"There are inflection points that we need to pay attention to about our warrior heritage, our American heritage," he said. "Of course, the core of that is our ethics based upon our Judeo-Christian native truth – which have completely fallen."
According to Prather, these native truths have been replaced by the demonic demigods Moloch, Baal and Ishtar – as evidenced by the prevalence of lust, pornography, infanticide and transgenderism.
Despite this, the "Prather Point" host said anyone who has seen the heritage of the American warrior can be awed by it, be inspired by it and eventually emulate it. He added that when people learn about this heritage, they would realize that they can do a lot more than they thought they could do.
The former intelligence officer noted that sacrifice is going to be the name of the fight, not the name of the game. Prather continued that the veterans of World War II (WWII) – who were mainly responsible for upholding this heritage – are smarter, stronger, more well-adjusted and more successful than civilians. However, these veterans are now white-haired and aged and the next generation is going to have to step up and uphold the same bravery and heroism their forefathers espoused. (Related: Prather Point: Jeffrey Prather calls on veterans to rescue the American Republic – Brighteon.TV.)
The "Prather Point" host noted in his program that June 5 is the anniversary of the Battle of Midway in the Pacific Theater of WWII. The succeeding day, June 6, is the anniversary of the D-Day landing in Normandy. For the latter, Prather recommended the 1962 epic war film "The Longest Day."
He expounded that "The Longest Day," based on the 1959 book by Cornelius Ryan, even had people who were present during the landings. Some British servicemen who were former commandos and took part in the battles there also related their experiences during that point.
Prather noted that the "fabulous" film highlighted how the U.S. and the U.K. chose freedom over slavery. He also mentioned that Russia was a member of the Allies during WWII, far from how it is portrayed today. According to the Brighteon.TV host, war movies such as "The Longest Day" were a great way to learn and teach history to the family and other people.
Prather also recounted the stories of two heroes. First, he cited 2nd Lt. Owen John Baggett (1920-2006), who managed to kill a pilot of a Japanese Zero fighter plane while hanging from his parachute. Prather lauded the Air Force lieutenant's skill in drawing his service weapon and shooting the enemy pilot between the eyes, something he described as "an incredible feat of bravery."
Second, he cited Cpl. Desmond Doss (1919-2006), the hero of Hacksaw Ridge. The pacifist Army corporal and medic was given the Medal of Honor without even firing a single shot after he single-handedly saved the lives of 75 American soldiers in Okinawa. When asked about why he never carried a gun, Doss said "he was in the business of saving lives, not taking them."
Prather said if people don't study these things, the propaganda press and Hollywood won't be showing them – and they would have to look for these things themselves. "These true stories and incredible acts of heroism are what America is going to need again to rescue the American republic, especially with the younger generation not having much commitment and resolve," he said.
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