15 fascinating and luxury lifestyle habbits of Valdimir Putin revealed in the new video by his critic, Navalniyy
On Tuesday, January 19, 2021, Russian opponent Alexei Navalnyi and his colleagues surprised Vladimir Putin, the entire Russian people and the entire world: they showed the wealth and boundless greed of this Soviet-born leader and his boundless corruption.
A video entitled "A Palace for Putin. The history of the greatest bribe ”, which shows, explains and describes a palace built for Vladimir Putin on the shores of the Black Sea.
So what is Vladimir Putin's palace like? Big. Isolated. Hidden. Very well guarded. It has a hockey field, billiard rooms, a casino, games of chance, gyms, polished bedrooms, gilded bathrooms, a disco room with colored lights, a medical and massage procedure room, a reading room, a hookah room. maybe smoking and contemplating for the good of Russia.
The palace is surrounded by hectares of exotic and well-guarded forests, on a steep sea shore, where birds have no access, with summer gardens, rich vineyards, full wineries, yachts for sea walks, seafood farms. Yes, let's not forget the holy ones, a church was built inside the palace. A church for one man?
Yes, all this seems to be built for one man, who is the president of a state with too many poor people and too many humiliated people, with too many violated rights. Why build a rich palace for a leader of the poor and humiliated? And can such a strong man be alone? At the moment, and in fact for many years, the religious and traditionalist and family man Vladimir Putin has divorced, his wife has long been married to another man who has important properties in France and beyond, and Putin's daughters are also with established property and men. through other areas. Yes, the question is natural, than to steal to build an opulent loneliness, isn't it better to do something else to build your happiness that you are not afraid to hide?
The investigation shows that Putin would take care of 3 women, from whom he bought houses and fortunes and who would have children who look like the Russian leader. But none of the 3 women is allowed in her public appearances, so they are held, used and kept at a distance. Putin seems to be rich, lonely and tormenting the poor, still stealing from them.
This story best shows the culture of the Soviet lie, when the leader says that he is a proletarian and that all the wealth belongs to the people, but in reality he also steals the toilet paper to build his nomenclaturists gilded toilets.
Bemorepanda shows you 15 luxury lifestyle habbits of Putin.
1.Vladimir Putin's secret palace, located on the shores of the Black Sea, is one of the best guarded places in Russia, but also one of the most secret. No one can approach and there is even a ban on flying over the palace.
2.It is not a holiday home or a simple residence, but an entire city or even a kingdom.
With hundreds or even thousands of employees, impenetrable fences, its own Black Sea port, a church, a flight ban and even checkpoints, Vladimir Putin's secret palace looks like a state within a state.
3.Employees who actually live in the palace are not allowed to own mobile phones with a camera / video camera, and cars arriving in the area are checked several times at each checkpoint.
4.Specifically, the palace is located on the shores of the Black Sea, in the area of the city of Ghelendjik, in the southwestern part of the Russian Federation, in the Krasnodar region.
5.According to documents discovered and made public by Aleksei Navalny, Putin's palace on the Black Sea is the largest residential building in Russia, with a built area of 17,691 square meters.
6.In addition to this area, the palace has about 7,000 hectares of adjacent land belonging to the FSB (Federal Security Service), Russia's secret service.
7.Putin's secret palace, three times the size of a city of 60,000.
In September 2020, the land was leased until 2068 to the company that manages the palace. Officially, the land was leased for scientific research, educational activities, hunting and fishing.
8.In reality, the huge forest area aims for peace and privacy of those who live in the secret palace. So no one can approach the palace fences, even by mistake.
9.In fact, the area of the palace and the surrounding land is 3.5 times larger than that of the nearest city, Ghelendjik, which has about 60,000 inhabitants.
10.In addition to all the buildings inside the palace, including an underground hockey field, a helipad and numerous swimming pools, the building also has several secret tunnels.
They were created for security reasons, but such a tunnel is also used to reach the private beach faster.
11.In addition to the ban on flying over the huge area, Russia's secret service has banned approaching by sea less than a mile.
12.The palace has dozens of rooms, a huge indoor garden, swimming pools or cinemas, all decorated with luxury furniture made by the same factory in Italy, Pozzoli.
13.The most expensive sofa inside the palace costs, according to the website at Navalny, which published the details, about 4.1 million rubles, respectively about 50,000 euros.
14.There is also a casino inside, with a poker table, as well as a room with an electric car track.
15.This is an Italian toilet brush for 700 euros or 62 thousand rubles and a toilet paper holder for 1038 euros or 92 thousand rubles. In total there are 150 thousand brushes and a toilet paper holders for all the bathrooms.
Do you drink a lot while you sit at home?
The head of the Ministry of Health, Mikhail Murashko, during a speech in the State Duma, said that in Russia during the pandemic of the coronavirus COVID-19, people egan to die more often from alcohol. He did not provide statistics, but noted that it is based on operational monitoring data on mortality rates.
