Murdering Jew Mikey Weinstein

It is written.

The New Testament is the Word of Jesus Christ God Incarnate.

It is written many times in the New Testament that the Jews murdered Jesus Christ. (John 19:15)

Therefore Jews murdered God Incarnate.

Therefore all Jews are guilty of Christ’s murder.

Mikey Weinstein is such a lying murdering Jew. (John 8:44)

Therefore Mikey Weinstein is guilty of murdering Jesus Christ.

Mikey Weinstein is the devil-leader of the MFFR.

Therefore all who associate with ‘Mikey The Murderer of Jesus’ are also guilty of Christ’s murder.

Therefore Mikey and all who work at the MFFR will be sent to the blayzing fire pits of hell when they meet Jesus for judgement after they die.(Matthew 13:50)

Therefore Mikey and his MFFR should thank the Navy Chaplin who wrote that all the Jews killed Jesus and that these Jews should say they are sorry.

Its the least Jews like Jesus-Killer Mikey Weinstein can do for murdering our Lord and Savior.

But whether they say sorry or not all of these Jews like Mikey and his fellow evildoers will still burn forever in hell. (John 3:36)

Therefore Mikey and all Jews and all of Mikey’s friends family and followers are little more than fuel for the flames of hell.

They will all burn forever in agony. It is written.  Hallelujah! (Revelation 21:8)

(name withheld)

 


Response from MRFF Board Member John Compere

Your asinine & acrimonious anti-Semitic, anti-American & anti-Christian racist ranting reflects only on yourself & reveals only your brainless bigotry & moronic malevolence.

For your historical information, the countless Christianities are just branches off the ancient tree of Judaism & there would be no Christianities without the Jewish faith, culture & people.

For your biblical information, God created all human beings equal & it was very good (Genesis 1:27&31), there is no difference between Jew & Gentile for we all are one (Romans 10:12; 1 Corinthians 12:13; Galatians 3:28), & God gives glory, honor & peace for everyone who does good – first for the Jew, then for the Gentile, for God does not show favoritism (Romans 2:10&11).

For your religion information, you are no Christian. Christians do not hate their brothers. “Anyone who claims to be in the light but hates his brother is still in the darkness…he does not know where he is going, because the darkness has blinded him.” (1 John 2:9-11). The 2nd greatest religious commandment is to love one’s neighbors (Mark 12:31; Luke 10:27). Even Renaissance Philosopher MACHIAVELLI wisely warned those who cannot avoid being hostile to their neighbors are ungrateful to God (“Exhortation to Penitence”, 1527). “Men never do evil so completely and cheerfully as when they do it from religious conviction” – Christian Philosopher PASCAL (“Pensees”, 1670).

Brigadier General John Compere, US Army (Retired)
Disabled American Veteran (Vietnam Era)
Board Member, Military Religious Freedom Foundation (composed of 85% Christians)


Response from MRFF Advisory Board Member Col. James Tyson Currie (ret.)

Anyone who has studied the New Testament understands (1) the Romans killed Christ, as they were in charge of the Holy Land at the time Jesus died.  Jewish leaders could not have killed Christ even if they had wanted to do so, because they were not in charge and (2) Christ had to die if the prophecies were to be fulfilled, regardless who actually put him to death. The “Jews-killed-Christ” libel originated in the Middle Ages, originated by ignorant people who were jealous of the Jews and their prosperity, and it is perpetuated today by ignorant people like yourself. I proudly associate myself with Mr. Weinstein and the Military Religious Freedom Foundation. I was brought up as a Southern Protestant and was ordained as an Elder in the Presbyterian Church. For the record, I also served thirty years in the US Army, retiring as a full colonel. You do not indicate that you are a veteran, so I am guessing that you never served in uniform. I therefore ask you to refrain from disparaging those who have served, like Mr. Weinstein. You should read the U.S. Constitution sometime and understand that MRFF is doing its best to uphold the ideals in the Constitution. I was a college professor earlier in my life, and if I were grading your polemic piece, I would give it an “F” for both logic and reasoning.

Col. James Tyson Currie, USA (Retired), Ph.D.
Board of Advisors, MRFF


Response from MRFF Supporter Mike Challman

On May 4, 2021, at 7:24 AM, Mike Challman  wrote:

(name withheld) –

I don’t know which is more appalling; your poor grasp of logical argumentation or your poor grasp of Scripture.  Or maybe it’s your obvious glee at what you wrongly believe to be God’s judgement of other individuals.  In any case, it’s appalling and discouraging to me as a lifelong, devout Christian that you would proclaim this sort of nonsense in the name of the God that we both purport to worship.

There has been much written, by many devout theologians, that would correct your misconception about who is truly responsible for Christ’s death.  But I suspect that you are only interested in clinging to your own interpretation of Scripture. Still, I’ll let you in on the sad truth of who killed our Lord  –  it’s you.  And me.  And the people of Jesus’ time.  And the people who came before and since.  Every sinner whose sins were taken to the cross by our Savior.  We are all the reason that His sacrifice was necessary.

