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Lord, we pray against this radical agenda we are seeing pushed in our nation. Break through the lies the children in our nation are being fed. Forgive us, Father.

The United States Army has released a recruitment ad in the form of a cartoon video that openly promotes gay pride and the LGBTQ agenda.

The ad follows the story of a woman named Emma Malonelord, with the narration stating that she was raised by two lesbians. She says that as the daughter of two moms, she has always fought for freedom.

By way of contrast, view the Russian Army recruitment ad below the U.S. recruitment ad. We found a version with partial subtitles.

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Here is what Brandon Morse had to say in a commentary from Red State:

In our first-world comfort, we’ve forgotten what the primary use of a military is for. Yes, it’s a multi-purpose organization with many talents, but its primary purpose is warfighting. Its primary trade is the ability to deal death be it finessing a single target with precision and speed or leveling an entire city if necessary. When confronted in the field, the military’s job is to eliminate its opposition without mercy and with such efficiency and strength that our enemies are horrified by the idea of confronting us again.

We’ve gotten too used to pushing buttons in air-conditioned rooms and watching something blow up on a screen. The safety that deadlier men have afforded us in the past has made us so soft that now our military is pushing the idea that it’s more important to be inclusive and politically correct.

Meanwhile, our enemies have no compunction to make a soft military that focuses more on social justice and modern western politics. It wants patriots willing to kill their country’s enemies and dominate any battlefield with strength and brutality. It doesn’t waste time attempting to appeal to people who are in it for anything else. It knows what it is and what it’s for. It strives to be the best at war, not the best at political correctness.

The strength and wellbeing of the western world are reliant on the U.S. military. If that falls internally, the west falls externally.

What do you think about these recruitment ads? Share in the comments below!

(Excerpt from American Greatness. Article by Eric Lendrum. Photo Credit: Canva.)

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  1. I love God and I love our country. My heart aches for all of the lies, sin, and confusion going on in our country right now.

    I did not expect to see what I saw in this particular ad. Granted, it pales in comparison to what the Russian army has. However, I commend this young lady for her drive, determination, and desire to serve in our military. She obviously has the physical capabilities to survive Boot Camp and that is commendable.

    Knowing the physical limitations that women have compared to men, no matter how strong the woman is, we women are no match for most men. Physically.

    But she has made a choice to serve and I really feel bad for her that many are disparaging what she has lived with.

    We who know Christ and know His word know that the choices her parents made contradict God‘s word. This young lady has not made those choices. Not that we know of. But it is apparent that she loves her parents.

    We can love the people who sin in this way and yet know and teach what God has said. To those who will listen, that is.

    Again, I commend the young lady for serving. I never served or had the desire to serve. May God bless her and keep her. And may she know and love Him.

    Thanks to all who have served and God bless you all.

    Amen! 1
  2. We are looking at the end result of carefully placed people carrying out a satanically driven agenda. The elites who have purposely placed these people have done so because a weak military means easy takeover by aggressive nations. In other words, they have “sold out”.
    When a military becomes more focused on political agendas instead of defending and fighting, a nation is in trouble.
    I pray that these political appointees will be removed from their positions and replaced with those who have a warrior leadership mentality. Not warmongers but people who know what they are called to do instead of serving some elitist ideology that thinks utopia can be achieved through their warped thinking.

    Amen! 24
  3. I am a woman but the more we “liberate” women the worse things get. I pray for bold leadership among Christian men who will be radical in faith, radical in training their spirits, radical in training their minds, radical in training their bodies!!!!

    Amen! 20
    1. Shannon, if all our God did for me is send His Son, Jesus, to die for me so that one day I could be with Him, and my loved ones, in heaven, that would be enough. I don’t know what your situation is, but I know God is our answer. He will never leave you or forsake you, please hold on, don’t let go of the one who loves you so much. God bless you.

      Amen! 24
    1. Do not grow weary in doing good for in due time we will reap if we do not give up. God’s ways are not our ways, nor his thoughts like our thoughts. His timing is not like ours either. 1,000 years is like a day to God. Gods Word and promises are true, steadfast, they don’t change like we do. We can trust in his sovereignty and plans for this nation. If we make the Lord our dwelling place this is what we’ll see: Psalm 91:7-8 A thousand may fall at your side,
      And ten thousand at your right hand;
      But it shall not come near you.
      Only with your eyes shall you look, And see the reward of the wicked.

      Amen! 19
    2. Dear Shannon, Beloved of the Lord, masterpiece of the Father’s hands created in Christ Jesus to do good works which He prepared in advance for you to do, Jesus loves you, right now, right where you are. Cast all your cares upon Him because He cares for you. He has led me to pray His word for you by name. “The word is near you;it is in your mouth and in your heart. If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved.” (1 Peter 5:6-11,Romans 10:8-13) I am praying for you, Shannon, the words of Ephesians 1:17-2:10 & 3:14-21.

