Message From MRFF President and Founder Mikey Weinstein
Greetings valued supporters,
Firstly, I'd like to thank our MRFF staff, clients, and supporter base for their sterling performance in 2012's Year End Appeal. The American people
rightly abhor religious extremism, yet remain tragically under-aware of the grave national security threat represented by Christian fundamentalists within the U.S. Armed Forces. Every last red cent donated to our organization will be used as a weapon to fight back against the encroaching "Christian Jihadists" who've infected our armed forces. This Christian extremist fifth column not only seeks to advance a global Holy War against the rest of the world, but against those of us here at home who don't happen to subscribe to their parochial brand of bigoted, sectarian extremism.
The toxic influence of these forces came into clear view once again last week when NBC News broke the story that Army regulations were utterly disregarded when a military chapel
was constructed, in complete violation of long-standing DoD regulations, replete with crosses and a steeple, in AFGHANISTAN of all places. Hello?! It's not enough that the U.S. has a murky history of collusion in the region with our Takfiri-Salafist foes (especially during the Cold War), but why are we now directly handing them ideological ammunition by feeding the narrative that we are involved in a nuclear-armed crusade, a global jihad, against Islam?
What MRFF seeks to make clear is that by idiotically directing servicemembers towards proselytizing the civilians of predominantly Muslim nations, our dominionist foes gravely undermine ongoing efforts to smoothly extricate ourselves from the Afghanistan Theater of Operations. Sufficiently advanced incompetence is completely indistinguishable from malice. The state of U.S. military leadership in Afghanistan has seemingly catapulted far and above past simple "incompetence" alone and has drifted into the realm of gross enfeeblement and ineptitude. How else to describe the rapid succession of religious scandals visited upon the Afghan campaign, running the gamut from Qu'ran burnings, to the display of Nazi flags, and now the erection of steeples and crosses in remote Forward Operating Bases? Heads need to roll, namely the heads of those military and civilian officials who sanction such counterintuitive and brazenly sectarian stupidity that places our servicemembers in grave and immediate danger of losing life, limb, and sanity.
As I stated last May, "Far be it from the graceful and idyllic exit strategy fabricated by the Pentagon and championed by Obama just days ago in Kabul, many of us anxiously anticipate an Afghan departure that, at best, will resemble the Soviets’ feckless abandonment of its puppet 'allies' in 1988. At worst, the U.S. exit may yet resemble the humiliating, frenetic scramble to evacuate the U.S. embassy during the Fall of Saigon in 1975." Those constitutional derelicts who have condoned/endorsed this pernicious idea of our servicemembers acting to bring about a "spiritually transformed U.S. military with ambassadors for Christ in uniform, empowered by the Holy Spirit" should be held directly responsible for having guided us into these lethal quicksands.
As in the "Global War on Terror" (GWOT), also known as the "Long War," MRFF is facing a prolonged, multi-pronged campaign that will continue as long as our servicemembers and our Constitution remain in the crosshairs of these fundamentalist Christian extremist lunatics. At present we're standing strong, at least in terms of our morale and will to fight; this may not be the case tomorrow once our significant operational tasks accrue. We exist to prevent our enemies from laying their hands, and itchy trigger fingers, on our military's implements of death. This nightmare must not be allowed to occur; your support, as always, is the decisive factor in defending our freedoms.
Your Eternal Ally,
Michael L. "Mikey" Weinstein
Founder & President
Military Religious Freedom Foundation
MRFF FEATURED BY NBC NEWS
U.S. Military Yet Again Compelled to Remove Verboten
Sectarian Religious Imagery from Base Installation
Thursday, January 24, 2013
Selected Article Excerpts:
- U.S. military commanders in Afghanistan on Thursday ordered the removal of a steeple and crucifix erected over a remote American base in the Muslim country after a soldier deployed there noted that the symbols violated Army regulations, and could reinforce suspicions that the United States is fighting a holy war.
