"When one proudly dons a U.S. Military uniform, there is only one religious symbol: the American flag. There is only one religious scripture: the American Constitution. Finally, there is only one religious faith: American patriotism."
MRFF Founder and President, Michael L. "Mikey" Weinstein
Mr. Weinstein I read the article by that general france attacking the Air Academy Cadets for not giving into the liberal elite’s demand for them to surrender to COVID vax to graduate.
Don’t have that general’s e-mail address but I have yours so you all will get my righteous wrath.
How stupid is the MRFF and general france anyway? Sure the troops get lots of other shots but they (unlike the COVID shots) are not made from the fetal tissue of murdered babies thru abortion. All COVID vax is majorly made from the bodies of those innocent aborted kids. That’s something called a FACT Mr. Weinstein!
So let me ask you this Mr. Weinstein. Your a jew right? Allegedly the Nazis might have used the skin of some jews who died in the German work and detention camps in the World War 2 to make lampshades. (Won’t get into the whole ‘6 million dead jews’ as much of that has already been found to be highly exaggerated jewish propaganda anyway.)
So if your military commander ordered you Mr. Weinstein to have a jew-skin lampshade on your desk at work would you do it?
I highly doubt it!
So for all you hypocrite MRFF people out there. Try to see why those brave Air Academy Cadets are following the call of their and our Lord to refuse to put the abortion fetal tissue into their bodies. Which are sanctified sacred and purified by the Light and Blood of Christ the only Savior in the World.
If a jew like you would not obey a military order to use a jew-skin lampshade at your military workplace why should these Cadets who worship Christ have to do the very same thing at theirs by taking the COVID shots?
I hope you all burn in hell for your evil works against these Air Cadets and Christ Jesus! And you should be the first to burn Mr. Weinstein.
Response from MRFF Advisory Board Member Marty France
Dearest (name withheld),
The only characteristics that challenge your ignorance are your grammar skills and understanding of military law. First, the CoVID vaccines are not “made from fetal tissue.” It’s not a FACT, Mr Dandy.https://www.nebraskamed.com/COVID/you-asked-we-answered-do-the-covid-19-vaccines-contain-aborted-fetal-cells (I found this link is under five seconds on Google–and there are many similar. If you find a reputable scientific article that claims otherwise, please let me know.You are truly an ignorant person who cares nothing for science or the truth. I’m sure, though, that that keeps you blissfully warm under your rock or in your cave.Do you understand what a lawful order is? Of course you don’t. So your revolting lampshade metaphor is as applicable as you are cogent.They’re bodies are sanctified by “the Lord,” so they can’t get the CoVID vaccine, but they can get other vaccines? And medical treatments? (Many of which were developed using the same techniques and technologies as the CoVID vaccines? Yeah, that’s cafeteria Christianity for you–claim that the steak is awesome, but the hamburger is the Devil’s work.Burn in Hell? I’m looking forward to it! If it means that I’m a universe away from morons like you, Hell can’t be all that bad!Thanks for your interest in National Defense! (That’s military talk for “Bless Your Heart”)Sincerely,Marty France Brigadier General, USAF (Retired) MRFF Advisory Board Member
Response from MRFF Board Member John Compere
Your anonymous anti-Semitic, anti-American & anti-Christian religious racist ranting reflects only on yourself & reveals the contemptible cowardice of one who posses neither the courage nor conviction to provide a correct identity. Your insolence regarding coronavirus vaccinations is only exceeded by your ignorance regarding them.All military members are required by lawful order to be vaccinated against COVID-19 (along with other immunizations) to insure military readiness & protect the military community from infectious disease. This mandatory requirement originated when General George Washington ordered the Continental Army to be vaccinated against smallpox in 1777. Wilful disobedience of a lawful order is a punishable military offense under Article 92 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Those found guilty of violating lawful orders should be punished appropriately.
“You can safely assume you’ve created God in your own image when it turns out God hates the same people you do.” – Anne Lamott (American author & writer). 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 Supporter
Dear not so Dandy (name withheld), First let me say that you are a cowardly and gutless person who hates the Jews. That is the only explanation that I can think of as a career military Chaplain Holocaust scholar and medical and military ethicist who knows far more about what you are talking about than you. And I am also a Christian who is despite being retired still committed to my Oath to the Constitution that I have lived by for nearly 40 years. These cadets are not being persecuted and the vaccine is not made from aborted fetalstem cells. That is a completely unfounded conspiracy theory, and people like you are willing to use Holocaust tropes to attack Mr. Weinstein. You who,claim the name of a Jesus are nothing but a hate filled religionist, your words show nothing of the character of Christ. Nor do they reflect the character of an American who understands the constitutional duties of officers who take the oath of office. The existence of men like General France, Mr. Weinstein and me, while grotesque and incomprehensible to you, saves lives from unprincipled men and women who cannot obey lawful orders simply because they think that rules don’t apply to them. They cannot be trusted with the lives of personnel they would command or to be entrusted with the defense of this country. We use words like honor, commitment, courage, code, and loyalty. We use them as the backbone of a life defending something worth defending, the Constitution and the people of this nation, regardless of their religious beliefs. You use them as a punchline to back up your shameful cowardice. Since your email address is obviously fake and you made no attempt to reveal your true self, I am going to leave it here. Antisemitic Christian Nationalists like you want to turn this country into a theocratic dictatorship where your variety of Christians, a small minority of the population exercises its power over the majority. By the way, the same Supreme Court that is about to end legal abortion in many states has sided with the Defense Department on the military’s policy to administratively or punitively discharge or use judicial or non-judicial punishment against those who refuse the vaccine. They refused to recognize your arguments against the vaccine. That is settled law, something that you cannot understand. These Cadets have a choice, obey orders, or not be commissioned and pay back the half million dollars of taxpayer money that funded their education. Sincerely and with no respect whatsoever, (name withheld)
