MRFF Demands Removal of Christian Bible from Naval Air Facility Atsugi POW/MIA Display

Published On: June 12, 2021|Categories: Featured News|7 Comments|
POW/MIA table with Bible at Naval Air Facility Atsugi

MRFF has received multiple complaints about the unconstitutional presence of a Christian Bible on the POW/MIA table display at U.S. Naval Air Facility in Atsugi, Japan, and has sent a demand to the facility’s commanding officer, Capt. John M. Montagnet, demanding that this symbol of Christian supremacy be swiftly removed.

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  1. David oden June 14, 2021 at 11:49 am

    If it was anything other than the Bible nothing would be said at all. Would they complain if it was the Koran I think not leave it alone.

  2. Grey One Talks Sass June 14, 2021 at 3:46 pm

    David oden, your persecution complex is showing. You might want to look to that…

  3. Mark Powers June 15, 2021 at 11:34 am

    Leave it be!

  4. Grey One Talks Sass June 15, 2021 at 11:59 am

    Mark – no.

    Apparently there are humans who believe as long as a transgression aligns with their personal belief rules or regulations no longer matter.

    As I’ve learned from experience compromising the means to achieve ones desired end result never works out as expected; think unintended consequences.

  5. Eric Sypert June 15, 2021 at 1:34 pm

    The United States was founded on Christian principles, leave it alone!

  6. Grey One Talks Sass June 15, 2021 at 3:46 pm

    Eric said “ The United States was founded on Christian principles,”.

    So, what specific Christian principles would those be Eric? You made the statement. Please provide the details.

    Narrators voice: there are no specifically Christian values embedded in the Constitution of the USA.

    I’ve done a fair bit of reading about the beginnings of our country. As I remember my historical documents the Founding Fathers based our government on multiple sources including First Nations, Classical Greek government, and a few lessons gleaned from the religious wars from across the pond.

    Eric is wrong but it’s not totally his fault. Part of the Dominionist Seven Mountains plan is to rewrite history, changing what was secular to theocratic.

    This has nothing to do with religion but power and who holds and controls it.

    True faith needs no priest class, just saying…

  7. Tom O June 24, 2021 at 7:38 pm

    While we’re waiting for Eric to tell us which Christian principles the US was supposedly founded on, here’s a comparison between “Christian principles” and the principles on which the US constitution was actually based, which were an attempt to prevent the repression prevalent in European monarchies.

    All power comes from above: God > king, king > subjects, and it’s unlimited
    Some people are inherently superior to others
    Everyone has to follow the religion the authorities impose on them
    Truth is what the authorities say it is, and no one is allowed to question that
    The people exist to serve their “superiors”
    Government derives its power from the consent of the governed
    Everyone has equal rights: no one is inherently “better” than anyone else
    Anyone can believe in whatever religion (or none) they choose, and government can’t favor any religion over another
    Truth is best found by free debate, where anyone can question any belief
    Government exists to serve the people

    Which of those two sets of “principles” is more similar to those of Christianity, or organized religion in general?

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