Jews Attack New Hampshire Vet Hospital

From:  (name withheld)
Subject: Jews Attack New Hampshire Vet Hospital
Date: March 2, 2019 at 12:18:35 PM MST

 

Mr. Micky Weinstein and the MRFF,

I just wanted to remind you all for the record that if it wasn’t for the Grace of Christians in this country jews like you and your MRFF would not even be allowed to live here.

Perhaps it would be good if you remembered that as you continue to attack only the followers of the Son of God.

Why do you all attack a simple Bible being displayed for the comfort of our honored veterans at their hospital in New Hampshire?

Fun fact—did you know that jews like you all have been kicked out of 115 countries in this world for your meddling complaining and your betraying.  (Sorry but that kind of tells the tale about your brood. You bring this on yourselves by your war on Jesus.)

Don’t make the United States become #116 to get rid of your tribe.

Learn your place. Don’t bite the hands or try the patience of Christians who tolerate you.

Mr. Weinstein and the MRFF are ungrateful and need to shut their bagel holes!

Praise The Lord Jesus Christ and His Gospel!
(name  withheld)

Response from MRFF Advisory Board Member John Compere
On Mar 2, 2019, at 2:25 PM, John Compere  wrote:
(name withheld),
 
Your abhorrent anti-Semitic attack on the Military Religious Freedom Foundation Founder & President (a fellow American, American military veteran & dedicated American patriot you do not even know) because he was born of a Jewish mother (like Jesus) & this non-profit constitutional rights organization (composed of over 80% Christians you do not know) reflects only on yourself. It reveals a pathetic pseudo-Christian & hate-filled hypocrite who cannot communicate in any moral or meaningful manner.
 
It is obvious from your repugnant rhetoric you neither realize nor appreciate that Jesus, his disciples & biblical writers were all Jewish, American Christianities are just branches off the ancient tree of Judaism & there would be no Christianities without the Jewish faith, culture & people. This is the reason moral Americans & real Christians reject the insidious intolerance of religious racism like yours.
 
It is also obvious from your malicious message you are not familiar with the Jewish-authored New Testament that provides Jesus was known as “king of the Jews” – not Christians (Matthew 2:2&27:11, Luke 23:#&38), Jesus preached “salvation is from the Jews” – not Christians (John 4:22), & there is no difference between Jews & Gentiles because we all all one (Romans 10:12, 1 Corinthians 12:13, Galatians 3:28). It also provides “Do not judge and you will not be judged. Do not condemn and you will not be condemned.” (Matthew 7:1-2, Luke 6:36-37) & “You…who pass judgment on someone else…are condemning yourself.” (Romans 2:1).
 
If you are capable, please consider the credible counsel of the late American President, military hero & Christian gentleman George H.W. Bush – “Hate corrodes the container it is carried in.”
 
If you are really interested in why it is wrong for fundamentalist Christians to put their religious scripture on non-religious POW/MIA remembrance displays to promote their version of religion, please see the attached.
 
Most Sincerely.
Brigadier General John Compere, US Army (Retired)
Disabled American Veteran (Vietnam Era)
Military Religious Freedom Foundation Advisory Board Member
United Methodist Church certified lay leader & biblical history teacher for many years

Response from MRFF Supporter
On Mar 2, 2019, at 7:09 PM,  (name withheld) wrote:

 

Ms. (name withheld),
  I am not sure whether to respond to your letter to Mr. Weinstein as a former public school and college history teacher, retired military officer, or as a fellow human being. So, I am going to respond as all three. I am fairly certain that you were required to take American history and government in high school and you have and education related email address. Please revisit the concepts of separation of church and state, equality and while you are at it, civility. Jews were expelled from some places in history as a result of irrational prejudice. Your letter is a good example of irrational prejudice.
 As an “honored” veteran who frequents VA Medical Centers, I would not feel comforted, nor would I feel honored when passing a Bible located in a prominent, special place. I would feel excluded. James Madison wrote, “In a Republic, the great danger is that the majority may not sufficiently respect the rights of the minority.” The MRFF is simply protecting the rights of all.
 I don’t understand how you can “praise the lord Jesus Christ and his Gospel” and not see that what you wrote is the exact opposite of what this good man and Jew believed and taught. He was all about love. You know, “Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.” May I suggest that before you send another email or letter that spews hate and insults, you consider the question, “What would Jesus do?”
 You owe Mr. Weinstein and Jews in general a sincere apology. If you truly believe in judgment before God after you die, it would be a very good idea. Food for thought.
Sincerely,
(name withheld)
Member, MRFF

Response from MRFF Advisory Board Member Mike Farrell

On Mar 3, 2019, at 3:53 PM, Mike  wrote:

Dear Ms. (name withheld),

Does Dezhou University know you’re using their email? Does the (name withheld) family, if such exists, know you’re using their name? Do you actually exist?

I ask because we hear from a lot of faux-Christian crackpots, most of whom are aberrant bigots like yourself, but they are rarely so openly Nazi in their messages. That being the case, I think the university and the family, if it exists, would want to know how someone in their midst is representing them. So please feel free to broadcast your message, then remain calm as people in white coats bring the straitjackets. They’re only there to help.

Just calm yourself as they fit you by thinking of “the Grace of Christians.” I know it will give you, as “one of the followers of the Son of God,” comfort. The hypodermic needle may appear menacing, but it’s only to help ease your mind as the scroll of the imaginary 115 glorious fascistic nations you wish existed continues to race hysterically through it.

Fun Fact – Hitler is gone. You no longer have to stand at attention and salute. I know it’s fun for you to hang around with these new pretenders who praise Jesus, carry torches, chant obscenities, burn crosses and threaten war. But it’s really all masturbation. Put on your hood and dance around the fire, Brenda, but don’t, poor demented soul, pretend you’re speaking for Jesus.