- "It is the sort of thing that provides a boundless bonanza of terrorist propaganda for the mujahideen, the insurrectionists, the Taliban and al-Qaida that we are supposedly fighting to protect our national security," said Mikey Weinstein, founder and president of the non-profit Military Religious Freedom Foundation. "The message of the cross on the chapel is basically putting out the message in Pashto, Dari and Arabic to please blow me up because I’m a latter day Christian crusader."
- "Chaplains know the regulations very well," said Justin Griffith, an Army sergeant at Fort Bragg, N.C., and military director for American Atheists in his personal time. "Whoever authorized (the steeple and crosses) knew exactly what they were doing. It’s intentionally disrespectful to the non-Christians in the U.S. military ... Put it in Afghanistan, the danger is very real, to personnel, even to Christians."
- In similar situations that have come to light, military commanders have ordered the removal of the religious symbols. In April 2012, when a Marine Corps squadron revived the "Crusaders" name with the shield and cross logo for fighter jets, the Military Religious Freedom Foundation challenged the move, citing constitutional and security concerns. The next month, the Marine Corps said that the squadron had converted back to the moniker "Werewolves," replacing the logos from the jets, uniforms, buildings and elsewhere.
MIKEY WEINSTEIN OP-ED PUBLISHED
BY THE HUFFINGTON POST
West Point Think Tank Buries the Dynamite
by Mikey Weinstein, MRFF Founder and President
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Selected Article Excerpts:
- The United States Military Academy at West Point's Combating Terrorism Center (CTC) is often referred to as a "think tank," whose primary mission is to inform and shape counterterrorism policy and strategy. CTC's recent study on domestic right-wing terrorist groups clearly reveals that more taxpayer-funded "tanking" than thinking goes on at the CTC. Indeed, after carefully reviewing the study myself, I am confident that the ladies and gentlemen that worked on this project have gone down in flames in the attempted accomplishment of their mission.
- The CTC attempts to aim a blinding spotlight at the Racist/White Supremacist Movement, the Anti-Federalist Movement, and the Christian fundamentalist Movement and their potential for violence. While exorbitant amounts of money and time were wasted on the CTC's flimsy, tissue-thin report, it fails to focus so much as a dim penlight on a far greater threat to the liberty of our brave military personnel.
- As the founder and President of MRFF, a United States Air Force Academy graduate, and a sentient human being with access to public media, I observe on a daily basis the despicable and systemic abuse of authority by the members of our nation's military, up and down and through the chains of command. The forced imposition of fundamentalist Christianity throughout our American armed forces is the perpetual "flavor of the day," and has been for decades.
- The skinheads, the sheet-wearers, and the cross-burners are easy to spot. But the more devastating injury, as MRFF has shown repeatedly, is the stark and severe NATIONAL SECURITY THREAT wrought by those in suits, in vestments, and--most disgracefully of all--in the uniform of our nation's armed forces.
- In short, West Point's Combating Terrorism Center has completely failed to investigate whatsoever the pervasive "inside job" emanating from and permeating the official military establishment of the United States armed forces. There should be no mystery as to why an organization situated at West Point would prefer to feign ignorance. They do it because they know that speaking up from within can cost them their careers and worse.
Military Religious Freedom Foundation
honors Constitutional defenders
with Scholarship, Research Grant
Former cadet Blake Page, Dr. David Mullin
receive first-ever MRFF endowments
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
The Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF) is proud to announce the recipients of the Courageous Sacrifice Scholarship for Constitutional Defense and the Freedom’s Promise Research Grant for the Advancement of Religious Liberty. Speaking from Albuquerque, New Mexico, MRFF Founder and President Michael L. "Mikey" Weinstein noted that "the scholarship and research grant are the least we could do to honor those model Americans who have placed everything on the line in the fight to prevent the U.S. military from being subject to the perverse designs of Christian fundamentalist Dominionism."
