Jew lawyer attacks Christian Chaplins Again

Hello to the jew lawyer Michael weinstien of the MFFjR (Military Fucking Freeks jew Foundation),

You and your Christ hating hordes best lay off attacking Christ loving chaplins like S. Hernandez of the Air Force.

How you like it if we start throwing back your shit to the jew and arab chaplins. And to the buddists ones? We don’t think so!

Cpt. S. Hernandez is right. counterfeit ‘christians” and you and the MFFjF all serve satan.

LOL! We know Christ has already struck down your jew wife. with the polio. Hey does she slobber when she talk?

jew weinstein ever wonder what Jesus has cooked up for you. And your little MFFjF piglets? Oynk Oynk!

(name withheld)

Response by MRFF Advisory Board Member John Compere

Dear (name withheld),
This is in response to your bigoted babbling, a common communication received by the Military Religious Freedom Foundation from radicalized fundamentalist Christians who cannot address religious subjects with intelligence or integrity.
Attached for your information are the following rational explanations in plain language I have prepared for those like you who have difficulty discerning or discussing facts, history, law & truth regarding religion.
1. Jews&Christians – Our Ancient Family
2. Our Constitution, The Military & Any Religion
Hopefully, you will find them enlightening. Please feel free to share them with family & friends.
Brigadier General John Compere, US Army (Retired), Disabled American Veteran (Vietnam), MRFF Advisory Board Member, Texas rancher



As one who was born, raised and educated as an American Christian, and certified to teach and taught adult biblical history for a dozen years, I know and appreciate that Christianity is just a branch off of the ancient tree of Judaism, Jesus and his disciples were Jewish, and the biblical authors were Jewish. There would be no Christianity without the Jewish faith, culture and people.


Christianity teaches God created all human beings equal and it was very good (Genesis 1:27&31), the 2nd greatest commandant is to love one’s neighbor (Mark 12:31, Luke 10:27), and there is no difference between Jew and Gentile – for we all are one (Romans 10:12, 1 Corinthians 12:13, Galatians 3:28).


Ignorant and intolerant anti-Semitic “Christians” make a mockery of all biblical instruction, moral teaching and common decency. It is a sad commentary on the Christian religion when hate-filled hypocrites, who claim to be Christians, hurl non-Christian hatred at fellow human beings who are Jewish. It is one reason so many rational people reject repugnant fundamentalist Christianity.


Such a diabolical diatribe reflects only on the pernicious perpetrator. Medical science tells us parochial prejudice is the pathetic product of lack of self-esteem. Moreover, it confirms the self-evident truth bigoted believers use religion to spread their hatred whereas benevolent believers use religion to spread their goodness.


Countless Christians piously proclaim the USA was founded on “Judeo-Christian” values and then completely contradict themselves by claiming it to be only a “Christian” nation. They insidiously ignore that “Judeo” means Jewish. If we were founded on Jewish-Christian values, then it literally and logically follows we would be a Jewish-Christian nation. The inexplicable dropping of Judeo (Jewish) is dishonest, devious and disingenuous. 


The truth is we are all human brothers and sisters sharing our earthly human habitat. Unfortunately, a few still have not learned to act accordingly.


Consider this worldly wisdom:


Renaissance Philosopher MACHIAVELLI wisely wrote in “Exhortation to Penitence” that those who cannot avoid being hostile to their neighbors are ungrateful to God.


Enlightenment Philosopher ROUSSEAU pointedly penned – “God makes all things good; man meddles with them and they become evil.”


Christian Philosopher PASCAL correctly concluded – “Men never do evil so completely and cheerfully as when they do it from religious conviction.”


American poet laureate WALT WHITMAN’s legendary line was addressed to a lowly outcast – “Not till the sun excludes you do I exclude you.”


American writer, poet & 3 time Pulitzer Prize Winner CARL SANDBURG profoundly proclaimed –


“There is only one man in the world and his name is All Men.

There is only one women 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.”


John Compere

Brigadier General, US Army (Retired), Disabled American Veteran (Vietnam), Military Religious Freedom Foundation Advisory Board Member, Texas rancher




The military mission is to defend our nation against its enemies – not promote a religion. The sworn military service oath is to “support and defend the Constitution of the United States…and bear true faith and allegiance to the same” – not to any religion or its writings. The Constitution prohibits our secular government (which includes the military) from promoting a religion. The Department of Defense acknowledges our nation’s diversity of beliefs by publishing an official list of recognized religions for the military alone that currently includes 221 different faith and belief groups.

