MRFF Advisory Board Member John Compere Congratulates MRFF on 60,000 Client Milestone (Full Text)

KUDOS to MRFF for reaching its milestone of representing 60,000 military men and women who requested their right to religious freedom, to which all Americans are entitled under our Constitution, be protected by MRFF !

CONGRATULATIONS to MRFF for persistently pursuing its patriotic principle of “Fighting for our service members’ rights, so they can fight for ours” !

Unfortunately, there is a wicked and wanton war disrespecting, debasing and disrupting the American Constitution right to religious freedom for men and women serving in our US Armed Forces.

The Constitution prohibits our government or its representatives (which includes the military) from promoting or endorsing a religion. The Supreme Court has continuously confirmed this constitutional prohibition as the law of our land. Military regulations also prohibit the military from promoting or endorsing a religion.

The secular military mission is to defend our nation against its enemies (not promote or endorse a religion). The secular sworn service oath is to bear true faith and allegiance to the Constitution (not to a religion). Our military is secular (neither anti-religion nor pro-religion but religion-neutral by law, regulation and necessity).

Self-righteous military Christians disregard and disrespect the religious freedom right of fellow military members. These presumptuous proselytizers force their uninvited and unwanted religious beliefs on others, especially subordinates, in the military workplace interfering with military mission and duty. Their disruptive distractions adversely affect military morale and efficiency.

60,000 military men and women (96% of whom are Christians) are fortunate the MRFF, a nonprofit constitutional rights organization (80% of whom are Christians), exists to respond to their request for religious freedom representation at no expense to them.

1st President & Commander-in-Chief George Washington even publicly acknowledged the importance of military individual belief freedom – “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 ”.

WASHINGTON and MRFF are to be continuously commended for recognizing and respecting the religious freedom right of our brave men and women serving this great nation.

 

John Compere
MRFF Advisory Board Member; Brigadier General, Judge Advocate General’s Corps, US Army (Retired); former Chief Judge, US Army Court of Military Review; disabled American
veteran (Vietnam); and Texas rancher.

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2 Comments

  1. Beth Zion MMC

    Thank you General Ass Hole for your revisionist history and your anti-Christian bigotry of your slave owner Satan!

  2. Mark Sebree

    Beth,

    Sorry, but retired general Compere is far, far more knowledgeable on the subject than you are. Unlike you, he is not presenting revisionist history. Since he has stated before that he is a lifelong Christian, it is pretty evident that he is not showing any “anti-Christian bigotry”. In fact, stating that Christians do not have the right or privileged to impose their beliefs onto other people in the USA is not “bigotry” at all, but a simple statement of the law according to military regulations, the US Code, and the US Constitution.

    You are the one that is showing the traits that people usually attribute to the mythical “satan”. You lie, you are hateful, you display your bigotry often, you seek to oppress and deny people their human and constitutional rights on a regular basis. You think that you have special privileges just because of your religious beliefs, when in fact you do not have any special privileges, and and you sent it when people point out your hatred and hypocrisy to you.

    You actually exemplify one of the paragraphs he wrote. “Self-righteous military Christians disregard and disrespect the religious freedom right of fellow military members. These presumptuous proselytizers force their uninvited and unwanted religious beliefs on others, especially subordinates, in the military workplace interfering with military mission and duty. Their disruptive distractions adversely affect military morale and efficiency.”

    If you were ever in a leadership position in the government or, more importantly, the military, someone like the MRRF would be needed to protect the rights of your subordinates because you would not respect your oath of enlistment/commissioning, the regulations you swore to follow, or the US Constitution that you swore to uphold and defend. You would be one of the domestic enemies that you swore to protect this country against.

    You should really stop projecting your inadequacies and faults onto other people, and you need to stop lying about them as well. You have not given anyone any reason to trust what you claim since it is obviously contradictory to reality.

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