Your whole Life is fake News

From: (name withheld)

Subject: Your whole Life is fake News

Date: May 31, 2018 at 7:45:50 AM MDT

 

Mickey

you fight against Christians @ Fort Cambell who are trying to help the US military to bring peace to the world thru Christ.

everything you do is fake because our US Christians soldiers are peaceful and only want to share the glory of Christ.

when you die in shame your grave will say ‘Here lies Mickey whose whole life was just fake news’.

we will throw a party to celebrate your dead and sending you to your place to burn in hell. It will hurt and you will scream til blood comes out of your mouth eyes and ears.
(Hell is not fake news as you will find out as soon as you die Mickey)

(name withheld)


Response by MRFF Board Member Ambassador Joseph C. Wilson IV
Sent: 
Thursday, May 31, 2018 8:22 AM

Dude,

1) Learn how to spell. Learning how to think is beyond you at the moment so start with spelling. Then try reading. I recommend the Bible. The Sermon on the Mount has its positive moments;
2) After the rapture, may I have your car?
3) Jesus is coming so look busy.
4) Stop hating.

Ambassador Joseph Wilson (USFS, ret.)


Response from MRFF Advisory Board Member John Compere

From: John Compere <[email protected]>
To: (name withheld)
Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2018, 10:11:53 AM CDT
Subject: Fw: Your whole Life is fake News
Mr. (name withheld),
 
The United States Constitution is not fake news. It prohibits our government or its representatives (which includes the military) from endorsing or promoting a religion (i.e., one of the countless versions of Christianity or any of the numerous other religions of the world). It is recommended that you read this original American establishment document and its Bill of Rights (especially the 1st Amendment) or consult a public school government teacher regarding the lawful significance.
 
Your diabolical diatribe reflects only on yourself indicating a shortage of self-esteem, radical religious indoctrination, and primitive tribalism. It has been my experience that any man who resorts to spewing hatred at fellow Americans does so because he cannot communicate with intelligence or integrity. Willful ignorance is difficult to dissuade when infected with apathy, acrimony & arrogance. However, we at the Military Religious Freedom Foundation endeavor to educate & enlighten.
 
Your moronic & malicious message affirms the wisdom of American cowboy philosopher WILL ROGERS –
“There is no argument in the world that carries the hatred that a religious belief one does.”
 
Most Sincerely,
Brigadier General John Compere, US Army (Retired)
Disabled American Veteran (Vietnam)
Military Religious Freedom Foundation Advisory Board Member
Texas rancher
(former member, 101st Airborne Division “Screaming Eagles”, Fort Campbell, Kentucky)

 

 

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