(((weinstein)))

From: (name withheld)
Subject: (((weinstein)))
Date: April 3, 2019 at 4:56:50 PM MDT

 

I never thought I’d see the day when a AF Academy graduate supported a muslim woman “soldier” against the USA’s own Army.
The I saw your last name (((weinstein))) and all was made clear.
Your just another trouble making jew elevating a non-american islam women over your own country.
Your a disgrace to you alma matter and your country Mickey.
How much money are you charging that arab wench for you to “help” her?
Making money on others misery.
It’s the jew thing to do.

 **FYI: 

Triple parentheses – Wikipedia

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Triple parentheses or triple brackets, also known as an (((echo))), are an antisemitic symbol that has been used to highlight the names of individuals of a Jewish …

Response from MRFF Advisory Board Member John Compere
On Apr 3, 2019, at 10:01 PM, John Compere wrote:

 

Anonymous Coward,
 
Your abhorrent anti-Semitic attack on the Military Religious Freedom Foundation Founder & President (who is an American military veteran) as well as your repugnant racist rant & malevolent misogynist mutter against a female American soldier (who is serving our Country) reveal a brainless bigot who cannot communicate in any moral or meaningful manner.
Judaism, Islam & Christianity are the 3 Abrahamic revealed religions whose origin is found in the Old Testament (Genesis) & all worship the same God of Abraham. It is recommended you acquaint yourself with this biblical scripture.
 
Hate-filled hypocrites like you are the reason loyal Americans reject the insidious intolerance of religious racism & the non-profit MRFF provides pro bono representation to American military men & women of any faith or belief who request their right to religious freedom under our American Constitution be respected & protected. MRFF proudly & patriotically represents over 62,000 such military members & will continue to do so. MRFF has been officially nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize 7 times for this advocacy.
 
“There is no argument in this world that carries the hatred that a religious belief one does.” – MARK TWAIN
 
Brigadier General John Compere, US Army (Retired)
Disabled American Veteran (Vietnam Era)
MRFF Advisory Board Member

Response from MRFF Advisory Board Member Mike Farrell
On Apr 5, 2019, at 12:01 AM, Mike  wrote:


Hi ‘no name,’

Would your friends, if you had any, call you ‘no brain’? ‘Cause that’s the way you come across.

You know what’s amazing? What’s amazing is the fact that we get a lot of ugly mail here, most of it from anti-Semites like you, and they are all equally stupid. I’ve thought for a long time that bigots must be just lonely, frightened people who were badly treated as kids and grew up needing someone to hate but were so afraid of the parent/abuser who treated them so badly that they were terrified of venting their anger at them so found someone else to lash out at. You know, maybe a woman or a person of color or someone who looks different or believes differently or has red hair or is left-handed…. that sort of thing.

But what I’ve come to understand is that it’s not only that they’re cowardly and angry and misguided like you. It’s also that they’re so incredibly, painfully, stupid. Like you.

I have to tell you, it makes me sad to see that there are so many stupid cowards who can’t find their way to the light. I guess, though, if you’ve just been so beaten down when you were a kid that you don’t know there’s an up, it’s probably hard to put together the thoughts necessary to figure it all out.

So I’m sorry, no name. It’s an awfully bleak life you’ve allowed some cruel jerk to scare you into living. If you can call it that.

Mike Farrell

(MRFF Board of Advisors)


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1 Comment

  1. Mark Sebree

    (((Name withheld))),

    Since you seem to think that people’s names should be triple parentheses, I have been kind enough to return the “favor”.

    You are obviously ignorant, intolerant, islamophobic, and anti-Semitic. He is helping an U.S. Army soldier with a religious discrimination problem being perpetrated on her by her superiors, which means that she has no real way to stand up for her rights, which you do not respect.

    Mikey Weinstein is not a “trouble maker”, he is a problem solver. He deals with problems primarily originating from religious discrimination such as you want to instigate against this soldier.

    Mikey is a paragon of his alma mater and his country, unlike you, because he works tirelessly to defend the rights of others who cannot defend themselves against persecution and bigotry. And he does this by willingly making himself a target to defend his clients from the hatred, death threats, potential repercussions of standing up for their rights, and holding the leadership of the various armed services accountable to the laws of the USA and the regulations of the DOD and the various service branches.

    Mikey does not receive any money from those that he defends. The MRFF is a non-profit organization, and does not charge the people they defend. Additionally, Mikey makes far less than he would in private practice, and he would not have to put up with the hatred, lies, attempted bullying, and death threats, nor would he have to have body guards wherever he goes because of the crazies like you he ticks off by defending people agains your bigotry and discrimination.

    The fact is Mikey is alleviating the misery that “good christians” insist on heaping onto everyone else. These “good christians” insist on forcing their beliefs onto everyone, discriminating and persecuting anyone who does not comply with their hateful beliefs, intolerance, lack of compassion, ignorance, and all round distasteful beliefs.

    What Mikey is doing is the compassionate, human thing to do.

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