Underground Bunker Real Estate for the Millionaire Survivalist

Underground Bunker Real Estate for the Millionaire Survivalist

While we’re familiar with the concept of the customized, high-tech underground bunker, what options are there for the rest of us? Is it incumbent on us to raise the money and research the methods for building our own survival system? The short answer: no. There are developers creating turnkey real estate solutions that won’t break the bank.

Today on Rob Raskins’ Millionaire Survivalist, we’ll review the most accessible underground bunker real estate on the market, offering varying-sized units for as little as $1M. The future looks bright here, even though it’s multiple stories beneath the earth.

Underground Luxury Bunker Condos for Sale

An abandoned missile silo in Kansas has been gutted and repurposed with layers of extra concrete designed to allow anyone inside to survive a nuclear blast, a direct airstrike, a hurricane, earthquake, tsunami, and a supervolcano. It comes with armed security in place with DNA entrance for its occupants. It contains years of food, aquacultural farming, a school, a gym, a bar, built-in Wi-Fi customized to occupants, and three sizes of floorplan ready for purchase today.


The half-floor goes for approximately $1M, whereas a full floor can go as high as $3M. However, it comes completely stocked, furnished, and turn key. There are already units sold, and people spending some weekends on-site to get used to it. They swear by it and say that they haven’t missed anything thus far. So, for anyone too busy to reinvent the wheel, this option is in place right now.

Stir Crazy?

Despite being floors below, monitors act as windows in every room, so people continue to see a real-time view of the outside of the building.

The schools are on a Wi-Fi system that allows them to communicate with other classrooms in similar bunkers. This allows students to interact with others their own age, to maintain contact with the “outside world.”

Owners all receive access to the recreation area, which includes a movie theater stocked with thousands of films being downloaded from streaming services. It also contains a popcorn maker and luxury recliners.

The recreation area also includes a swimming pool with a waterslide. It’s a resort-level jaw-dropper for anyone who sees it in person. The general consensus amongst occupants is that they’re prepared to live out their days without fear or question.

Air and Water

The water and air filtration systems already in place are prepared to sweep nuclear debris, radioactivity, and volcanic ash, so the pumps continue to work to produce vital air and water for inhabitants for years to come.


If you have the money and don’t already have a plan in place for an “EOTWAWKI” scenario, this is priced to move right now. Worst case scenario, you hedge your bets by continuing to build at another location and are equipped to have more than one option close to where you might actually be when the “SHTF.”

If survival is important to you, then not keeping all your eggs in one basket must be a consideration when investing in a subterranean bunker solution to maintain options for survival and sanity.

For more information on these current options, click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TX1sRxCrduA

Prepackaged Survival Kits – Millionaire Edition

Prepackaged Survival Kits – Millionaire Edition

In your garden variety EOFTWAWKI scenario, society will inevitably descend into chaos. Science tells us that perceived threats to survival trigger the brain’s fear response. The result: an increased group behavior. It’s a survival mechanism that causes mass conformity to respond to danger by doing what they see everyone else doing. Whether you’re in a war or on Wall Street, a true survivalist knows the penalty of acting like a “Johnny-come-lately” spells failure, which often results in death.

Today on Rob Raskins’ Millionaire Survivalist, we’ll review some of the better products on the market for anyone preparing for their own survival. While these products aren’t cheap, they’re not on the same level as the preferred products of millionaire survivalists like you and me.

Introducing the Bug-Out Bag

The bug-out bag is street slang for a prepacked survival gear bag that includes flashlights, glow sticks, food, water, weapons, etc. This is comparable to the military rucksack and is now marketed to the general public. While their most prominent clients are FEMA and the Red Cross, they’re available to everyone. So, when the SHTF and everyone else is running around like a chicken with their head cut off, the prepared survivalist goes into “crisis mode.”


Whether at home, at work, in your car, or wherever, the one investment no one should be without is the bug-out bag. As seen in this photo, it’s pretty nifty:

After reviewing the myriad of companies that offer prepackaged and custom bug-out bags, it’s clear that the most popular is by a company called JUDY. While the JUDY bag is clearly a no-brainer for everyone, you get what you pay for. While lower-end bags are a great item to keep in your car, JUDY makes a scalable product designed for every type of natural disaster and number of people.

Millionaire Edition

However, JUDY makes a luxury version of the kit, including monogrammed night vision goggles and gourmet chocolates. Even Kim Kardashian has taken selfies with her JUDY bag, so clearly, “it’s a thing.” A thing that is now flying off the shelves since the pandemic. For more money, your flame retardant monogrammed JUDY bag will also contain a GARMIN satellite messenger and SOS locator beacon, a water purifier, a solar panel, an emergency charging kit, a blender, and the list goes on.

