I knew immediately when I saw this article.

  I knew immediately when I saw this article regarding an attack on a squadron commander for the mere mention in an interview of his Christian faith, that the name behind it would be Jewish. It’s remarkable how predictable this is. If there were some way to place an even odds bet of $100 on who the detractor is in any article, or protest attacking Christianity, Christmas, Christian tradition etc, I’d be a very wealthy man by simply betting Jewish straight down the line.
In truth, if one looks into any such attack on the west, it’s traditional religion, or it’s traditional culture one finds the same is true. When one looks at the names on the spines of any textbook that divides or destroys western culture you find the names are almost entirely Jewish or belong to Jews who have anglicised their names. Be it radical feminism attacking masculinity and the traditional family, promotion of homosexuality, books that promote the idea of white guilt, gender theory which denies male and female even exist biologically. Even the funding for anything that creates division in the west such as “Black Lives Matter,” which concerns itself not with saving black lives but rather with attacking whites and police, and has created the deepest division between the races since the 1960’s. All Jewish written and promoted ideas, all Jewish funded.
Realize, before you attempt to simply write this off as hate, or simple antisemitism that I only speak of the recognition of patterns here. I first began to realize this just 4 years ago when my beloved niece came home from university fresh from women’s studies and gender studies, with a blooming hate for her own people, for men, and for capitalism. A look into the texts and the teachers revealed it was Jewish almost in it’s entirety. This sparked my interest and I began to find the same is true for the teachings and theory behind any anti western, anti Christian, anti traditional values. When I look, I can’t help but see this and wonder why it is so here in the west.


A son of the west


Response from MRFF Founder and President Mikey Weinstein

Hey there, Little ignorant, poorly educated cupcake… got antisemitism?… What happened, squirt, Wayback in second grade did a little Jewish girl kick your ass and you’ve been a classic Jew-hater since then?… Hey, aren’t you late for a Jewish book burning anyway?

 Response from MRFF Supporter

 When one sends their personal thoughts to another, and declines to present their full name, there is an element of being disingenuous. I will also be quite amazed if your email address is even authentic, yet we will see shortly if my assessment is correct when forwarding this response your way. . .
 Mikey Weinstein and his work with the Military Religious Freedom Foundation stands firmly on the ground set forth in the Establishment Clause to the United States Constitution, one that the Founders instituted to clearly separate church and state (  notably to the necessary separation of this alignment in our structured and powerful military.) There are no hidden agendas involved here, only the mandate once again by our Founders, that the Military Religious Freedom Foundation stands firm on. . .
  In revealing a portion of who you are by referencing Jewish/Jews, along with other references specifically to, ” Black Lives Matters, ” and “capitalism”  of all things, you may not have given us your specific name, please realize we know who you are, as we’ve encountered your mindset before . . . .
  These current times are profoundly complicated, and yes, unnerving. . Yet, these are the exact moments that defines one, not only as a functioning human being, but also as to the personal characteristics that will advance a country such as ours or take it back to a former isolated period of segregation, brutality and multi-level cloaked bigotry . . .
  I recently read an excerpt from Kellyanne Conway, Donald Trump’s addition to his incoming White House Staff that in seeking “private schools” for their children in D.C. it had become difficult, as they “preach diversity.” Columnist, Richard Johnson of the New York Post quoted her:
  ” While the posh private schools’ handbooks and websites all preach “diversity” and “open-mindedness,” Conway said, “For some, there is a comfort in sameness.”
   Key words here, comfort and sameness. There is nothing comfortable about where we are, nor a sameness that could bring us holistically together. . .We are random, yet designated parts of this Pale Blue Dot, unique to ones self, and this is good, healthy and at times stretches one out of their complacency.
  If we lack the ability to progress as a country by refusing to view multidimensional cultures/& religions as assets to our growth as a nation, we are left with the thoughts and actions you’ve offered us referenced in your email, Jewish/Jews , Black Lives Matters etc. . and this will only lead us on a road that travels backwards in time.  I for one refuse to go there, aligning with my dear friend, Mikey and the Foundation on principles set forth in the Establishment Clause. Maybe it’s time to read It, and comprehend it’s full breath..
  May you and yours be well. . .


