Thursday, May 2, 2013

So, whose side is our army on?

How has it come about that the execrable Mikey [sic] Weinstein is a consultant to the U.S. Army on religious tolerance, of all subjects?
Weinstein is the head of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, and says Christians--including chaplains--sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ in the military are guilty of “treason,” and of committing an act of “spiritual rape” as serious a crime as “sexual assault.” He also asserted that Christians sharing their faith in the military are “enemies of the Constitution.”
Odd. He seems strangely silent on Muslim proselytizing.


RebeccaH said...

How did he become a consultant? Look at the White House and draw your own conclusions.

mojo said...

Send him out into the weeds to do some "on-site research" in a combat zone.

Problem solved.

Spiny Norman said...

Strangely silent? Silent, yes, but for good reason: militant atheists attack Christians because they know full well that there will no repercussions - the Christians' "turn the other cheek" thing - but attacking Moslems might cause said militant atheist to lose his head, quite literally. And another thing making atheist attacks against Islam unlikely: militant atheists are, by default, left-wing ideologues and the Moslems' non-Western "otherness" ranks them high on the Left's "victimology" scale, therefore, off-limits for criticism. Pat Condell is the rare atheist who knows Christians are no threat, merely an annoyance, but Moslems really do want to see him dead for his beliefs (or "non-beliefs" in his case).

bruce said...

Good grief.

We really are in the twilight zone.

Robert of Ottawa said...


Kneedipper (New Democratic Party) budget introduced in Ontario.

Problem is, the Kneedippers are not the government, the Liberals are. But, with a minority government, you do whatever to gain support from other parties.

So, amazingly, with an already broke government that borrows billions each year, has increased spending.

Robert of Ottawa said...

Spiny, also, militant atheists cannot be restricted as they are not promulgating a religion.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous 1 said:

Time for a mass military pray in - and see what they do. Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition!

Paco said...