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Mikey Gets Email: My Favorite Yet

Mikey Weinstein of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation regularly forwards me the hate mail he gets. I think this one may be my favorite yet. I think it’s the lurid and sadistic fantasies, which the writer admits gives him happiness, that does it for me.

Michael Weinstein of MFRR: You and your foundation are the largest threat to America. And it’s historic and most important national Christian faith. My family and I and our church and pastor take happiness in knowing what Jesus will be doing to you and your family and followers of the darkness. As he will disembowel the antichrist and his evil legions, Christ will rip out your guts and the innards of your wife. And of your children and followers and worshipers of your dark path. Your spent entrails will pave the path for his Kingdom of Peace to come forever. This is your purpose. And what your inherit and deserve.

Praise the lord!

Comments

  1. says

    So Mikey and other secularists = Prometheus. And Jesus is the eagle who will arrive daily to disembowel them and feed on their livers.

    Oh wait, I got my myths mixed up….none of that is real is it?!

  2. Sastra says

    Look, he only says it from love.

    I really hope this email finished with something like “God Bless” or “Yours in Christ,” but suspect it did not or it would have been included.

    It wasn’t so long ago that the general public used to attend public tortures and executions. I wonder which came first: the bloodthirsty religion or the bloodthirsty crowd? Probably a feedback loop with no discernible beginning.

  3. Who Knows? says

    Your spent entrails will pave the path for his Kingdom of Peace

    Really strange paving stones there. Especially for a path to peace.

  4. says

    Odd to threaten someone with a disembowelling from jesus, considering jesus hasn’t got a history of coming out #1 in any disembowelling contests that are on his record.

  5. Randomfactor says

    Seems more apt for a lining for a watery transitway than a road. We could call it the “Alimentary Canal.” Although I don’t think that leads to Heaven…

  6. raven says

    Your spent entrails will pave the path for his Kingdom of Peace

    Really strange paving stones there. Especially for a path to peace.

    Will jesus be issuing rubber boots to the saved?

    If god can’t even keep his follower’s feet dry, why call it god?

  7. raven says

    Torture porn has a long history in xianity.

    According to Aquinas, one of the entertainments in heaven is watching everyone else being tortured in hell. The Catholics idea of heaven is live torture porn 24/7.

    Aquinas got this out of the bible, Luke 16.

  8. The Lorax says

    He’s going to tear out the bowels of you, your wife, your children, and the entire rest of the family, and use your entrails to pave the path to Heaven.

    But he loves you.

  9. Michael Heath says

    So this bigoted wingnut relishes what he believes Jesus will be doing to Mr. Weinstein and his family. That attitude is effectively equivalent to those Christians who celebrate their belief in the existence and nature of Jesus while also believing Jesus’ will be sending some to Hell; but also don’t wish ill on specific people like this yahoo does.

    Christians who believe in Hell have no coherent defense of the near-infinite evil they promote and celebrate. At least this wingnut isn’t quite to the level of hypocrisy of those Hell-believing Christians who don’t send out such vicious communications yet still think and promote the idea their god’s an incredibly swell entity.

    The only way I’ve conceived one can both believe in the Christian god and Hell while remaining a moral human who is not evil is to do the following. Promote the idea all others should submit to this god accompanied by great remorse this horrid destiny is humanity’s sorry fate. It’s the only moral position left to these believers. The fact they instead celebrate such a god reveals some combination of idiocy, immorality, and determined ignorance. Where it’s tough to see the set who are ignorant as innocents given the enormous stakes they proclaim.

  10. raven says

    from some xian website:

    Thomas Aquinas

    In order that the happiness of the saints may be more delightful to them and that they may render more copious thanks to God for it, they are allowed to see perfectly the sufferings of the damned. . .So that they may be urged the more to praise God. . .The saints in heaven know distinctly all that happens. . .to the damned. [Summa Theologica, Third Part, Supplement, Question XCIV, "Of the Relations of the Saints Towards the Damned," First Article, "Whether the Blessed in Heaven Will See the Sufferings of the Damned. . ."]

    Gretchen, there you go from one of the greatest of xian (so called) thinkers, Saint Thomas Aquinas.

