Anton Bakov
49 years. Married. Four children and three grandchildren.

Anton Bakov. Archchancellor of the Imperial throne

The publication is dedicated to the Archchancellor of the Imperial Throne.
Who is this man and why is he worthy of holding such a high position?
Here are his brief biography and major professional accomplishments
as well as his creative path and the evolution of political views.
One of the greatest people of our time.
This is Anton Alekseevich Bakov.

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Brief biography of the archchancellor

The archchancellor of the Imperial Throne Anton Bakov was born on december 29, 1965, in Sverdlovsk, in the family of engineers at Uralmash plant. In 1988 he graduated from UPI (Ural Polytechnical Institute) named after Kirov. Being only a student at the end of the Soviet period, Bakov took part in such as a public boycott of uncontested elections to the Supreme Counsil of the USSR (1984), the creation of educational movement to save the monuments of Verkhoturie (1987), the removal of nameplates Zhdanov on the street of the same name in Sverdlovsk (1988). In those days Bakov was oppressed by the monotony of political life and by the politics and economy of the USSR, foreign to Russian culture. The return to Orthodoxy was the beginning of his spiritual and ideological growth. He attached a great importance to the restoration of the monastery in Verkhoturie. Also Yekaterinburg land keeps another terrible secret – in 1918 the Royal family was murdered there, which fact the Soviet authorities tried not to remember. Bakov, on the contrary, gathered information about the last Russian emperor, although he was not a monarchist at that time.
While he was a university student in 1987, the future Archchancellor created the first private tourist companies “Cedar” and “Malachite”. In 1991, these companies were converted into “East Line”, which in the following years got involved in air transportation and became the operator of the Moscow airport “Domodedovo”. Bakov did business together with the entrepreneur Dmitry Kamenshik, and in 1992, they managed to acquire the international status for the airport. In 1994 he sold his share to Kamenshik, who still manages the airport.

Anton Bakov in Ural politics

Anton Alekseevich ran for the mayor of Yekaterinburg in 1995, he came second, losing to Arkady Chernetsky. In 2003, he ran for the governor of Sverdlovsk region. His opponent was Eduard Rossel. They both entered the second round, but the latter won. The fight for top positions in the Government of Sverdlovsk Region showed Bakov that the republican model, the electoral process is unfair, built on deception, intrigue and political bluff. Anton Alekseevich continued to study the experience of the Russian Empire as well as the political life in other monarchical countries such as the United Kingdom, and concluded that immediate elections and the political process in republics can not ensure sustainable development of society. Roughly speaking, in these countries such elections are used as a political lift to authorities, and then there is only manipulation of the consciousness of people to stay in the power. Elections for the sake of elections. Becoming stuck in this process leads to intellectual degradation of politicians, and Bakov saw this happening among his colleagues.

Bakov in the State Duma

In 1996, Anton Bakov was elected as a deputy chairman of Sverdlovsk Regional Duma. In the same year he tried to run for the position of Governor of Kurgan region, but was not registered by the regional elections committee. In 1997-2000 he was the director generalof the main enterprise of Serov – Metallurgical Plant. A. K Serov. In 2000 Bakov was elected to the House of Representatives (the upper chamber) of Sverdlovsk Regional Duma from single-mandate Serov district. Being a deputy, Bakov exposed corruption, created a movement “Anti-Mafia” opposing OPS “Uralmash”, opposed the redistribution of property. He was raising awareness of the population so as to improve their activity, creating consumer and credit cooperatives, councils of territorial self-government, and associations of landlords. Bakov seeked to increase the size of children’s allowances and to introduce regional pension supplements. In 2000, he actively defended from property redistribution Uralkhimmash plant. In 2003, he was elected to the State Duma from single-mandate Serov district number 167 as a member of the Party of Revival of Russia. After the elections, he joined the Union of Right Forces (SPS). In various interviews he repeatedly called himself as “a man of Chubais”, and explained to the voters the meaning of current policies. Anton Bakov was engaged in political consulting, led all the successful campaigns for SPS in the regions in 2004-2007. In spring 2005, he created a middle-class trade called PROFI. Its activities were spread throughout the regions of Russia. He organized human rights centers PROFI which defended the rights of patients from physicians’ arbitrariness in hospitals and clinics and stopped the spread of counterfeit drugs. Although being a member of SPS, in December 2005, he entered the United Russia, but left it a year later. In September 2006, on behalf of PROFI Bakov demanded that President Putin and the Federal Assembly of the Russian government fix the level of pensions in the country at 12 percent of Russia’s GDP, that is, increase the amount of pension payments be two and a half. In order to strengthen his position as a deputy, he announced a boycott of the October elections to Sverdlovsk regional Duma, which severely affected the campaign. The turnout was the lowest in history, 27%. After that the turnout was cancelled by a federal law. In December 2006, he was elected as an electoral secretary of SPS. Leading the party, he sought to turn from the right-liberal ideology to the protection of voters’ traditional interests – the social sphere. On October 14, 2010 he was elected as a deputy chairman of a political party called Party Action. The party was denied registration on formal grounds. The participation in many parties, from the most radical and undocumented ones, to United Russia, witnessed Bakov’s search for a reasonable basis of the political process. It wasn’t found. Everywhere it was the same thing – the party discipline suppressed any initiative, a widely proclaimed freedom was nothing more but a slogan. The future Archchancellor was becoming increasingly inclined to monarchical experience, and the knowledge acquired in previous years made it possible to analyze the processes with an alternative point of view. He begins to engage in scientific and literary activities in line with the monarchy.

