Christianity to be outlawed in US Military

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PENTAGON CONSULTS ANTI-CHRISTIAN EXTREMIST FOR RELIGIOUS TOLERANCE POLICY

“Today, we face incredibly well-funded gangs of fundamentalist Christian monsters who terrorize their fellow Americans by forcing their weaponized and twisted version of Christianity upon their helpless subordinates in our nation’s armed forces.”

Those words were recently written by Mikey Weinstein, founder of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF)in a column he wrote for the Huffington Post. Weinstein will be a consultant to the Pentagon to develop new policies on religious tolerance, including a policy for court-martialing military chaplains who share the Christian Gospel during spiritual counseling of American troops.

Mikey Weinstein

Mikey Weinstein


Weinstein decries what he calls the “virulent religious oppression” perpetrated by conservative Christians, whom he refers to as “monstrosities” and “pitiable unconstitutional carpetbaggers,” comparing them to “bigots” in the Deep South during the civil rights era.
He cites Dr. James Dobson—the famous Christian founder of Focus on the Family—as “illustrating the extremist, militant nature of these virulently homophobic organizations’ rhetorically-charged propaganda.” Regarding those who teach orthodox Christian beliefs from the Bible, Weinstein concludes, “Let’s call these ignoble actions what they are: the senseless and cowardly squallings of human monsters.”
Weinstein then endorses the ultra-left Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), who publishes a list of “hate groups.” Alongside truly deplorable organizations like the KKK, the SPLC’s list includes a host of traditional Christian organizations (for their support of traditional marriage) and Tea Party organizations (for supporting limited government). Weinstein says SPLC correctly labels them all as “hate groups.”
Floyd Lee Corkins—the first person ever convicted of domestic terrorism in federal court under the laws of Washington, D.C.—told the FBI that he chose his intended shooting spree targets from the SPLC website’s map. Corkins was arrested at the offices of the Family Research Council (FRC) after shooting a security guard in August 2012. His court documents state that Corkins intended to kill as many people as possible.
Weinstein also supports Lt. Col. Jack Rich, the Army officer who wrote to subordinate officers that soldiers who hold traditional Christian beliefs agreeing with organizations on SPLC’s “hate group” list are incompatible with “Army values” and should be carefully watched and excluded from military service.
According to Weinstein, “We should as a nation effusively applaud Lt. Col. Rich.” He adds that the nation should “venture further” than Rich’s recommendations, saying, “We MUST vigorously support the continuing efforts to expose pathologically anti-gay, Islamaphobic, and rabidly intolerant agitators for what they are: die-hard enemies of the United States Constitution. Monsters, one and all. To do anything less would be to roll out a red carpet to those who would usher in a blood-drenched, draconian era of persecutions, nationalistic militarism, and superstitious theocracy.”
Wants your complete cooperation.

Wants your complete cooperation.


Many media outlets are silent on this disturbing new alliance between fanatical secularists and leaders in the Pentagon appointed by President Barack Obama and Secretary Chuck Hagel, under which the U.S. military would officially consult with someone with such foaming-at-the-mouth passionate hostility toward traditional Christians, including Evangelicals and devout Catholics. The military—America’s most heroic and noble institution—includes countless people of faith, and this represents a radical departure from the U.S. military’s warm embrace of people of faith in its ranks.
Yet the little coverage this story is getting is positive, such as this Washington Postcolumn that somehow manages not to carry any of these frightening quotes from Weinstein and instead actually endorses the Pentagon’s meeting with him. Sally Quinn’sPost column also approvingly quotes MRFF Advisory Board member Larry Wilkerson as saying, “Sexual assault and proselytizing, according to Wilkerson, ‘are absolutely destructive of the bonds that keep soldiers together.’”
Did you get that? They say having someone share the Christian gospel with you is akin to being raped. Weinstein makes sure there are no doubts, being quoted by the Post as adding, “This is a national security threat. What is happening [aside from sexual assault] is spiritual rape. And what the Pentagon needs is to understand is that it is sedition and treason. It should be punished.”
Another MRFF Advisory Board member, Ambassador Joe Wilson (the far-left husband of CIA employee Valerie Plame from the Iraq War’s yellow-cake uranium scandal a decade ago), said a military chaplain “is to minister to spiritual needs. You don’t proselytize. It’s a workplace violation.”
In other words, it should be the official policy of the United States to decree what a human being’s spiritual needs are, and punish for violations a military officer who is an ordained clergyman who attempts to share his own personal faith with another service member when discussing religious matters. You cannot imagine such a thing ever happening under any previous president.
Weinstein goes on:

