Nazi memorial

You are low life pieces of shit trying to make money off the VA. He has followed orders just like every other soldier fighting for his country. I am an army veteran and I find what you are trying to do disrespectful. I will be flying to pay my respects to the fallen German soldier who was a pow & I promise you I will be blasting your organization with other like minded soldiers who fought in wars through social media. We do not hate our enemies we try to understand them and carry out orders given to us. You are no better than the african Americans trying to take down General Lee and other confederate statues.

(name withheld)

Response from MRFF Board Member John Compere

On May 25, 2020, at 3:20 PM, John Compere  wrote:


Your military service is appreciated, but your half-witted, hateful & hypocritical hype is not.
Swastikas are symbols of horrible hatred & hideous holocaust of 6 million Jewish children, women & men by the psychopath Hitler & his Nazi Henchmen. Swastikas also serve as rallying signs for neo-Nazis whose stated goal is to kill all American Jews. National data shows hate crimes against Jewish people & property have increased. Germany even bans the public display of Swastikas & makes it a crime.
Swastikas & Aryan accolades have no place in American military cemeteries with Americans who fought in World War II (over 400,000 sacrificed their lives) to defeat the evil Third Reich whose leader was the Fuhrer, symbol the Swastika & criminal ideology the extermination of all human beings born of Jewish mothers (like Jesus).
No intelligent adult should be surprised many Americans of all races, religions & regions find the grave headstones offensive. They can be easily & economically replaced with appropriate identification of the deceased.
Brigadier General John Compere, US Army (Retired)
Disabled American Veteran (Vietnam Era)
Board Member, Military Religious Freedom Foundation (over 80% Christians)

Response from MRFF Advisory Board Member Mike Farrell

On May 25, 2020, at 5:28 PM, Mike  wrote:

(name withheld),
Your tongue got way out in front of your brain here. You might want to think before you betray your stupidity so grossly.
That’s number one.
Two, nobody is making money out of such a thing. Don’t be an idiot.
Three, no one here is disrespecting a fallen soldier. Our concern is not about the man in the grave, it’s about the insignia
and messages etched into the gravestones. The fallen soldier may well have fought bravely for his beliefs, that’s his
privilege, but his beliefs, as evidenced by the symbols of hatred on his gravestone, are an abomination represented in
history by the Holocaust, one of the most vile human tragedies in living memory.
So be clear about what you’re condemning here. And be wiser about shooting your mouth off.
You’re perfectly welcome to fly in and pay respects to those German soldiers. That’s an understandable thing to do and
under certain circumstances one that can be respected. But to do so as a protest against our demand that the swastika
and words of devotion to Hitler be removed from headstones in a government-owned and -operated facility is a clownish
act of the lowest order.
Four, in your final note about the American citizens involved in the effort to remove statues honoring racist traitors who
led a war against the USA in order to maintain the right to own slaves for their own financial benefit, you’ve crossed the
line. You’re evidently not simply an idiot. You’re either an utter ignoramus or a racist low-life who defends swastikas while
demeaning fellow Americans of color.
That makes me sick.
Mike Farrell
(MRFF B0ard of Advisors)

Lol so your telling me the German flag didn’t have the symbol when they fought in ww2? Lol yeah? Want to act big lets go meet up somewhere or you gonna be a pussy American and be a keyboard warrior.
(name withheld)

Response from MRFF Advisory Board Member Mike Farrell

On May 25, 2020, at 6:32 PM, Mike  wrote:

Oh, you pathetic creep. Don’t solidify your status. You’ve made enough of a fool of yourself.
Of course the German flag had that symbol on it. THEN. It no long has a place on anything having to do with the
German Government. And if, Mario, you were to go to Germany and take those remains and that headstone with
you, the symbols WOULD NOT BE  ALLOWED there because they have disavowed everything to do with Hitler
and his reign.
Mike Farrell
(MRFF Board of Advisors)



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