Dropped on your heads as infants or worse?

Yo Mr. Michael Whine-Stain.

We’re just wondering why y’all have aligned you and y’alls “Military Freedom From The Christian Religion Foundation” with the Anit-Christ instead of Jesus Christ?

Y’all stick y’alls long noses (Oy Vay!) into everybody else’s business to attack our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ in the military.

And now you jews attack American Christian soldiers for just wearing a Christmas hat? A. Christmas. Hat?

My Church is in a Christ-loving military town of patriots. And we’re all just kinda wondering why?

Is it just a jewish thing Mikey or were y’all dropped on your yiddish heads as kids?

Maybe both?

Or maybe y’all are just doing the work of the Father of jews Satan the Prince of murderers and liars.

Yeah. Guess it’s a jewish thing after all. Y’all call your daddy Satan good and our Savior Christ evil.


Response from MRFF Advisory Board Member Mike Farrell

Yo Bigot,

We’re just wondering why y’all have aligned yourself and y’all’s church-folk with the twisted sickness of hatred of others and stupidity that anti-Semitism is when you pretend to represent the loving teachings of Jesus? You remember Jesus? He was the Jew who taught his followers to rise above the sickness of idolatry and the pretense of superiority and learn to love one another.

One of the things that really pissed ole Jesus off, if you’re capable of thinking about it, was the fake leaders who twisted the teachings from on high and lured those who listened to them into sinful practices such as those you have demonstrated in the sad, twisted, ignorant pile of  garbage you’re sent our way.

You are the very representative of all that Isaiah warns against, you ignorant troglodyte, and any church-folk who listen to you, should there be any so demented, are well on the road to perdition thanks to the stain with which your soiled soul has scarred them.

You are an object of our contempt and we pity those with whom you come in contact.

Mike Farrell
(MRFF Board of Advisors)


Response from MRFF Board Member John Compere

On Dec 7, 2020, at 10:25 AM, John Compere wrote:

Your anonymous & acrimonious anti-Semitic, anti-Christian & anti-American attack against a fellow American because he was born of a Jewish mother (like Jesus, his disciples & biblical authors) reflects only on yourself & reveals repugnant religious racism from a coward with neither the courage nor conviction to provide correct identification.

Patriotic Americans respect we all “are created equal” (Declaration of Independence). Real Christians do not hate their neighbors (1 John 2:9-11; Matthew 22:39; Mark 12:31; Luke 10:27). Your malicious & moronic message indicates neither American patriotism nor Christian faith.

Our military men & women desire & deserve the right to determine, enjoy & practice their own religious or non-religious beliefs guaranteed by the US Constitution, American law & US Armed Forces regulations which is “military religious freedom”. When someone who does not respect that right attempts to impose uninvited & unwanted religious beliefs on other military members in the secular military work environment distracting from the secular military mission & secular military duties, military members complain & it is stopped by the military itself – as it should be.

Brigadier General John Compere, US Army (Retired)
Disabled American Veteran (Vietnam Era)
Board Member, Military Religious Freedom Foundation (over 80% Christians)


Response from Rabbi (Chaplain, Colonel, USAF (Ret)) Joel R. Schwartzman

To Citizen Aynon  (whatever your true name might be!)

Were I not responding as a retired clergyperson, I might be tempted to use imagery and language that would express the fullness of my disgust for what you wrote.  However, I would sooner ask, Sir, have you no decency?  Your attack was as antisemitic an expression as any I have seen.  You couldn’t even spell check what you wrote and your missive, such as it was, sounded like something someone who lacked any sort of education would write.  It frankly sounded like the work of an angry teenager, a very young, confused teenager at that.  It lacked any semblance of maturity and wisdom.  It was just a fractious, boring rant.

It wasn’t that you misspelled several important words in what you intended to say. It’s that you misrepresented Christianity’s whole thrust and purpose.  Were I you, I would have been ashamed to have forwarded a message that so profoundly represented little more that abject ignorance.

One would wonder what the purpose of a dialogue with you would serve, so filled was what you scribed with hate?  I would only hope that you might re-read and study your own Scriptures before attacking anyone based upon the narrow, ugly and contemptible theology you cited.  Were Jesus to return and read your screed, I sincerely believe he would begin to weep.  He would cry over just how badly you are misconstruing his words and life.  He would surely admonish you for the misuses you have put to his thoughts, words and deeds.

If that ugly spirit which motivated you also to misunderstand Satan’s role speaks to you again, please do us all a favor and employ your internal governor.  No one here did anything more than first cringe and then laugh out loud at what you sent.  Save yourself the effort.  Your energy and time have purely been wasted, as have the brain cells you used to produce what can only be labeled offal.