Formation of the Archchenacellor’s career Anton Bakov and the Monarchist Party

Since 2011 Anton Bakov started working on the creation of the book “The idols of power, from Cheops to Putin”, to the creation of which he was inspired by the desire to explore the nature of power, to analyze past political experience. The paper reflects the historical connections of power and religion, and as a result, basing on the concept of a “King – Lord’s anointed”, Bakov decided to create a monarchist party of the Russian Federation. This was the project that embodied all the previous conclusions of the Archchancellor. In April 2012, there was the founding congress of the party, which elected Bakov to be the chairman. The Ministry of Justice registered the Party on July 16, 2012 – this is the first legal monarchist party in Russia since 1917. The program of the party proclaimed its purpose to be the establishment of constitutional monarchy in Russia “by peaceful, constitutional means, in compliance with generally accepted democratic procedures, in strict accordance with current legislation”. In 2013, the party took part in the elections of the mayor of Yekaterinburg. At the heart of the party – Bakov’s achievements of all previous years. He explained his vision of the situation and found a wide range of supporters.

Russian Empire – the predecessor of the Sovereign State of the Imperial Throne

In 2011, Anton Bakov started another project, “Russian Empire”. It is a proclaimed virtual country, federal constitutional monarchy, consisting of regions, which is positioned as the sole successor of the state founded by the Father of the Fatherland, All-Russian Emperor Peter the Great. “Russian Empire” as a discoverer claims several uninhabited areas, opened by the Russian Imperial Navy, and not included in the states that had seceded from the Empire (Finland, Poland and the former Soviet republics). This is Antarctica, and the atoll Suvorov in the Pacific Ocean (17 territories in total). Russian Empire has its own legislation and authorities and issues passports to its citizens (subjects). Russian Empire, the state-project was a certain stage of becoming a full-fledged monarchy, an idea which Bakov had been preparing for a long time. In this project were perfected many functions and laws that were used later. At the same, time there was a process of studying of the House of Romanov and search of the heir of Russian Imperial Throne. A giant research work was done.
In June 2013 the Monarchist Party announced having acquired the imperial heir to the Russian Throne – he was a descendant of Emperor Alexander II, Prince Nikolai K. Blood (Prince Karl Emich Nikolaus Leiningen), having adopted the Russian name after the transition from Lutheranism to Orthodoxy. This gave him the right to inherit the Throne, in accordance with the Basic Law of the Russian Empire. Nikolai Kirillovich was appointed regent of the “Russian Empire” and a member of the supervisory board of the Imperial palace fund. His birthday, June 12, coincided with the Day of Russia. Later this day was declared the day of the Emperor.

Sovereign State the Imperial Throne Golden Bull of Anton Bakov

In 2014 Bakov presented his book-study “Golden Bull. Russian monarchist revival plan “, which summarizes the evolution of political views of the Archchancellor. From a certain point of vew, it is a concentrate of ideas expressed in the description of the pedigree of Nicholas III. It reports the continuity of the Christian imperial throne of the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great and announces Nicholas Kirillovich the only current heir to the Throne. According to the findings of Anton Aleksevich, from the point of view of international law, by analogy with the state of the Holy See (Vatican City), this throne is the bearer of the sovereignty of the state regardless of the presence of other attributes, such as area and population. Nikolai Kirillovich with his own consent was declared Emperor Nicholas III, and on the grounds of his legal status the Sovereign State Imperial Throne was proclaimed. Anton Bakov sees this state as a basis for the consolidation of a single center of Christian monarchists globally. He also points out that in the past Karl Emikh “was an entrepreneur for a long time”, but now he “is on the Throne, and other activities are forbidden for him”. In order to “consolidate the patriots who maintained or gained loyalty to the Imperial Throne”, Bakov started the process of integration of the “Russian Empire”, the Monarchist Party and other related institutions around the State. Having been the Prime Minister in the “Russian Empire”, in the Sovereign Throne Anton Bakov was appointed as an archchancellor, which means the highest, the supreme chancellor. In an interview for “Channel 4” on June 2, 2014, Bakov announced the acquisition of a plot of land in Montenegro, near the town of Niksic; the site is supposed to become the main territory of the State and the Emperor’s residence. According to Bakov, the road infrastructure has already been created on this territory, it is expected to build a palace and a church, around which “will be located homes and offices.”

