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Email leak: FSB is said to classify Putin as "narcissistic".

2022-11-26T22:26:32.623Z

Email leak: FSB to classify Putin as "narcissistic". Created: 11/26/2022, 11:15 p.m By: Nicholas Kirk FSB chief Nikolai Patrushev and Vladimir Putin meet Shigeru Kitamura, Secretary General of Japan's National Security Council. (Archive) © IMAGO / ITAR-TASS The US magazine "Newsweek" refers to an e-mail it has received. It is intended to offer conclusions about the relationship between Putin a



Email leak: FSB to classify Putin as "narcissistic".

Created: 11/26/2022, 11:15 p.m

By: Nicholas Kirk

FSB chief Nikolai Patrushev and Vladimir Putin meet Shigeru Kitamura, Secretary General of Japan's National Security Council.

(Archive) © IMAGO / ITAR-TASS

The US magazine "Newsweek" refers to an e-mail it has received.

It is intended to offer conclusions about the relationship between Putin and the FSB.

MOSCOW – The US weekly

Newsweek

has published an article reporting an email leak that reveals the relationship between Russian President Vladimir Putin, who has been exposed twice by allies in a short space of time, and Russia's domestic intelligence service FSB allows.

The corresponding e-mail would be available to the editors.

This is reported by fr.de.

The March email of this year paints a picture of how the Russian leader is seen by some FSB officials.

This is the second e-mail the author, who describes himself as the “Wind of Change”, has sent to human rights activist Vladimir Osechkin.

Osechkin, who runs the website Gulagu.net, lives in exile in France.

E-mail leak: Correspondence from the FSB should be evaluated regularly

The FSB agent "Wind of Change" regularly writes to Osechkin to report dissatisfaction within the service over the Russian-led war in Ukraine.

A research group called the Wind of Change Research Group, based in Washington (USA), translated the correspondence from Russian into English before

handing over the contents to

Newsweek .

Christo Grozev, an FSB expert, also showed the emails received to an active and an inactive FSB contact to ensure the authenticity of the letter.

They "had no doubt that it was written by a colleague (from the FSB)".

Newsweek

quotes the content of the email

as follows: “Here is the picture in relation to Putin and the FSB.

On the one hand he is supported and respected, but if you dig a little deeper, it's a collective sense of 'image' that also allows the FSB to maintain its power.” This is “an unforgettable rule” in the FSB.

"For most, this rule even seems quite natural and taken for granted - to criticize Putin's image is to betray one's own interests."

E-mail leak: Conclusions should come from hypothetical secret service profile

According to Newsweek

, "The Wind of Change" states

that although it has no personal contact with the Russian President, it draws the following conclusions from a hypothetical "situation profile".

He has "narcissistic disorders" that are "possibly due to complexes in childhood and methods to overcome them".

The informant goes on to say that Putin's "shielding of family life" was analyzed.

“No information about his parents, secrecy about his children and his own life.

This requires psychological compensatory mechanisms in search of close relationships”.

(nki)

In another case, the magazine reported on alleged plans to attack Japan.

Source: merkur

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