The Wealthy Are Buying Multi-Million Dollar Bunkers With "Highest Level Of Military Grade Security"

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Authored by Mac Slavo via,

After Donald Trump was elected president, a lot of the fears and concerns that were once so common among conservatives and libertarians, seemed to fade.

That state of relief was proven to be temporary, but fears of financial collapse and social disintegration still aren’t as prevalent now as they used to be. A lot of people have let their guard down, because they think things will be alright since “their guy” is in office.

But they should be concerned, because while they’ve been breathing a sigh of relief, wealthy elites and celebrities have been prepping like crazy. And it’s not just America, it’s people living abroad as well. So when high profile individuals are getting ready for the worst, you have to wonder if they know something that we don’t.

It’s a question we should be asking ourselves as more and more people in the upper class begin to buy luxury bunkers that can survive anything man or nature can throw at them. That’s what we’re seeing deep in the heart of Kansas, where a company called Survival Condo has bought a decommissioned nuclear silo, and is in the process of turning it into an underground condo complex with multiple residences that can be sold for between $1.5 million and $4 million.

According to the owner of the company:

“What we’re looking at is there’s an increasing array of threats like tornadoes and hurricanes and solar flares and pandemics and terrorism and food shortages,” Mr Hall told ABC News’ 60 Minutes“There are so many things that happen every day all around the world and people are just hoping it doesn’t happen to them. But what if it does?”


Survival Condo claims that they “have the highest level of military grade security that offers both lethal and non-lethal measures in order [to] protect our residents.”


Additionally, the apartments have a full fibre optic intranet, data-streaming capabilities for education, information, and entertainment, as well as silo-to-silo network links and communications.


Not only are these compounds ready for any fathomable disaster, they are fully decked out in amenities designed to appeal to Survival Condo’s customer base. The compounds consist of a cinema, indoor pool and spa, medical first aid centre, bar, rock climbing wall, gym, and library.


“We’ve got a kids waterslide and waterfall in here, so it’s a little piece of the tropics right here in Central Kansas,” Mr Hall said.

And to give you an idea of just how sophisticated this bunker complex is, it will be able to feed its residents for up to five years by raising fish and growing food with hydroponics and UV lights. The condos are filled with LED screens that can portray outdoor scenery, presumably to keep wealthy residents sane while they sit around in a concrete bunker for several years.

There’s even an armored vehicle for picking up condo owners who are up to 400 miles away when the SHTF, so they can be whisked away to their new home. The owner of Survival Condo was interviewed by CNBC news several months ago, where he revealed several other impressive details about his vast shelter, which is expected to be completed in 2018.

That’s an astonishing level of preparedness that only the wealthy can afford. Some would even call it overkill, though they don’t realize that disaster like an EMP or a nuclear war could plunge our nation into darkness for years at a time.

The rich however, know how bad things can get, and they’re gearing up for it. Are you?

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Deathrips's picture

And the crew installing it is the first one there in a crisis.



BLOTTO's picture

Eventually you'll need to come out...

nmewn's picture

Man the oxygen generators Sulu, there's trespassers above!

Sulu? ;-)

Beam Me Up Scotty's picture

Stick a hose in it and turn on the water.  Thats how you flush animals out of holes.

NoDebt's picture

These bunkers will do about as much good for those who buy them as their 42' Cigarette boat will.  It's a SCAM.  First off, they are too far away to get to in a true SHTF situation, especially if you live in NY or London or Hong King (which most do who are buying thsese things).  Second, and more to the point, the guy who sold it to you knows how to get into it.  And he doesn't feel like dying outdoors either.


dogismycopilot's picture

a 42' cig boat is a lot more fun.

Bigly's picture

To me it would be death to be undergtound in (large) 'coffins' for longer than a couple of days...max. No fresh air, sun...  claustrophobic people understand what I mean.

Alt_Right_Girl's picture

Don't worry, the chinks will ruin the fun for them.

They'll teleport themselves inside.

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Deathrips's picture



RIP's picture

The triggering is strong with this one.

Funny how lefturds out themselves.

AVmaster's picture

That's fine. I'll stay above ground on my uninhabited island somewhere in the south pacific. 

espirit's picture

Strange that those buying silo bunkers never realize that pumps must work to keep the water out.

It's gonna get mighty crowded on the top floor before they drown.

land_of_the_few's picture

Something interesting for the archaeologists later.

