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Bright Future Post Collapse: Case Study Russian Grocer

Russian Food-Store Tsar Rings Up Billions as Wal-Mart Wavers

His road to billions began in November 1998, when he opened his first outlet just three months after Russia’s debt default plunged markets into chaos, paving the way for Vladimir Putin’s rise to power with a pledge to end the oligarchs “as a class.” Now he runs an empire that spans three time zones, employs 150,000 workers, operates a fleet of 4,100 trucks and can afford to spend $450 million to grow his own tomatoes and cucumbers, as well as about $40 million a year on his soccer club, Krasnodar.


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All collapses provide great

All collapses provide great opportunity for stellar success.

I don't know why.
But it's a matter of history.

“Give a man a gun, he can rob a bank. Give a man a central bank, and he can rob a country and the world.”

If you are prepared for the

If you are prepared for the inevitable collapse of western socialism, The collapse will actually be a good thing. Liberty should be restored.

When the going gets tough..........

the tough get going.

~Your perception becomes your reality~