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The Impending Economic Collapse: James Wesley Rawles

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11 comments to The Impending Economic Collapse: James Wesley Rawles

  • dishesdealer417

    Although there is a lot of good info here, Rawles has to go full religious crazy and say that if you aren’t a christian you are going to die because god doesn’t like you.

    I’m not a christian and I am prepped. I am also a mean girl, I was raised shooting, I was raised that I had a RIGHT TO SHOOT if necessary. I was raised with prepping since the 1970s. If anybody is going to survive, if there is any freaking way to do it, it is me. He didn’t have to be so freaking offensive to people like me.

    • Mr Numbertaker

      I dont think it was his intention to be offensive, he was just expressing his belief and wishing us all a blessing.

      In my experience, if a Christian, or a Jew, or a Muslim express their faith through goodwill to others and a genuine desire to help, then I accept it as such, even if it can sometimes come across as being ‘talked down to’ or even chastised.

      I have also found that often people confuse religion with faith, and if you do not follow ‘their’ religion they assume that you have no faith. This is not always the case.

      For the record I dont subscribe to any religion but I do believe in God almighty and have deep faith. I have also read the holy books of the 3 Abrahamic faiths, and have understood the messages in each.

      I personally, took no offense from the Christian sermon at the end as it was said with goodwill, and I accepted it as such. Please dont be too hard on him as his heart is obviously in the right place and his intentions commendable.

      This was an excellent interview, but it did leave me feeling very underprepared.

      • DT

        I’m not attempting to be offensive, I’m just trying to clarify something out of love, from my perspective.

        I believe that if you say you have read the Bible, understood its message and yet are not a Christian, you have not understood its message or you have chosen to intentionally disregard it and suffer the consequences (which in my mind, is pure insanity).

        The Gospel in a nutshell says all have sinned under the Law and doomed to hell because God is just and holy. The problem with most people is that they do not realize the grave situation of this and just how sinful we all are. Jesus Christ was sent to take away that sin and make us acceptable to God. The only way to eternal salvation is to believe in Christ and truly live your life the way He did, and He will help you do it.

        The most TERRIFYING part of God…is that He is good:

        I say these things out of genuine concern for your soul, don’t take it the wrong way.

        I really enjoy the ministry of Living Waters, they have great resources you can use:

        • Mr Numbertaker


          Thankyou for message of concern, and no of course I do not take any offence – I understand the goodwill behind it.

          Please also except my goodwill to you in return, but also understand and respect that I do not wish to discuss the nature of my faith over the net, especially not on a public internet platform.

          I am sure that you and I could have some interesting conversations over a coffee, but over the net, sadly, no.

          I do however wish you the very best.

        • dishesdealer417

          I completely 100% deny any reality to original sin which is a nasty doctrine of hatred that has justified thousands of years of oppression to women. I think that having a religion based on a ritual blood sacrifice of the supposedly best amongst you (jesus) is also a negative. No wonder all these neocons think it is okay to sacrifice america’s children to bloody wars of conquest.

          Furthermore I don’t understand why Adam, who is a nasty ball-less little snitch is okay with christians for blaming a female for his own bad choices.

          You can believe whatever you want, but referring to the bible like it means anything to me is worthless.

    • bubba

      DD…see you on the other side.

  • DT

    For the preaching of the cross is to them that perish foolishness; but unto us which are saved it is the power of God.

    1 Corinthians 1:18

    • dishesdealer417

      For people who consider themselves to be patriots, people like Rawles tend to ignore the constitution when it comes to freedom of religion or in my case freedom from other people’s religion.

      Now he is entitled to his personal opinion, but he is falling for the NWO divide and conquer strategy. They have their “christians only” hook in him but good. He needs to wake up to every non christian who could be helpful to him and fight alongside him but he just said we were all going to die because we weren’t with his god.

      That is straight up sleepy time NWO fool.

  • Steve_D

    Why do I always feel so under prepared after listening to this guy.

  • PitBull Pappa

    “Why do I always feel so under prepared after listening to this guy.”

    Any preparation is better than no preparation my friend. This was a very informative interview and I’m glad I took the time to listen to the entire thing. Sometimes Alex goes off on one of his tangent rants & I stop listening because it get’s annoying. I am a fan of James Rawles and I never heard of the dark net before so I’ll definately be looking into that. Also I like the idea of getting a ham radio receiver to listen in on information if/when the system goes down. Learning ham radio operation is something that I’m not willing to put the time and energy into learning, but for those who are, I think it’s a great idea.

    Keep stack’n… hold strong & go long…


  • Rabbit

    LOL. Nice throat-clear-belch at 33:35

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