Murashko also recalled the agency’s initiative to increase the age of alcohol sales from 18 to 21 years. According to him, now it is precisely from the age of 18 that mortality rates increase sharply, especially in men. And this must be fought.
Murashko noted that in conditions of self-isolation, the consumption of alcoholic beverages increased by 2-3%. However, alcohol in the current situation can have a negative effect on immunity, making you more vulnerable to the virus.
There are a lot of interesting stuff to do at home during the pandemic. It is the moment to spend all your time with your family, plan healthy meals and do sport. Maybe is the time to lose some weight? Do some exercises. Or maybe you want to increase your knowledge, so here you go with online courses.
Do not perceive alcohol as a method to waste your time during quarantine!
Putin complained about the Rainbow ice cream. The head of the Union of Women of Russia saw LGBT propaganda in it
The head of the Union of Women of Russia, Ekaterina Lakhova, asked Vladimir Putin to instruct Roskomnadzor to check the advertising of “rainbow” ice cream. This is written by the Telegram channel "Rise".
“Yes, we should not have propaganda. But today we have billboards hanging rainbow-colored, these beautiful colors. It seems to be imperceptible, with beautiful words. Or they advertise ice cream, which is also called "Rainbow", ”said Lakhova.
According to the head of the Union of Women of Russia, “rainbow” ice cream, like any other product with the image of a rainbow, “makes our children get used to the color, the flag, which was hung out at the embassy.
Vladimir Putin answered Lakhova’s request that if the pictures on the packages really “propagandize” homosexuality, then they need to be controlled, “but not aggressively.”
Formerly Inc. He said that a transgender woman from St. Petersburg sued almost 1.85 million rubles from the employer for illegal dismissal.
Russian officials have asked hotels to ban unmarried people from staying in the same room as a way to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, writes The Moscow Times.
Hotels would have to "explain" why unmarried couples are staying in the same room, according to Rospotrebnadzor, Russia's consumer protection office.
"The task of obtaining proof of marital status is the full responsibility of the hotel," Rospotrebnadzor said, but Rostourism, the federal travel agency, said guests would not be required to present marriage certificates.
The Consumer Protection Authority subsequently announced that the accommodation ban applies to people who do not normally come into contact with everyday life.
"The rules are: mainly accommodation of one person, except families", tried to clarify Rospotrebnadzor, adding "in other words, it is recommended that people who do not contact each other in everyday life not be accommodated in the same room to avoid additional risks of infection ”.
Hotels, restaurants and other businesses in the hospitality sector have begun to gradually reopen in Russia from June 1 after a two-month quarantine imposed across the country.
Survival Condo is a luxurious nuclear bunker designed to protect wealthy people from a potential apocalypse. It used to be a Cold War rocket mine in Kansas, but now it is a luxury condominium that can house 75 people for more than five years.
Entrepreneur Larry Hall bought the bunker in 2008. Then he spent about $ 20 million, turning it into a fortified shelter, which has a shop, library, classroom, department store, cinema, swimming pool, climbing wall and aquaponics for growing vegetables and fish.
The bunker descends 15 floors below ground level, where you can descend by high-speed elevator. Communal areas are at the upper levels, while individual living quarters are located below.
Instead of windows, the underground apartments have television screens that show a constant picture of the outside world.
Located about 200 miles from Kansas City, anyone who wants to wait out a nuclear winter here must pay at least $ 1.5 million. This will allow you to get the package "Half-Floor Condo Suite", which includes accommodation from three to five people.
One of the disadvantages for any resident will be the lack of toilet paper.
If a nuclear war starts, then at least five years will pass before people can safely exit the bunker.
If you stock up on toilet paper for everyone who can hold the bunker for five years, then it would occupy an entire floor.
Alternatively, a bidet is provided.
For the first time in Russia, a humanoid robot became an employee of the multifunctional center "My Documents". A robot girl performs the duties of a specialist in the reception of documents and the provision of public services. Artificial intelligence can work seven days a week for two shifts, does not get sick and does not go on vacation.
As explained in the press service of the administration of the Perm Territory, the robot is a completely anthropomorphic machine. It copies human emotions: it can move the eyes, eyebrows, lips and other muscles of the face, communicate and answer questions from visitors to the MFC.
Perm company Promobot created an electronic assistant. According to the developers, the design of their robot allows you to reproduce more than 600 variants of human micro-facial expressions. In addition, the resemblance to humans is achieved through a specially developed material that mimics human skin. The exterior of the MFC robot was created by a neural network. In particular, artificial intelligence analyzed photographs of several thousand Russian women and created a generalized image: a girl with brown hair and brown eyes.
The robot independently receives visitors to the center. An entire ecosystem has been created around the android: the machine is connected to other devices and services. So, the robot scans documents (passport, birth certificate, driver’s license, notarized power of attorney), then, based on the type of document, forms a statement. The visitor signs the application, the robot scans it and sends it to the MFC information system.