Mikey Gets Email. Again.


I’ve reprinted lots of email messages sent to Mikey Weinstein over the last couple years, but this is certainly among the worst. It seems like they’re getting crazier and more bigoted all the time, though I only see a few of the many messages he receives.

From: E-Mail Address Withheld
Subject: nuke all muslems
Date: May 13, 2012 11:08:00 PM MDT
To: Information Weinstein

we known many things about you mikey. we know you love the arab muslem sand niggers and hate Lord Jesus and Christians. We know you are a kike jew lawyer with a big mouth and uppity attitude. we know the commie pinko reporters write whatever you tell them to write because you are a doomed jew prick. and we know where you live and travel and everything. and we know you hate America which is a nation founded up on Jesus our Savior PERIOD. Poor Kikey Whineshit now you scream and howl about our brave Army teaching the only answer to islam sand niggery. Which is to drop nukes on muslems cities and the terorists living there which is all the populations weather they be islam children or grown ups its all the same. all muslems are terorists its in there blood. just like jewblood loves only money and betraying trechery as you framed and murdered Jesus. you just can’t help yourself jewboy Kikey. Any more than the muslems can. blood does as blood does. Nuke All The a-rabs Now should be our Army’s battle cry and no. 1 order of there day. Which it was fine and dandy until you shoved your big jew nose into there war business. The Army has it right and now you try to stop it? you don’t have long and you won’t. It is always comforting to know as a patriotic American Christian that you will burn forever in the fire ovens of hell in unending torture with your muslem scum pals and your Military Religous Foundation fools and your ugly Whineshit kike wife and jew piglet children.

That person has the right to vote. And their vote counts the same as yours and mine.

Comments

  1. says

    That person has the right to vote. And their vote counts the same as yours and mine.

    But remember, if these were the droolings of a typical American, the Republican Party wouldn’t be pulling out all the stops trying to prevent as many ‘uninformed’ citizens from carrying out their civic duty as possible.

    Higher turnout elections would likely diminish the power of the anger-driven bigot, not increase it since most of the people who don’t vote today aren’t filled with the same type of rage.

  2. troll says

    Why withhold the email address? I thought it was a given that hate mailers don’t get the luxury of anonymity.

  3. Mr Ed says

    America which is a nation founded up on Jesus our Savior PERIOD… just like jewblood loves only money and betraying trechery as you framed and murdered Jesus.

    Point of order, Jesus was an orthodox Jew.

  4. CT says

    Having grown up with people like this, and knowing people like this right now in NC, it’s extremely unlikely this person votes. Every single one I know that talks like this is so afraid of black people and democrats that they refuse to go to a polling place. I’m sure there are some out there who overcome their irrational fears and make it out to vote, but I don’t know any. I don’t even know any who talk like this that have a job because they are so afraid of anyone who isn’t white protestant racist male. Hm, just realized all the people I know like this are male. how weird.

  5. says

    as you framed and murdered Jesus

    Putting aside everything else questionable about the whole Jesus story and blaming/punishing people for the alleged crimes (or “crimes” (Deu 23:2)) of their ancestors – isn’t the major point of the whole “God made flesh” nonsense is that he had to die for whatever fucked up reason their monster deity decided it had to be so in order for hope, redemption, washing away sins, blah blah blah?

    If this was the case, why the hell are they so angry at the Jewish people (and for some reason not the descendants of Romans)?

    “He HAD to die, and damn you for killing him, and damn your great-great-great-great-grandchilden just because!”

  6. says

    And they say we are condescending when we imply that there is a correlation between religious belief and lack of education.

    No implication here. Seems pretty explicit.

  7. Big Boppa says

    CT @6

    Hm, just realized all the people I know like this are male. how weird.

    You obviously never met my mother.

  8. gvlgeologist says

    I dunno. Poe? The only thing that’s missing is the random capitalization.

    I’d sure hate to meet someone like this in person.

  9. greg1466 says

    Once again, proof of the validity of Poe’s Law. I don’t think it would be possible to cram anymore of the ‘ignorant christian patriot fundamentalist bigot’ stereotypes into a single ‘paragragh’. While I can’t say for sure that I know anyone just like this, I know a lot of people who would label themselves as moderate/mainstream Christians that would basically agree with the sentiment. And they do vote.

  10. says

    CT, I’m pretty sure people like this email writer and people you know would be much more likely to engage in “Second Amendment solutions” than vote. Actually, they’re for other people implementing those solutions, because getting off the couch is just so much work and, besides, Sean Hannity’s about to come on teh FOXnews.

  11. says

    (facepalm) Really?! It’s people like this who make me feel like my voice means nothing, because I am drowned out by these people. He needs to finish high school.

