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Dec 24 2012

MRFF Gets Christmas Email

So, while taking a break from trying to figure out where the hell the batteries go in a toy I got for one of the kids I hang out with on Christmas, I decided to check my MRFF emails. As usual, December 24 is one of those days when I just have to shake my head at the irony. Yes, as one of the “instruments of satan,” I’m spending my Christmas Eve engaging in diabolical war-on-Christmas activities like wrapping Christmas presents, while the nice little “Christians” are apparently gathered around their Christmas trees thinking about the people they hate — and emailing them, of course:

From: [email protected]
Subject: lake of Fire Awaits you
Date: December 24, 2012 10:56:50 AM MST
To: <——@militaryreligiousfreedom.org>

Christ was born and lives to conquer the World with grace and His Word away from satan. The U.S. of A was born to carry the Word of Jesus to the fallen world at large. Our military is the sacred instrument of Jesus to save the world from itself. And etenity in Lake of Fire. You and your ‘charity’ are the instruments of satan, mr. Mickey Wienstien. You use your jew lawyer clever traits to enslave our soldiers away from the Only Truth ofChrist. But you will fail of course. (2 Timothy 2:26) Only the lake of Fire will be your award for all time. And the inheritance of your evil wife and ugly children. and all who serve you. You all will burn forver as you serve the dark one. Merry Christmas to the doomed fool mickey. Enemy of our Lord and Savior. your time to plunge draws close. And heaven and earth will rejoice in your certain damnation. ‘and you (wienstein) will be tormented day and night forever and ever.’ (Revelations 20:10)

 

Well, Merry freakin’ Christmas to you, too, “[email protected]

Now, back to figuring out where the hell the batteries go in this damn toy! I will not have my Christmas ruined by Christians!

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  1. 1
    hexidecima

    golly sounds like those idiots who are all about imprecatory prayer again! Funny how they’ve failed so badly. I do love to see Christians declare their Prince of Peace to be a hateful warmongering idiot, just like them. What’s highly entertaining that this particular idiot cites 2 timothy 2:26 and the poor thing simply has to ignore verse 25, the first part of the sentence, that says that “Opponents must be gently instructed”. I’m sure that word “gently” got their knickers in a knot.

    Merry Christmas, little twisted Christian. You’ve given me a lovely present, showing again that only some Christians have sadistic little fantasies and that your religion has no truth at all behind it.

  2. 2
    John Hinkle

    My wife saw this somewhere:
     
    Keep Christ in Christians

  3. 3
    Stacy

    I’m sure that barely-literate missive was sent in purest Christian love.

    You all will burn forver as you serve the dark one.

    Not me. Forver is wicked difficult to light. You need like a whole can of lighter fluid. I’m sticking with wood.

  4. 4
    Argle Bargle

    The U.S. of A was born to carry the Word of Jesus to the fallen world at large.

    Funny, that goal was never mentioned in the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, the Federalist Papers, or the writings of the so-called Founding Fathers. Perhaps tkle1 could enlighten us about where this idea is expressed besides in the wishful thinking of Christian fanatics.

  5. 5
    Rob

    An idiot, an illiterate and a racist. Nice.

    …your jew lawyer clever traits…

  6. 6
    Crudely Wrott

    Wow. A full service Christian. Not only “righteous indignation” but personal slurs and invective to family, friends and random cultures and professions. And just in time for one of the nicest days of the year. Nobody can say they’ve been overlooked with such attention to detail as this.

    By their love ye shall know them.

  7. 7
    Nichelle

    Been in the US Air Force (my views are not that of the Air Force, they are my own) 5 years as an out atheist. If the military is a “sacred instrument of Jesus” I have not seen it. And I’ve been looking, I see nothing sacred about a bunch of caffeine addled 20 somethings looking for college money or their future retirement. Good people, dedicated and knowledgeable, but if your looking for an instrument of God, I’d look elsewhere. But you all knew that; It’s the other guy I’m worried about.

  8. 8
    gratch

    Whenever you read these emails where they happily tell you you’re going to burn unless you turn back now they always sound like used car salesmen to me.

    “Well right now you’re looking at the standard burn and torture in Hell Eternity package. But… I talked to my manager and he’s authorised me to make you this one time offer. Stop disagreeing with us and you won’t be tortured for all eternity. Not good enough? Jeez you’ve got me over a barrel here. Okay, here’s what we’ll do. No torture, no burning and you spend forever in Paradise with us and God. What do you say?”

  9. 9
    jnorris

    jew lawyer clever traits to enslave our soldiers away from the Only Truth of Christ

    Why is Jesus, King of the Jews, so powerless against Jew lawyers. One would think the only begotten son of the “Creator of the Universe” could bibbidi-bobbidi-boo up a clever True Christian lawyer at least once every generation.

  10. 10
    OldEd

    And Stacey, here’s another one: “And etenity in Lake of Fire”.
    I wonder just what an “etenity” is…

  11. 11
    Markita Lynda—threadrupt

    Shorter: “My imaginary friend will get you! Just you wait!”

  12. 12
    Mike Morrison

    So let me get this straight. This “Christian” uses “personal slurs and invective to family, friends and random cultures and professions” (@#6), is an “idiotic illiterate racist” (@#5), and has ADD to boot!

    “Our military is the sacred instrument of Jesus to save the world from itself. And etenity in Lake of Fire. You and your ‘charity’ are the instruments of satan, mr. Mickey Wienstien. ”

    I literally could not get past the bolded sentence. The randomness shut down all faculties of logic in my brain. The other day, while at work, a coworker of mine, just out of the blue, randomly said:

    “I want to go home and tranquilize a squirrel.”

    Mind. Blown.

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