Insecure idiots

BTW – it seems it was a family members letter you used. Guess what? The Air Force military instruction you spouted applies to military members – not family members. Not to mention that you would have a hard time proving that someone expressing their personal religious beliefs is at the same time  ‘extending preferential treatment’ to that faith.
And your Supreme Court quote just shows you are fools.  It says “Speech that is protected in the civil population may nonetheless undermine the effectiveness of response to command. If it does, it is constitutionally unprotected”. So it has to specifically be shown to undermine the effectiveness of response to a command. Guess what? Expressing your personal faith, and having others join in, does not violate that restriction.
You people are clueless, hypocritical, and insecure. And that is from an agnostic that is comfortable in my beliefs and has no problem listening to others that have different beliefs.
(name withheld)
23 year Navy veteran

Response from MRFF Founder and President Mikey Weinstein
hi, (name withheld)…hey, l’il sport, what law school did you graduate from again??… many years did you serve as a JAG, jack?…..maybe do a little more research before you start throwing your libelous shit…….by the way, here’s what one of our MRFF USAG Stuttgart clients asked me to send on to you after reading your bullshit…Mikey W.

“I would invite them to stand between two buildings that are no less than 35 meters apart, 4 Stories high, verifiable by google maps. These buildings were built in the late 30’s, early 40’s, verifiable online by history of the post.  It is verifiable that there is no air-conditioning and that none are allowed via the housing office website.  There is no internal ventilation of any sort, verifiable by public housing office videos of the apartment interiors.
As for knowing ranks and people, we live here.  12 families per building, 8 total buildings.  We know almost everyone and which ranks and/or key billet each person holds.  It is also common knowledge within the community which member practices which faith because no one hides it.  We absolutely try to accommodate everyone and the practice of their faith.  This was genuinely inescapable unless you count having to leave your home for others to practice their religion in the public realm”

You people really are insecure in your religion, aren’t you? And I say that literally. You believe in religion – after all, you practice one yourselves.  A religion is where you treat a belief or faith as if it is a fact. You do that with your anti-religion harrassment. Sort of hypocritical of you actually. If you weren’t so insecure in your own beliefs then you wouldn’t be so afraid of others that practiced theirs openly. And I’m definitely on the agnostic side – but you take stupidity and fear of your own beliefs to a new level.
BTW, I have a few doubts about your “MRFF Active Duty Family Member’s E-Mail Address Withheld” letter.
They claim that they are in an ‘inescapable situation’ – which is patently false. All they have to do is go back inside to escape what they don’t want to hear. They also claimed the acoustics were “quite extraordinary” – I call BS. No apartment complex has great acoustics. This individual also claims that “The residents and participants of this sing-along are all upper-level officers of the different branches of the United States Military” – please tell me how this person knows that? How do they know that some of the participants aren’t E1’s? And this individual claims that “There is no way to file an anonymous complaint that does not come back in retaliation.” – again a bunch of BS. Not to mention that if they whine about being ‘anonymous’ then they seriously are cowards. If they actually believed what they are whining about then they would be willing to speak up.
You people are all insecure fools that try to get people you don’t agree with shut up since you are afraid of what they are saying. And the constitution doesn’t say what you idiots think it does.
(name withheld)
23 year Navy veteran
Secure in my own beliefs – I don’t need to put down others to feel good

Response from MRFF Board Member John Compere
On May 12, 2020, at 10:01 AM, John Compere  wrote:
First & foremost, thank you for your military service.
For your information, the US Constitution, American law & US Armed Forces regulations prohibit our secular military, as part of our secular government, from publicly proselytizing a religion on military installations except in military chapels & military chaplain channels. No military member may publicly force his or her religion on military members & families on military installations without their consent, especially in military housing areas where privacy is protected (& military installations like Stuttgart where military housing is not air-conditioned & military families have to open their windows & doors to stay cool!).
That is why the improper, disruptive & presumptuous practice was stopped by the military itself after complaints from many military families, including Christians. No intelligent American adult, especially a military veteran, should be surprised that all military personnel have to observe the law, regulations & common courtesy to others on military installations.
“Forced worship stinks in God’s nostrils.” – Roger Williams (American clergy, religious freedom advocate, founder of Rhode Island colony & the first Baptist Church in America).
Brigadier General John Compere, US Army (Retired)
Disabled American Veteran (Vietnam Era)
Board Member, Military Religious Freedom Foundation (composed of over 80% Christians)

 Response from MRFF Advisory Board Member Mike Farrell
Hi (name withheld),
I loved your last line and the utter hypocrisy you made of it by everything that came before.
Your doubts are noted and discarded along with the other crank complaints we get from know-nothings who are bothered
by the help we provide those who are being discriminated against, or in this matter by those who were suffering the insult
of having the peace of their personal space invaded rudely and loudly by a zealot. You may also note the problem has been
solved by the simple act of having the zealot take his message far enough away from those who don’t want to have it
imposed on them yet near enough for those who want to hear it to still have access.
So it seems everyone is happy but you – that’s the you who claims he doesn’t “need to put down others to feel good” yet
spends time tossing out judgments about insecurity and hypocrisy and fear and anger in a vain attempt to convince
himself of his own superiority. It’s a pathetic show, Mark.
By the way, “all they have to do is go back inside” is easy for those ignorant of the fact that these units are not provided
with air conditioning to proclaim. Ignorant and pathetic.
Mike Farrell
(MRFF Board of Advisors)


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