America

Disgusting use of your American freedom!

(name withheld)


Hi Mike,

What’s disgusting about it? Do you even know what we’re doing?

I suggest you look at the attached and think about all the implications.

Mike Farrell

(MRFF Board of Advisors)

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Dear (name withheld),
We don’t go after all Christian denominations but the Fundamental Evangelical (born again) Dominionists who have hijacked our military – especially the Air Force.
Unless one is in the military and sees the battle raging to make the Fundamental Evangelical Dominionists the only face of our military, most people do not understand it.
Their unwritten though practiced motto is-
“When one proudly dons a U.S. Military uniform, there is only one religious symbol: the Cross. There is only one religious scripture: the Bible. Finally, there is only one religious faith: Fundamental Evangelical Christianity.”
In October, 1980, seeking reelection, President Carter said “the Bible doesn’t say how you balance the federal budget. . . . It’s never been done before, but certain religious groups are trying to say what the definition of a Christian is.”
 
Military Chaplains of the 1980’s employed 3,488 chaplains who represented 205 faiths. By 1983 the National Association of Evangelicals said that “Evangelicals populate the corps to a greater degree than ever.” The takeover of our military is now complete with Evangelicals (born-again) holding 85-90% of Chaplain positions.
President Carter was correct in his statement because the Evangelicals were now emboldened enough to state their true agenda against Christians of all denominations.
Though this was said in 1999 it is worse today:
US Army chaplain MAJ James Linzey, who, in a 1999 video, described mainstream Protestant churches as “demonic, dastardly creatures from the pit of hell “that should be “stomped out.”
 
THIS is what we fight against. This is what our cadets are facing.
You are not privy to the emails we get from Cadets who are being harassed, told they “are not Christian enough” and not the “right kind of Christian.”
They are given poor performance ratings, advancements withheld, some are told to do research on something and then someone else is given credit for it, were put on-point in the war zone many times and kicked out of the military on trumped up charges – all because they are not a part of “Team Jesus Christ.”
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And, I am only scratching the surface. This is no joke.
Read this article from ex-Chaplain MeLinda Morton who was fired (was allowed to resign) for being one of many who outed this sect and its in-your-face proselytizing against all of the laws and regulations I already gave you. http://www.military.com/daily-news/2015/12/10/ex-chaplain-criticizes-tebow-prayer-at-air-force-football-home.htmlol.
Read this from Col. Lawrence Wilkerson (retired) who was Secretary of State Colin Powell’s Chief of Staff (2002-05).
We have the laws and regulations to back up our stance and the soldiers and cadets don’t think what we do is “pretty low.”
Pastor Joan

I do feel very sorry for you using religion as a hammer. Not one of those kids is forced to pray, I doubt any of them are asking you to pray with them. They are praying because it comforts them, makes them feel good. I for one could not care less who they are praying to, or what religion they belong too. Prayer rugs, rosary beads, jewish star, or hoof of a goat. If it is done in peace and not by force I don’t care. Endorsement…..you mean the Air Force has a position on who prays and who doesn’t? The Air Force says only Christians can pray? I understand you have nothing important in your lives and you hide behind religion and what “you” want people to believe is right and wrong, but going after kids praying at a football game is pretty low don’t you think?
(name withheld)

I do feel very sorry for you using religion as a hammer. Not one of those kids is forced to pray, I doubt any of them are asking you to pray with them. They are praying because it comforts them, makes them feel good. I for one could not care less who they are praying to, or what religion they belong too. Prayer rugs, rosary beads, jewish star, or hoof of a goat. If it is done in peace and not by force I don’t care. Endorsement…..you mean the Air Force has a position on who prays and who doesn’t? The Air Force says only Christians can pray? I understand you have nothing important in your lives and you hide behind religion and what “you” want people to believe is right and wrong, but going after kids praying at a football game is pretty low don’t you think?
(name withheld)

Dear (name withheld),
If the military obeyed the laws and regulations listed above, we wouldn’t be having this fight.
 
Tradition does not trump our laws.
 

Pastor Joan

MRFF Advisory Board Member

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