Attacks Against Military Religious Freedom Go Viral

Jun 10th, 2013 | By | Category: News Posts

soldiersprayingThe relentless attacks against religious liberty for members of the Armed Forces are going viral.

At least four such incidents have come to light within the past month – and more are expected.

The militant atheist Mikey Weinstein, head of the misnamed Military Religious Freedom Foundation has been spearheading many of the attacks against Christians in the military – and the top brass at the Pentagon seem to be bowing to each of his demands.

One incident involves  Army Master Sergeant Nathan Sommers who is facing retribution for having a NOBAMA bumper sticker on his car and for reading The Great Destroyer by David Limbaugh. The book describes Obama’s wrecking ball approach to governing.

Sommers had a similar experience when he was reading a book by Mark Levin. He was told not to read Levin’s book while in his uniform.

According to Sommers: “It seems like with the repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell–that the Christians have been the ones who’ve had to go underground and in the closet–for fear of retaliation and reprisals.” In a word, Sommers says that Christians “have to hide.”

In another incident, the Air Force has just removed a YouTube video from the Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakhurst military base because it mentions “God” and might offend atheists and Muslims.

The video was created by the base chapter to honor First Sergeants. The chaplain had written a poem, “God Created A First Sergeant” and later adapted it for the video.

According to the chief of the Air Force News Service Division: “Proliferation of religion is not allowed in the Air Force or military. How would an Agnostic, Atheist or Muslim serving in the military take this video?” … “I would not recommend using this at all.”

These attacks will continue, as long as Obama is in the White House and Mikey Weinstein has an open door into the Pentagon. Both are clearly determined to do a thorough cleansing of Christianity from the U.S. Armed Forces.

 

 

 

 

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