In any case, the mission of the MRFF is not a religious one, it is a constitutional one.  We support the constitutional rights of all members of the US military, Christian or non-Christian, believer or non-believer.  So if you were in the US military, we would even support your constitutional right to believe what you believe.  And we wouldn’t even expect you to say “thank you”.

But you’re welcome.

Peace,
Mike Challman
Christian, Veteran, MRFF Supporter


Response from MRFF Advisory Board Member Mike Farrell

On May 4, 2021, at 4:15 PM, Mike  wrote:

(name withheld),

As you might imagine, we hear from many people. Certainly a great number of these communications are expressions of gratitude for the work we do to protect the right of people in the military to believe as they choose. Of course, because this protection derives from the well-established legal premise known as the separation of church and state and many are confused by or surprisingly ignorant of the importance of said separation, we also periodically hear from people with questions, sometimes complaints, fairly often rather vapid arguments and, sadly, on a periodic basis, rabid condemnations from self-styled “believers-in-the-one-true-faith” who are in fact simply zealots espousing one belief system or another who have convinced themselves that the purity of their conviction and the exalted state of their relationship with their supreme being assures them of the ability to speak not for themselves but for God, Him, Her or Itself.

In so doing, these poor, demented sods inevitably denigrate the very faith or belief system they claim to represent, befoul the atmosphere surrounding the true devotees of same and leave an ugly, distasteful pile of dung in their wake for the less self-involved of their brethren to deal with.

Objects of pity, but not our concern, we just put the ravings of these bumptious clods in the Crank file, at the bottom of which yours now resides.

Mike Farrell
(MRFF Board of Advisors)

 

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7 Comments

  1. Ironmoped

    Brilliant reply you put together in response to the idiot that thinks Jews murdered the Jew he prays to! I always thought it was part of God’s plan for his illegitimate and technically, bastard son to die on the cross for our sins! I mean, Christians will be the first to tell you that Jesus died on the cross for our sins. So…….What’s the big deal? That was part of God’s plan according to Christians. It wouldn’t have mattered who put him on the cross, he was going there anyway to fulfill Gods plan of atonement of sin!
    I suppose the creator of the Universe couldn’t find another way of forgiving us our sins than by giving us his son (by way of another man’s wife) as a sacrifice to himself. I mean, not long before that (in God time) he got pissed off and killed everyone on earth through one hell of a flood (all but 8 people)!
    Talk about moody!

    I enjoyed reading your reply! I’m convinced you can’t talk to these idiots, they’re completely delusional.
    But you can educate others, which you did very well! Thanks!

  2. NORM R. ALLEN JR.

    This is why the stupid idea that every word in the Bible is true is so dangerous. Also, Ironmoped, good response. The Bible says that God brutally killed every sentient being on Earth – puppies, kittens, bunnies, you name it. If the story is true, that makes God by FAR the most evil Being in the history of the world. He makes Stalin look like a Cub Scout.

  3. Jeff

    Always bizarre to see people invoke the names of God and Jesus when they spew the most deranged, bigoted hate at people who were not alive when Jesus is alleged to have lived and died (at the direction and hands of Romans, not Jews ). These ignorant bigots always project their own pathologies on other people.

  4. Dave Kisor

    Mom’s family immigrated to western Connecticut as Hungarian jews. In 1942 she enlisted in the WAAC and became an enlisted surgical nurse, stationed in Missouri where she heard she had killed Jesus. Up until recently, I never knew what those clods had put her through. His name couldn’t have been Jesus, as that language didn’t yet exist. Secondly, how many times has the christian bible been revised and rewritten to accommodate the agenda of particular individuals?

    When it came time for dog tags to be stamped, I became an agnostic as atheist had yet to be accepted. While in recruit training, I spent 2 daze in the base hospital where a Chaplain came around, pulled out my tags without asking, saw agnostic and muttered to himself ‘have to do something about that.’ Good thing I was released before he returned.

    I’ve since become an atheist and a good friend told me I’m far more christian like than many of those who call themselves christian. I was offended at first but now I don’t let it bother me.

  5. Ironmoped

    Amen Norm!

  6. Ironmoped

    They go to the Jesus closet in their heads where they keep all their vitriol, you know, filed right next to Jesus! Have you noticed the hate mail Mikey gets from these assholes usually throws in a few sexual references? They store their homophobia in the Jesus closet too filed away under religious vitriol! I think they feel threatened by their own homosexual tendencies and hide behind their religion to keep themselves in check. And yes, they’re usually old white guys! You know, kind of like their God? “In the beginning, Man created God!” Religion – you can’t start a war without it!

  7. Ironmoped

    Great minds think alike Dave! Christians are atheists too! We just go one God further!

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