If these fundamentalist Christian monsters of human degradation … and tyranny cannot broker or barter your acceptance of their putrid theology, then they crave for your universal silence in the face of their rapacious reign of theocratic terror. Indeed, they ceaselessly lust, ache, and pine for you to do absolutely nothing to thwart their oppression. Comply, my friends, and you become as monstrously savage as are they. I beg you, do not feed these hideous monsters with your stoic lethargy, callousness and neutrality. Do not lubricate the path of their racism, bigotry, and prejudice. Doing so directly threatens the national security of our beautiful nation.

God help us now when someone with such visceral hatred of conservative Christians—literally tens of millions of Americans—who says sharing this gospel is “spiritual rape” is helping develop policies for how to deal with Christians in the military.
Weinstein says those guilty of this “treason” must be “punished.” Under federal law, the penalty for treason is death. And the Obama administration is sitting down to talk with this man to craft new policies for “religious tolerance” in our military.
Breitbart News legal columnist Ken Klukowski is senior fellow for religious liberty at the Family Research Council and on faculty at Liberty University School of Law.  
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John l
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John l

Someone ought to tell Weinstein that we find his Jewish supremacist and anti-christian bigotry despicable and completely un-American. This is still a Christian country and if Weinstein doesn’t like that then let him move to Palestine where he can cavort with his own kind. Here is a clear case where Two percent of the population is dictating what the rest of can say and do. As far as hate goes he ought to read the Talmud—the most racist and bigotred piece of filth ever written.

Shirley Ann Smith-Rhodes
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I believe that Obama hates the U. S. Military! I believe that he feels threatened by them because they have each individually sworn an oath to defend and uphold the constitution of the U. S. Why do you think that Obama personally addresses the U.N. He, with no authority from our Congress,invaded Libya under the flag of the U.N.! The same thing happened with Egypt! Next will be Syria! Israel is asleep! They are blinded by the light! Obama does not want to represent the U. S. That’s why our money goes to the Muslim Brotherhood – To support our… Read more »

PatriotUSA
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Jesus help and protect us! Sharing over on PC.

randy63ism
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randy63ism

I want to be perfectly clear about this. I am a non-theist, an agnostic. Having said that, I also want to be clear when I say this so-called “consultant,” Mikey Weinstein needs to be taken out, and impaled publicly! Really! I’ve been a soldier for 22+ years and I have nothing but praise for our military Chaplains and the work they do. This Weinstein bastard (please forgive the language) is the seditious, treasonous one who proposes to subvert the 1st Amendment. He is an evil monster and needs to be stopped!
I AM LIVID ABOUT THIS!!!!!

Julia
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Julia

This is ridiculous! Just this morning my Sunday School teacher said the military is blocked from accessing the Southern Baptist Convention website!