Response from MRFF Advisory Board Member Mike Farrell
Because this is a fake address and the message was written by a coward, there’s no good reason to spend a lot of time composing a reply. The only real reason to respond is that it allows us to post this demonstration of ignorance and cowardice in order to make clear the intellectual capacity of ignorant bigots who pretend to be Christians. Mike Farrell (MRFF Board of Aidvisors)
Response from MRFF Advisory Board Member Mike Farrell
Hey (name withheld), You are a dandy. Must be, you’re certainly not a Christian, given the hatred and ignorance you absurdly call “righteous wrath” that spills out of your twisted brain. It’s OK, though, we get a lot of nonsensical crap from faux-Christians like you, so we’re comfortable putting these messages in the circular file where they belong. We think it’s great to live in a secular society dedicated to separating the church from the state. See, that way we can simply smile at your arrogant attempt to justify your rant by asserting a fake religious and anti-scientific justification for your nonsensical assertion about Covid-19 vaccinations,
Most of us associated with the MRFF are veterans and we understand following orders and living up to codes of conduct. And we’re proud to have General France as one of our number. I’m sure he’ll be tickled to know of your “righteous wrath.” Interestingly, most of the people associated with us are actually Christians, as well. But they would be genuine Christians, not the anti-Semitic blowhard types like you, who pretend to follow Jesus and don’t realizes how deeply you insult him with your pretense at self-importance. So we’re fine, thanks. And the Air Academy Cadets will either live up to their commitment or they won’t. I trust they’ll do the right thing. But you, Mr. (name withheld), are condemned to the awful fate of having to live with yourself. We offer you no respect but a significant amount of pity, Mike Farrell (MRFF Board of Advisors)
Response from MRFF Advisory Board Member James Currie
Dear Mr. (name withheld),
On behalf of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF) I am responding to your recent email, not that such a flying-in-formation collection of hatred and lies deserves any kind of proper response. In reality, your email is one of the worst I have ever seen, revealing its author to be someone whose oozing ignorance taints the very soil on which he walks. But, enough about your minuscule mental and moral qualifications. I will herein address your ignorant and salacious lies, so that others may see just how little you know about anything.
It is obvious that you have never served in the military, because all of us who actually did put on the uniform of our country remember so well the myriad of shots and vaccinations we were given when we first joined the service of our choice. We also recall the booster shots that came our way years later. We had no choice in the matter. It was simply part of being in a military service, and these shots and vaccinations were not just given us because someone thought it would be a good way to make our arms sore. They were given us so that we would be fit to deploy and live up to the oath we took to “support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic.” If you are lying in a hospital bed with a raging fever caused by some virus or bacterium, you are in no condition to support or defend our Constitution or the great country it guides. I doubt that you would understand such a concept.
Here’s the truth about the Covid vaccine and other issues you bring up.
First of all, no Covid vaccine is “made from the fetal tissue of murdered babies.” According to every source I have found—and you could do the same research, but it is probably too much trouble for you—there is no Covid vaccine that contains aborted fetal cells. Where you and other anti-Covid vaccine fanatics—including that handful of USAFA cadets—have been led astray is that hundreds of cell generations ago, fetal tissue was used to start cell lines that are the basis for testing many different drugs, including vaccines against rubella, chickenpox, hepatitis A, and shingles. These cell lines have also been used to make drugs against hemophilia, rheumatoid arthritis, and cystic fibrosis, and they have also been used in research on the pain reliever acetaminophen. So, if you are being consistent, you should not take any of these vaccines, nor should you ever pop a Tylenol.
I have no idea where you generated your absurd objection to Covid vaccines, and I have no way of knowing whether you espouse any particular religious objection to the vaccines, but for the record, you should know that the Vatican’s Pontifical Academy for life—that’s the Roman Catholic Church’s highest authority on such matters—declared in 2005 and again in 2017 that in the absence of alternatives, Catholics could receive vaccines made using historical fetal cell lines. That declaration means that the Covid vaccines are suitable for practicing Catholics. So, even if the objection of the Air Force Academy cadets were based on their own misinterpretation of the facts, they can’t even claim support from the religion that is arguably the most opposed to abortion.
You also assert that “All COVID vax is majorly made from the bodies of those innocent aborted kids. That’s something called a FACT Mr. Weinstein!” I won’t even try to address this crazy statement, as it demonstrates that you do not know a fact from a fossil. Your statement is simply and utterly untrue.
I am a historian, Mr. Jimm Dandy (Ph.D., University of Virginia), and your statement about the Holocaust simply cannot go unchallenged. It is apparent that you don’t know anything about the heinous nature of Nazi atrocities toward Jews and others before and during World War II, nor about the number of innocent lives the Nazis took. I would suggest a book for you to read, as I have done for other correspondents who have written to MRFF, but I am so certain that you do not read anything except online screeds, that I will not bother with a book suggestion. The evidence for the Holocaust is indisputable, whether you want printed materials, still photos, or motion pictures. What the Nazis did to Jews and others was simply unfathomable, and the often-cited number of six million murdered victims is undoubtedly an undercount.
So, that’s my response, Mr. Jimm Dandy. I am almost certain, of course, that this email will not reach you, as almost none of the idiot-cowards who send their garbage letters to MRFF ever provide their real email. But, I write anyway, just to put on the record what those of us who have served in the military and who support it with our fullest measure of devotion feel about such as you and your hatred and ignorance.
Col. James T. Currie, USA (Ret.)
Board of Advisors, Military Religious Freedom Foundation