MRFF Op-Ed on LA Progressive: “Wreaths Across America Day Postmortem: Pictures Say It All”

Published On: December 27, 2021|Categories: Top News|7 Comments|
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Despite its repeated insistence that it doesn’t place its Christmas wreaths on the graves of Jewish veterans, Wreaths Across America, in its annual blanketing of our national cemeteries with Christmas wreaths, has once again placed its wreaths on countless Jewish and other non-Christian veterans’ graves, thus Christianizing the graves of these non-Christian veterans to the distress of many veterans’ family members.


Two other MRFF volunteers visited Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery in San Antonio, Texas. With over 170,000 graves, only a very small portion of this sprawling cemetery was was photographed. And yet, just in this small portion, there were many Jewish graves and one Muslim grave defiled by Wreaths Across America’s Christmas wreaths. 


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  1. jimbo December 27, 2021 at 9:11 pm

    A blues festival my wife and I have visited several times uses the opportunity to stuff religion up the asses of willing recipients, hundreds sit and absorb the nonsense. But one thing stands out, this audience is old. The only young people were there for to participate in the instruction or the music. Old. Ten years from now all these folks will be gone, and you know what? There are few to replace them. That’s why these christians cheat, that’s why they lie, they are desperate because they know what’s ahead.It’s published that 29% have no religious affiliation now, ten years from now there will be many more. I ‘memorized’ a christian disinformation campaign several years ago, for which I have been persecuted and harassed, I reported it to the FBI, no response. The desperation is manifested in many ways, wreaths on graves is just one. Watch all the christian intrusion next time you watch a sporting event on television, this crap brought to us by the networks. This is sickness to our Constitution, why is it tolerated?

  2. jimbo December 27, 2021 at 9:14 pm

    Pardon, memorialized not ‘memorized. The fanatics didn’t like it.

  3. Chaya December 29, 2021 at 5:43 am

    I am a religious Jew. I have Jewish family members buried in military cemeteries. The notion that I should be offended that wreaths might be laid at their grave sites is ridiculous. I am grateful to my Christian brothers and sisters for including our family in their traditions. This is another example of how religious Jews have far more in common with Christians than we do leftists.

  4. Grey One Talks Sass December 29, 2021 at 8:08 am

    Chaya’s comments all over this site provides us with an amazing example of “If it doesn’t affect me or my close circle of friends and family it doesn’t exist”.

    Well done Chaya. So glad you don’t see the problem (/s).

    You do know that when the fighting is all done the separation of pure and impure begins. Don’t take my word for it, check the historic record for yourself. What time period? How about all of them.

    PS – as I’ve witnessed, leftists want only a few things – clean water to drink, getting paid a livable wage, healthcare separate from the workplace, and the ability to live one’s life within the protection of the Constitution. Yeah, we’re so scary.

    If I’m to view you based on your words it appears to me you side with the theocrats and fascists. Well done you!

  5. GreyOneTalksSassIsReallyMikey January 3, 2022 at 3:42 pm

    @Grey One Talks Sass

    You idiot, nobody drinks tap water. Every purified water bottle you have ever bought is contaminate-free, so what are you even talking about? If you’re drinking tap water, you’re doing something wrong in life.

    Do you want a liveable wage? Go to school, get a degree, and you’ll achieve that… if you don’t pick some dumb-shit major like fine arts or wreath politics, etc…
    You actually have to work for the things you want in this country, can you imagine?

    Your life is sooooooo hard compared to 3rd world countries. Sorry someone laid a *Christmas* Wreath on your relatives’ grave.
    There are literally people starving to death in other countries and you’re complaining about wreaths. Get some freaking perspective. It’s entertaining to see you continue to post as if you were making good points when you just look more pathetic each time. Keep up the idiocy, you’re doing just fine.

  6. Grey One Talks Sass January 4, 2022 at 7:27 am

    To the commentator above who insists I’m Mikey.

    I’m no one, doing nothing; certainly not Mikey. But you keep doing you, boo

  7. ThomasInGA January 24, 2022 at 6:26 am

    If I wanted to do honor to a gravesite, I would learn what “honoring it” means to the person who is buried there. Placing a Christmas wreath at the grave of a fallen Christian is an extremely thoughtful and nice gesture.

    Jews, however, do not place flowers or other plants on the graves of their dead. (Ask any rabbi as to why.)

    If honoring the fallen Jew is the genuine intent, the simple solution is to carry and place a small, ordinary, unadorned stone at the site. It costs nothing compared to a wreath, and will let others know the grave has been visited. Otherwise, I think it’s far better to leave graves of non-Christians alone — with no wreaths.

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