"No matter where you live, no matter how long you've been there, someone else came there first before you to the place where you now play, live and sleep soundly. But they did not play; they patrolled. They did not sleep; they stood watch. And often, in doing their duty, they did not live to complete it. They paid the price in blood for you so that you could play, live and sleep there," he said.
Prather then called on Americans to "secure the ground, hold the line and make it safe for all the others."
According to the Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Day was originally celebrated to commemorate the end of World War I on Nov. 11, 1918. It later became a celebration honoring American veterans for their "patriotism, love of country and willingness to serve and sacrifice for the common good."
Prather then explained why Veterans Day is an important celebration for living veterans. "It's because we honor our warriors as they follow a type of warriorship. This warriorship is based upon American exceptionalism – [which] is based on the fact that we love life and freedom," he said.
"We love life and freedom so much that we will send our sons and daughters to fight, kill and die for it – even sending them out to foreign countries. We always win when we are unleashed, because the world has never seen the equal of the American warrior. [But we] do something that no one else in the history of the world has ever done: We give that country back. And that's what makes us exceptional: our love of life and freedom."
The "Prather Point" host said the love of freedom and life serves as the essential element of American warriorship. He added that it is based on morals that stem from three core spiritual beliefs. "That's a trinity of 'Judeo,' Christian and native [American] beliefs," Prather pointed out.
Prather said the 'Judeo' part consists of the Mosaic law. He also noted that the Founding Fathers saw themselves as the new Israelites. He cited two examples: "Benjamin Franklin … wanted the Great Seal of the U.S. to be Moses parting the Red Sea with a pillar of fire behind him. Thomas Jefferson signed his letters [with] 'yours in Christ.'"
For the Christian part, Prather quoted the two great commandments of Jesus as mentioned in the Gospel. "Of course, the two commandments of the Savior states: Love your neighbor as yourself; and love God with all your might, heart, soul and mind." (Related: Dr. John Diamond: Government, God and rights are inseparable – Brighteon.TV.)
The third core belief stems from the warrior law of native American tribes. "Nothing must ever be done to harm children, and everything is born of woman," Prather said. Compartmentalizing these three beliefs into a moral and national ethic makes for strong American citizens, he added.
The Brighteon.TV host said the corrupt U.S. government lost a culture war against China in 2020. "What's special about the Chinese is they figured out that no one can take on the American warrior head-on. They changed the culture of the U.S. government. That's why [it's] now boys are girls, medicine is poison, the good guys are the bad guys." (Related: Jeffrey Prather: Culture change is part of fifth-generation warfare – Brighteon.TV.)
Prather named China and other foreign and domestic traitors as the ones responsible for this loss. These included entities controlled by globalist George Soros; Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and other Big Tech executives; and the drug cartels.
"While they beat up the U.S. government, they did not change the culture of America. America as a nation did not lose that war, just our corrupt government. The American people have not; they are gathering and they are growing stronger," he said.
"Our culture of freedom and life is growing stronger every day. They do not hold the human terrain and they are losing human terrain daily. We need warriors to restore our Constitution and our Republic, and we are in the process of doing that."
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