      Amen! 8
    3. Dear Shannon,

      We have a daughter who feels the same as you. My heart goes out to you and I will pray for you. What I pray is that you will see God in the everyday things that He does for us.

      Like my daughter you might be looking for a specific answer to prayer. If He is not answering your prayer of the way you think He ought, then I’ll tell you what I tell her, He is God and He is wise and He is good. He knows what is best and He loves you. He loves you enough to not answer the prayer that you might be praying. Because He might have a higher or another purpose for you.

      If you wake up each day, it is because God gave you life. If you can walk, it is because God gave you the strength to walk. If you have eyes to see and a mind to think and mind that is operating, it is because God gave you those things.

      May you find God in what we all take for granted every day. I will pray for you as I pray for my daughter. Love, Pam

      Amen! 1
  4. My late husband, who served in the military, would be thoroughly disgusted with that ad. We need our military to be the military and not push any agenda, period! The homosexual/lesbian people would do well not to use our military for their agenda!!! Leave our military alone!! One man, one woman, that’s God’s plan……my God doesn’t make mistakes, EVER!!

    Amen! 38
    1. When I first saw the “new” Army Recruitment ad on the TV the other night, I couldn’t believe my eyes. I am one of four siblings of parents of the Greatest Generation of World War II. My dad proudly enlisted in the U.S Army after having worked a few years after college graduation. What he wanted more than anything was to defend our country from “all enemies foreign and domestic”. Unfortunately, two injuries he received during basic training in Fort Campbell, TX, got him discharged and he was unable to even get into officers training school. He was a proud man who wanted to serve his country and keep the freedoms we had – that both he and my mom instilled in us four children. If he, and my mom, were alive today, they would be appalled at what has happened to the freedoms and Judeo-Christian values that this country was founded on and how we were raised. I, for one, will not let them down! But there is ONE far greater who my parents gave their lives to, because He gave His life for them, and rose again from the dead, and that is Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ is the KING of kings and LORD of lords. Greater is HE (Jesus) who is in me than he who is in the world!

      Amen! 10
  5. I noticed that in the depiction of the two lesbian parents, one of them always looked like a (stereo)typical man. I find it curious that they reject a marriage of one man and one woman but they end up imitating it. I know not every lesbian partnership is like that, but enough are to give pause for thought.
    John Kennedy said, “Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country.” Joining the military is done for the country, not for you.

    Amen! 37
  6. The add is disgusting. We need a strong military. I pray we who know the trueth , pray and for God to intervene and restore righteousness to our nation and let every lying spirit be put under our feet. Let God ‘s Word be restored to every part of our nation , Trueth, honor therefor we be that beacon that shines over all the earth. God , we forgive those that don’t know the trueth , and ask You to open their blind eyes that they may know You and threth and honor be restored to our nation in every area, in Jesus Name.

    Amen! 38
  7. I am an Army retired LTC and my branch was Infantry. I was Ranger and airbone qualified and a Viet Nam combat veteran, April to April 69-70. During my career, I trained ROTC cadets at two different Universities and do have experience training women. The ones I trained and commissioned were excellent young leaders and made contributions to the force. None were Lesbians. None were raised by two mothers. The Army’s latest “outreach” to the homosexual community is just plain sick. When I served, homosexuals were discharged as undesirables for a good reason…they disrupt good order and discipline and are not able to function well with normal men and women under all conditions. The Russian recruiting ad is spot on…recruits are shown that they will be molded into a fighting unit whose purpose is to defend their country. Whoever put this sad recruiting video together should be relieved of duty. The force behind the video that pushes this BS needs to be flushed out of the Army ASAP.

    Amen! 83
    1. First of all, thank you for your service. God bless you! Everything you said is spot on. Other countries are laughing at our country right now because of the weakness we are showing in our so-called leaders. As you fought for the freedoms of this country, never give up speaking for those freedoms – no matter what anyone else says. You, sir, are a hero in every way and you have a lot to say to the so-called entitled generations in our country. They have no idea what’s headed their way. May God bless the United States of America and deliver us from all evil. May HIS kingdom come and HIS will be done on earth….and it already is in heaven.

      Amen! 10
  8. As a retired Navy veteran I am appalled and furious at the evil take over of our country’s military. While China makes super soldiers we make wokies. God please help America. I pray for our military daily and against another form of evil take over. This is frustrating and so depressing. Tribulation begins, Jesus is coming soon. Anytime Lord, anytime.🆘🇺🇸😥😥

    Amen! 80

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