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What a coincidence.
Vladimir Putin is a machine programmed to kill, and at the moment the Russian president is suffering from a mental illness called "end of the world syndrome".
Vladimir Putin is now, in terms of his existence, at the end of his manhood and crossed by the urge to die.
And Hitler was in this very mental state in the spring of 1945 - "the syndrome of the end of the world." That is, "I perish, but let the whole world perish with me, including the German people," which Hitler did not consider worthy of him then. But Hitler did not have the atomic bomb at his disposal. Exactly the same syndrome is manifested in Putin, when he said "we are ready for anything." This means even for a nuclear confrontation, in which, eventually, the Russian people will be exterminated in a proportion that we cannot discuss here.
Before attacking Ukraine, Vladimir Putin occupied Russia. Before terrorizing Europe, Vladimir Putin terrorizes Russia. There, he set up a mechanism to repress, crush any opposition, any civil movements. As soon as someone tries to raise his head, he is arrested, imprisoned, killed, poisoned with various substances, as the case may be.
We see the same thing now. The Russians take to the streets in so many places to protest against this war that they do not want, and they are cruelly beaten, killed, arrested by Putin's Stalin-worthy political police.
1.Hitler and Putin
"The Russian population is beginning to feel a certain tiredness due to the atmosphere of continuous confrontation. The anti-war party is completely inaudible in a country where critical voices are being repressed or pushed into exile. "
Surveys are probably impossible in a state where everyone is afraid, in a country without opposition and without independent media. In 2014 and 2015, when Putin annexed Crimea, there were some popular manifestations of enthusiasm, but now, according to Benoit Vitkine, the Russian population is infinitely more restrained. However, it seems that the Russians' second concern has now become war, according to various opinion polls. Many Russians are probably worried when they are told every day that the West wants to destroy Russia, but they have nothing to do.
This type of propaganda also existed in the Soviet era, especially in the years before Gorbachev came to power. Historians of the time say that KGB leaders then ordered a secret investigation abroad to try to better understand the intentions of the capitalist world in relation to the USSR. And the result of the investigation seems to have caused astonishment among the gray eminences of the secret services, such as Yuri Andropov. They found that the average Westerner wanted nothing more than to live as well as possible, and that for him the ideological conflict with the Soviet Union simply did not exist.
3.Putin’s real fear
4.Living next to Russia
Ordinary Russians, in fact, do not want to live better, in the Western style, if they could, but they are still marked by the disaster after the fall of communism when, for ten years, freedom rhymed. with poverty, humiliation, insecurity, downgrading, unprecedented corruption, abysmal social inequalities, the emergence of a class of oligarchs enriched by theft…
Ukrainians love freedom in the first place, even at the cost of chaos, and the Russians love order in the first place, even at the cost of losing their freedom. This is how some historians characterize, in one sentence, the two peoples now on the verge of a major historical rupture. This means, unfortunately, that the Russians have become accustomed again to life without freedom, a type of existence that they have known very little about during their history. There will probably be dissenting voices among intellectuals from time to time, as Solzhenitsyn once did. But in the state apparatus, in that of the army and the secret services, blind obedience reigns, as in Stalin's time.
But the Russians are accustomed to suffer in silence, to the abyssal depths, and to consider themselves crucified between Asia and Europe, unable to enjoy the immensity of their territory. The literature of many Russian writers, and I only name Dostoevsky, captures these astonishing dilemmas and contradictions of the Russian people. He is able to drown his bitterness in the illusion of imperial greatness and to forgive tyrants for all crimes and persecutions when Westerners tremble with fear at Moscow.
5.All about Putin
8.Putin is not equal with Russia
10.Change my mind
11.Putin wants a war with Ukraine
20.Pray for Ukraine and the whole world
21.Therapy is needed
23.All Russian leaders will pay
24.The return of history
26.Just kill yourself..
27.Gifts by Putin
28.That be great
29.The world be like
32.Making a wish..
34.Everything is solved
35.All lives matter
36.Just be normal
40.Here we go again
41.That wasn’t me
43.What it would be
45.Nothing to see here
48.Putin be like