These Rich and Famous Preppers Are Coming Out of Hiding

Rich and Famous are Prepping

These Rich and Famous Preppers Are Coming Out of Hiding

This is another article outlining the rich, famous and respectable people that are prepping for something coming in the future.

Are they crazy too? (Well, some of them probably are but that’s not really the point.) With more and more people coming out and making prepping mainstream it’s just a matter of time before those that aren’t prepping are in the minority.

theorganicprepper.comThe Walton family: The owners of Wal-Mart have a custom-built bunker in Bentonville, Arkansas that is big enough for their extremely large family. They built it shortly after the 9/11 attacks and it is guarded by a full-time security detail.

Antonio García Martínez: The former Facebook product manager purchased land in the Pacific Northwest. While he hasn’t provided a lot of details (good OpSec, sir), he has said that  “it is well equipped with solar and diesel generators, survival equipment, and all the firepower he believes he’d need to defend his stake.”

Steve Huffman: The co-founder of Reddit has undergone Lasix surgery to correct his vision because, in his own words, without glasses or contacts, if the world ends, he’s “f–ked.” Huffman also has a bunker and motorcycles to evacuate San Francisco. He said, ” I think, to some degree, we all collectively take it on faith that our country works, that our currency is valuable, the peaceful transfer of power — that all of these things that we hold dear work because we believe they work. While I do believe they’re quite resilient, and we’ve been through a lot, certainly we’re going to go through a lot more.”

  • John Malone: 2,200,000 acres in Wyoming and Colorado
  • Ted Turner: 2,000,000 acres in Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico and North Dakota
  • Philip Anschultz: 434,000 acres in Wyoming
  • Jeff Bezos: 400,000 acres in Texas
  • Stan Kroenke: 225,162 acres in Montana
  • Bill Gates: 28,000 acres in Arizona, in which he is creating his own town called Belmont

Source: These Rich and Famous Preppers Are Coming Out of the Bunker – The Organic Prepper

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2 Comments

  1. Don’t even bother “prepping” or attempting to “survive”. There are NO survivable “End-of-the-World” scenarios anymore. NONE. If things ever got bad enough that you had to “survive”, you might as well not even bother. Spend your time and money and resources and energy on either making the world a better place in the first place, or just have fun while you can. If the SHTF or it’s TEOTWAWKI, there are over 400 nuclear power plants around the world that take about 50 years to shutdown, and no one is going to stick around to do that if they need to survive themselves, plus there most probably will not be any electricity, etc. So all (or most) of those nuclear plants will MELT DOWN, and 400 Chernobyls and Fukushimas will literally kill Planet Earth and EVERY living plant and animal on it. (arguably, SOME (very few) will “survive” (mostly plants and insects and small animals), but they will be the unlucky ones) THAT is the ABSOLUTE TRUTH of the situation as it now stands. And, statistically speaking, “SOMETHING” ‘BAD’ is going to happen sometime in the probable not-too-distant future. The Human Species has already slit its collective wrists, we are just waiting for the darkness to come.

    • I agree that the spent fuel ponds are a problem at these facilities. The reactors themselves aren’t really an issue as I understand it.

      I’m not sure where the 50 years to shut down comes from. Control rods are fully inserted by default so gravity should put them back in place if something happened. It would effectively cool the reactor so we wouldn’t have to worry about it.

      The chance of the reactor melting down is slim, the chance of an issue with the spent fuel ponds is much higher.

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