Rabbi (Chaplain, Colonel, USAF (Ret)) Joel R. Schwartzman


Response from MRFF Supporter Commander Steven Dundas, Chaplain Corps, US Navy, (soon to be retired)

Dear Aynon whoever the Hell You May Be,

I am speaking as a Christian, and career Army and Navy officer of which 28 of 39 years of service have been as a Chaplain in the Army and Navy. I am also a real historian and Associate Professor from the Joint Forces Staff College and National Defense University. I have a specialty in the Weimar and Nazi era, the Holocaust and the subsequent War Crimes Trials.

From all you said I can only suppose that you are little different than the Germans and other Europeans who aided and abetted the Holocaust. Your use of a misspelled version of the Holy City of God, Zion, sacred to Jews, Christians, and yes even Muslims, demonstrates that you are not only hate filled, but ignorant of the Christian faith, our kinship with the Jewish people and also modern history.

Mr Weinstein is not an enemy of the Christian faith. He is an opponent of religious theocracy and authoritarian governments that co-opt religions to support race hatred and genocide. Most, over 95% of his clients, including me are Christians who do not deny our faith, but who are not afraid to call out those who do. Hate filled people like you. Please do not claim to not be “hate filled” because your words show that you are. The Jewish and Christian traditions and scriptures discuss how ones words reflect what they believe in their hearts and predict their actions. The great ancient Chinese philosopher and military theorist Lao Tzu wrote:

“Watch your thoughts, they become your words; watch your words, they become your actions; watch your actions, they become your habits; watch your habits, they become your character; watch your character, it becomes your destiny.”

The Jewish Holocaust survivor and historian Yehuda Bauer wrote: “Thou shall not be a perpetrator, thou shall not be a victim, and thou shall never, but never be a bystander.” Somehow I don’t believe you will ever be a victim except to your malignant narcissism and paranoia. But I do think that you could easily move from bystander to perpetrator quite easily, based simply on your words. If you don’t mean them you are a liar and poser, and no truth is in you.

Historian Timothy Snyder, much studied in the Holocaust and the means of the Nazis and Stalin’s Soviet Union to commit genocide and mass murder wrote: “The European history of the twentieth century shows us that societies can break, democracies can fall, and ordinary men can find themselves standing over death pits with guns in their hands. It would serve us well today to understand why.” Sadly, I don’t think that you are humble enough in the site of God to understand why. Instead I could see you standing over the death pits, like some of the Officers of the SS Einsatzgruppen killing units who were theologians and pastors before they renounced their faith, joined the SS and aided in the genocide of the Jews in Eastern Europe.

You may somehow think that Christians own the franchise to the United States, but you are wrong. Both Jefferson who wrote the Virginia Declaration on Religious Liberty, and Madison who skillfully crafted the First Amendment to include both the Non-Establishment and Free Exercise clauses were aided by the great Virginia Baptist John Leland who wrote:

“The notion of a Christian commonwealth should be exploded forever. … Government should protect every man in thinking and speaking freely, and see that one does not abuse another. The liberty I contend for is more than toleration. The very idea of toleration is despicable; it supposes that some have a pre-eminence above the rest to grant indulgence, whereas all should be equally free, Jews, Turks, Pagans and Christians.”

Mind you at the time Virginia Baptists, an unpopular minority in America, were being attacked and persecuted by Anglicans who wanted to make Anglicanism the State Church of Virginia. Think of that before you issue such screeds again. They are neither Christian nor American.

Personally I believe you no better than the Nazis. That is my opinion as a Christian, American, and military officer of almost 40 years service in the Army and Navy.

So don’t mess with Mikey. If you were being persecuted for your religious beliefs as a member of the military he would defend you even if he disagreed with your beliefs. Mikey Weinstein a man with a real faith who has served his country as did his father, is a better “Christian” and American than you.

With that being said I do hope that somehow the grace, mercy and love of God penetrate your heart of stone and turn it into one of flesh. I believe that no one is beyond the reach of the grace and mercy of God, that includes you.

Please know that my concern is for your eternal soul as well as your pilgrimage on this earth. If you actually have a congregation please don’t lead them down the path to genocide and hell. If you do, their blood and immortal souls will be on your hands.


Commander Steven Dundas, Chaplain Corps, US Navy, (soon to be retired)

PS. Unlike you I use my real name, and think that people who don’t are bullies who are in their hearts cowards. But then if I said what you did I wouldn’t be in a hurry to say who and what I really am using your actual name. American Nazis are not courageous, but hide behind guns and pseudonyms.


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1 Comment

  1. ironmoped

    Response to the Christian Nazi,

    Notice how these Christians go to the Jesus closet in their heads where they store their anti-Semitic vitriol. You know, right alongside their thoughts of Jesus, filed away under “Jews!”

    Kills me how these wankers hate Jews but pray to one!

    I assume the writer knows that Christ too had a Yiddish head! So when you say you’re from a Christ-loving military town, aren’t you also saying you’re from a Jewish-loving military town? Being that your “savior” was also Jewish?

    Is it just a Christian thing that y’all Jesus lovers worship a Jew but hate Jews or were you dropped on your heads as kids and unable to differentiate?

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