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Saturday, March 24, 2018

Unemployed Cossack Babai told how to save Russian economy

Cossack Babai (Alexander Mozhaev), who became famous after fighting in the East of Ukraine, in interview “to the Newspaper.<url>” said his recipe for the salvation of Russia, lifting its economy and improve the efficiency of domestic policy.

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According to Mozhaev, the first thing you need to enter the gold rouble, and then to sell energy abroad exclusively for him. To buy rubles to Russia will come to other countries, and then we can assign the course a hundred dollars for the ruble”, — said the economic plans of the Cossack.

These proposals, however, did not stop. Another priority measure is the renaming of the President of the Russian Federation in the king, as “enough foreign words in the Russian state”.

After this it is necessary to create a Cossack army with which king “brought to order in the world.

In this case the woman has complained that cannot find a job it was not satisfied with the proposed job watchman and porter with paying in the area of 7-15 thousand rubles. Upon returning from the Donbass accumulated debt for utilities paid for him the leadership of the municipality, but now the utility again threatening to cut off the house of the Bogeyman from the gas and lights for a debt of 15 thousand rubles.

Earn in the war again, he can not, because he feared that would be planted “in the basement” back in the breakaway Republic. He recalled that one “Cossack Babai” (Vladimir Timofeev) there are already judged for the crimes of his gang engaged in rape and murder. The “original” bogeyman assumes that this signal is first of all for himself.

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