Military service and pay are public whereas religion is private. Military personnel may privately practice a religion or no religion, but they may not lawfully use their military service or position to publicly impose their private religious beliefs on other military members. Military installations provide chapels for those who choose to worship and chaplains for the spiritual support of those who seek it. Religion problems seldom arise when military leadership demonstrates intelligence, integrity and loyalty to the mission, oath, regulations and Constitution.


Those who disrespect and disregard our Constitution, their sworn service oath and military regulations subject themselves to disciplinary action. Additionally, a basic Constitution class and a briefing on the legal significance of sworn oaths need to be mandatory. Those who choose not to support and defend our Constitution, honor their oath or follow regulations have the right to seek a career in the civilian sector for private pay.


The Constitution (1st Amendment) provides, respectively, our historic trinity of American religious liberties:


  1. Freedom from public religion – our secular government is prevented from “respecting ” an establishment of religion (favoring a religion). It is our right to be free from religion imposed by the government or its representatives;


  1. Freedom of private religion – our secular government is prevented from “prohibiting” the free exercise of religion. It is our right to practice any religion or no religion provided the rights of others are not violated; and


  1. Freedom of speech about religion – our secular government is prevented from “abridging” freedom of speech. It is our right to speak or write about religion. It does not include the right of the government or its representatives to impose religious speech or writing on others.


There can be no misunderstanding about the operative verbs above (first read them and then read their definitions in any American dictionary).


World history confirms the catastrophic conflicts and human harm caused throughout Europe when governments and religion were combined and dependent. Historic separation of church and state is a fundamental liberty of all free people that keeps private religion out of public government and public government out of private religion. It was clearly the intent of our Founders as contained in the Constitution and 1st Amendment, indisputably documented by 3 centuries of public records, acknowledged publicly by every President except the current contrarian, continuously confirmed by the Judiciary, and permanently embedded in the law of our land. Consequently, religious freedoms flourish in America.


The Constitution contains no religious deity reference and commands “no religious test ” shall ever be required as a qualification to any public office or public trust. History also records there were no public prayers provided during the 116 days of the 1787 Constitutional Convention. James Madison reminded delegates of the Constitution’s secular philosophy: “This is derived from the superior power of the people.”


Simply stated, we Americans have the right to our own religious or non-religious beliefs, but we must respect the right of others to determine and enjoy their beliefs (the same right we cherish for ourselves). This is timeless universal wisdom predating institutional religion, known as the “GOLDEN RULE” and reportedly preached by Jesus in every New Testament version (Matthew 7:12; Luke 6:31). The self-righteous obsession of radicalized religionists to publicly force their private religious beliefs on others without extending them this basic human liberty exhibits the height of hypocrisy, rejects all moral teaching and creates continuous conflict.


These are factual, historical and lawful truths unqualified history deniers and revisionists with self-serving sectarian agendas intentionally ignore and dishonestly dispute. They are entitled to their ill-advised opinions, but never to their own facts, history, law and truth.


Enlightenment Philosopher VOLTAIRE rationally reflected – “The truths of religion are never so well understood as by those who have lost the power of reasoning.


Christian Philosopher PASCAL wisely wrote – “Men never do evil so completely and cheerfully as when they do it from religious conviction.”


American Philosopher WILL ROGERS’ observation remains relevant – “There is no argument in the world that carries the hatred that a religious belief one does.”


1st Commander-in-Chief GEORGE WASHINGTON acknowledged military freedom of belief – “It has been suggested that [the military chaplaincy] has a tendency to introduce religious disputes into the Army, which above all things should be avoided, and in many instances would compel men to a mode of Worship which they do not profess.”


3rd President THOMAS JEFFERSON penned the classic confirmation – “Believing…religion is a matter which lies solely between man and his God…legislative powers of government reach actions only, and not opinions, I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the American people which declared that their legislature should ‘make no law respecting an establishment of religion’…thus building a wall of separation between church and state.


Republican President RONALD REAGAN affirmed this critical liberty in a public speech – “We establish no religion in this country, we command no worship, we mandate no belief, nor will we ever. Church and state are, and must remain, separate.


Christian Evangelist BILLY GRAHAM praised separation of church and state in a public sermon – “We enjoy the separation of church and state and no sectarian religion has ever been and we pray God, ever will be imposed upon us.


John Compere

Brigadier General, Judge Advocate General’s Corps, US Army (Retired); former Chief Judge, US Army Court of Military Review; Disabled American Veteran (Vietnam); Military Religious Freedom Foundation Advisory Board Member; and Texas rancher.









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