Mikey Weinstein, founder of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, gets a lot of hate mail. In fact, his wife Bonnie just published her second book of hate mail and that’s only a small portion of what they get. And it’s almost always viciously anti-Semitic. Here’s the latest one he’s sent me:
From: Nomen Nescio
Subject: Fuuck you dirty kikes
Date: August 31, 2019 at 2:25:10 PM MDT
If you asshole kikes had acttually BEEN in the military, you would know there are almost NONE of your kind in the service.
Jew parasites are too greedy to serve the country, which isn’t theirs in the first place.
Kikes are nation wreckers and parasites, nothing more.
And muslims? Fuck those stone age motherfuckers too. Who gives a shit about those scumbags?
Fuck all you SJW assholes, I wonder how many kikes are among the heads of your shit organization.
I hope you all get cancer.
From a guy who undoubtedly considers himself a Christian, a follower of Jesus, who was himself Jewish. Mike Farrell — yes, that Mike Farrell, BJ Honeycutt from MASH — wrote Nomen a response:
I don’t know if the email address you used is real, but whether it is or not it couldn’t have been more perfectly chosen. “nobody” is the perfect description for you. It captures your self-hatred and your pathetic need to rant and rave and screech out the pain you feel at having such an empty, meaningless life.Cowardice and self-hatred are always clear in the anti-Semitic and anti-Islamic rants we see here, but I think you’ve done an amazing job of demonstrating why people like you wear hoods to hide your faces. Such incredible emptiness has to be painful beyond understanding for most normal people, so it stands to reason that you, feeling so miserable and hopeless, have trouble looking in a mirror, let alone allowing rational folks to see the ugliness that is written all over you.
I’m sorry you’ve allowed yourself to sink to these depths, Norm, but we like to think there’s hope for everyone, so, hard as it may be, take a good look at yourself, weep for a while, and try to find something positive to do. It’ll be hard, I know. It’s a long road back, but it’s worth the effort.
(MRFF Board of Advisors)
This is very standard for this kind of mail, which they receive literally on a daily basis, all for defending the rights of our servicemen and women not to have religion forced upon them. This is how theocrats and Christian chauvinists think — this is OUR country and how dare you object to our religious domination of it.