Putin Offers Free Land To Brits Seeking To Escape Muslim Invasion Of The UK
LAND in Russia’s eastern wilderness is being offered to disillusioned British people for free - as long as they can survive the frigid cold and barren Siberian landscape for five years.
The sprawling plots, which are 2.5 acres in size, are located in an enormous region stretching from the Arctic Circle to the Chinese border, where winter temperatures can drop to a chilling -47 degrees celsius and population density currently stands at three people per square kilometre.
But its not all bad news for adventurous house-hunters. The far east of Russia is famed for its stunning natural beauty, with hundreds of miles of rolling hills, grass plains and soaring mountain ranges. Known as the land where ice meets fire, settlers can look forward to hiking the snow-covered slopes of active volcanos or relaxing in hot springs.
Summers are also long and comfortably warm, with 25 degree temperatures providing the perfect climate in which to explore the region’s dramatic landscapes.
President Vladimir Putin has approved the handouts in an attempt to boost the population and economy of the largely undeveloped region - and disgruntled British citizens are believed to be particularly sought after.
Russia's Far East Development Minister Alexander Galushka said there has already been interest in the land opportunity with a number of applications having already been received.