The Courageous Sacrifice Scholarship for Constitutional Defense is meant to honor those servicemembers who have displayed academic excellence and bravery in fighting to safeguard the foundational American values which every servicemember has sworn an oath to defend. The recipient of this $2000 scholarship is Blake Page, a former West Point cadet (and Director of MRFF Affairs at West Point) who was compelled to resign from the United States Military Academy by the pervasive Christian fundamentalist presence at the Academy. Despite having led the charge in fighting for (and winning) secular, non-religious alternatives to previously compulsory prayer ceremonies, Page could no longer tolerate the open disrespect and abuse of non-religious cadets at West Point. Disgusted by the clear favoritism shown by faculty and administration towards this unconstitutional milieu, Page left the Academy – but not before blowing the lid off of the Christian fundamentalist regime at West Point.
In a nationally featured Op-Ed, Page wrote, "We are all affected by the intrusion of religious authority into the government. There is no place for establishing the supremacy of one religion over all others in our country. Many American service members have had their fill of being told that the religious preference of the majority is superior to their personally held philosophical beliefs."
The Freedom’s Promise Research Grant for the Advancement of Religious Liberty is a $2000 gift meant to fund scholarly research that reflects MRFF’s mission. MRFF could think of no more deserving candidate for this tribute than Doctor David Mullin, a former associate professor of economics at the United States Air Force Academy (USAFA) in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Dr. Mullin gained the ire of certain USAFA administrators for his forthright defense of cadets’ Constitutionally assured rights to carry on their studies unmolested by coercive Christian proselytization. For Dr. Mullin, his position at the forefront of the fight back against coercive proselytization at USAFA was rooted in his conviction and faith as a conservative Evangelical Christian. Mullin also played an instrumental role in exposing the negligent hiring and retention of patently unqualified instructors.
Of the more than 370 MRFF clients at USAFA, Mullin is the only one who is known publicly. For precisely this reason, Dr. Mullin faced what he believes was retaliation ordered by USAFA Dean of Faculty Brig. Gen. Dana Born and Vice Dean Col. Robert Fullerton. The campaign of repression against Dr. Mullin included the alleged poisoning of his service dog, "Caleb," and the non-renewal of his contract at USAFA, among other offenses. One anonymous USAFA cadet, speaking on behalf of the numerous MRFF clients at USAFA, hailed Dr. Mullin’s reputation as "the only one to stand up, for all to see, to fight the unconstitutional Christian fundamentalism here at USAFA."
Dr. Mullin is presently an economist at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. He is actively conducting research showing a steep, long-running decline in the adherence of cadets and midshipmen to the honor codes at U.S. military service academies. His studies have shown that nearly 75 percent of recent graduates admitted to honor code violations, including including a sexual assault cover-up by several cadets at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
Both the Courageous Sacrifice Scholarship and the Freedom’s Promise Research Grant were made possible by the generosity and passion of MRFF Advisory Board member John Whiteside. A firm believer in the need to retain the "wall" separating church and state in the U.S. military, Whiteside is a veteran USAF and USMC fighter pilot who valiantly flew 52 missions in Operation Desert Storm, gaining a Distinguished Flying Cross for conspicuous heroism in combat. Today, Whiteside is one of only a few military aviators to possess both Senior Command Air Force wings and aircraft carrier qualified Naval Aviator wings.
Whiteside’s inspiration to give the awards was spurred by the exemplary standards set forth by countless unnamed members of the military who have resisted the encroachment of fundamentalist Christianity upon the U.S. military. These heroic figures have put their livelihoods – and in far too many cases, their lives – on the line in the course of defending their own basic rights and those of their comrades-in-arms.
The Military Religious Freedom Foundation is a watchdog / advocacy group whose goal is to ensure that members of the U.S. Armed Forces receive the Constitutional guarantee of religious freedom to which they are entitled by virtue of the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment. Mikey Weinstein founded MRFF in 2005 to oppose the spread of religious intimidation by fundamentalist Christians in positions of power within the US military. MRFF currently has over 30,800 clients in the armed forces.
Speaking about the scholarship and research grant, Mikey commented, "We’re truly humbled not only by pioneering leaders such as the recipients of these gifts (not to mention the gift-giver himself), but by the selfless virtue of our heroic clients who, against all odds, have fearlessly stuck their necks out to expose and denounce the wretched abuse of our foundational values as a democracy."
