russia is so enormous that you can get one hectare of land for free if you wish, while in other countries people lives like herrings in a barrel
your excuses, int?
My people came from Siberia, give land please.
I already have enough nothingess within the borders of my own cunt.
also russian are not afraid of nuclear attack, coz metro is deep enough to hide in it
Russia is also a corrupt shithole
>Doctor beats a patient to death because he complained and the nurses help cover up for him, he was caught by a security camera
my benis is so enormous i give your baba and your mama a ride, same time.
i think they want to move the population to the east, to china. What will you do? do you know anyone who already decided to take the land?
>and after 5 years local gocerment can take it back without any reason
he just can't read. >>53335958 It clearly says that if the land is in active use, then you can take it for free. If you don't use it, then they take it back and give it to someone other.
>then you can take it for free
and when you FOR YOUR MONEY will build infrastructure, some business etc.
corrupt authorities get back it from you and sell it to someone else.
welkom to russia
>corrupt authorities get back it from you and sell it to someone else.
do you have any ideas what are you talking about?
The law is not even active and you already post shit about it. Go away.
Pycня eбaнyлacь!Tyдa кaтopжaн ccылaли-зoнa нeпpигoднaя для пpoживaния людeй!
>Tyдa кaтopжaн ccылaли-зoнa нeпpигoднaя для пpoживaния людeй
и гдe cвязь? тaм oдин чeлoвeк нa квaдpaтный миллиoн килoмeтpoв
в кpaйнeм cлyчae мoжнo взять pyжъё и oтcтpeливaть быдлo
вceм пoхyй бyдeт
Дa ты хyйлaн книжкy пoчитaй хoть кaкyю o cвoeй cpaнoй poдинe
>I dont know shit about russia.
because you fucking traitor who get paid for bullshit about russian
WE ARE FINE! RUSSIA STRONG!! LOOK!!
wellkome to new DPRK, the best country in the world
all of metro's doors when sealed are able to withstand a nuclear attack
Oп чo хвacтaeт, caм пycкaй пилит в cибиpь.
Дык мocквa нe yльянoвcк c чeлябинcкoм дa читoй.
He can say that Erdogan is BAD AND SHIET and become a celebrity in news, kek. Tell how Erdogan is bad fascist dictator who promotes only interests of Turks.
A fuckload in Moscow and Saint Petersburg.
A little less in cities and suburbs with million population, and small moneys for small cities and their suburbs.
And this hectare in Far East... I dunno tвн, probably very very cheap and nobody would need it.
We had a 120 hectare farm as kid. We had dirtbikes, AMV's, Buggies and etc, also dynamite that was used to blow up large rocks from the farm fields. Guns too. (one full auto AK and the police would never visit because we lived so far away)
And if that sounds bit dangerous the reason is because it was, i have broken my every limb at least once.
Yeah, but unlike 50 years ago, a lot of that stuff is illegal nowadays. Glorious days when you could just go to the shop and buy dynamite to blow up stones and shit are over and nowadays you have to get at least "exploder's" papers which is quite hard if you don't work on the field... Gun laws are also going to stricter and stricter direction... I hope SDP+vas+vihr never enter the government again or guns and all other fun stuff will be totally banned.
This was not so long ago though, have sub-potato quality footage from our cottage. I'm 18 now.
>nowadays you have to get at least "exploder's" papers which is quite hard if you don't work on the field...
We had those. And just made the gun semi-auto again once we sold it.
>You moved to the town?
Yes, living alone in a 90 000€ apartment.
>Got some job?
>Dont you miss your life at a farm?
>What was the infrastructure at your farm?
>Did you have only electricity?
Yes. We also had a large generator if the electricity got cut out because the repairs might take days due to a remote location.
I recommended going into the Russian East and claiming this land but Russians always laughed at my efforts, saying it's shit, I will die/be bored 24/7, alcohol, -40, poor, bla bla
But it is true. Or do you think our governemnt will create infrastructure for new villages, lol?
Here you go. You can click on the map. Pretty much -40 C.
Only a person who lives in Vladivostok or Habarovsk may be can affort to have this land.
So he can just go there in summer.
Its a 1 room flat in Moscow with the current Euro/rouble))))))
Pretty good for a student. How did you get that if you lived on a farm? Or a farm did give you some profit?
I know that feel. But my family has 3 flats in Moscow. I am 23 and live with them so that we can get moneys from lending 2 flats.
98 squares, 2 toilets (???), 3 rooms + a big kitchen and a living room + storage rooms. Parquet floors n shit. (Siberia tier location city/town)
Also, I actually live with a friend.
>How did you get that if you lived on a farm?
Parents runned a big foster family.
>Or a farm did give you some profit?
Yes, until EU fucked it up.
Yeah, but if you are using the dynamite without proper cause just blowing shit up you are breaking the law, like 30 years ago there weren't any such laws and you could just basically go to the shop and buy a shitton of dynamite and have some fun without reporting to authorities for it to be legal. Same thing with guns and many other things. Of course the rule of law becomes somewhat theoretical if you live in a place that's like 50km from the nearest city and 100km from the nearest police station, but back in the day the cityfolk got to enjoy these things as well.
In Finland it's the law that everyone must have at least the opportunity to get internet access to their home (it used to be 1mb/s at least but I don't know whether it has been upgraded to a minimum of 2 mb/s by now)... Government/municipal authorities also have to provide quite a lot of services.
>Its a 1 room flat in Moscow with the current Euro/rouble))))))
Tfw my 1 room flat in Helsinki costs about 175-200k and it's not even in the downtown, actually almost 5 km away from it (pretty good neighborhood though)...
>Yeah, but if you are using the dynamite without proper cause just blowing shit up you are breaking the law
Yeah but guess what. :)
Dad was edgy as fuck and let us do anything. If we won't brake anything expensive of course (does not include me :D).
>it used to be 1mb/s at least but I don't know whether it has been upgraded to a minimum of 2 mb/s by now.
It was 150kb/s at max.
Maybe, but the law's still the law and there have been articles about service providers complaining when they are pulling the cable to some far away Laplander's house.
Viestintämarkkinalain (393/2003) 60 c §:n 2 momentissa tarkoitetun tarkoituksenmukaisen internet-yhteyden vähimmäisnopeus saapuvassa liikenteessä on 1 Mbit/s.
Sen estämättä, mitä 1 momentissa säädetään, riittää, että internet-yhteyden keskimääräinen vähimmäisnopeus saapuvassa liikenteessä on 750 Kbit/s 24 tunnin mittausjakson aikana ja 500 Kbit/s minkä tahansa 4 tunnin mittausjakson aikana."
>Dad was edgy as fuck and let us do anything. If we won't brake anything expensive of course (does not include me :D).
Yeah, my point was that I think it's totally fine to do stupid shit, if you end up killing yourself or something then it's just Darwin in action and because of this philosophy I think it's a shame that fun times can't be had because of the nanny state. I got räjäyttäjä-papers from the army so I can buy 25kg of dynamite and legally have some fun but getting those would probably be quite painful if you didn't happen to serve in the engineer corp.
Finland has its ups and downs and as the other Finn said, his apartment is like 98 square meters, mine is 31.5 so the location does matter significantly. Helsinki is very overcrowded even though it's only 1/4 the size of SPb, that's because of the fact that city planners won't allow skyscrapers and generally there are too strict rules about apartment sizes (in Finland one thing they monitor is the average size of the apartment a Finnish person lives in and they want that number to go slightly up or stay at the level it's now so they aren't building enough 1 and 2 room flats in Helsinki). In addition to that about 20% of the prices in apartments in Finland are "air" so to say and that's because of the city planner fees etc...