Patriot Angel
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I used to date and agnostic, but after 18 years..LOL, he told me I had made a believer out of him. Just a small comment for the person above. The Word tells us to hide God’s word in our hearts. There will soon come a time where owning a bible will be against the law and from what I can see, it is coming rather quickly! You should start now to think of places where you can hide your bible. The bible says to have no images, so I don’t. I need not kneel in front of a crucifix to… Read more »

Dressage Rider
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Dressage Rider

I heard Dr. Charles Stanley says that judgment is coming, so it is imperative that we share the gospel with everyone we know.

pnordman
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pnordman

I do believe God is getting ready to clean our clocks. From day one of The Won’s ascent I have felt that BO is the swiffer God is using to accomplish His purposes. BO is our rod of affliction. But – praise God – Christ is our rod of comfort! I would like to share this beautiful treatise of affliction: https://www.reformation21.org/articles/consider-christ-in-affliction-an-open-letter-to-true-believers.php God bless this nation, even though I question why He would want to, considering what we have done to keep Him out of our lives and the laws we have conjured up to make sure our children don’t see… Read more »

loopyloo305
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Reblogged this on The Christian Gazette and commented:
How many examples do we need in order to see what this administration really believes about Christians.

Dr. Eowyn
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FOTM first encountered Mikey Weinstein’s minions when I posted about him helping atheist Staff Sgt Victoria Gettman to sue the US Army over an Army chaplain’s prayer asking for assistance from the “Heavenly Father.” The prayer was voluntary, which meant the soldiers in attendance were not required to participate.
https://fellowshipofminds.wordpress.com/2013/02/21/atheist-to-sue-u-s-army-over-prayer-to-heavenly-father/
When I posted that, FOTM got a communication from Joan Slish, who is on Weinstein’s Military Religious Freedom Foundation and calls herself a Christian and a pastor. Slish threatened that FOTM is in their sights and they “will be using” what was published.

lindarm
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Mike Weinstein is the monster if you ask me. We are losing our religious freedoms very quickly now, and we had best get ready for the worst that is ahead of us. I’m dead sure there is a satan, and people like Weinstein sold their souls to him at some point, and are working for him. Hey, I’m no bible thumper and I don’t practice a formal religion, but I DO believe, and what I am seeing is the demonization of those who are Christians, in favor of something really awful. It’s coming, and no one will convince me it… Read more »

Leeann Springer
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Leeann Springer

Weinerstein is an evil piece of scum that needs to shut the hello up! What a creep! The way this country is going to Hell is because people give minions like Weinerstein Card Blanche to screw our country.

Leeann Springer
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Leeann Springer

About 4 years ago, the VA Hospital where I worked (Little Rock, Ar) removed the Christian Flag from the chapel because it insulted muzzies. They also stopped Christian literature from being viewed. This is what VA is doing and it’s only getting worse.

Navy Gal
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Navy Gal

Not once in my 30+ yrs association with the military have I come across anyone like Weinstein states. This man is a nut job bent on promoting his brand of hate and prejudices on others. The scary part is his obvious beeline to making any kind of Christian association illegal and thereby punishable in the military. Funny thing is Weinstein forgets there are still many many places in this world that would not hesitate to string him up just based upon the origins of his last name.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Just love how he’s totally ignoring radical islam and projecting its faults onto Christianity… total ideological left/libtard.

Alice Wolf
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Alice Wolf

Hang on a second. Does anyone smell a rat? Could this possibly be another red herring to get us all worked up and disturbed and worn out over to distract us from the coming theft of people’s deposits? Or some other scheme to render us all helpless? Maybe it’s just an idea to make it more acceptable for us to be using Al Quada to fight our wars which are covert for the most part, because while we are fussing about Christianity in the US Forces the government can get on with funding terrorism where the loyalty is to the… Read more »

bdwatcher (@BDWatcher)
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I don’t even what to say about this. I can’t wrap my mind around this craziness. My friends.. Communists, socialists are after us in full swing. Ohhh wow.. just wow.. Be ready..

cindy
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Well Mikey and Obama have no worries….. No one will EVER be able to accuse either of them of being a Christain…