MRFF Demands Immediate DoD Corrective Action on Distribution of Anti-Semitic "Manga Messiah" Christian Proselytizing Comic Books
MRFF demands sent to Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta, the Secretaries of the Army, Navy, and Air Force, and the Joint Chiefs of Staff
Monday, January 7, 2013
Selected Letter Excerpt:
It is quite clear, for a plethora of incontrovertible reasons, that these comic books are blatantly anti-Semitic. For instance, one of the main themes of these horrible books is the wretched, age old libel that Jews are directly responsible for the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and, further still, that Jews have conspiratorially consorted with the devil in that crucifixion "plot" and other nefarious anti-Christian endeavors. Our MRFF clients do not know whether it is DoD chaplains or our clients’ chains of command who are behind the distribution of these bigoted materials. What MRFF does know is that these "Manga Messiah" comic books have been distributed liberally across all the service branches and on military bases and naval vessels all over the world including the combat zones of Afghanistan, Iraq, and at many other U.S. armed forces bases in the Area of Responsibility (AOR)... (continued, click below to read more)
MRFF FEATURED BY
THE HUFFINGTON POST
Some Wear Black, And Like it
By Blake Page, Director of MRFF Affairs at West Point
Thursday, January 17, 2013
Selected Article Excerpts:
- Radicalism. The accusation of radicalism brings to mind a variety of emotive responses. Unbridled passion. A lack of reason. Mania, perhaps. So what would a radical agenda consist of? A message of hate or supremacy seems to fit the bill. What about a message of radical empathy? Is it possible for an individual or organization to be so hell bent on the insurance of liberty and justice for all as to be labeled with such a slur? I would say no, but Colonel (Chaplain, U.S. Army) Retired Ron Crews has established an opposing position in his statements included in an article published this week.
- "The military unfortunately has been yielding to a radical agenda to the point of even allowing same-sex marriage at the historic West Point Chapel," Col. Crews laments. "But yet they are unsure, it appears, that allowing prayers at official events can be continued."
This piggybacking of the ideals of religiosity and ideals of segregation is precisely the sort of thinking which myself as the Director of Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF) Affairs at West Point and the rest of the MRFF team continue to combat at every turn.
- The military today continues to fail to provide benefits to same-sex couples who may be legally married in any of several states. This is because the military is a federal organization, subject to federal law. Law which has made it possible for national organizations to disregard the legally binding documents issued on the state level. Perhaps it is radical for me to believe that the federal government should not reduce the rights of a certain demographic in this way without simultaneously establishing that all state-issued documents are invalid in the eyes of federal institutions. Perhaps equality is radical.
- This is not an issue for atheists. This is not an issue for gay people. This is not an issue for Muslims. This is not an issue for the military. This is an issue for Americans of every creed, color, orientation, profession, and political persuasion.
MRFF FEATURED BY MINT PRESS NEWS
From E Pluribus Unum To Gott Mit Uns:
Religious Proselytization In The US Armed Forces
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Selected Article Excerpts:
- Lost amid the wall-to-wall coverage of the shooting horror in Newtown, Conn. last week was a little remarked upon story coming out of the U.S. military academy at West Point that deserves much broader coverage than it initially received. As reported in the Huffington Post in early December, a West Point cadet by the name of Blake Page quit the academy six months from his graduation and subsequent commissioning as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Army. What prompted his decision to remove himself from this elite institution and potentially having to pay back hundreds of thousands of dollars to the Army in compensation for the education he received? One word: religion.
- Unfortunately, fundamentalist proselytization of the type described by Page is more widespread in the U.S. armed forces than many in the ranks would care to admit. Eight years previous and a half-continent away from West Point at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo., for instance, a Jewish academy graduate - who served 10 years in uniform as a judge advocate before moving on to serve in the Reagan administration – found that his kids, who followed in his footsteps, encountered not just widespread Evangelical proselytizing, but open religious bigotry and anti-Semitism, too.
