to the filthy kike Mikey Weinstein

You can deceptively wrap yourself in our flag all you want to kike. It doesn’t hide the fact that you are a nation-wrecking kike, an enemy of America wrongly allowed to live and breathe among us. The honorable German soldiers whose gravestones you were responsible for getting rid of were more human than you or your filthy troglodyte tribe ever can be. The Germans didn’t mass exterminate jews, BUT THEY SHOULD HAVE. You goddamn talking lampshade.

(name withheld)


Response from MRFF Grants Manager Andy Kasehagen

Yep… Merry Christmas to you too and thank you for this fine example of Christian charity/love to celebrate the birth of Christ… how very white “Christian” supremecist of you coward…


Response from MRFF Board Member John Compere

On Dec 25, 2020, at 11:53 AM, John Compere  wrote:

 

To the contemptible coward with neither the courage nor conviction to provide a correct identity –
 
Your acrimonious anti-American & anti-Semitic attack against an American military veteran you do not even know reflects only on yourself & reveals a hate-filled hypocrite incapable of civil or coherent communication. It is apparent from your anonymity that you are ashamed of your brainless bigotry & sordid stupidity – as you certainly should be.
 
No patriotic American should be surprised Americans of different races, religions & regions were offended by the Nazi Swastika gravestones in an American military cemetery & complained to the US Department of Veteran Affairs. The Department’s official list of approved emblems for military cemetery graves does not include & has never included Nazi Swastikas. That is why they are being removed & replaced – as they certainly should be.
 
“Hate ultimately hurts only the hater.” – SOCRATES
 
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 Dec 25, 2020, at 6:54 PM, Mike  wrote:

Hello Anonymous,
No surprise that you choose to hide your cowardly self behind a shroud of secrecy. That’s the way those
too ashamed to voice their opinions openly can be expected to behave.
I’ll go a step further since it’s Christmas Day and you’ve chosen to defile it with your loathsome rant, only
so far as to suggest that whatever tiny shred of you still recognizes decency is, though hidden behind your
overwhelming cowardice, desperately seeking to come out and be recognized as a part of you. It’s the tiny
grain that still believes in the possibility that the hope and love and thoughtfulness and grace that exist in
the core of your being, what some might think of as your soul, can even still, though weathered, dry, cracked
and nearly lifeless, somehow still be nurtured enough to be allowed to become a living part of you, a part that
sees and understands the abuse, self-or-otherwise, that has caused you to embrace hopelessness and hatred.
Even against the odds, it is sure It can calm your fears, soothe your loneliness, heal your wounds and re-ignite
the spark that can give you a life that allows you all you’re denying yourself today.
In the meantime, we’ll continue to work to protect the rights of the women and men in our military to believe
as they choose despite the harm done by you and those who have so twisted your ability to think.
Happy Holidays,
Mike Farrell
(MRFF Board of Advisors)

 

 

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4 Comments

  1. Sage on the Hudson

    “Honorable German soliders,” deemed as such by someone who proves his lack of honor via his praise of them.

    We fortunately have a corpus of laws and societal norms that define the word “honorable,” and according to all the precepts that society holds dear, the letter-writer is anything but. He is, in fact, an apologist for criminals, thieves and murderers whose actual intent is to exalt himself by trying to make a case for his own superority, but failing miserably because he is on the classic fool’s errand.

  2. Chris

    So you all won’t feel bad if the grave sites in France are removed because someone is offended by the US flag on a stone? If we had buried a few Japanese over here, should those stones be removed? Remember the Japanese went around the world destroying other countries. Where do you draw the line?

  3. G

    Well, Chris the USA has gone around the world destroying the countries by financial means, military means, CIA means, corporate pollution means, etc,. before, during, and after World War II, during the Cold War, and nearly 30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall.

  4. ironmoped

    To Name withheld:
    You can deceptively wrap yourself around extreme ideology all you want to MAGA man. It doesn’t hide the fact that you are a nation-wrecking Aryan punk. An enemy of America wrongly allowed to live and breathe among us. The legacy of honorable soldiers buried in the cemetery benefit from the removal of Nazi symbolism, that from which they fought and died to preserve freedom from tyranny and all traces of an abhorrent ideology. Those brave soldiers buried there were responsible for getting rid of the less than human ilk of you and your filthy troglodyte tribe ! The Germans mass exterminated to preserve an extreme ideology, CLEARLY ONE THAT YOU HOLD, you Goddamned Nazi-loving MAGA bitch!
    Two can play this game!!!

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