Soldiers at Fort Hood, Texas Told That Christians are Terroristic Threats

Are Christian soldiers going to be prosecuted if they tithe to their church? Donate to Republican politicians who are aligned with the Tea Party?

According to the latest pre-deployment briefings soldiers are getting the answer is a shocking “YES”.


Soldiers attending a pre-deployment briefing at Fort Hood say they were told that evangelical Christians and members of the Tea Party were a threat to the nation and that any soldier donating to those groups would be subjected to punishment under the Uniform Code of Military Justice.

A soldier who attended the Oct. 17th briefing told me the counter-intelligence agent in charge of the meeting spent nearly a half hour discussing how evangelical Christians and groups like the American Family Association were “tearing the country apart.”

Michael Berry, an attorney with the Liberty Institute, is advising the soldier and has launched an investigation into the incident.

“The American public should be outraged that the U.S. Army is teaching our troops that evangelical Christians and Tea Party members are enemies of America, and that they can be punished for supporting or participating in those groups,” said Berry, a former Marine Corps JAG officer. Image

“These statements about evangelicals being domestic enemies are a serious charge.”

The soldier told me he fears reprisals and asked not to be identified. He said there was a blanket statement that donating to any groups that were considered a threat to the military and government was punishable under military regulations.

“My first concern was if I was going to be in trouble going to church,” the evangelical Christian soldier told me. “Can I tithe? Can I donate to Christian charities? What if I donate to a politician who is a part of the Tea Party movement?”

Another soldier who attended the briefing alerted the Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty. That individual’s recollections of the briefing matched the soldier who reached out to me.

“I was very shocked and couldn’t believe what I was hearing,” the soldier said. “I felt like my religious liberties, that I risk my life and sacrifice time away from family to fight for, were being taken away.”

And while a large portion of the briefing dealt with the threat evangelicals and the Tea Party pose to the nation, barely a word was said about Islamic extremism, the soldier said.

Of course, Fort Hood is still recovering from the act of “workplace violence” (as per the Obama Administration) committed by Nadal Hassan. It seems that the world is being tossed on its head.

“Our community is still healing from the act of terrorism brought on by Nidal Hasan – who really is a terrorist,” the soldier said. “This is a slap in the face. “The military is supposed to defend freedom and to classify the vast majority of the military that claim to be Christian as terrorists is sick.”

The Pentagon has hired Mikey Weinstein, an outspoken atheist to rebuild many of its training programs. In the past, Weinstein has stated that all Christians should be killed.

This training smells like Weinstein’s work.

If you are troubled by this news, reach out to your elected officials and let them know that you are outraged.

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3 thoughts on “Soldiers at Fort Hood, Texas Told That Christians are Terroristic Threats

  1. I just got this in my e-mail…so what is going on?The Pentagon has announced it’s putting a halt to U.S. Army briefings that label evangelicals and pro-family organizations, including the American Family Association, as domestic hate groups.

    Read the Army’s directive here.

    Last week, the AFA Action Alert challenged the Army’s anti-Christian training at Fort Hood, just as it did two weeks ago when a similar training session at Camp Shelby listed AFA as a “domestic hate group.”

    During a pre-deployment briefing last week at Fort Hood, soldiers were told that evangelical Christians and tea party members are a threat to the nation. Soldiers were also warned that donating to those groups could subject them to punishment under the Uniform Code of Military Justice.

    The Army’s directive responds directly to AFA’s urging that the military stop using bogus and misleading material supplied by the staunchly anti-Christian Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC).

    As part of the directive, the Pentagon reminds base commanders that it is their personal responsibility to see that all “trainers” take a “refresher course” to insure they abide by a strict code and use only pre-approved resources in their training sessions.

    This means that renegade “trainers” are strictly prohibited from using the erroneous fabrications from the SPLC website.

    I want to thank you for getting personally involved to help right this wrong. With your action, and with God’s help, we are making a difference!

  2. I am sorry… but what adult in their right mind still goes around calling himself Mikey??? The country is going you-know-where in a handbasket. FAST!

  3. I’m more concerned about the Christian crap that is going on in the military., Sorry, there should be no prayers at a commanders call. you want religion, go see the chaplain., none of this join my religion by the base mayor (CC) or vice mayor (CV). You’re in the military you’re there to follow orders and defend it. want to play missionary, get out of service or become a chaplain’s assistant.

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