MRFF Volunteer Photographers Capture This Year’s Vile Desecration of Non-Christian Veterans’ Graves by “Wreaths Across America”
“I received 52 extremely emotional communications from outraged family members from Dec. 16 through Dec. 18 regarding Wreaths Across America’s (WAA) malicious carpet bombing of veterans gravesites all over the USA with their shameless, sectarian Christmas wreaths. It is just so unbearably heartbreaking to speak with them about this travesty.” — MRFF Founder and President Mikey Weinstein
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Out of curiosity I visited the Beaufort (SC) National Cemetery to see if the Wreaths around America people did the same here. Sure enough, the did. I took some photos of stones with the Star of David, a crescent, and a few others the meaning of which escaped me–but definitely an indication of the soldier identifying as Christian. I’m happy to email them if you wish.
All wreaths purchased are from sponsoring organizations and private donations. NOT EVERY GRAVE gets a Wreath, And the Keynote Speaker makes it clear from a script provided by WAA that if there is a Star of David OR the Grave is not marked, No Wreath is to be placed. As to the authenticity of this Photo, How could one prove that this was done intentionally.?. It could have easily been put there by a member of the American Religious Freedom Foundation for shock value. This is Clearly misinformation and you should be ashamed of yourself.
Christopher, please provide proof of your outrageous claims.
I’m sure psy-ops happen but historically (and verifiably) Nationalist Christians are the folks ignoring boundaries. It’s almost as if they are known for it. /s – sort of
By the way – the name is the Freedom From Religion Foundation not what you wrote. It’s almost as if you are creating misinformation yourself.
I do have a question: why would a secular organization run an operation on a military cemetery? I know – you said it’s an operation but here’s my point – it’s altogether too easy to debunk. Your theory isn’t even a hypothesis. Do better.
They will put wreaths on as many graves as possible because this whole thing is a big money-grubbing scam. Excerpt from:
“Wreaths Across America was created by Morrill Worcester, the owner of the Worcester Wreath Co., and Morrill Worcester’s wife, Karen Worcester, is the executive director of Wreaths Across America! In other words, the Worcester’s for-profit Christmas wreath company created a non-profit organization that has a need for millions of Christmas wreaths every year, then their non-profit gave the contract for these millions of Christmas wreaths to none other than their own for-profit company.”
What I do not think MRFF realizes is that wreaths are not a Christian idea. Wreaths pre-date Christianity by 200 years. Besides, there are all sort of different wreaths, there are Autumn wreaths etc. My sister has a wreath on her front door of her house which is made of twigs. What is with MRFF with this whole Christian Nationalism thing which is a total hoax and there are so many different definitions people have for Christian Nationalism. Not all Christians want a theocracy, besides that will happen when Christ returns and He will set up a worldwide theocracy, and all that are still alive at that time will have to bow their knees to Him, no matter what status they have in life, from prime ministers, dictators to presidents.
I am looking forward to becoming a Civil Air Patrol chaplain in the near future Lord willing, and will place a wreath on every grave no matter what their former religious background, for the wreath is to honor their service for our nation no matter what their religious or non religious beliefs was.
Thomas, Thomas, Thomas….
How ignorant of you.
Of course everyone in the planet understands there are more than one type of wreath. Did you really believe the MRFF didn’t know that?
A little reading by you might have saved yourself the embarrassment of being publicly mocked.
Thomas wrote “What is with MRFF with this whole Christian Nationalism thing which is a total hoax and there are so many different definitions people have for Christian Nationalism.”
And then by their own words defines the term by saying “I am looking forward to becoming a Civil Air Patrol chaplain in the near future Lord willing, and will place a wreath on every grave no matter what their former religious background, for the wreath is to honor their service for our nation no matter what their religious or non religious beliefs was.”
Nationalist Christians aka Dominionists aka Seven Mountain Theology is very real. If they didn’t want us heathens to know about their plans to take the USA from secular to theocratic maybe they shouldn’t have published their fiendish plans on the interwebz.
Thanks for the comment Thomas. You made this Old one smile.
Tom O – spot on!