His primary point, which is not obvious within the clip, is that a society that does not meet the basic needs of its people (the masses) is doomed to collapse. Over the past 30 years, the US economy has grown, but 80% of that benefit went to 1% of the population. The fruits of the US economy are not equitably (I don't mean equally) shared. Our economy is behaving far more like Mexico and other 3rd world economies than a 1st world democracy. This trend acts to undermine the stability of our society (and thus our economy). Unless these trends are corrected, the US will collapse.
Instead of a healthy discussion on the merits of the initial proposition, this thread quickly degenerated into the size of individual arsenals and who can shoot straight. Who cares? Does anyone really want to live through a US revolution? You might save your physical body, but you are not going to save you lives. They will change forever ...and, if its really the apocalypse, your guns and money are going to be irrelevant.