Whoâs Praying For Their Enemies to Get Breast Cancer?
Feel the Christian love. A womenâs prayer group is praying that all the women at MRFF get incurable breast cancer. We just got this email, with the subject line âWe Pray Christ Jesus to stop You.â These GCBs also phoned Mikey, I think on Saturday, and apparently thought it was rude of him to hang up on them.
âMickey Wienstien, we called you on the weekend to advice you that our womens prayer circle at our church will be ending your wickedness against Christ Jesus and his anointed of the USA in our military. In America which is Jesusâ country we can pray all we want for anything we want. you hung up on us and were rude to our leader. but will that stop us or Christ Jesus? No it will not and never could have, wicked Mickey. Our prayer circle has never failed to acheive our hosts granting of the scripture we pray. for direct intervention against you as you are a true demon to America. Luke 9:1 We will not stop our prayers until you stop the evil you do with Lucifer on a daly basis. Luke 9:1 But not against you Mickey. We know by your internet site and your book who it is to be. Now for our prayer, we pray that the women who work in your MFRR and the women in your family will befall fast moving breast cancer which can not everbe cured. We pray this for Leah Bruton, and Becki Miller, Patricia Corigan, Chris Rodda, Edie Disler, Vicky Garrison, Kristin Leslie, Melinda Moeton and Joan Slish. And you evil clan too, we pray this for Bonnie Wiensten and Amanda and Amber Wienstein and the woman lawyers Cariline Mitchel and Katherin Ritchy and all women of all who work at with for Military Freedom Against Religon Foundation. know that we pray and pray hard all the days until you stop your destruction of our American army and accept Christ Jesus as Lord and join His army.â
A womenâs prayer group is praying for their fellow women fighting for a secular military to get incurable breast cancer.
The prayer group wrote to a leader of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF) that:
We pray that the women who work in your MRFF and the women in your family will befall fast moving breast cancer which can not everbe [sic] cured.
The email was addressed to the founder of MRFF Michael Weinstein and followed him hanging up the phone on an abusive call from a member of the prayer group. It names 14 key women members of MRFF and says that they pray they get breast cancer.
The email says: âAmerica âŚ is Jesusâ country.â MRFF has been fighting since 2005 against a concerted push by what Weinstein calls âthe fundamentalist Christian Talibanâ against the separation of church and state in the military, and the email is just one example of the nasty push back Weinstein, as well as other supporters of MRFF, has received.
Weinstein is a Republican, Honor Graduate of the United States Air Force Academy and from three generations of members of the military. He established the foundation after his sons received religious discrimination at the Academy, as he had also received. He says:
This battle started because I was a pissed off parent. I found out that my sons were being called f..ing Jews and being accused of total complicity in the execution of Jesus Christ at the United States Air Force Academy.
Weinstein believes that the activities of the âChristian Talibanâ âis creating an internal national security threat.â
Since 2005, more than 27,000 active duty members of the United States Armed Forces have asked for support from MRFF as âspiritual rape victims/tormentees.â 96% of the service men and women are Christians themselves. Among the cases the group has litigated are those of threats of violence against atheist service persons.
It was MRFF who uncovered the Jesus rifles controversy, when rifle scopes manufactured by US government contractor Trijicon were discovered to be engraved with biblical scripture citations.
Last year, MRFF uncovered that the ethical indoctrination course material for nuclear missile launch officers contained Christian militarist components.
Of the latest assault on the group, MRFF says:
MRFFâs fight is against the most extreme religious zealots the United States has to offer. The same extremist mentality causing women to pray for the cancer deaths of fourteen wonderful women has also resulted in U.S. Marines posing next to a Nazi SS flag, a Marine Fighter Squadron fighting under the name and imagery of Crusaders, Air Force nuclear missile launch officers effectively being taughtthat âJesus Loves Nukesâ, along with countless other examples of blatantly unconstitutional and maliciously inappropriate religious incursion in the military.
MRFFâs significant base of Christian supporters often shares their horror at the actions undertaken by fundamentalist Christian extremists that give all Christians a bad name and awful reputation. Many Christians ask themselves, âWhat would Jesus do?â Would Jesus pray for the deaths of fourteen women?
The Military Religious Freedom Foundation holds that itâs vitally important that this type of extremist mentality is no longer allowed to take root in our military. Whether youâre Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, Wiccan, Sikh, celebrate another faith tradition, or none at all, MRFF calls for you to stand together in support of this simple standard: We will not tolerate harm, threats, or abuse in the name of religion.