Activities of the Archchancellor of the Imperial Throne Anton Bakov.

In early 2015 Bakov suggested establishing an offshore zone on the basis of the Montenegrin plot, designed to serve the interests of Russian business in the conditions of anti-Russian sanctions. Other projects of the Archchancellor are aimed at creating other possibilities of the use of this land. For example, Anton Bakov has announced the negotiations for the cooperation with the authorities of neighboring Macedonia – in particular, he has met with the Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski. During the constructive dialogue at the highest level between the two leaders of states, a framework of the agreement to expand investment of the Imperial throne to the economy of the Republic of Macedonia was signed. In addition, negotiations with the Montenegrin and Macedonian priesthoods are in progress. Bakov also informed about the discussions with the Montenegrin authorities concerning the recognition of the State and plans to join the United Nations, and pointed out that the acquisition of Montenegro’s independence in 1878 which was due to the actions of Alexander II, the great-great-great-grandfather of Nicolas III. So, on 3 and 7 April 2015, a draft of the law on nobility was being considered, changes were made to the government, as well as to the Imperial protocol and the contents of the Imperial Court.
On July 5, 2013 Bakov announced granting citizenship of the Russian Empire to the famous American dissident Edward Snowden, who had previously been revoked the US passport and in that period was trying to get political asylum.

Ekaterinburg Senate.

Shortly after the elections of the mayor of Ekaterinburg in 2013, Anton Bakov, together with the Chairman of the Council of Entrepreneurs under the head of Yekaterinburg Maxim Spassky, suggested establishing in Yekaterinburg a public advisory body called the Senate. It is positioned as “an alternative to the City Duma,” but with the difference that it “will not be able to dispose of the city budget”. The Senate will initiate broad public discussions of issues relevant to the city, the results of which will be suggested to the City Duma. According to the authors of the project, the City Duma of Yekaterinburg in the current state is engaged mainly “in dividing the budget”, and “no deputy today is not able to influence the distribution of funds according to budget – it is made by the city administration”. According to Bakov “in the Duma today there is no public – there are only passive participants of the voting, not acting for the most part on their own”. “We will do an independent audit of the city budget, and we will really develop the city”, – said Bakov. The Senate invited to Vladimir Shakhrin, Alexei Ivanov and “representatives of the parties, who do not fall in Parliament”.
The following year there were 6 sessions of the Senate, which addresses a number of socially important projects, primarily infrastructural. Official correspondence was conducted with the city and regional authorities. By the 5th session the city authorities decided to stop using anti-ice mixture, which the invited experts recognized as harmful. Bakov announced plans to create similar Senates in other cities of Russia, as well as the upcoming extrapolation of the work of Senate to the Urals Federal District and the Imperial Throne. In the future, Bakov proposed to use an “inverted” scheme of the bicameral parliament for Russia: to make elective what is now called the Council of the Federation, and what is now called the State Duma – to appoint. Thus, according to Bakov, laws in the lower chamber will be elaborated by appointed professionals, and accepted or rejected by elected senators, who collectively and on behalf of the people will be able to assess the usefulness of the introduced initiatives and publicly counter possible acts of sabotage

Hobbies of Anton bakov.

The Archchancellor of the Imperial throne Anton Bakov has led an active life since his student years. Craving for active recreation, conquering peaks and the unknown have became a reflection of his professional activity. Bakov has became a professional traveler and one of the first Russians to visit Tibet, Eritrea and other exotic places on the planet. He takes part in environmental projects, funds the restoration of the number of huchos in the rivers of Northern Urals. He organizes rallies and other political actions in defense of the forests and lakes of the Urals, fights against the dumping of nuclear waste in Russia. In addition, he is interested in oceanography, and is opposed to pollution of the oceans, and is for the preservation of the natural heritage of our planet.
Anton Alekseevich for many years has been engaged in science, has a master’s degree.
Anton Bakov works with online media and political social networks, in particular to mobilize the population to fight against corruption. This is due to the desire to form, educate and improve the lives of ordinary people in the city of Yekaterinburg, Sverdlovsk region, and Russia

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