56. No One Is Coming To Save You

14 comments to 56. No One Is Coming To Save You

  • Aurochs

    Thank you Chris, true wisdom. Ayn Rand would be proud.

    “I have been to see the enemy and he is us.” Pogo

  • Eilev

    A comment on the technicalities of this video: One of the best productions I have seen on DTOM when it comes to narrative and speed. The short pauses at the right time makes all the difference. Well done.

  • Dave

    Overall, I think this is a great message, especially in this week leading up to Easter. When Jesus himself walked the earth some 2000+ years ago and was headed into Jerusalem on “Palm Sunday”, the people at that time believed he was going to become king and lead them to victory and save them from the grip of the all powerful Roman government. They believed he was coming to Jerusalem to make right all that was wrong with the physical world of their time. Likewise, at least here in America, we’ve been looking to the likes of Ron Paul, et al, to save us from the beast called our American government. As much I like him, voted for him, and want him to win, that ain’t happenin’!! It will be as you have said…when we walk away and take our consent away; THAT is when things will change.

    That said, honest-to-God FAITH _does_ play in a role in how things play out from here.


  • lastmanstanding

    I have always been my own salvation…are you going to be yours?

    If you are, I will stand with you…and you…and you.

    God simply wants it that way…why do so few get it?…that is how the planet works…

    cause it is going to end horribly for most…remember, you always get a choice.

  • Rainmaker

    Silver Sheild, very well written and moving video. I agree on most all points, but reserve the right to diasagree with respect to “no one is coming to get you”. While I understand the message as a metifore, it is difficult to accept that when for millenia Man has coveted from others and has done so viciously and violently, without remorse in most cases. It could as easily be said, “someone is always coming to get you”.

    There are two kinds of people, those that want to be left alone and those that will not leave you alone. If you want to be left alone that does not mean that others will (as they cannot) leave you alone.

  • Ben

    Best ever…


  • Dave

    I have two answers. In this physical world, yes, to the extent possible I have and will always be my own man to determine my destiny, while also relying on others to join forces…no man can do this on their own. I don’t believe in the lone-ranger. From a Spirtual perspective, heck no. I absolutely rely on a Higher-Power. in my case, Jesus!

  • Jeff Stein

    Brilliant Video as always! Its funny, I recently read some articles about mass arrests of globalists imminent. http://www.divinecosmos.com/start-here/davids-blog/1035-divineintervention1 http://www.in5d.com/proof-of-atlantis.html http://www.in5d.com/imminent-mass-arrests-of-globalists-bankers-political-elite.html

    This video pretty much summed my reaction and thoughts after reading/watching these articles to a T. This Blind faith, although seemingly hopeful, is no way to live your life.

  • SilverFox

    Excellent! Excellent! Excellent! What a great and true message. No one is coming to save us. We must save ourselves and try to save others as best we can. Don’t fall into the debt and death trap. I am 49, I had 12 cars in my life and a car payment on only 1. The first one. The rest I saved along the way to buy a car for cash. My wife and I lived with my parents for 5 years and in that time we saved enough to buy a house for cash. We all must open our eyes and live life the way it’s supposed to be lived. Thank you Chris, this message really resonates with me.

  • Dave

    My apologies: I largely like and agree with what you are saying, but there is one element I perceive being specifically excluded from your video as being irrelevant. Are you suggesting that the Founding Fathers of this once great nation did not have faith and did not look to the Creator, God Almighty for direction and inspiration and strength to develop and execute their plans for a free nation and a free people and a just governemnt and monetary system? Are you suggesting that FAITH should not play a role now and when the collapse comes, and beyond? Yes, we’ve severely deviated from the foundations. Yes, it has happened over many, amany generations. Yes, there are consequnces which we are now only on the verge of experiencing, in spades. Yes, we must be focused on the matters at hand. Yes, we must be prepared. Yes, we have a measure of intellect which we can and MUST use to prepare and survive and rebuild. Yes, we must see the world anew. Yes, knowledge and understanding of things is required, but from where does the WISDOM come to act in the most opportune moment with the most effective means? Yes, yes, yes to most all you’ve said!! But, philosophy and theology are two different ways of explaining the world around us, good, bad or indifferent. But, I respectfully suggest that if “we” leave God out of the picture, as philosophy does, as we go forward, “we” will be vastly worse off when all is said and done, physically, mentally, emotionally, and for certain, spiritually. I am not at all suggesting this turn into a religious discussion, yet like it or not, humans are spiritual beings;its built into our human DNA. As such, it should be reflected in all that we say, do, and are. Many Blessings!

  • And there was I waiting for Ron Paul to come and save my ass. Weir told me to LOL :-)

    Good advice, Chris. Think and do for yourself.

    Ain’t no-one that can ‘fix’ a 1340’s-style crash.

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