Idaho potato head's picture

Living with a bunch of greedy, soft, sociopaths sounds great doesn't it?

scoutshonor's picture

It would be nice if when they build them they configure the cameras for live streaming so we can watch as they go all "lord of the flies."  

I'm not proud of it but I would binge watch that shit all day every day.

land_of_the_few's picture

Just make them think there has been a nuke strike. Then watch and subtly torture them for years.

junction's picture

The real rich, with solid connections, know that the only secure bolthole in case of nuclear war is the under ice base the United States has in the Antarctic, accessible by submarine.  That base is the one the Nazis first found in the 1930s.  For power, you have a low-emission nuclear reactor.  There is plenty of fresh water, from ice melted using power from the reactor.  Unlike the shelters in converted silos, this "Ice Station Zebra" is really isolated, its existence a classified secret.

Dragon HAwk's picture

Damn Submarine crew is going to want to stick around.. and Women don't like it cold.

gregga777's picture

Do you have any idea what it's like trying to live in a place that's dark at least 6 months out of the year with temperatures no higher than about 40 degrees below zero (C or F, there ain't any difference)?  And all the while surrounded by thousands of square miles of ice at least a mile thick.

peopledontwanttruth's picture

IF this nuclear winter produces ice this thick their vent pipes won't either

junction's picture

Full spectrum light bulbs, vitamin D3 and K supplements and electric heating.  Sunlight can get piped in via optical fiber tubes.  If low radiation neutron bombs are used, as at the World Trade Center, the radiation levels should drop sharply within a few months.    

peopledontwanttruth's picture

Not classified to God. I'm sure He'll has the right coordinates

Luc X. Ifer's picture

I guess that as of now that u shared it from your great act of benevolence with the 0hedge mortals is not anymore so well - classified ;-)


redmudhooch's picture

This will just extend their lives for a few months, still ends the same for them. Agonizing death.

curbjob's picture

In a past life I delivered sailboats; usually from the  NE to the SE, a few further.

Once in a while you'd get a wealthy owner aboard wanting to experience offshore sailing. 

9 x out of 10 and, usually within 12 hours, I'd hear how there'd be a bonus if I could just put in somewhere and get them off the fucking boat.

I see this bunker in the same light. it's when reality meets the dream ... underground with the same people, I'd say less than 48 hrs.

a Smudge by any other name's picture

I just keep thinking about them running out of fuel for the generators.....and then they sit in the dark for 7 years?

land_of_the_few's picture

No of course not, the bigger ones will eat the smaller ones. Like a fishtank.

peopledontwanttruth's picture

Or just huge coffins. None of their prepping will save them

ebworthen's picture

Funny shit.

Come out? 

They'll have to make it to the bunker first.  ;-)

thestarl's picture

    come out to what

Urahara's picture

Come out? No no no! Mark Koernke had it right on this- seal it shut and cement all the air intakes but one. Every year have a day where children are educated about the morlocks/psychopaths that ruined this Earth and life for everyone.Wwe tell them about the crimes they committed and the rest of their evil deeds. The children then get a shovel of dirt to throw on their underground containment/tomb while the adults get to urinate down the last air intake that wasn't covered in cement.

Let them die slow underground.

TomJoad's picture

Military Grade stupidity, is what they are engaging in.

Jim in MN's picture

Holy shit (and apologies for OT crosspost but hey, this is breaking exclusive from The Hill so let it ride :*))

Exclusive from The Hill:  Loretta Lynch gave Natalia V. extraordinary "immigration parole" to enter the US after her visa application was denied.


But in an interview with NBC News earlier this week, Veselnitskaya acknowledged her contacts with Donald Trump Jr. and in Washington were part of a lobbying campaign to get members of Congress and American political figures to see "the real circumstances behind the Magnitsky Act.”

That work was a far cry from the narrow reason the U.S. government initially gave for allowing Veselnitskaya into the U.S. in late 2015, according to federal court records.

The Moscow lawyer had been turned down for a visa to enter the U.S. lawfully but then was granted special immigration parole by then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch for the limited purpose of helping a company owned by Russian businessman Denis Katsyv, her client, defend itself against a Justice Department asset forfeiture case in federal court in New York City.

During a court hearing in early January 2016 as Veselnitskaya’s permission to stay in the country was about to expire, federal prosecutors described how rare the grant of parole immigration was as Veselnitskaya pleaded for more time to remain in the United States.

