 – 1938), Professor of History and Librarian at Cornell University
Question with boldness even the existence of a God; because, if there be one, he must more approve of the homage of reason, then that of blindfolded fear.
Thomas Jefferson, letter to Peter Carr, August 10, 1787

History, I believe, furnishes no example of a priest-ridden people maintaining a free civil government. This marks the lowest grade of ignorance of which their civil as well as religious leaders will always avail themselves for their own purposes. Thomas Jefferson: in letter to Alexander von Humboldt, December 6, 1813

The United States of America have exhibited, perhaps, the first example of governments erected on the simple principles of nature; and if men are now sufficiently enlightened to disabuse themselves of artifice, imposture, hypocrisy, and superstition, they will consider this event as an era in their history. Although the detail of the formation of the American governments is at present little known or regarded either in Europe or in America, it may hereafter become an object of curiosity. It will never be pretended that any persons employed in that service had interviews with the gods, or were in any degree under the influence of Heaven, more than those at work upon ships or houses, or laboring in merchandise or agriculture; it will forever be acknowledged that these governments were contrived merely by the use of reason and the senses.”
John Adams, “A Defence of the Constitutions of Government of the United States of America” 1787-1788
If I could conceive that the general government might ever be so administered as to render the liberty of conscience insecure, I beg you will be persuaded, that no one would be more zealous than myself to establish effectual barriers against the horrors of spiritual tyranny, and every species of religious persecution.
George Washington, letter to the United Baptist Chamber of Virginia, May 1789
Christianity neither is, nor ever was a part of the common law.
Thomas Jefferson, letter to Dr. Thomas Cooper, February 10, 1814

“The civil government functions with complete success by the total separation of the Church from the State.”
James Madison, 1819, Writings, 8:432, quoted from Gene Garman, “Essays In Addition to America’s Real Religion” 

Strongly guarded as is the separation between Religion and Government in the Constitution of the United States, the danger of encroachment by Ecclesiastical Bodies, may be illustrated by precedents already furnished in their short history. James Madison; Monopolies, Perpetuities, Corporations, Ecclesiastical Endowments

“God has appointed two kinds of government in the world, which are distinct in their nature, and ought never to be confounded together; one of which is called civil, the other ecclesiastical government.”
Isaac Backus, An Appeal to the Public for Religious Liberty, 1773

During almost fifteen centuries has the legal establishment of Christianity been on trial. What have been its fruits? More or less in all places, pride and indolence in the Clergy, ignorance and servility in the laity; in both, superstition, bigotry and persecution. What influence, in fact, have ecclesiastical establishments had on society? In some instances they have been seen to erect a spiritual tyranny on the ruins of the civil authority; on many instances they have been seen upholding the thrones of political tyranny; in no instance have they been the guardians of the liberties of the people. Rulers who wish to subvert the public liberty may have found an established clergy convenient auxiliaries. A just government, instituted to secure and perpetuate it, needs them not.
James Madison 1785 Memorial and Remonstrance against Religious Assessments

Where the preamble declares, that coercion is a departure from the plan of the holy author of our religion, an amendment was proposed by inserting “Jesus Christ,” so that it would read “A departure from the plan of Jesus Christ, the holy author of our religion;” the insertion was rejected by the great majority, in proof that they meant to comprehend, within the mantle of its protection, the Jew and the Gentile, the Christian and Mohammedan, the Hindoo and Infidel of every denomination. As Thomas Jefferson wrote in his Autobiography, in reference to the Virginia Act for Religious Freedom

According to our Founding Fathers the Constitution is not based on Christianity or biblical law.

Joan Slish

And if illiterate, foul mouthed people like yourself would do a little research before sending an email, the world would be a better place.


Pastor Joan

MRFF Advisory Board Member


I am far from illiterate nor am I a practicing Christian. Never attend church. I think it is destructive
of OUR society to attack the religion which was the basis for our founding and tolerance.

It is your organization and those like it that are destroying the country and its institutions

Have a nice day..

(name withheld)




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  1. Pinky

    Dear Person who wrote the message to the MRFF dated November 29, 2015, and consists of the following paragraph:

    “Sick fucko. We will crush you and hang you out to decompose.”

    Do you kiss your pastor with that mouth? Seriously may I safely assume you are a person like many who would like to live a long comfortable life and worship within the parameters of your chosen religion? If so than I suggest not communicating with messages that could easily be construed as threats by a reasonable person.

    Work towards learning methods of speaking or writing your opinions without using language that could get you into some genuine trouble with your local or national law enforcement officials. In addition to not wanting to see you or your loved ones beleaguered with problems I, as a tax-payer, do not want to pay for you to cool your heels in a jail.

    I do not understand why the actions (or is it the very existence?) of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation troubles you to the point you would risk your personal freedom to express your displeasure with them. I would like to know. Please reply in this space so I may understand.

    Have you read the MRFF’s web site? I encourage you to do so especially if your current knowledge of MRFF goals and ethics have come from those around you who have a tendency to ignore facts and instead pull self serving fictions out of their anal openings.

    Thank you for your reading time and may your faith inspire you to search out and learn about the broader world around you and your place in it.

    By the way if you still insist on carrying out the statement in your missive, you should know I’ve already been crushed by a careless drunk driver and if you come to hang me bring a strong rope as I am a stout fellow.


  2. Pinky

    Dear Person Who Reviews Comments Prior to Posting

    On December 2, 2015, I posted a comment to this page and received the ~”comments are reviewed prior to posting” message. Checking back to see if anyone have remarked on what I wrote I saw my comment had not been included. I have reviewed the comment I originally wrote and am unable to determine why it would be disallowed. Please advise me where I went wrong in my wording so I can avoid similar difficulties in the future.

    Thank You

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