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    Posted August 2, 2014 by
    tianjin, China

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    man sells east russia to asia

    charles webster baer is about to begin negotiations with the government of russia to sell eastern russia to asia for 30 trillion american dollars . all the land east of lake baykal will be sold to china , japan , south korea , taiwan , and singapore . all the money will be evenly divided between all the russian people who have lived in russia since 1999 . charles feels that eventually western russia will become part of the european union so charles would like to help russians make some money before that occurs . charles will be payed a trillion dollar commision and will recieve 300 square miles between new china and new japan . this land will be called charles land . all russians who recieve money will be full citizens of east russians new nations , except for charles land . all new nations will be gig compliant . all new nations will have a decade to set aside over one third of the new country for national parks that will never be developed . also , a twenty mile buffer zone will be between all new nations and this zone will also not be developed , except for roads , rail roads , and pipelines . charles will also assist in the creation of central russia for russians that do not want to live in the east or west . charles thinks this will be a great deal for everyone , just like when the usa bought alaska from russia . europe gets western russia , asia gets eastern russia , and russians get paid and get central russia .

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