Mike Farrell

(MRFF Board of Advisors)


On Mar 4, 2019, at 7:16 AM,  (name withheld) wrote:

 

Hi again
Thank you for a better understanding of your organization
Have a good day
(name withheld)

Response from MRFF Founder and President Mikey Weinstin
From: Michael L Weinstein <[email protected]>
Subject: Re: Jews Attack New Hampshire Vet Hospital
Date: March 4, 2019 at 7:17:56 AM MST
To:  (name withheld)

 

roger that, ma’am…..have good day…..Mikey

Response from a MRFF Supporter
From: (name withheld)
Subject: RE: Jews Attack New Hampshire Vet Hospital
Date: March 6, 2019 at 3:04:27 PM MST
To the unchristianlike composer of the presumptuous email previously addressed to Mikey,
 
First, his name is Mikey. He is not a cartoon mouse, not that you spelled that name correctly either (although, based upon the nature of your ridiculous email, I picture you as the old, grumpy cartoon lady that is on many Hallmark cards and memes floating around the internet…you know, the one that usually has a walker with tennis balls on the legs and always looks like she just stuck a lemon and sardine-flavored moth ball in her mouth). I mean, if you’re going to try to verbally call someone out with hostility in written form, you should at least spell their name right and address them correctly. Otherwise, as the target reader of your belligerent content, one would rightfully be forced to assume that you, as the offending composer, are an idiot. 
 
Second, your assumption that the MRFF would “attack a simple Bible,” is a blatant and undeniable display of ignorance on your part. The truth of the matter is that they’re SIMPLY removing it from where it doesn’t belong in the first place. As a currently active duty Soldier, combat vet of multiple tours in Afhanistan, and non-religious but spiritually wholesome person, I find the display of a book that does not represent the views of those whom it is supposed to represent intolerable and agree with its removal. Your selfish assumption that every Soldier represented with that humble display are Christian is, well, about as sensible as assuming that the world is flat. You’re likely thinking, “well that’s stupid because the world is OBVIOUSLY round.” Well, OBVIOUSLY not all Soldiers are Christian, you silly goose. 
 
Fun fact, without Jews, physics wouldn’t be what it is today (Albert Einstein), the American Special Forces wouldn’t exist (COL Aaron Bank, Ret.), and your vacuous email never would have made it to the eyes of Mikey Weinstein or any of us that are now oenly judging your benightedly self-righteous verbal diarrhea (Leonard Kleinrock, Paul Baran, and Robert Kahn accounted for 3 of the 6 co-founders of the internet). 
 
Don’t make me, as a Soldier, lose my tact by reminding you that my “tribe” is bigger than yours and we have friends in all the right places. You’re not free without my tribe, and that brings me to my next point:
 
Learn your place. Don’t bite the hands or try the patience of Soldiers and veterans who tolerate your intellectual blindness while we selflessly protect your dumb ass. Close your dumb-dam, then dust off your mind-to-mouth filter, and provide it some gainful employment before your mouth writes a check that your butt can’t afford to cash.
 
(name withheld), you have been served.
 
Glory to the veterans and their right to exercise their faithful(less) ways! May karma dish you the just reward for your unkind email. Hooah!
(name withheld)

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3 Comments

  1. Frederick White

    To: MRFF: I have been brought up as a Christian, now 72, a Vietnam Veteran, once again thoroughly involved in my Church. Having had many friends, business associates of the Jewish Faith, I personally cannot accept your situation of why that “BIBLE” has cause for such action as to be removed from a prominent place in a Veteran’s Hospital. I Personally have served as a Chaplain for various veteran organizations for almost 30 years, and have served to all faiths in certain situations. If your organization is so biased, then why do you even explain that JESUS was of the Jewish culture? Which if you really had any religious historical background you should be able to acknowledge that most versions of the Holy Bible are bound by the original Scriptures. If I see any version of the Holy Bible, I take it for what it is, God’s Word.
    Of course, there are some cult versions in the market, but based on what I have seen that Bible is one of the accepted writings. In a nation that is riled and filled with hate, plus all of the unethical tactics of our MASS MEDIA, it surprises me that a supposed religious organization such as yours would cause such aggravation over a version of the Holy Bible.
    If there is a version, that you would prefer to have displayed, I am certain that the Hospital would arrange a second location for your Display. If you are such a fanatic on religious practices, maybe you should read the Holy Bible again, and understand that JESUS was a teacher, a man and the Son of God. I can almost guarantee you, HE would have never requested that Bible to be moved for any reason.

  2. Grey One talks sass

    Frederick White,

    How amazing it is for you to have so much experience in life and yet be so absolutely wrong.

    There is something in this country called The Constitution and it demands no, requires everything religious to keep apart from all things considered The State. The VA, being funded by the government means they are a representative of the state.

    How is it that you don’t know that? Is it willful ignorance or are you one of those Christian Nationalists?

    I’m sure reality is a combination of both plus reasons I know nothing about. Suffice it to say, keep your religion or faith or personal relationship with your deity out of We The People’s business.

  3. Robert Giles

    Always strikes me as ironically hilarious that these MRFF “haters” are the very ones I imagine would kick single mothers and their children off food stamps while at the same time praising a Christian God, who, by his own account, was also a single parent! My favorite biblical story is the one where Joeseph comes home from a hard day’s work of salvaging structural timbers from Noah’s Ark (that’s why we can’t find it), and his virgin wife says, “hey Joeseph, guess what? I’ve got news! ….. I’m pregnant!” Now that’s effin funny!

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