What can we learn from a man fighting desperately to conquer theocratic control over his country—all with a huge smile and an infectiously positive disposition?
Plenty, and that’s exactly what you’ll learn in this episode of the Way of the Renaissance Man podcast, featuring the indomitable spirit known as “Saber Rock.”
Saber Rock is an Afghanistan subject matter expert, English language Institute president, and an interpreter for the U.S. Marine Corps and Coalition Forces during the war against the Taliban in Afghanistan.
In this interview from the FreedomFest conference, you’ll hear his heart-wrenching personal story of valor, comradery, humor, pain, loss, action, adventure—and his fight back from death’s door to become a real-life hero. Saber Rock’s values and virtues, along with incredible story of his efforts to free the Afghan people from Taliban control, is the subject of the award-winning documentary film “Saber Rock,” which was directed and produced by my friends the Locastro brothers.
If you haven’t seen this short documentary, see it now. I guarantee it will be some of the best 30 minutes you’ll ever spend.
I am honored to be able to share Saber Rock’s story with you, and I’m even more honored to call him my friend.
How Saber Rock helped United States Marine Corps and Coalition Forces sway the hearts and minds of the Afghan people.
What gruesome measures the Taliban took to stop Saber Rock and his efforts for a Taliban-Free peace in the region.
What America doesn’t understand about the different tribes of Afghanistan and who the enemy really is over there.
What it was like to be killed and brought back to life.
How the United States government wants to send him back to the front lines.
And much more…
Learn More with Links:
Saber Rock’s Film Website: http://www.watchsaberrock.com/
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