From a survivalist standpoint, these luxury items are more niche-oriented and suggest the legitimacy of the JUDY bag to the masses of easily influenced consumers doing as their celebrity leaders do. Nonetheless, if the trek to your car becomes a dire impossibility, the items in this bag will sustain life, health, energy, and communication from anywhere, including in the woods or in a dilapidated building.

As a result, this should be a priority for your home, office, car, private jet, helicopter, or other means of conveyance on your journey to your luxury underground bunker stocked with humidor and wine cellar. Who says the apocalypse has to be unpleasant? Remember, these things take time.

For more information, click here: https://judy.co/collections?gclid=CjwKCAiA5t-OBhByEiwAhR-hmxhtWpFW7M6fKvH-nGJz9RWYGc11isOjSfCXwKVb9RAYVLMAf9eJmRoCLPMQAvD_BwE

Famous Millionaire Survivalists in Film – Under Sea Edition

Famous Millionaire Survivalists in Film – Under Sea Edition

When most people think of a millionaire survivalist, they think of a classic Bond villain, living in the lap of luxury while insulated from the harsh realities of a world they seek to rule. But, inevitably, these classic high IQ eccentrics possess a technological advantage over the world that makes ruling it possible. Sounds almost reasonable in a world overrun by disease, supply chain shortages, political instability, and a global struggle for supremacy.

Today on Rob Raskins’ Millionaire Survivalist, we’ll consider an earlier example of luxury off-the-grid living as we pay homage to Jules Verne’s classic villain, Dr. Nemo, from 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.

The Rise and Fall of a Great Survivalist

In this classic tale of early science fiction, a wealthy, eccentric, megalomaniac scientist discovers a technology that could change the world. His name is Dr. Nemo, and the technology described in the 1872 novel – nuclear power. Unfortunately, rather than using this power to save the world, he builds a device that enables him to live at the bottom of the sea, where he intends to systematically take over the world.

The device in which this story takes place is called The Nautilus, as seen in the image above, where Nemo hosts his guests as they dine on sea life flavored to taste like typical foods. While most of us are familiar with the 1954 Disney film, it should be noted that the original story also depicts The Nautilus as a place of unfathomable luxury (no pun intended), as seen below.

The Takeaway

In a world where millionaires and billionaires seem more motivated than ever to explore possibilities for post-apocalyptic life, we often hear about the latest advancements in space travel, survival gear, and luxury underground bunkers. So I thought it might be fun to see if any advancements had been made on the prospect of undersea living, and, much to my surprise, there has.

Behold, The Nautilus 2020

The name and concept, along with much of the design, directly reference the Jules Verne novel and subsequent titular film. However, the new design concept also focuses on the luxury of superyachts, which house the latest technological sophistication and creature comforts to make for a superior experience by the world’s elites.

Amongst other things, this sub allows its owner and their guests to surface closer to the shores of their tropical destinations, where sunning themselves on the deck could be witnessed by beachgoers and other boats.

For more information about the Nautilus 2020, click here: http://www.hisutton.com/Nautilus-2020_Luxury_Submarine.html

The Importance of Real Estate in your Survival Plan

The Importance of Real Estate in your Survival Plan

When it comes to any discussion about surviving in a post-apocalyptic world or a general conversation about practical habits of wealth-building from beginner to advanced, there’s one option that’s standard across the board: real estate. Sure, you’ve heard about the importance of investing in real estate to grow your asset value, hedge against the markets, and adopt an investment mindset when it comes to your expenses, but did you know that millionaires and billionaires are investing in property in strategic locations around the world? Of course, you did. You’re a millionaire survivalist and a damn good one!

Today on Rob Raskins’ Millionaire Survivalist, we’ll consider how today’s mega-wealthy elites have modified their real estate aims to invest in real estate that meets the needs of their doomsday bunkers, which ultimately protect themselves and their families from the masses, along with their comfort, protection, and way of life.

New Zealand?

According to the German American venture capitalist billionaire behind Facebook, Pay Pal, and Politico, Peter Thiel has already acquired land and citizenship in Queensland, New Zealand. Why not? It’s a lovely place, far from the masses, and an ideal location to insulate oneself from a world overrun by angry mobs with diseases and unusable money. He’s not the only one.

All things considered, independent analysis of the best place to live on the planet when it comes to mitigating exposure to the dangers of climate change, access to resources, distance from large populations, and so on all point to New Zealand.

