"You could believe in truth, justice [and] freedom, but if you're not willing to take action toward those issues and you're not willing to actualize them somehow in your life, you'll never get anywhere," he told "The Zelenko Report" host Ann Vandersteel during the Brighteon.TV program's Jan. 16 episode.
"At the end of the day, you have to be willing to die for those issues – and a lot of people are not willing to do that."
Sangari, a retired Army lieutenant colonel with more than 20 years of battlefield experience, continued that people are unwilling to financially strain themselves or put their lives on the line to get to a point where they may have an effect on the world. Fighting for a cause is not an easy task, he added, as a person must be able to make it a part of his or her character and daily life.
Moreover, the CEO of the think tank Near East Center for Strategic Engagement (NEC-SE) said things have to get worse before people act and move forward as they have been trained and conditioned to be grounded in where they currently are.
He also expressed concerns with the way Americans act toward the information they are receiving these days.
"Today, what we see about how Americans are defining themselves [is that] we're coming across more as a socialist state, rather than individuals who believe in what the Founders have established for us," he said.
According to the NEC-SE CEO, it is unfortunate that most Americans have resigned to the belief that anything they do won't matter or won't change anything. "The next generation expects somebody else to clean up the mess, and they don't want to make sacrifices to make changes and reverse the efforts made by our enemies," he said.
Elsewhere in the program, Vandersteel revealed information from her contacts inside the European Parliament that the U.S. should be prepared for a cyber attack. The Zelenko Freedom Foundation co-chair also asked her guest about his two cents on the matter.
Sangari pointed out that Americans should be concerned because it could happen any moment.
"We're just not set up and ready to be able to counter any type of cyber attack against our systems. It goes back to the bureaucrats not doing anything about fixing their original issues and looking forward as to how to counter future technologies."
According to Vandersteel, Dr. Peter Pry has warned about electromagnetic pulse (EMP) threats and other threats happening in America. (Related: Peter Pry warns of the dangers of EMP weapons – Brighteon.TV.)
Aside from usual suspects China and Russia, Sangari mentioned Iran, Venezuela and other countries in South America are capable of launching EMP attacks against the United States. These countries, he added, are going to do it internally and externally using technologies they and their allies have at their disposal.
Americans today still refuse to believe that this reality might happen one day. Thus, Sangari reminded viewers to be prepared and remember the fact that the American nation has lots of enemies.