    He did get this out of the bible though, Luke 16 among other places.

  11. Christoph Burschka says

    My favorite part:

    Your spent entrails will pave the path for his Kingdom of Peace to come forever.

  12. dictionarygirl says

    I think God’s idea about paving the way to heaven with people’s innards is a bad idea because the path would be very slippery and uneven and then Christians would sprain their ankles or even fall onto the innards, staining their new, white robes or wings or whatever it is they get.

  13. cheesynougats says

    Have you noticed how many of these violent emails don’t get the name of Mikey’s organization right? Almost every one of them notes “MFRR” or “MFFR” or something like that. Perhaps Wingnut Academy should focus a bit more on proper spelling.

  14. left0ver1under says

    Whenever someone hope “god” does something violent, it means they hope to incite another person to commit violence. (See: Neil Horsley’s “nuremburg files”, Shakespeare’s line “Will No One Rid Me of This Meddlesome Priest?”) By saying “god”, they try to avoid responsibility if their desired goal happens.

  15. Doug Little says

    As he will disembowel the antichrist and his evil legions, Christ will rip out your guts and the innards of your wife. And of your children and followers and worshipers of your dark path. Your spent entrails will pave the path for his Kingdom of Peace to come forever.

    Holy shit, if these were lyrics it would be the merging of christian rock and death metal. You could call the band

    Cannibal Corpus Christi.

    Win.

  16. says

    Because, of course, entrails strewn on paths have always been the sign of Kingdoms of Peace.

    I don’t suppose people who say things like this have ever even heard of the Sermon on the Mount. Not to say that the Bible really supports Xianity but you’d think the purported words of Jesus would at least give them some pause …

  17. kermit. says

    Regarding Luke 16, in the Southern Baptist church of my teens I remember the youth group leader speaking with glee that after death, the saved would be able to watch Hell from a distance. He seemed to be imaging an arrangement something like the Grand Canyon upper rim and its railing. He spoke with apparent glee and I guess it would provide tired worshippers a sort of coffee break after long periods of servile groveling.

    I never really saw Heaven as much of a reward when I was a kid.

  18. Larry says

    Well, that is certainly a different side to jesus than I’ve heard about. Savior, lover of children and lost lambs, psychopathic disembowler.

  19. jamessweet says

    If I was going to send a note to someone that I thought was so important that I would include stuff about paranormal removal of their entrails, I think I would probably at least proofread it before hitting send. That’s the part that baffles me… To have so much passion for what they think is right and wrong, but to care not a whit about language? I don’t get it.

  20. baal says

    I’m sure the author of the letter feels better after wringing that out. Emotional masturbation without the consent of the target is similarly offensive as the real thing and makes the person who can’t control themselves look like a monster.

  21. Abby Normal says

    Really strange paving stones there. Especially for a path to peace.

    They’d already used up the good intentions cobblestones on an earlier project.

  22. footface says

    He’s going to tear out the bowels of you, your wife, your children, and the entire rest of the family, and use your entrails to pave the path to Heaven.

    But he loves you.

    No, no. It’s because He loves you.

  23. says

    Look, if you just want to build a road, use asphalt. If you want to build a road to last, well, then the entrails of your enemies are the way to go. It’s just common sense.

  24. Moggie says

    Larry:

    Well, that is certainly a different side to jesus than I’ve heard about. Savior, lover of children and lost lambs, psychopathic disembowler.

    Psychopathic disemboweller of children, notice.

    If someone’s ideology leads them to fantasise about the torture and murder of blameless kids, I feel pretty confident in labelling that ideology as wrong.

  25. Blattafrax says

    Bones I could understand. Teeth maybe? Molars in sufficient quantity would make nice hard-wearing miniature cobbles. It’s a path, not an Autobahn after all. Even skin, properly treated and laid carefully would be good. Not as durable as enamel, but I hear there’s only about 150000 people using the path anyway – got to assume they’re walking and not allowed to bring their snowmobiles or 4-wheel drive trucks.

    But entrails? I really don’t see that lasting. Should someone send a memo?