“In October the government bypassed ?the normal visa process and gave a type of extraordinary ?permission to enter the country called immigration parole,” Assistant U.S. Attorney Paul Monteleoni explained to the judge during a hearing Jan. 6, 2016.

“That's a discretionary act that the statute allows the Attorney ?General to do in extraordinary circumstances. In this case, we ?did that so that Mr. Katsyv could testify. And we made the ?further accommodation of allowing his Russian lawyer into the ?country to assist,” he added.

The prosecutor said Justice was willing to allow the Russian lawyer to enter the United States again as the trial in the case approached so she could help prepare and attend the proceedings.

The court record indicates the presiding judge asked the Justice Department to extend Veselnitskaya’s immigration parole another week until he decided motions in the case. There are no other records in the court file indicating what happened with that request or how Veselnitskaya appeared in the country later that spring.

The U.S. Attorney’s office in New York confirmed Wednesday to The Hill that it let Veselnitskaya into the country on a grant of immigration parole from October 2015 to early January 2016.

Justice Department and State Department officials could not immediately explain how the Russian lawyer was still in the country in June for the meeting with Donald Trump Jr. and the events in Washington D.C.

Beam Me Up Scotty's picture

Maybe Jim in Mn, maybe they are ALL in on this Orwellian turd they are ramming down our throats.  Who knows anymore.  BTW, I'm in Mn too.

Bigly's picture

Thx for this. Keep that proof of corruption coming.

dogismycopilot's picture

Only the democrats would use an UGLY RUSSIAN WOMAN for a honey trap.

Democrats. The American chapter of ISIS.

pparalegal's picture

We are run, taxed and jailed by clowns.

DisorderlyConduct's picture

Hmmm. Right round the corner from my place. Now I know where I'll be living one day after SHTF. And the price will be right - free.

Law of the jungle baby. Don't those idiots know that?

Son of Loki's picture

Has Hysterial Ginsberg moved to NZ yet?

Whoopi to Cape Breton along with raycist Al Sharpton?

I thought not.


Jim in MN's picture

The global elites know that they deserve all the targeting. 

Hoping we fall for the divide and conquer BS in the urban centers.

Nuh Unh.

We know.

Duc888's picture




....and every one of them has an air vent.




Too funny.

gregga777's picture

That I can easily close off with mud and debris.  They also probably have exhausts for their diesel generators.  Again, stopper them with mud and trash and watch what happens.  

FX223's picture

Stuff the vents with combustables...light...and wait for the hatch to open...

LetThemEatRand's picture

I'm way ahead of these guys.  I found an old school desk on ebay.  

This fear mongering has been going on since I was a child in the '60's.  It will probably go on long after I'm dead.  Alex Jones made millions selling emergency supplies to people who would have been better off buying something else.  At least there is some poetic justice in seeing the oligarchs throwing their money away, but then again they are still drinking fine scotch and comparing bunkers as a status symbol so nevermind.

gregga777's picture

"Duck and cover,

Duck and cover..."

And kiss your ass goodbye.


I grew up living on USAF Strategic Air Command bases during the Cold War.  That "duck and cover" routine was just feel good BS.  The B-52's, at a gross take-off weight of 488,000 pounds, had 15-minutes to get off of the ground with all 16 taking off at 15 second intervals (for an idea of how closely spaced that is, the FAA requires 90 second separation between commerical passenger aircraft with 120 seconds for aircraft over 150,000 pounds).  A Soviet SLBM had a flight time over the Arctic of about...15 minutes.  

LetThemEatRand's picture

Back in the day, they just sold us bullshit about how to survive (duck and cover).  Now they sell us emergency supplies and multi-million dollar bunkers.

scoutshonor's picture

I never comment on down arrows until now--to the 2 people that downvoted this comment--what the fuck is wrong with you?  Seek treatment.

gregga777's picture

Military grade security is not worth jack sh** without active military there to back it up.  In fact it's worth than useless because it creates a false sense of security.  Any semi-competent Veteran will be able to easily circumvent all of their fancy technology.  It's like digging tank traps or laying anti-vehicle minefields without deploying soldiers there to prevent the enemy from filling in the tank traps and digging up the mines or detonating them with remotes.  All of those stupid rich bastards will be dug out of their bunkers by truly motivated people who really, really want all of their goodies while laughing their asses off at the stupid rich bastards.