  12. eric says

    It seems like they’re getting crazier and more bigoted all the time

    Well, yeah, you’d actually expect that, both cynically and statistically. Cynically because the folks who want to get their letters posted keep having to top the last letter. Statistically because you should see cases further away from the norm the more letters you get. Its sort of like coin flips: the more you do, the more heads in a row you expect to see. Or to make a different comparison, you should expect that a population of 300 million going to produce weirder weirdos than a population of 100 million.

  13. jnorris says

    I wonder why the emailer doesn’t want to nuke the Asian, African, and Latino Muslims? Not to mention the East, West, and Central European ones too.

  14. den1s says

    I think Ed might be with holding the email addy because this guy sounds scary. Emailing this guy might be bigger trouble than you or I are prepared for. It is said that discretion is the better part of valor … could be true in this case.

  15. says

    I think that as the culture shifts we will see even more like this. This election cycle is one of the worst I have seen in terms of sheer numbers and scale tribalistic and militaristic comparisons. I think it will get worse before it gets better because these folks are paranoid, ignorant, and think the world is really out to get them. The mental gymnastics of “Militant Atheist” are only the start.

  16. anubisprime says

    Another stirring success for the xian religion, his church leader must be so proud to have such a patriot riding shotgun in the congregation!

  17. d cwilson says

    It’s like this guy was working off a checklist of crazy wingnut email writing.

    1) Racial/ethnic/religious slurs. Check.
    2) Don’t capitalize words that should be capitalized. Check.
    3) Randomly capitalize words that shoundn’t be capitalized. Check.
    4) Misspell common words. Check.
    5) Confuse common homonyms like “there and “their”. Check.
    6) Fail basic grammar. Check.

  18. Pinky says

    I have it on good authority that this was one of the paragraphs (?) in the first draft the letter writer left out of the final.

    jus yesserday i WAS out sacriycing my best hog to my g-d whens my son…dids i tells u wes in ta fortyh GRADE togeter. son says papa was ya doin’ n i says sakrficing my biggest bestest hog to g-d. son says didya ax moms liken u spossed 2/?? i tells him i DONOT LISENS 2 wemens as theys always be sayin’ dum shit like ..dont be drinken whisky fer brekfest an’ noes u aint be marryen ur dauter an’ odder types of horsshit…i lisen 2 the precher mans he be reeden from that book abouts the proto…um proto calls of old jewels jus las sunday…precher man also says marryen ur dauter is OK by the bible

  19. iknklast says

    Actually, their vote may count more, since the way our system is set up, the lesser populated states actually manage to have MORE representation in Washington, and more power in many ways, than the more populous states. Depending on where the e-mailer lives, their vote may be more meaningful, at least as far as the Senate (and the electoral college, where the midwest has fewer votes represented per elector than those on the coast; in other words, we each get more electoral college power).

  20. Doug Little says

    Eventually they will empty the jails of people doing time for drug related offences, leaving lots of spare room…

  21. says

    I know it’s unfair to tar normal Christians with this sort of thing–but the phrase “Religion of Love” always comes irresistibly to my mind when I read an effusion like this:

    It is always comforting to know as a patriotic American Christian that you will burn forever in the fire ovens of hell in unending torture with your muslem scum pals and your Military Religous Foundation fools and your ugly Whineshit kike wife and jew piglet children.

    Because Hell is where everybody NOT like us goes, doncha know? And “divine Power made [Hell], the highest Wisdom and the first Love.” Damnation, and pleasure at the thought of others’ damnation, and insistence that all the while one gloats one is feeling and acknowledging love (or Love)–this is deep-died in the orthodox Christian wool. So–normal Christians aside–I can’t exempt Christianity from some of the blame for this person’s, ahem, thinking.

  22. kermit. says

    I worked with several of these fellas in the early 1970s. Lucas, Buzzard, and Frog, and our boss was George. Lucas and Buzzard discovered it was election day when they went to the liquor store after work and it was closed. George didn’t vote because he said you had to own property in order to vote. I told him that hadn’t been true in over a hundred years, but he was having none of it. I suspected that he just used that as an excuse for not voting, and since I was of the mind that it was better he didn’t for all concerned, I let the matter lie.

    George always complained about the “colored folk” driving by in fancy cars – said it was his taxes paying for the welfare that bought those cars. I suggested the possibility that he might be seeing lawyers, teachers, doctors and such – we did work near the city. He denied the possibility, said that “they’re all lazy, and never worked a day in their lives.” I asked him if he’d hire one if he applied for work, and George said “Hell, no!”

    Good Christians, though, all of ‘em.

    I was so glad when I started school a couple years later and hung out on campus.

  23. says

    I dunno. Poe? The only thing that’s missing is the random capitalization.

    He wore out the cap key a long time ago.

  24. Michael Heath says

    This email is arguably art. It’d make for an interesting artifact of our times.