Johnny
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I am a Christian and I am not ashamed,Jesus loves Weinstein just as much as he loves all of us.I fear for Weinstein’s soul much as I fear for the souls of all those people who kill and hate Christians. I fear for the souls of our lawmakers in our states who have supported gay marriage and abortion, because ultimately ,whether they see it or not, they have elevated themselves to the level that they think that they can come face to face with the Almighty, and tell Him that the ordinances that HE established long before the U.S. Gov’t… Read more »

Johnny
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I cannot recant on what I wrote ,it comes from the heart. It not intended to insult or demean, but to bring about an Awakening in our hearts and mind about what is happening to our beloved country. Others are free to disagree with me ,they have that right. What I wrote is one man’s opinion. I guess because I am from Guam ,the only U.S. territory that was occupied and whose people were subject to the horrors of WW II and I am grateful to the American soldiers who came and liberated our Island on July 21,1944. I am… Read more »

Xgay Greg
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Lord, whatever it takes please turn this nation back to You! AMEN.

James George
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I see this as Karma Coming home to roost for those who claim to be Americans, yet don’t act like Americans. They want to deny certain groups, mainly gays their rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, and want the Government to hold enough power to deny us our Liberties, yet they fail to realize that a Government with the power to deny us ours, will soon turn on them and deny them theirs. Makes me laugh hard at these morons! “A government big enough to give you everything you want, is a government big enough to take… Read more »

Tori
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Tori

This is absolutely rediculous. God should be the center of our nation. On our money it says “In God we trust.” And sadly we are slowly going in the complete opposite direction from Christ.
Praying for our nation

Mike
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Mike

Here’s a quote from John Peterson at https://transformetrics.com/forum/index.php “The anger is directed specifically at the Christian faith because if the true Christian faith were embraced we would once again become the strongest, most prosperous, and free nation on Earth. There would be no abortion, no entitlement society, and no unfair taxation. “The only thing standing between the arch liberals and the totalitarian control they want over every individual in the USA is the Christian faith, that is still embraced and practiced my millions of conservatives in the United States of America. And don’t kid yourselves, if the liberals could pass… Read more »

mike diamond
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mike diamond

the liberals hate all conservative christians,there is a lot of conservative jews that stand with us.and we stand with them, mikey weinstein, is just unhappy with himself,and wants to take it out on the rest of us! what a shame!

Daniel Shelton
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Daniel Shelton

Have any of you who claim to be Christians read anything on this post? Or did you do selective reading…..there was a lot left out from the original article and I have many family members in the military currently and they say no such thing is happening and their religious freedoms have not been touched…..and they have been assured they will not be touched….the venom you continue to spew in the name of Christ is revolting…..no where in my King James Bible does it say this is a good thing…..calling your leaders names and casting stones….you are the same ones… Read more »

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Scathe meic Beorh
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I’m a bit late to the discussion, but for years–even when I was living as a nihilist and witch–I still, somehow, held onto my Baptism in the Holy Spirit and my Christian beliefs (to include no war ever, not even a so-called ‘Just War’). And during those decades of apostasy, before Jesus called me back to Him 2 years ago, along with my wife, I knew that one day there would be a cleansing in this country of my birth. In fact, I kind of hoped for it, and was deeply ashamed of most of the Presidents with their declarations… Read more »

Scathe meic Beorh
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Trail Dust, maybe you misunderstood. Christians don’t call each other morons. Too, Jesus fulfilled the Law and the Prophets. David had “too much blood on his hands.” I know that I had something when I was a practicing witch–something was saved inside of me from my days as a dedicated Christian. I don’t say any of this with anger, but maybe it’s best that I say no more.

wendy
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wendy

This is unconstitutional. We have a freedom of religion in this country and you are trying to take it away. I can not believe how you dont want anyone forcing their beliefs on you but you want to force yours on others. IT SHOULD NOT BE BANNED!!! People that do not believe should have that right and have the right not to participate in prayer but no one should have their right to pray and worship taken away either. My son that has been planning to join the ARMY when he is old enough reads this and is hurt by… Read more »