My Personal Story from the Collapse of the Soviet Union

by Marat K.
Sovereign Man

When I was a kid growing up in the Soviet Union, it was essentially forbidden to make a better life for yourself.

You couldn’t just decide to go back to school, start a business, or switch careers to a thriving new industry.

And it didn’t matter how hard you worked– you were most likely NEVER going to be promoted. All the top jobs in the Soviet Union were reserved for party loyalists.

The government removed EVERY possible economic incentive to achieve more… which is why service was pitiful, technology was lagging, and the Soviet economy was consistently in the dumps.

Now, on occasion, the government would decide that they wanted to populate certain rural areas of Russia, such as remote parts of Siberia.

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