- According to Michael Weinstein, who founded the Military Religious Freedom Foundation in response to what he found at the Air Force Academy in 2004, his children encountered a radically different religious environment at the academy than the one he encountered decades earlier. They reported that cadets were widely pressured to attend the film "The Passion of the Christ" by academy staff and that the academy had been inundated with fundamentalist propaganda. His children reported that "flyers are put on plates, in the academic buildings the walls are covered with these posters exhorting us with this stuff." Later, one son reported to Weinstein he was called "a fucking Jew" who was responsible for the death of Christ by members of his chain of command.
MRFF Founder and President Mikey Weinstein honors U.S. House Representative Sinema (D-AZ9) for strong gesture of Constitutional fidelity
Congressional Representative Kyrsten Sinema swears Oath of Office
on United States Constitution rather than Holy Bible
Friday, January 11, 2013
Selected Letter Excerpt:
Dear Representative Sinema,
Please allow me to personally congratulate you on becoming the 1st ever representative of the newly-minted 9th Congressional District in Arizona; a truly historic accomplishment. As President and Founder of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF), I cannot adequately express the amount of gratitude that I and everyone associated with MRFF feel towards your truly patriotic action in swearing your Oath of Office on the U.S. Constitution rather than on any religious text. This straightforward and powerful act is extremely uplifting for anyone who believes in the source and strength of the freedoms embodied in our unique form of representative democracy. Your honor and integrity in taking such a strong principled stand is truly inspiring... (continued, click below to read more)
MRFF FEATURED BY
U.S. Naval Academy Officer’s Christian Fellowship Removes
Slogan from Webpage After MRFF FOIA Request
Thursday, January 10, 2013
By Chris Rodda, MRFF Senior Research Director
Selected Article Excerpts:
- For many years, the "purpose" statement of the Officers’ Christian Fellowship (OCF), an organization of over 15,000 fundamentalist Christian officers operating throughout the military, was: "A spiritually transformed military, with ambassadors for Christ in uniform, empowered by the Holy Spirit."
- So, MRFF submitted a FOIA request to find out who was responsible for this blatant proclamation of a purpose so antithetical to the purpose of training future officers at the service academies — which is certainly not to be "ambassadors for Christ in uniform" whose goal is a "spiritually transformed military."In the wake of MRFF’s FOIA request, the OCF page on the Naval Academy’s website has been changed to:"Our purpose is to glorify God by uniting Christian midshipmen for Biblical fellowship and outreach, equipping and encouraging them to minister effectively in the military society."
- Does this mean that the OCF has actually changed its purpose and is no longer trying to turn the U.S. military into a force of "ambassadors for Christ in uniform?" Well, no. As they said, "We will not allow the opposition, all of which is spearheaded by Satan, to thwart or prevent us from regaining territory for Jesus Christ and the U.S. military." They’re just publicly being less overt about their goals by changing their official purpose statement.
- Reading these statements should give everybody a pretty good idea of the OCF’s attitude towards the Constitution, and their desire to circumvent it to convert the military: "The main challenge is to continuously strive to advance the kingdom of Christ to ensure a godly America in a hostile world that continues to reject and resist the truth of Jesus Christ and his Holy Word."
"OCF faces a challenge that is critical to our nation’s military health–the "challenge of balance" — assisting chaplains and military personnel in keeping the First Amendment from becoming an idol of religious authority."
"In a society and military community that increasingly leans towards secularism and political correctness, how does OCF aggressively proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ so that everyone has a life changing experience with God?"
OCF "must permeate the ranks and enlarge our membership and presence in the military."
1/21/13 - DAILYKOS – End Times Politics
1/18/13 - THE FAIRNESS DOCTRINE – Chris Rodda on the "Manga Messiah",
Rev. Jenni Crumpton on Religion and Politics
1/14/13 - DEMOCRATIC PERSPECTIVE 780 KAZM – Mikey Weinstein interview:
Christian Fundamentalism in U.S. Military Academies: Is It a Threat To Our National Security?
1/10/13 - CYBERNETIC ATHEIST – Imprecatory Prayer – let’s look at the ethics for a minute.