(name withheld)

Response from MRFF Supporter
It was so refreshing to be provided with such a clear-cut example of the profoundly anti-Semitic tropes found in the ‘alt-wrong’ and the so-called ‘Cultural Marxism’ meme it adheres to in order to justify racism, Capitalism, misogyny, and white Christian male supremacy. You provide an unadulterated view of what is now passing for ‘objective’ opinion in your twisted Bizzaro world (and worldview), and which is replacing the old-fashioned ‘World Bankers’ Conspiracy’ and ‘Elders of Zion’ conspiracy theories since they were so evidently untenable.

Just for the record though, Lt.Col Kerstin’s transgression at Incirlik was against the U.S. Constitution’s ‘Establishment’ clause, and as such, against every American; Jewish or otherwise. The fact that Mikey is Jewish (although the vast majority of the MRFF’s board and >95% of its clients are self-identified Christians) is only incidental to the issue despite your effort to pretzel it into ‘The Issue’.

I’m particularly amused at your attempt to justify your anti-Semitism as ‘only… the recognition of patterns…’ as though your conclusions were the result of a stringent academic process.  Just for curiosity, were your sources Dumbbart or StormFront?  Were your ‘findings’ peer-reviewed?  They bespeaks profound sense of insecurity and inferiority which you are displacing on others to mitigate the need for a painful self-inspection.  An issue that’s endemic in your kind.

But, rest assured, that the battle to insure the progressive values, which you choose to characterize in true ‘cultural Marxist’ terms as “… anti western, anti Christian, anti traditional values…” (so, does that mean you endorse slavery, racism, – you clearly endorse anti-Semitism, imperialism, casino Capitalism, Christian totalitarianism, and a host of other evils that have so characterized the ills of western, Christian, and ‘traditional’ values?) will continue unabated in the march to a more fair, tolerant, and productive society for all its members while the values you so evidently endorse will be seen, in the rear-view mirror of history, in the same terms as we now view their predecessor; Nazi fascism.  And, be assured, that Mikey, MRFF, and its supporters will be there to insure that those in our military are not oppressed by those who share your so-called ‘values’.

(name withheld)

Response from MRFF Advisory Board Member John Compere

Brigadier General, Judge Advocate General’s Corps, US Army (Retired)
Disabled American veteran (Vietnam)
Dear “son of the west”,
Your blatant antisemitism is nothing more than radicalized religious racism against fellow human beings, the Jewish people. History tells us this poisonous parochial prejudice originated in the disgraceful doctrinal discrimination of the foreign-based Roman Catholic Church, digressed into murderous malevolence & ghoulish genocide by German Hitler & the Nazis (who claimed to be faithful Catholics), and is contaminating with similar hatred many of the followers of Arabic Islam (who claim to be be faithful Muslims).
As a Son of the American West who was born, raised & educated an American Christian, I know & appreciate that Christianity is just a branch off of the ancient tree of Judaism and without the Jewish people there would be no Christianity. I also know that Jesus, his disciples & the biblical authors were all Jewish. Moreover, I first learned through the Christian church that God created all human beings equal in God’s image and it was good (Genesis 1:27&31). I also learned that that the second greatest commandment after loving God was to love one’s neighbor (Mark 12:31; Luke 10:27).
I am grateful for & enjoy a loving relationship with many friends & family members who are Jewish. Your hateful xenophobic version of Christianity is something I can neither comprehend nor respect. It brings to mind the wisdom of Renaissance Philosopher Machiavelli who wisely wrote those who cannot avoid being hostile to their neighbors are ungrateful to God (“Exhortation to Penitence”) & Enlightenment Philosopher Rousseau who pointedly penned “God makes all things good; man meddles with them and they become evil.. It is a very sad commentary on our humanity when one delusional hate-filled human like you believes in & boasts of hatred for fellow human beings.
There is only one man in the world and his name is All Men.
 There is only one woman in the world and her name is All Women.
 There is only one child in the world and the child’s name is All Children.

– Carl Sandburg (American writer, poet & 3 time Pulitzer Prize Winner)
Most Sincerely,
John Compere
Brigadier General, Judge Advocate General’s Corps, US Army (Retired)
Disabled American veteran (Vietnam)
MRFF Advisory Board Member
Texas rancher

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  1. American Patriot
  2. Connie

    Pig is getting lax
    A link is all they give us
    I like patties though

    The letter writer blames the school for their daughters’ enlightenment. Perhaps her dislike of patriarchal Christian white male supremacy is due to their actions throughout history and not as the letter writer states (hopes) indoctrination into a worldview they find too scary to face.

    Patriarchy doesn’t share. Neither does matriarchy. To survive what our planet is about to throw at humans we must see the value in each other. To do otherwise is to court extinction.

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