Prather said he published a rebuttal for military personnel discharged for refusing to get the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine. "They've thrown out Marines, sailors and airmen without regard for their letter of reference for their religious exemption requirements. It's all part of the plan, but it's far from over," he noted.
CBS News reported on Dec. 14 that the Air Force has discharged 27 airmen for turning down the vaccine. According to a spokesperson from the branch, the 27 active-duty members received counseling about the vaccines in an attempt to convince them.
When they still refused, Air Force commanders went ahead with the decision to discharge the 27 for refusing to comply with a lawful order. The 27 discharged airmen had been with the military branch for less than six years, the report added.
Meanwhile, ABC 7 reported that the Marine Corps discharged 103 service members for turning down the COVID-19 vaccine. The service confirmed the move on Dec. 16 and added that 95 percent of active-duty Marines have received at least one vaccine dose.
"In 2020, I was warning America about what was happening and what was coming. In 2021, I have focused on explaining the details of what's going on. We are engaged in a fifth-generation war that is very low on kinetic violence: Most of it is covert. It is really about information influence operations to change culture," Prather said. (Related: Jeffrey Prather: Culture change is part of fifth-generation warfare – Brighteon.TV.)
"One of the symptoms of a fifth-generation war is you may not even know that you are in one. [However,] it's still very difficult for people to understand because they think kinetic war is the only type of war – [that's] not true at all. The government lost a fifth-generation war against this array of enemies, changing the culture. We are now engaged in a fourth-generation insurgent war against our own government."
Prather called on Americans to get involved in the fight for the republic, but lamented that American culture has become very lazy. "Easy is over and lazy isn't going to work. [This is] not the way America was founded, [this is] not the way the tribes and the pioneers were."
He proposed a sort of self-analysis that people can do – which he calls hazy, lazy, crazy or ready – before they can get involved. The title alluded to an earlier podcast Prather recorded.
First, he talked about the concept of "hazy." Prather said that hazy means people are still "not sure what's going on." He continued: "Either you're hazy because you're just not very intelligent, or you want to be purposefully ignorant."
He cited an example of a family training with him that remained hazy despite the reality around them. "They want to stay purposefully ignorant. They don't want to face that the world is worse today. So they just kind of ignore things – and they put their kids at risk."
Second, Prather touched on the concept of "lazy." He explained: "I understand there's a problem and I want to do something about it, but I want you to do everything for me."
"Easy is over. You've got to either find it, grow it, hunt it or make it. You've got to get out of your paradigms if you are lazy. They want everything done for them. That's not going to work. Laziness is not going to work anymore."
Third, Prather defined "crazy" as someone "doing the same thing over and other [and] expecting a different result." He mentioned the example of MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell who presented evidence of election fraud following his August 2021 Cyber Symposium. Lindell urged Americans to write to their respective attorneys general (AGs) to get investigations into vote fraud going.
"'Write to your AGs to get the cases going?' Well, in Maricopa County, where the great Arizona patriots did a fantastic volunteer job, what has happened? Nothing has happened. If you think you can go to these old institutions that were standing when we were growing up before they were infiltrated, and you're doing the same thing expecting a different result – you're crazy."
Lastly, Prather said that those who are ready are willing to let go of past paradigms and old conventions that no longer work. "It's going to require all of us to get involved and do whatever we can."
He called on those who are ready to eschew the paradigm that they have limited skill sets, saying that "everybody has a skill set" and "everybody has value." Prather also urged Americans to let go of the "lone survivor" paradigm common in action movies.
"You're going to have to ream up to do this [and] put aside differences with people that you don't like," he said. (Related: Jeffrey Prather talks about fifth-gen warfare and how Americans can fight for freedom – Brighteon.TV.)
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