10 Untruthfully Smooth Roads Of Altay

Untruthfully Smooth Roads Of Altay

A famous Russian proverb states that there are two main problems in Russia: fools and roads. Many roads are in a bad condition. However, some new roads recently built are not even shown on the maps and today we’ll get a chance to walk along such a road.


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10 Responses to “Untruthfully Smooth Roads Of Altay”

  1. Ongudai says:

    I think the enormous building is the famous dacha for putin. This summer I had a chat with some locals and they informed me that the building includes a major bunker….

    • Makes You Think says:

      I was told by someone involved in construction that the roads are being built to move materials and supplies. Someone or a group of people are paying to have underground bases built in this very remote area.

  2. Hugh Jonson says:

    Altay is like Russias’ Mexico?

  3. Emperor Norton says:

    Like rural United States – make your living growing weed. LOL

  4. (r)evolutionist says:

    Comrade Lenin was looking into a future dreamless men are blind to.

    • Nergol says:

      We saw what that future was, and it was a nightmare.

    • OldBikr says:

      A “Man of Steel” stole your dreams and left a nightmare in their place. Funny to have mentioned Mexico too, isn’t that where Trotsky went to?

      Mexico still was not far enough away for the “Man of Steel”.

      • (r)evolutionist says:

        Yep, the “sociopath of steel” did relegate communism to tyranny in the minds of millions. But a brotherhood of believers knows the reality behind the fog of history.

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