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James “Titanic” Cameron Heads for the Lifeboats

Written by Gary North on February 6, 2012

Canadian-born James Cameron, the director of Titanic and Avatar, has sold him home in Malibu and has applied to purchase a farm in New Zealand. Size: over four square miles. He says he likes the country because of its work ethic.

Meanwhile, billionaire John Malone has invested in his own property in Canada, just across the border. He owns 18 miles along the border.

These people think big. Really big.

Why did Malone move? He tells us. He wants a place as an insurance policy to “have a place to go if things blow up here.”

“My wife, who is very concerned about these things, moved all her personal cash to Australia and Canada. We own 18 miles on the border, so we can cross. Anytime we want to we can get away.”

Is this a good use of their money? Yes. Admittedly, I would head for British Columbia rather than Quebec, but Malone lives closer to Quebec. I think I would go 20 miles north of the border. But he has the money to go anywhere. I am sure he has thought this through. He is forthright on all this. Read the full interview.

If you’re going to be a prepper, do it this way if you have the money.

These men are not alone. The super-rich are leaving the USA at the highest rate in history.

Maybe you think the idea of urban turmoil is far-fetched. But there are some people with a lot of money who don’t.

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9 thoughts on “James “Titanic” Cameron Heads for the Lifeboats

  1. […] super-rich can get out. Some of them are doing this. But what about […]

  2. Bill McCroskey says:

    Appears that Cameron may be one of the first super rich to 'head for the lifeboat' ….if he gets out of movie directing and wants a retirement income … sounds like he might be qualified to captain a Carnival Cruise Line ship (especially on their Mediterranean Sea routes.)

  3. The rats that supported Obama leaving the sinking ship.

  4. HA! James Cameron's move probably has more to do with the huge increase in California state taxes than a "work ethic". The rich democrats like to donate money to big spending democrats and talk about how good it is to pay high taxes, but they are first to balk about paying them and can afford to RUN AWAY and leave the middle class to pay for it all. Warren Buffett being the national poster boy of fighting all of the back taxes he owes.

  5. Well, if things do “blow up”, and I believe they will especially if odumbo gets a second term, just having property in New Zealand or in Canada will not ensure your ability to get there. Remember the wacky movie 2012? Well, basically many died even if they did have a ticket to ride on the boats. Will these folks have the transportation available at all times to get them to their desired destination with the fuel and supplies to accomplish that feat? And what about the roving bands of murderous thugs that they will encounter along the way? How will they deal with them?

  6. Cameron , another Canadian like Michael Moore who comes to the United States and makes a fortune then deserts once things start going wrong and his money is in danger . For the vast majority this is not an option , but I doubt that he will be the only multi millionaire to do this . He and Malone are just the first two we have heard about . I suspect many of the super rich have similar contingency plans in place at some level. People used to laugh at the survivalist magazines seen on the news stands and magazine shops and called their readers kooks . I bet now many of them had wished they had read those magazines a bit and at least had prepared at least some sort of contingency just in case the worst happened . Most of us ,unfortunately don't have that kind of money to allow us to do more than survive and endure .

  7. Diane Pankratz says:

    Can you say “Atlas Shrugged”?

  8. Jacob Steelman says:

    I came to Australia in in 2002. The climate is great and it is a beach head for dealing with Asia and the Pacific Rim

  9. There's nothing wrong with making money, and there is nothing wrong with spending it however you like or living wherever you like. If you had money, you'd be looking for a place to run too. No need to criticize folks with money.