  25. imthegenieicandoanything says

    As long as he isn’t waving a gun or anything, he can be as craz a ‘Mer’kin as he likes, short of disturbing the peace of his neighbors.

    However, toning down his word choice makes this sound like a generic version of nearly all the “Republican” candidates for President.

  26. dingojack says

    “… Poor Kikey Whineshit now you scream and howl about our brave Army teaching the only answer to islam sand niggery. Which is to drop nukes on muslems cities and the terorists living there which is all the populations weather they be islam children or grown ups its all the same. all muslems are terorists its in there blood …”

    Have you been writing to Mikey again, SLC?

    :D Dingo

  27. John Phillips, FCD says

    dingojack, I must admit that that thought crossed my mind as well :)

  28. valhar2000 says

    Not to mention the East, West, and Central European ones too.

    Holy crap! You mean there 3 Europes now? Where in the Bible does it say that?

  29. StevoR says

    Hmm .. This guy seems to think Jews and Muslims are in league with each other and a Jewish individual is automatically going to be backing the Muslim cause(s) .. as they ussually do.

    Because we all know how supportive the Arabs are of Israel and Jewish people globally right? Plus vice versa, natch! (eyeroll.)

    Jaw dropping stuff.

    I’ve said some dumb things myself when drunk occassionally but nothing this bad.

  30. StevoR says

    Nuke All The a-rabs Now should be our Army’s battle cry

    Could be mistaken of course but isn’t that the wrong arm of the Defence forces? Isn’t it the AitrFotrce that has controlof the nuclear bombs adn misiles not the army?

    Well, ok, guess the navy has its nuke armed and powered subs too.

    Does the army have and has it ever used or practiced with nuclear ordinance of any kind though?

  31. StevoR says

    D’oh! Where did those extra ‘t’s come from in “air force” when I typed the above comment and did they cost me a space that was supposed to be there? Durrnit. Sorry.

  32. says

    The US Army had (and may still have) nuclear ordnance in the form of 155mm shells for one of its field guns, the “Long Tom”. I don’t know that they even tested it, but it was out there for a time, at least.

    “we known many things about you mikey. we know you love the arab muslem sand niggers and hate Lord Jesus and Christians.”

    Not to go all military or anything but that sentence performs the syntactic equivalent of a “chandelle”*, turning 180 degrees while climbing the “Shriek” register.

    I’m not sure if I would characterize that feller as a “mouth breather”, I have plants in my house that are less cognitively
    impaired.

    * http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chandelle

  33. dave says

    StevoR@37:

    Does the army have and has it ever used or practiced with nuclear ordinance of any kind though?

    Technically, the Army is the only branch of service that has ever deployed a nuclear weapon against an enemy. The Air Force became a seperate branch of service in September 1947. Before that, including during the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945, it was the the US Army Air Force. Granted, it was effectively independent for pretty much all of WWII, but still.

    In fact, the Army has had a number of nuclear weapons in its arsenal, mostly of the small-yeild or tactical variety through the 1960s, such as the MGR-3. Officially, DoD policy today states that the US Nuclear Arsenal is “strategic” only, but there are persistent rumors that it never dismatled all of its tactical arsenal, rumors which are aided and abetted by the fact that the actual contents of the Nuclear Arsenal is secret.

  34. slc1 says

    Re dingojack @ #32

    The only Muslim country against which I have advocated the use of nuclear weapons is Iran.

  35. dingojack says

    SlC – It was a joke Joyce, a joke!
    This guy’s a genocidal manic on a scale that even you would baulk at. And a poorly thought out one at that (you wouldda guessed?). Clearly he wants to carpet nuke not just one country, but a broad swathe from Srebrenica to West Papua.
    So, genius, once you’ve nuked the middle-east (just to mention one area) into a radioactive hole in the ground, where are you gonna get the fuel to get your Hummer (actually more than likely your mommies 25 year-old, wheezy, gutless, clapped-out VW beetle that she graciously lets you drive) from A to B?
    Guess where the oil comes from?
    What a maroon!
    Dingo

  36. StevoR says

    @42.dingojack :

    Guess where the oil comes from?

    Alaska?

    (Also Texas, the US Gulf off Florida coast, Venezula I think among others too.)

  37. dingojack says

    Stevo – and there be absolutely no shortages because all those areas produce lovely, plentiful oil that just gushes up from every rifle-shot like in the Beverly Hillbillies, and everyone will have cheap oil and an widdle adorable, white bunny-wabbit of their very, very own! @@
    Right.
    Dingo

  38. besomyka says

    @7 Yeah, that’s always bugged me too. Never mind blaming the contemporary Jewish people, but even just setting Judas up as a bad guy is weird.

    How could the plan have been to sacrifice Jesus in blood atonement for all of mankind’s sins, AND ALSO that the mechanism by which the greatest gift the world has ever received is an evil one.

    Certainly seems internally inconsistent.

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