Putin Seemingly Becoming Unhinged Over Ukraine Frustrations

Is Vladimir Putin becoming completely unhinged over Ukraine and his army’s failure to capture the city quickly?

Recent statements by Putin have a lot of people asking that very question.

Putin is now arresting generals and talking about “self-purification,” which is making people very nervous.

He’s Losing It

On Thursday, reports broke that Putin had ordered the Deputy Chief of Russia’s National Guard detained.

Russian Gen. Roman Gavrilov of Rosgvardia was reportedly being held by the Russian FSB.

Official reports have not been made, but sources stated that he had been detained for “leaks of military info that led to loss of life” and/or “wasteful squandering of fuel.”

This is more of Putin looking to point fingers.

However, that was nothing compared to a recent statement made by Putin.

On Wednesday, Putin stated, “The Russian people will always be able to distinguish true patriots from scum and traitors and simply spit them out like a fly that accidentally flew into their mouths.

“I am convinced that such a natural and necessary self-purification of society will only strengthen our country, our solidarity, cohesion and readiness to respond to any challenges.”

Those words are eerily reminiscent of Hitler.

Considering the known targeting of civilians, it has many believing that Putin has gone off the deep end, extremely desperate to end this war, even if it means genocide.

We have already seen reports of Russian citizens turning against Putin, and there have been whispers of his own military questioning the true purpose of this war.

The question now is how long can NATO countries sit by and do nothing? When does someone say “enough” and try to take Putin out?

Source: Fox News


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