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Putin's mental health under question

Publication time: 13 August 2013, 01:59

A Russian opposition website, The Herald of Civil Society, published an article that expresses concerns about the mental health of Putin, the ringleader of the KGB junta ruling Russia. The article specifically states:

"In one of the biggest countries of the world, the national leader of regress established a vertical of power, which paralyzes all ties and public relations.

 

Russian economy is ten years long in a dead end, and the rulers issue ridiculous orders and carry out actions that are incompatible with the mind of a normal person.

The power system has reached the degree of decomposition, since its operation is only possible in an openly bandit form. And Putin has moved to repressions, hoping to suppress by the fear and violence the struggle of the opposition for a normal life.

 

Putin's parliament takes punitive laws, Putin signs them immediately, giving rise to a flurry of questions and doubts about the mental adequacy of his government. Has the Kremlin dwarf got crazy? There are lots of questions and articles that testify that his madness continues.

Here are some genuine statements on the subject:

A human rights activist: The power got mad and wants to return completely to the Soviet environment.

A reporter: The country rapidly turns into a madhouse.

An actress: Putin does not understand what he does. In my opinion, he went crazy.

A head of an NGO: Putin, I think you're sick with spy mania.

An editor: The country is invaded by sick people.

Moscow correspondent of Washington Post: There is a feeling, and it is often expressed, that the country is run by idiots.

A politician: Putin has gone mad, it's more or less obvious.

Such judgments can be quoted indefinitely. All the news from Russia are the news from the field of psychiatry".

It is to be recalled that even such a distant from Russia person, like Obama, who had only a few meetings with Putin, has got an impression that Putin is a moron, who can be compared with the mentally retarded kid, always bored in back of a classroom because he simply does not understand lessons. In response, Putin was forced to remain silent, that is, to agree with Obama, since he is well aware about his serious mental illness.

A characteristic feature of Putin's disease, among other things, is his tearfulness, publicly manifested at a dummy pro-Putin demonstration in early March 2012, when he suddenly realized that his KGB gang succeeded in rigging the "election" and he again became "the president". Realizing this, Putin started to cry like a kid mentioned by Obama.

 

Department of Monitoring

Kavkaz Center



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