Friday, June 27, 2014

New Book “Bugging Out and Relocating” Now Available!





http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1482351986?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creativeASIN=1482351986&linkCode=xm2&tag=surviinargen-20

This book is divided in two parts. Part I is about being ready to bug out when you simply have no choice but to evacuate. Anything from a house fire, flood,  hurricane or any other disaster that forces you to leave your current location. Part II is about Bugging Out Abroad, and extreme case of bugging out where you have to leave the entire country behind, either because of clear, direct threats or because of a slow degradation of quality of life. Here I cover some of the possible countries, include several charts and rankings to help make up your mind about any country not mentioned and I go a bit into relocating within USA as well.
Hope you guys enjoy it and let me know what you think once you get the chance to read it! Thank you all so much for your support over the years. I can’t thank you enough.

"Bugging Out & Relocating" is about what to do when staying is not an option. House fires, floods, storms, war or social collapse among countless other potential disasters may leave you with no other option but to leave. In his second book, Fernando Aguirre again writes from his personal experience and shares with the readers the research and criteria he used himself when he decided to leave everything behind. In this book you will find recommended countries, U.S. States and advice on Bugging Out both locally and Abroad.
INDEX
I…………..7
Introduction…………..9
Bugging Out, Relocating and Bugging Out Abroad…………..12
Part I: Bugging Out
II…………..14
Definition of Bug Out …………..15
When should you Bug Out? …………..17
Selecting a Bug Out Location…………..19
Putting together a Bug Out Plan…………..21
Bug Out Timing…………..24
The Bug Out Bag…………..25
Documents Bag…………..37 
Survival Kits and Caches…………..39
Bug Out Vehicle…………..43
Recommended Vehicles…………..44
Fuel Efficiency…………..48
Hybrid Electric Vehicles and Alternative Fuels…………..49
Vehicle Modifications…………..50
Other Transportation…………..52
Bugging Out on Foot…………..53
Cardiovascular Fitness…………..53
Having a BOA Contingency Plan…………..57
The importance of a Second Passport…………..58
How Much Money Do you Need? …………..60
Bugging Out and Precious Metals…………..61
Patriotism and Bugging Out Abroad…………..62
Part II: Relocating
III…………..64
Making Up Your Mind About Relocating…………..65
When should you Relocate or Bug Out Abroad? …………..66
Where Should You Go? …………..67
Best Quality of Life…………..68
Human Development Index…………..71
Corruption Perception Index…………..73
Pearson’s Global Skills and Education Ranking…………..76
OECD World Education Ranking 2012…………..77
Freedom in Each Country…………..79
Firearms Ownership Per Capita in Each Country…………..92
Homicide Rate by Country…………..96
Considerations when Choosing a Country…………..100
Personal Considerations When Relocating…………..102
Relocating to Latin America…………..105
Recommended Countries…………..107
United States of America…………..108
Canada…………..127
Australia…………..133
Republic of Ireland…………..140
New Zealand…………..146
Oriental Republic of Uruguay…………..153
Other Countries…………..158
Country Selection and Detailed Research …………..159
City, Country or Suburbs? …………..161
Before Buying and Renting …………..163
Before, During and After Leaving…………..167
IV…………..169
The Toughest Choice…………..170
My wife on Relocating…………..172
V…………174
Annotations………..177
BUG OUT LOCATIONS………..179

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

FerFal,

In your book title on CreateSpace, Relocating is mis-spelled.

Tim Irwin said...

Hey Fernando -

Congratulations on your second book. I thoroughly enjoyed the first one so much I bought two copies so I could pass the second one around to my family. Looking forward to the second one.

Don Williams said...

Put my order in.

If you reco'd Australia and New Zealand as refuges, I will be interested in seeing how one deals with those 3 billion Asians to the north --just a hop, skip and jump across an island chain.

On the other hand, Australia does have about 50% of the world's reserves of uranium.

Just saying.

Anonymous said...

Fernando,

With all the research you have already completed on so many countries, it seems you have enough material for a third book. Do a chapter for every country you have researched. Sometimes it's good to know the bad with the good. I think it would be very informative.

TheModernSurvivalist said...

Thanks guys, I hope you like it and let me know what you think when you get the chance. I mention some of the other countries I had in mind in "Other countries". Spain really has a lot going for it and the rep. nordic coutries have is well deserved. Some interesting options in eastern Europe but well, its eastern Europe...
Hey Don, you know, after looking into it the biggest probelm NZ has, besides obviously the ring of fire (earthquakes) is a) distance from everything else (obvious enough) b)racism and segregaton (not so obvious) seems theres a lot of school violence, and gang activity. One of my best friends lives in Auckland and he verified this. Dont get me wrong, still a fantastic place to live in but it has its negative side, like any other place.

Don Williams said...

1) One of my wife's wealthy relatives moved to New Zealand (in part due to concern about social unrest from the US's economic position) but I think it is a bad idea. New Zealand's 4 million people can only support a small number of patrol boats.
2) During WWII, Japanese planes flew over New Zealand and a Japanese submarine scouted its harbors unopposed. Franklin Roosevelt had to send 20,000+ US Marines to protect it:
http://blogs.newzealand.usembassy.gov/ambassador/2010/12/if-you-need-a-friend-you-have-one/

3) The Chinese have recently been buying up large chunks of New Zealand farmland:

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/news/article.cfm?c_id=3&objectid=10851202

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/news/article.cfm?c_id=3&objectid=11163754

4) If the US economy at some point could no longer support deployment of our aircraft carriers then New Zealand and Australia would be toast, in my opinion. Just as they would have been toast in WWII if not for US naval victories at Midway, etc. Not their fault --they have a small population.