Like a one man demolition derby of religious expression, atheist Mikey Weinstein has been using various religious hate groups to coerce branches of the military to listen to his diatribe against religion. As leader of the Military Association of Atheists and Freethinkers (MAAF), Weinstein’s bashing, particularly of Christian expression, has the ear of the Air Force and its secretary Michael B. Donley.
It is ironic how those claiming free thinking are the most guilty of intolerance of others and restricting expression of free thought. Not only do groups as MAAF want to eradicate religious expression so they don’t have to hear it, but they don’t want anyone else hearing anything about religion.
Here are just some examples of what the Air Force is doing to make Weinstein and groups as MAFF happy:
Within one hour of Weinstein complaining about an inspirational painting in the Air Force dining hall of Matthew 5:9 which noted, “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called the children of God”, Donley had the painting removed just this month.
Last month the Air Force ordered the removal of a video to “First Sergeants” because it merely mentioned the word “God”.
In April of 2012 the Air Force removed the word “Bible” from its approved list of items to be provided at its lodging facilities.http://archives.onenewsnow.com/culture/?id=1582250
After receiving a threatening letter from MAAF in February of 2012, the Air Force removed the word “God” from the logo of its Rapid Capabilities Office.
After one single complaint from an atheist group in November 2011, the Air Force Academy dropped its effort of Operation Christmas Child which provided Christmas presents to under privileged children throughout the world.http://archives.onenewsnow.com/culture/?id=1474104
Weintein, the MAAF, and other religious hate groups are not interested in the good that is done but only that their one sided philosophy be promoted at the expense of others. Weinstein also heads the “Military Religious Freedom Foundation” which promotes religious intolerance under the deceitful name of religious freedom. Weinstein’s hatred of Christianity is all but exposed in a column from the Huffington News.
Unfortunately in the current climate of increased anti-Christian expression in America, groups as Weinstein’s MAAF and Military Religious Freedom Foundation are flourishing due to the lack of backbone being demonstrated by those in authority. The Air Force with Donley as the leader are flushing military tradition down the toilet rather than stand up to the bullying of those that detest religious expression.
Religious expression has always been a major part of the American tradition, from how America was founded to the fact that religious leaders played an intricate part in the founding of our country. In our military there are mountains of examples of religion being a part of military protocol, however atheistic groups as Weinstein’s are relentlessly scrubbing all evidence of religious expression and using revisionism to blot out how much God played a role in American history.
Their religious hatred is warping their reason they claim to possess.