Mikey Gets Email


I’ve published many emails that Mikey Weinstein of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation receives. What distinguishes it from your usual hate mail is that it’s almost always dripping in anti-Semitism because of his Jewish surname. That brings out the far-right anti-Jewish bigots like ants to honey. Here’s another:

> From: my63mustang@jefdayvuslives.com
> Subject: you fucking piece of shit jew
> Date: August 21, 2014 at 6:09:03 PM MDT
> To: Information Weinstein
>
> jewboy don’t you evercome back to our state. Your not wanted here. Keep you godam mffr hands off our Holy Univ. of No. Georgia Cadets corps. you fucking jew muslam queer loving jew. servant of satan. Why don’t you eat some of your jewbread soked with the blood of innocent Christian children? To make it tasty for you you jew of jews. We don’t eat your jew children wienstein. How you like it if we eat your jew children wienstein? Our church met last night to disgust all about you right here in our back yard in Ga. We all hope you choke to death eating your little piece of jewbread. Then burn for all ages in hell. Jesus Christ Rules and His Kingdom Come at UNG Corps!

A “jew muslam (sic) queer loving jew.” That’s a new one. That ranks up there with Obama being a Kenyan Muslim atheist commie pinko. The rest of it is the usual right wing screed, complete with lots of misspelled words, bad punctuation and random capitalization.

Comments

  1. sh3baproject says

    @1 according to the person who wrote this letter, he would be jewzilla, since people like him deny that jesus was a jew.

  2. dmcclean says

    I was hoping for some laughs from checking out this lunatic’s website and seeing how Jefferson Davis “lives”, but unfortunately it must be a fake email address because the domain isn’t registered.

  3. Rev. BigDumbChimp says

    Our church met last night to disgust all about you right here in our back yard in Ga.

    Ok, we’re they discussing or disgusted.

  4. anubisprime says

    Our church met last night to all about you right here in our back yard in Ga.

    Even incoherence kindda gets it vaguely in the ball park some of the time…rarely but it does happen!

    The internalized image of a bunch of jeebus droolers ‘disgusting’ any subject that tickles their gonads strikes as awesomely pathetic if not a spoof on happy clappy dumbfucks!

  5. nicemarmot says

    You know, jewbread is so delicious by itself; now i can’t wait to try it soaked with the blood of innocent Christian children!

  6. 5Up Mushroom says

    His “email” address is interesting. It references a car that doesn’t exist (63 mustang) and a dead guy, assuming that the domain is referenced to Jefferson Davis. Did he go by “Jeff” before he was pushing up daisies? Non-Existent things and dead people… just like a Christian might.

  7. colnago80 says

    Re Michael Heath @ #11

    I’m sure that the blog’s resident physics professor and math department chairman would trot out his patented no true Scotsman shtick.

  8. Big Boppa says

    patrickashton @15

    I’ve always found jewbread to be a little dry and tasteless myself.

    True that. But it’s still tastier than those Catholic styrofoam crackers.

  9. Curt Cameron says

    Doug wrote:
    I thought the far right loved Israel?

    They support Israel’s military because it’s supposed to bring on the End Times. The jews who live there are bound for hell, so it’s certainly not like the RW loves the jews.

  10. bbgunn says

    The rest of it is the usual right wing screed, complete with lots of misspelled words, bad punctuation and random capitalization.

    It’s difficult to proofread your email when the eye holes in the hood are so misaligned that it obscures the monitor.

  11. John Pieret says

    Stupid – check!

    Inarticulate – check!

    Illiterate – check!

    Hopelessly bigoted – check!

    A fine upstanding member of the American right wing in every way!

  12. Chiroptera says

    Remember, kids, if you want to know what “Judeo-Christian values” are, that email pretty much sums it up.

  13. busterggi says

    Only a Judeo-Christian could write that kind of crap and not see any anti-Semitism in it.

  14. A Masked Avenger says

    Only a Judeo-Christian could write that kind of crap and not see any anti-Semitism in it

    Hrm. Am I the only one that sees irony in that sentence?

    Jews are one subset of Judeo-Christians (thus the name, really). And boy howdy, but they wouldn’t know antisemitism if it handed them an armband, amiright?

    Yeah, yeah, there’s a point lurking in #21, probably, maybe, but as worded the deeper point is kind of obscured by the superficial problem of being awfully worded.

  15. Loqi says

    “Your not wanted here.” – One wonders if the locals expressed the same sentiment toward English teachers.

    A “jew muslam queer loving jew?” So Mikey’s a Jew Jew?