Deep Dive

For the same reason, there’s been an increase in the number of wealthy people investing in housing in places like the Hamptons, which again fit the mold of safety and comfort in a private, gated setting, amongst people of the same class, and out of touch from the hordes of masses sure to turn on them in an SHTF scenario.

As people often kid about the idea of being an ultra-right-wing conservative “doomsdayest,” the world’s wealthiest people have long been solving this problem for themselves in private. How? By doing it in plain sight for obvious reasons, such as access to unparalleled luxury, privacy, and a way of life not available to the rest of us. As a result, millionaires inevitably find themselves in similar situations as the mega-rich, even if on a smaller scale.

Why? Simple. Because anyone with something to protect and the time to spend contemplating the possibility of failing is going to lose sleep until the problem is solved. Meanwhile, the “commoners” aren’t preparing for anything. Why? Because commoners are defined less by their lack of wealth than by being blissfully unaware of a reality beyond the world as they see it.

So, while the Kardashians may be uber-rich and likely looking for a secret place to go in the event of an EOTWAWKI scenario, they continue to hide in plain sight by adopting socially acceptable attitudes to win in L.A.s high school mentality popularity contest. Meanwhile, the people who own the media companies that produce their shows are not. Why? Cause they don’t have to. That’s what the Kardashian’s are for. Duh…


So, whatever your M.O., bear in mind that when it comes to making intelligent choices and a master plan, real estate is always your friend and should be considered strategically by its ability to meet all of these conditions.

The Millionaire Survivalist in You!

The Millionaire Survivalist in You!

When it comes to us vs. them, the writing on the wall can be hard for many to read. Why? Clearly, it’s because the rich live in fear, while the masses of dissatisfied workers with no opportunities for advancement are used to braving the challenges of life. Or so the many screens we watch each day would have us believe. The reality is most people are too consumed by the result of their own powerlessness to contemplate the direness of their situations.

Today on Rob Raskins’ Millionaire Survivalist, let’s explore what holds most of us back while some of us do what’s necessary to take the prize. After all, we’re all human, we’re wired the same basic way, and we mostly have the same basic wants, needs, and fears. So, why the massive differences?


A rich guy with a small penis goes to a nightclub to pick up a girl. He struts and muscles his way up to the bar, right past all the taller, better-looking males, and talks to the hottest girl in the joint. He invites her back to his place. She looks down into his eyes like he’s crazy but becomes distracted by his expensive jewelry and the cash he flashes while paying for drinks. Cha-ching!

Outside, he opens the door of his expensive sports car for her. She thinks, “Boy, did I hit the motherlode or what?” They drive off. The End. Just kidding. What the hell kind of ending would that be? So, they arrive at his posh building, take the elevator to the penthouse, and he guides her through his “love lair.” She has a single mission in mind: “Bag the rich guy!”

She strips, and his jaw drops. He strips, and her jaw drops, but for a very different reason. She stares at his member (or lack thereof). Confused by his extreme cockiness (pun intended), she laughs hysterically and says, “Who do you think you’re gonna please with that little thing?” He smiles and says, “Me.”

What does this mean?

Tony Robbins famously said, “It’s not your conditions that shape your life, but rather your decisions.” When it comes to success, everyone has something they can point to while ignoring what they fear. Why? Society teaches us that if we don’t “measure up” to the arbitrary standards set forth by movies and TV, we should simply move along and accept whatever life gives us. It sounds crazy, but most people do this. Why?

The answer: most people aren’t willing to appear in a way that may seem unacceptable or ridiculous, and that this may be interpreted as crazy or pathetic, rather than bold and superior. So, then, why do poor people hate rich people? It’s not jealousy over money. It’s resentment that they enjoy a freedom and a power that seems impossible to them.

So, if you wanna be a millionaire survivalist, step one: get rid of your fear, doubt, and shame. Whatever you avoid, run toward it. Whatever feels good, run from it. Dare to step out of your comfort zone long enough to show your tiny package, watch the girl laugh at it, and then smile as it has zero effect on you. Obnoxious? Sure. Ridiculous? Of course! Psychologically liberating? Try it and see for yourself 😊

The Winning Perspective for Survival

The Winning Perspective for Survival

When it comes to the perspective on life and living, it’s clear that society’s elites think differently than the masses. Take Ted Turner, for example. He’s the billionaire responsible for the 24/7 infotainment culture of today, which began with cable. While it’s not uncommon for many to eventually figure out what drives society, few have the brains and the nerve to grab the rudder.

Today on Rob Raskins’ Millionaire Survivalist, we’ll consider how Ted Turner’s massive success translates to his views about society, success, and survival. He can be a tough nut to crack, especially the deeper you look, regardless of where you might stand on the political spectrum.

