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Putin’s Invasion Of Ukraine: A Succession Of Hubris, Misinformation And Misinterpretation
NEW YORK (RichTVX.com) — Arrogance is not the worst of it for the West as it charges forward in the cause of instant democracy. That honor falls to the category of hubris, buttressed by ignorance. Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine has galvanized NATO and global partners, but the U.S. policy during the Russo-Ukrainian war will succeed largely because it resonates with the mainstream aspirations of more than 43 million Ukrainian people to expel the Russian invader. This Rich TVX News Network bulletin is about geopolitics, a dictator at war with Ukraine, and the conflict that sums up an era of change. An example of the contempt, which often comes with hubris, Putin’s forces have hit a Red Cross building in Mariupol in one of the worst war crimes so far. His forces have encircled Mariupol in and their steady and indiscriminate bombardment has killed at least 5,000 people, but possibly as many as 10,000, according to Ukrainian sources. The purpose of this bulletin is not to please the mainstream, which will certainly go on hating the Russians to the end of their days. Nor is its purpose to please those to whom any criticism of the Kremlin is tainted with treason. What follows is, instead, an attempt—doomed to partial failure, since a part of any man always remains hidden—to see through the cardboard figure to the human being underneath and the hidden aspects of geopolitics. Although Vladimir V. Putin´s official biography is sketchy, far more is known about him than about most of the shadowy Kremlin henchmen. Putin is still the great unknown. He has been president of Russia since 2000, most of whose working life has been spent on active service for the KGB. Does his heart lie in the paranoid, ruthless old world of the cold-war Soviet security services? There is evidence for that. Putin’s career is almost a model case of a dictator succumbing to hubristic syndrome. However, Putin made some bad decisions during his term. They overshadowed the good he had done. Apart from this, though, the Kremlin is as awash with conspiracy theories about the war in Ukraine as ever. Vladimir Putin is being misled by his advisers about the course of the war in Ukraine and the consequences of Western sanctions. Putin imbibed that hubris.
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Putin’s Hubris After The Invasion Of Ukraine
The Kremlin has undertaken an enormously ambitious program to invade Ukraine and overthrow Volodymyr Zelensky, who has gained worldwide recognition as the wartime leader of Ukraine during the Russian invasion. That was a massive strategic mistake by the Kremlin from the start. Putin is being misinformed by his advisers about the poor performance of Russia’s military and how severely sanctions are crippling Russia’s economy. It appears that the Russians are, at least for the moment, not pursuing a ground offensive towards Kyiv — because the Ukrainians were able to chase the Russians away. Putin was socially isolated for a long time during the COVID-19 pandemic. Putin lived in this imaginary past. At some point Putin really believed the NWO Cabal propaganda; the regime in the capital of Ukraine was believed to be essentially an American puppet government. An important point is that Putin’s entire presidency has always been about revanchism. It is about restoring the Russian Federation to its rightful place among the great powers of the world. Vladimir V. Putin of Russia is committed to a particular vision of history, which is an idealized vision of history. It is the eternal Russian nation fully mobilized and fighting against the eternal forces of evil who always threaten the Russian borders. The war in Ukraine itself is raging solely because of massive misjudgments and the behavior of Vladimir Putin, that has to be emphasized again. Of course, if we want to tell the story of how we got here, we have to talk about the co-creation of the crisis. Today’s Vladimir Putin has been honed through interactions with NATO over the past 23 years. Putin’s upset, Putin drewred lines that NATO neither accepted nor respected. The Kremlin operates out of a massive distrust of the USA and NATO. Putin believes that they always want to humiliate and undermine Russia. When you watch the fake, ever-untrustworthy, treacherous globalist mainstream media, it’s alike you watch a bunch of children playing games. They have no idea that Putin will try to conquer the whole Europe, and then will go straight for world-domination. Ancient civilization called this hubris and they knew that the gods, whom we might refer to as demons, do not stand for it. They demand humility. There is a heavenly Russia, the doors to that Russia have been forever closed to Vladimir Putin.
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Hubris (/ˈhjuːbrɪs/; from Ancient Greek ὕβρις (húbris) ‘pride, insolence, outrage’), or less frequently hybris (/ˈhaɪbrɪs/), describes a personality quality of extreme or excessive pride or dangerous overconfidence, often in combination with (or synonymous with) arrogance. The term arrogance comes from the Latin adrogare, meaning “to feel that one has a right to demand certain attitudes and behaviors from other people”. To arrogate means “to claim or seize without justification… To make undue claims to having”, or “to claim or seize without right… to ascribe or attribute without reason”. The term pretension is also associated with the term hubris, but is not synonymous with it. According to studies, hubris, arrogance, and pretension are related to the need for victory (even if it does not always mean winning) instead of reconciliation, which “friendly” groups might promote. Hubris is usually perceived as a characteristic of an individual rather than a group, although the group the offender belongs to may suffer collateral consequences from wrongful acts. Hubris often indicates a loss of contact with reality and an overestimation of one’s own competence, accomplishments or capabilities. The adjectival form of the noun hubris/hybris is hubristic/hybristic. The term hubris originated in Ancient Greek, where it had several different meanings depending on the context. In legal usage, it meant assault or sexual crimes and theft of public property, and in religious usage it meant transgression against a god.
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