It is very well known that the elites of the word are no fan of Trump winning the presidency. Their reign over the masses was supposed to be protected by Hillary Clinton, but the Trump win has them panicking.
Recently, Mark Zuckerberg was trying to purchase vast amounts of land in Hawaii. To do this, however, he would have to purchase the land from various landowners. When they denied his proposal, he filed a lawsuit to force them to sell their land to the founder of Facebook. Facing vast amounts of public backlash, Zuckerberg recently retracted the lawsuit. To read more in depth on the issue, here is the link to the Forbes Article.
Luxury Fallout Shelters?
Vivos, a company from California operated by Robert Vicino, is renovating a mine in Kansas into the largest underground bunker. This bunker is supposed to hold around 5000 people and has the square foot space comparable to the Empire State Building. The company also owns another bunker in Indiana, but that shelter can only house around eighty people. Both are designed to be fully functional, able to produce electricity and food to comfortably support all guests.
Elites from Silicon Valley and NY are fleeing to remote areas in Hawaii and New Zealand to escape civil unrest in the United States, as reported by InfoWars and other media sites. An economic forum in Davos further heightened the theory that the elites are buying airstrips and other property in droves. This forum had plenty of hedge fund managers stating their plan for property investments.
One elite, the co-founder of PayPal, owns a “Utopia” in New Zealand. InfoWars also reports on an interview with the co-founder of LinkedIn.
LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman told The New Yorker that New Zealand had become the hot topic among Silicon Valley leaders lately.
“Saying you’re ‘buying a house in New Zealand’ is kind of a wink, wink, say no more. Once you’ve done the Masonic handshake, they’ll be, like, ‘Oh, you know, I have a broker who sells old ICBM silos, and they’re nuclear-hardened, and they kind of look like they would be interesting to live in.”
Hoffman estimated that over half of the Silicon Valley insiders were into preparedness – especially since anti-elite sentiment has risen around the globe in recent years. It was intensified by events like Brexit and the election of Donald Trump, he added.
Read the whole article Here.
So what do the elites know that we do not? These are not your average celebrities that threatened to move to Canada upon Trump winning the presidency. These are millionaires and billionaires, elites of the elite. They have vast plans to save their money and invest wisely. They are intelligent people that stay behind closed doors, away from the spotlight. They think on their intelligence and not on their emotions.
Is the new wave of nationalism enough to send our economy and social culture into chaos? The elites have been planning and orchestrating our bloated, overpowering federal government for generations. They have planned to control us and use big brother to keep tabs on us. The election of Trump can bring a halt to that progress. Some have already speculated that Trump and his spending will cause the stock market to see hyperinflation. This theory, however, may just be more talk since the same media outlets predicted a stock crash after Trump was elected.
There is much speculation in regards to the world economy and the economy of the United States. Jobs seem to be making a comeback as Trump threatens tariffs to corporations exporting jobs, but market technological advances threaten jobs that have been common in our nation. With recent mall closures and brick and mortar retail closings, one might also wonder if that might start another recession.
With all of these uncertainties, we can see why the elites are planning a massive exit. To see what markets are doing, we often look to these players for advice and insight. Are these elites just looking for new vacation spots, or planning their life after the crash?