Millionaire-monarchist decided to revive the Russian Empire on a desert island

State Duma Deputy 4-th convocation, the leader of Monarchist party of Russia Anton Tanks is negotiating with the authorities of the Pacific Republic of Kiribati for the hire of three uninhabited Islands. On these lands the millionaire plans to revive the Empire of the Romanovs, writes The Guardian.

According to the former MP, of Kiribati “has a perfect climate, spacious, uninhabited Islands and a small population, which would certainly benefit financial cooperation”. On the Islands of the Tanks, plans to build airports, seaports, solar power plants, hospitals, schools and even the University of the Russian Empire. The main economic objects it is planned to make “eco-friendly hotels and factories for fish processing”.

The development of the infrastructure of the Islands will take 10 to 15 years. The Guardian writes that the former Deputy in the event of the transaction ready immediately translate the Kiribati government $ 120 million and to spend another 230 million at the first stage of construction.

Tanks he believed that if the Empire did manage to revive, migrants from Russia there will be a little. In his opinion, “the Equatorial climate is not very suitable to the Russian people”. “We believe that the number of Russian people residing on the Islands, will be from one to two percent. However, the financial investment from the Russians will be much more significant,” he concluded.

A proposal to lease to the authorities of the Republic in the end of 2015 turned Bakova son Michael. At the beginning of 2017, the President of Kiribati, Taneti Mamau personally went to inspect the island. It is expected that by the end of February he will take a decision on the conclusion of transactions with the Russian millionaire.

The Russian Empire existed until the February revolution of 1917. In March of that year, Emperor Nicholas II Romanov abdicated the throne and came to power a Provisional government. In October 1917 it was overthrown during the October revolution, marked the beginning of the civil war in Russia.

The Romanov family was executed on the night of 17 July 1918 in the Ipatiev house in Yekaterinburg by order of the Ural Soviet of workers’, peasants ‘and soldiers’ deputies.