12/27/12 - THE FREETHINKER (UK) – West Point Military Academy warned: ‘Stop forcing religion on your cadets’
12/21/12 - MRFF Responds to Family Research Council’s Absurd "Rebuttal"
of Efforts to
Forced Prayer at West Point
12/19/12 FREETHOUGHT BLOGS – CHRIS RODDA – Mikey Weinstein Ranked as One of the
"100 Most Influential People in U.S. Defense" by Defense News
You can see the above stories, as well as
much more, at MilitaryReligiousFreedom.org
We at MRFF receive an enormous amount of email both from our supporters and our detractors. "MRFF's Inbox" allows us to share these emails with you. The following is a small sampling of the sometimes vibrant, sometimes vile correspondence which we've received within the past month:
FEATURED INBOX ENTRY
"Being Christian" a shocking novel with a basis in truth
I recently ran across the post on Crooks and Liars where you're quoted about "Being Christian" by K.C. Boyd: http://crooksandliars.com/susie-madrak/being-christian-looks-modern-day-elme
"Being Christian" literally floored me. As a long-time Christian, I can bear witness to the fact that far too many within our faith tradition have indeed gone badly astray in their spiritual journeys. While they by no means represent all (or even a majority) of Christians, such cases seem almost a tragic cliche these days
However, the prospect of powerful, charismatic church leaders experiencing a private "fall from grace" yet retaining and expanding their public influence, as the book depicts, seems all-too-real -- especially when perusing the website of your organization, the MRFF.
While the title of "Being Christian" initially worried me about casting unfairly broad aspersions, the book actually depicts a universal phenomenon -- one of naked hypocrisy driven by a thirst for power and the fanaticism of those who err from a truly religious perspective.
From the emails and newsletters I receive from your organization, I know you're all too familiar with this phenomenon. For that reason, I strongly recommend that MRFF's supporters consider reading the book: http://www.amazon.com/Being-Christian-A--Boyd/dp/0985521708
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From: [name withheld]
Subject: RE: Invitation to the National Prayer Breakfast – 7 February 2013
Date: January 24, 2013
To: [name withheld]
Cc: Mikey Weinstein
Dear Chaplain [name withheld],
I’m sure you are familiar with the contents of Air Force Instruction 1-1
Section 2.11 which states, in part, "Leaders at all levels must balance
constitutional protections for an individual’s free exercise of religion or
other personal beliefs and the constitutional prohibition against governmental establishment of religion. For example, they must avoid the actual or apparent use of their position to promote their personal religious beliefs to their subordinates or to extend preferential treatment for any religion."
While it is appropriate under current law for military chaplains to extend invitations to sectarian events such as the National Prayer Breakfast, I would like to point out that the use of unit representatives (who are not chaplains) for record-keeping of who does and does not purchase tickets or participate in such events is a violation of the spirit of the Air Force Instruction. Obviously, that constitutes an inappropriate "apparent use of [military] position" to promote or extend preferential treatment.
To be specific: it does not matter whether these POCs volunteered for this or were assigned, nor does it matter what their seniority is. They can and will be viewed as representatives of the command structure, lending support and endorsement to an activity that is appropriately the exclusive purview of the chaplain’s corps under current Air Force policy.
I understand that there is a tradition of engaging service members to augment chaplain staff on a part-time basis. That tradition is not sufficient justification to violate the policy and the Constitution. I encourage you to comply with the policy, and in the future, refrain from engaging non-chaplain corps personnel to promote sectarian events.
[name, rank, position withheld]
From: [name withheld]
Sent: Thursday, January 17, 2013 3:17 PM
Cc: [name withheld]
Subject: Invitation to the National Prayer Breakfast – 7 February 2013
On behalf of the [location withheld] Chapel Staff, tickets for this year’s National Prayer Breakfast (NPB) are currently available through the Chapel office. The NPB will be held at the Minuteman Commons on Thursday, February 7th at 8:00AM. The attached flyer contains additional information. Please print, post to your bulletin boards, and contact your POC (see below) for tickets. If you have further questions or need additional information, call the Chapel at 5-5501. Thank you.
Ticket POCs: [withheld]
Chaplain [name withheld]
low evil subhuman
Thanks From A USAF Airman
Arlington & Symbols
Night And Day
Thank You For All You Do
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