From MRFF Advisory Board Member Mike Farrell and Detractor: “HOW DARE YOU!”

Subject: HOW DARE YOU!
Date: July 22, 2018 at 7:41:59 PM MDT

 

Mr. Mickey Weinstein of the MRFF,

I am an AF veteran who was stationed at F.E. Warren AFB years ago. And yes I am a born again Christian filled with the Spirit of the Son of God.

How dare you and your commie MRFF organization of atheists try to take the Bible of Jesus Christ’s Gospel away from our Air Force personnel at that base. And especially on the Pow Mia table. HOW DARE YOU!

If your people there don’t want to read and study the Gospel that is their choice. Just as it will be the wrong choice. For they will all be sent to hell when they breathe their last. Just like you will be. Just like your whole crew of satan lovers will be.

I can’t wait to hear your screams as you all burn without end. Jesus made hell especially just for evil villains like you and your MRFF.

In all of my 25 years in the AF I never found a single jew who could ever be trusted and here you go and prove it all over again. It was the jews who betray and murdered our Savior.

And just look now it is another jew who takes our Bible away from our honored airmen. HOW DARE YOU!

I pray you die in agony in front of your children and grandchildren.

I pray to hear your screaming howls from the pits of hell.

(name withheld)

Response from MRFF Advisory Board Member Mike Farrell

On Jul 22, 2018, at 8:24 PM, Mike wrote:

Hi Ex-AF Vet,How dare we? It’s actually easy. You see, it’s the right thing to do. If you thought for a minute about the people who are being honored by the “POW MIA table” you might even – hard as it may be for you – realize that those people are not all “born again Christian(s) filled with the Spirit of the Son of God”, as you describe yourself. So
though again it may be hard for you to comprehend the fact that others don’t share your belief system, it’s true.It appears you even think that those of us who do not believe as you do will be “sent to hell when they breathe their last.” Well, again, narrow-minded as I find that viewpoint, it’s yours and you’re welcome to it. No one here at the MRFF would deny that to you. But as people who believe in the right of servicewomen and men to decide for themselves what faith, if any, to subscribe to, we insist that you and your co-religionists have no right to insist your belief system on others. You see, it’s clear you feel strongly about your particular faith. That’s fine. We have no quarrel with that. But asAmericans – not all “commies” or “atheists,” as you’d have it, though atheism qualifies as a belief system and anyone who chooses it has the right to do so – we believe in protecting every person’s right to believe as she or he chooses.

So yes, Ex-AF Vet, we dare to say neither the Christian Bible nor any other religious tract or artifact belongs on the “POW MIA table.” There was no Bible on the original table and the person who decided to add one after the fact was crossing the line. The separation of church and state, the law and military regulations do not allow the promotion or propagation, either overtly or by inference, of any one belief system over the others. Even yours.

Mike Farrell

(MRFF Board of Advisors)

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