    “Our church met last night to disgust all about you right here in our back yard in Ga.” – And they chose *you* to be the spokesman? If you are the most articulate of the bunch, I’d be highly amused to hear a recording of the meeting to see if even you guys can understand each other. Does your church believe coherency is a Jewish plot or something?

  16. Chiroptera says

    A Masked Avenger, #23: Jews are one subset of Judeo-Christians (thus the name, really).

    Not really, at least not in contemporary US politics. In contemproary US politics “Judeo-Christian values” really means conservative white evangelical Protestant Christian values. There is no “Jew” in “Judeo-Christian.”

  17. forestdragon says

    Guess the old (new) saw is correct – you can either hate, or spell. Apparently you can’t do both.

  18. Larry says

    Well, it appears that the University of Northern Georgia has finally started screening their prospective students for knowledge and use of the English language, both grammar and spelling. You should have seen what these letters looked like before!

  19. matty1 says

    It is my understanding that Judeo-Christian means overtly Christianist politician who thinks name checking Jews is enough to get them to vote for him.

  20. A Masked Avenger says

    @ Chiroptera and matty1,

    Perhaps in certain usages that’s true. I’ve never checked, e.g., how often Jews use “Judeo-Christian” as an adjective versus white conservative fundies.

    But speaking as a recovered fundie, I used it consistently when I was speaking of commonalities between Christianity and Judaism, in exactly the same way I used “abrahamic” when I wanted to include Islam as well. Although (as I said) I don’t know with what frequency, I’ve heard the term used by plenty of Jews, at least when engaging in “interfaith dialogue.”

    I guess it’s possible that policitians use the term not for that reason, but as a cynical attempt at dog-whistle Christian conservatism while trying not to piss off the Jewish voters too badly. Or something.

  21. A Masked Avenger says

    But to my ear, as a native speaker of fundie-ese, there is definitely “Jew” in “Judeo-Christian.” That’s a sample of size n=1, of course.

  22. says

    Apparently, according to the wingnuts, accusing Jewish people of using the blood of Christian children in matzo is a-OK.

    But claiming that talk of “second-amendment solutions” and a district map covered with crosshair icons is violence-evoking rhetoric is apparently “blood libel”.

  23. sugarfrosted says

    @25

    Not really, at least not in contemporary US politics. In contemproary US politics “Judeo-Christian values” really means conservative white evangelical Protestant Christian values. There is no “Jew” in “Judeo-Christian.”

    “Judeo-Christian values” is an interesting term. It started out referring to the values that people who converted from Judaism to Christianity possessed in order to talk about how they differed from other Christians. Later it came to mean shared values between the two groups. Now in right wing circles it really just means Christian, as you said. I remember watching Billo the Clown refer to the “Judeo-Christian holiday of Christmas.”

  24. se habla espol says

    Since they’re all the same, anyway, I prefer “judeo-christian-islamic” (or “judeo-christian-moslem”), just to see the response.

  25. keresthanatos...I am my Evil Twin says

    They always miss this in their reading of the bible……And I will bless them that bless thee, and curse him
    that curseth thee: and in thee shall all families of the earth be blessed (Genesis 12:3)
    You ought to send that back to hime as a one line e-mail…. then sit back and wait for the sound of a multi – megaton head splosion!!!!!(eleventy!!!11!1!!111!!!!!11)

  26. freehand says

    A Masked Avenger says: Only a Judeo-Christian could write that kind of crap and not see any anti-Semitism in it
    .
    Hrm. Am I the only one that sees irony in that sentence?

    .
    I rather thought that was the point of it. but the original irony would be in the use of the term by Fundamentalist Christians. Do other groups actually say that? (Outside of inter-faith conferences, perhaps.)

  27. Donnie says

    Fuck off SLC80 or whatever your fuck brained username is. Stop preemptively calling out other commenters before they respond.

    You are a fucking bully by doing it. Stop it! My your fucking commentd without being a fucking passive aggressivr douche nozzle. ?….

  28. says

    These days it’s impossible find Jew Bread made with real children. I would recommend a good cream cheese instead of soy goy substitute. The soy kids really don’t taste anything like real kids.

  29. birgerjohansson says

    Maybe the writer is upset about Michael Weinstein and others hijacking perfectly good anglo-saxon names like “Michael”? Also, “Luke” and “Paul”.
    — — — — —
    “jewbread soked with the blood of innocent Christian children”
    That is a blatant misunderstanding. He is conflating it with the secret ingredient of neem bread, not bagels (“long pig” is not Kosher).

  30. birgerjohansson says

    “servant of satan”
    FAIL. Everybody knows The Doctor killed that fellow in “The Pyramids of Mars”.

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