  26. Crudely Wrott says

    The Lorax wrote @#10:

    He’s going to tear out the bowels of you, your wife, your children, and the entire rest of the family, and use your entrails to pave the path to Heaven.

    But he loves you.

    And he needs your money.

    Finished that for you. =)

  27. shouldbeworking says

    I would send the email back and insist that the author correct all of the grammar mistakes before I would accept it, as in The Life of Brian.

  28. Illuminata, Genie in the Beer Bottle says

    Well, this is a perfect example of that christian love we keep hearing about, no?

  29. uzza says

    It’s not just christians that do this, it’s a staple. Chapter 7 of the Koran tells about the “wall of the heights” in Paradise, where the believers will look down upon the unsaved and taunt them.

  30. No One says

    left0ver1under:

    Whenever someone hope “god” does something violent, it means they hope to incite another person to commit violence. (See: Neil Horsley’s “nuremburg files”, Shakespeare’s line “Will No One Rid Me of This Meddlesome Priest?”) By saying “god”, they try to avoid responsibility if their desired goal happens.

    You mean like the assassination of Rabin?

  31. dingojack says

    I blame Mein Papstfuhrer – “… whatsoever thou shalt loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven”, remember?
    Good going dickhead!.
    Dingo

  32. anubisprime says

    This screed demonstrates above all else..

    That these poor excuses for people have only one thing in common…

    They are all hysterically frightened and are metaphorically, and probably literally, pissing themselves in fear and confusion.

    They tend to strike out at any target in their incoherent hatred’s, it is actually quite pathetic, if the knee jerk sadism was not so widespread in their depleting ranks!

    These dimwads get support and tacit encouragement from their collective church leaders in their local area, they must do because a true pillock of society never disobeys their ju ju man.
    And scoring brownie points to boast about at the foyer of the Church on Sunday seems more important then actually living the Christian ethos as their hero intended.

    Which reveals another aspect…..the Church are aware they are dying on their sweaty feet and their response is to mobilize the cretins in the congregation to ‘fight the good fight’ for survival…”nod nod wink wink know what I mean but never admit it!”

    These ridiculous juvenile screeds are more for maintaining a shaky collective moral in the jeebus soaked then to actually mean anything beyond just how fucking dumb, sadistic and cowardly they actually are.

  33. roggg says

    “Anyone not singed up for Kingdom of Peace, please report for ritualistic evisceration. Peace be with you.”

  34. says

    @ #18:

    Shakespeare’s line “Will No One Rid Me of This Meddlesome Priest?”

    “Will no one rid me of this turbulent [or meddlesome] priest?” is attributed to Henry II as he voiced his frustrations with Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury. Becket was murdered by Henry’s henchmen on December 29, 1170. The line appears in the play A Lion in Winter (1966) by James Goldman.

    None of Shakespeare’s history plays deals with the period of Henry II, and this line is not known to have originated with Shakespeare.

    /pedant

  35. says

    We’re off to see our Skyboss, the Wonderful Wizard called GOD!

    We know that he’s the ONE TRUE GOD, the only ONE there ever was.

    If ever, oh ever a GOD there was, YHWH is the one because because, because, because, because, because, because, because, because, because , because, because, because, because , because, because, because, because , because, because, because, because , because, because, because, because , because, because, because, because , because, because, because, because , because, because, because, because , because, because, because, because , because, because, because, because , because, because, because, because , because, because, because, because , because, because, because, because , because, because, because, because , because, because, because, because , because, because, because, because , because, because, because, because , because, because, because, because , because, because, because, because , because, because, because, because , because, because, because, because , because, because, because, because , because, because, because, because , because, because, because, because –well, JUST BECAUSE, JESUS!! *

    Apologies to Mr. Baum and his creation, the silly, insecure but not malevolent Wizard of Oz. Do you suppose that Baum’s story might have somehow been based on Joseph Smith and his Magic Hat?

  36. stace says

    @#45:

    Not sure why that line would have appeared in The Lion in Winter, as the play is set in 1183 at the Christmas court in France attended by Henry II, Queen Eleanor and their sons, 13 years after the murder of Becket. More likely sources for the line would seem to be the film Becket or Eliot’s play Murder in the Cathedral.

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