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If bigotry and persecution are things we see from a known enemy… then why are we accepting this same behavior within our own military- being led by an Atheist as a consultant against our own troops that are christian? There seems to be more afoot than a simple desire to limit or contain activity… and it would adhere more to motives and desires of “naked control,’ if by either one with no faith or many- as those that signed on to the “Manhattan Declaration.” Can it be true… does this exist within our own military? Damn right it does… and one of the more notable consultants is this man, Mikey Weinstein. See the type of vitriol and open unbiased hatred this man has for christians or christianity as a whole… where we get the notion,”To love our brother (fellow man) as ourself.” If it is naked hatred, and it sounds like what is coming from this man’s mouth does qualify as hatred, then it is a “hate criminal being used as a consulting authority!” I can see nothing beneficial about this guy, a prima facie (at first sight) witch-hunt with him as the Inquisitor general, on making suggestions as to how the military should handle something he knows nothing about (by his own denial or refusal to acknowledge)- religious matters.

Do these issues of definition matter any more? See below…

Bigotry: intolerance toward those who hold different opinions from oneself.

Persecution: being subject to hostility and ill-treatment, esp. because of their race or political views or religious beliefs (Jews were persecuted by the Nazi regime as christians are in the Muslim world today)

George Washington would roll over in his grave… to know this is going on today. Here is a topic I wrote on,”Religious Freedom,” and please note it DID NOT mean free to bash any Religion openly. Please look here for my Article, entitled,”To bigotry no sanction, to persecution no assistance,” and see if you don’t agree with me. Furthermore, how this guy is considered sane and not as if he were from a dysfunctional family is beyond me. All I can think to do, which might do him some good, is pray for him. Pray for our troops while you are at it!