Stop jew attack on the 101st

Mr. Weinsteen,

With all do respect sir the 101st Airborne has a little more to worry about than making sure a bunch of whinny pissy jews get to have their worship services on post or in Nashville.

The prayers of jews are not heard by Jesus anyway as it was them who put him on the Cross.

Your a famous jew lawyer yourself right? Figures.

Guess you can’t see the truth of the Fort Campbell thing? Cause your a jew too.

Jews always stick together and only for themselves. Look at history and you see why jews get kicked out of all the countries eventually.

Stop you snd the MRRF badgering the 101st with your typical jew crying.

Let the real soldiers do their jobs. Those who walk with the Lord Jesus. Not the little jews who crucified him.

Funny how the real soldiers are always Christians isn’t it?

Stop attacking us Christians before you get your jews kicked out of the US of A too.

Oh and fuck you Mickey and the bagel you rode in on.

An American Patriot and True Christian

Response from MRFF Advisory Board Member John Compere

Dear anonymous coward, anti-Semitic bigot & non-Christian,

As a past airborne member of the 101st Airborne Division “Screaming Eagles” who proudly served with brave, loyal & patriotic Americans who were Jewish, I read your diabolical diatribe with disdain & disgust. It is a sad commentary on humanity & our United States Army when an ignorant hypocrite, who claims to be Christian, makes a moronic mockery of biblical scripture, moral teaching & common decency by hurling hatred at fellow Americans because they were born of Jewish mothers (like Jesus). It is the reason moral Americans rationally reject the insidious intolerance of anti-Semitic religious racism.

Such misguided malice reflects only on the pathetic perpetrator. Psychology tells us this pernicious prejudice begins with shortage of self-esteem, is perpetuated by radical religious indoctrination, descends into primordial tribalism (“We are better than you”), and deteriorates into punitive pogrom (e.g., exclusion, discrimination, genocide). It confirms the self-evident truth bigoted believers use religion to spread hate & harm whereas benevolent believers use religion to spread graciousness & goodness.

As one who was born, raised & educated as an American Christian (and certified to teach & taught adult biblical history for many years), I know & appreciate Christianity is just a branch off the ancient tree of Judaism. Jesus, his disciples & biblical authors were Jewish – not Christian. Jesus was known as “king of the Jews” – not Christians (Matthew 2:2; 27:11, Luke 23:3&38). Jesus preached “salvation is from the Jews” – not Christians (John 4:22). There would be no Christianity without the Jewish faith, culture & people. Judaism based Christianity teaches God created all human beings equal and it was very good (Genesis 1:27&31), the 2nd greatest Commandment is to love one’s neighbor (Mark 12:31, Luke 10:27), and there is no difference between Jew & Gentile for we all are one (Romans 10:12, 1 Corinthians 12:13, Galatians 3:28). If you read a biblical version, you would discover what is common knowledge among all literate believers – Pagan Romans (not Jews) crucified Jewish Jesus.

It has been my experience that a man who resorts to vacuous vulgarity does so because he cannot address a subject with intelligence or integrity. Willful ignorance is always difficult to dissuade when it is infected with apathy, acrimony & arrogance. However, we continue to try because, in truth & reality, we all are human brothers & sisters sharing our earthly home. Unfortunately, a few ignominious ignoramuses have not learned to live accordingly.

Most Sincerely,

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




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  1. Grey One talks sass

    Ya know letter writer,

    Since you brought up the subject, let’s get rid of the entire Chaplain Corp., amirite? Saves all kinds of money to boot.

    On the plus side, all the Christian prayers will more likely be heard, what with them having to be uttered in private instead of shouted from the public square. You’re welcome.

    Honor all faiths or none will be honored. Seems fair to me. Should be as I just paraphrased the Constitution.

  2. Calif Anon

    The bible does not say that prayers will only be heard in silence and not in public?

  3. Grey One talks sass

    Calif Anon doesn’t know their holy book nor how to do a quick internet search. Look what I found!

    Matthew 6: 5 – 6
    In the King James Version of the Bible the text reads:

    “And when thou prayest, thou shalt not be as the hypocrites. are: for they love to pray standing in the synagogues and. in the corners of the streets, that they may be seen of men.

    But thou, when thou prayest, enter into thy closet, and when thou hast shut thy door, pray to thy Father which is in secret; and thy Father which seeth in secret shall reward thee openly.”

  4. Grey One talks sass


    You’re welcome

  5. Calif Anon

    Dear Grey One,
    You may want to read this, for the bible says to pray both publicly and privately,

    You’re welcome 🙂

  6. Grey One talks sass

    Nice try Calif Anon. Quoting an “Authority” is not the same as providing the actual text from the Christian bible.

    Of course you’d take the lazy way. I’m not a betting person but if I was I’d bet you’ve not read the book you wield as a bludgeon. You read The Authorities and all their opinions. That I’ll give you. But the real deal? Nope.

    And I didn’t thank you.

  7. Calif Anon

    Oh Grey One,
    I have read the bible many times over, and I thought I would share the article, but I could have gone through and posted the same verses as they did. There were many times that Jesus prayed in public, so does that make Him a hypocrite. See, what you were doing is what many heathen like yourself do, take one first out of its context without seeing what comes before and after, who is the verse targeting, what was the Jewish context of the time the passage was written. Jesus was speaking to the Pharisees at the time who loved to be seen by men for showing their righteousness before men, so by saying that they are to pray in secret, He was saying what is your motive in praying, is it to show how righteous you are or are you being sincere.

    Paul said that we are to pray without ceasing. Jesus prayed in public while blessing the food before feeding the 5,000. I am sure you know that Christians and Catholics pray before having a meal, are they in violation of scripture, NO. I have been with Jews who pray over the Shabbat meal on a Friday night, they did not do it in a closet. Messianic Jews pray in public even today, they are not violating what Christ said.

    You cannot build a doctrine just based upon one verse!

    You are very welcome!

  8. G

    So what if you read the Bible many times over, Calif Anon? Even Biblical experts can’t agree with the Bible verses actually mean considering the fact the Bible was written long after Christ’s death.

  9. Grey One talks sass

    G – Calif Anon can’t help themselves. They said “You cannot build a doctrine just based upon one verse!” only that’s exactly what their denomination of Christianity has done, over and over again.

    Their stance against anything progressive; women teaching, homosexuality, Pagan civilians, it all comes down to one or maybe two verses. The hypocrisy is breathtaking.

    Calif also used the old chestnuts ‘context’ and ‘a heathen like you’ not bothering to find out if I have a Christian background or not. Their assumption is non Christians haven’t heard their good news. The reality is we’ve heard it and rejected the message for its hypocrisy and cruelty.

    All those inches of commentary Calif Anon and not one verse to dispute anything I’ve said. Maybe I know what I’m talking about. Maybe this isn’t my first rodeo.

  10. Grey One talks sass

    Answer me this Calif Anon – you’ve mentioned before and repeated it here, the idea of context and who the rules really cover.

    As I see it you want it both ways. You are allowed to eat bacon and shrimp, wear mixed fabrics, and can shave because you are exempt from the rules for ‘reasons’ but homosexuality is verboten because of the same list.

    How exactly have you twisted logic to cover this conundrum?

    Not expecting an answer, just putting the question out there.

    Now, I can sleep. Night all.

  11. Dear American Patriot and True Christian,

    The Jews attract the rage of the worthless.

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