Famously Outspoken

“Life is a game. Money is how we keep score.” “A total population of 250-300 million people, a 95% decline from present levels, would be ideal.” “Most of the people will have died, and the rest of us will be cannibals.” These are quotes of Ted Turner’s, both unapologetically candid and brutal, as is often the case with the classic image of the ultraconservative elite billionaire capitalist who forges an empire while the masses go jobless and hungry.

Deeper Analysis

As the masses often focus on the beauty of a life often riddled with suffering and confusion, such words can appear heartless and cruel, even threatening. Of course, this may be because such phrases are often taken out of context. Which context? The context of a cold-hearted, tight-fisted miser a la Ebeneezer Scrooge or the blood-thirsty hunter of “The Most Dangerous Game?” Hardly. Even if these are Ted’s own words, he cannot be credited with inventing these views.

Anyone with a college-level study of economic theory, which explores the relationship between humans and their access to resources necessary for their own survival, has likely read books such as “A Modest Proposal”  by Jonathan Swift, which satirically suggested that the potato famine in Ireland could be solved by feeding the starving children to the starving adults. Another famous work by Thomas Malthus indicated that food would grow arithmetically while human populations would grow geometrically.

Translation? Simple. Since the growth of food via farming is no longer the sole means of population growth, humans would have to solve a food shortage, which historically leads to war, and in some cases, cannibalism. Of course, both of these books were written in the 1700s, but the principles they’re founded on are grounded in history. While people rely more and more on science to solve the problems of the modern world, who controls the science?

Many scientific advancements can be traced to unspeakable experiments made possible by Hitler. Meanwhile, Ted Turner was a champion of environmentalism, nuclear arms reduction, and disseminating news and information to the masses, which empowers all of us, regardless of race, class, or wealth. So how is this the work of a billionaire capitalist ready to eat human flesh?

Simple. It’s just words. If most people could hear the thoughts and words of their favorite athletes, musicians, or actors before a competition, they’d hear what their agents and publicists work tirelessly to keep from the public. So, while the masses sit around agreeing with each other on social media, remember this: the millionaires are doing this too. When the SHTF and society spirals out of control, guess who’ll be protected from view of the masses and not missing any meals.

For more info about Ted Turner, click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qknXQgqIjzI

Drone Technology for Private Use

Today on Rob Raskins’ Millionaire Survivalist, we’ll consider the benefits of private investment in drone technology for maintaining control of the surface from inside the comfort and safety of your own home or state-of-the-art survival bunker.

Drone Technology for Private Use

While the Department of Defense continues to push the envelope on this budding future tech, it continues to open doors for the rest of us. While private security firms use drones for remote surveillance, or companies like Amazon use drones for remote package delivery in rural areas, the DOD can use the data for mapping surfaces and targeting enemies for a remote airstrike from satellites. Here’s a list of benefits to using drones:

Drone Uses:

In addition to security, drones are used to great effect in industries such as agriculture, construction, energy, inspection, insurance, mining, and of course, private and public safety. The reason for this is drones are highly customizable. This means they can be modified and outfitted with additional hardware and software that gathers vital information, especially in hard-to-reach areas, either due to location, proximity to danger, or to determine the feasibility of cost-to-benefit.

For example, in agriculture, they can gather information and updates about crop health, livestock, and irrigation efforts more quickly and frequently than conventional aviation. This also goes for energy, such as petroleum pipeline surveillance, of which I have a professional background. The challenges presented include the time and cost of planning a “manned” flight, which is subject to weather delays, landing to refuel, and the limitations of visual inspection, all while dodging other planes, birds, and even drones.

From a survivalist standpoint, we need to think like the DoD by employing best practices that address the long-term challenges to survival and success. Without armies of soldiers at our dispense, we’re often alone in our endeavors to practice superior judgment for ourselves and those for whom we’re responsible. When the SHTF and we’re in lockdown mode, do you really want to risk flight exposure, fuel tanks, and the possible loss of air traffic control?

Of course not. You want to sit in your home office or subterranean command center and use a computer-operated drone to fly to altitudes and distances that detect and transmit 3D aerial data. You’ll know if the coast is clear or if a civil disturbance has created a lockdown of a city or busy traffic corridor. In recent history, think of the loss of police patrolling of Portland, OR, or the LA riots of 1992.

As an added bonus, if you’re able to get your hands on the drone-mounted firepower used by the DoD, you’d not only gather valuable intel, but you’d also be able to neutralize a moving target without the risk of exposure, just as God intended. So, when considering your survival plan for an EOTWAWKI scenario, you’ll be glad you took the time to include drone tech in your arsenal. You’re welcome.